Bajaj Auto is famous for making comfortable and affordable bikes. People in India mostly prefer this brand of bikes because of the overall performance and features in a reasonable price range. The Bajaj Pulsar is the most famous model in India. It was very popular because of the combination of fantastic design, mileage and speed. The company has now launched a new model: Bajaj Pulsar 150 Neon. It has all the good features of the previous model with an upgrade in its look and power. The new Neon is very efficient and yields a decent mileage. With minimalistic design and looks, it is an apt bike for people of any age group. Neon is also known for its decent speed and power with good pickup.
The Bajaj Pulsar Neon is one of the most awaited bikes in the market. It has a two-valve, air-cooled, BSVI complaint DTS -I FI engine with a displacement of 149.5 cc. The powerful engine produces a maximum power of 8000 rpm and torque of 13.4nm.
It has telescopic front suspension with an anti-friction bush and a five-way adjustable Nitrox shock absorber at the back. The fuel tank of the bike has a capacity of 15 litres. The tyres installed are tubeless, both in the front and back.
Bajaj Pulsar 150 Neon mileage is around 50km/l *, which is very good compared to other bikes in the market. The dry weight of the bike is 148 KGs. The 150 CC motor is tuned to produce 13.8 bhp of peak power. The peak torque output of the motor is 13.25 Nm. Despite the performance-oriented engine and high dry weight, the bike has a mileage of 50 KMPL*.
The Bajaj Pulsar Neon price is INR 117,558 on road. It is the most affordable bike with all the features packed in it. The bike can be financed by paying a minimum down payment; the remaining price can be paid on monthly basis in form of EMI. The monthly EMI for the bike is only 11071 rupees but can vary according to the number of months selected and the down payment paid at the beginning of the purchase.
Bajaj Pulsar 150 Neon is not a sports bike but still provides decent power and speed to the riders. The top speed to which the bike can reach is 110 to 115 km per hour. This steady speed helps the bike to maintain good mileage and make the ride more efficient. It has good pick-up, which helps the rider to comfortable ride it on highways and expressways.
Bajaj offers the bike at an average ex-showroom price of Rs. 1, 16,118*. This is for the base variant. The top-spec variant is available with an average price tag of Rs. 1, 24,258*. Hence, applying for a bike loan is a wise move. All leading lenders offer attractive bike loan schemes for the Pulsar 150. To learn more, one should consult with their preferred lender as soon as possible.
Yes, one can buy a Pulsar 150 via 0 down payment loan. There is a catch though. 0 down payment loans entail hefty EMIs. Furthermore, the tenure will be short and the rate of interest will be high. To learn more, one should consult with their financial advisor. One can also get in touch with the spokesperson of their preferred lender.
Yes, the Bajaj Pulsar 150 Neon comes with a fuel-injected engine. Bajaj had to give the bike this upgrade as it allows the bike to comply with BS6 emission norms.
Both the Pulsar 125 and the Pulsar 150 have more or less the same looks and electro-mechanical specifications. In terms of pricing and mileage, the 125 Pulsar beats the 150 Pulsar. In terms of performance, the 150 CC Pulsar is better than the 125 CC Pulsar. Hence, labelling one as the ‘best’ over the other is a fool’s errand!.