Pul­sar 150 Clas­sic Ar­rives in Show­rooms

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THE CLAS­SIC EDI­TION IS ES­SEN­TIALLY THE SAME BIKE AS THE EX­IST­ING Pul­sar 150 but does not sport a rear disc, split seat, or fuel-tank ex­ten­sions, and is only avail­able in black, and with­out any graph­ics. These changes have helped the Pul­sar 150 Clas­sic drop its ask­ing price by Rs 10,118; sit­ting well be­low the Pul­sar 150 twin-disc ver­sion. The over­all de­sign of the Clas­sic seems to be closer to the pre­vi­ous-gen­er­a­tion Ba­jaj Pul­sar 150 UG III that was launched back in 2006.

The Clas­sic edi­tion is iden­ti­cal to the stan­dard Pul­sar 150, and con­tin­ues to be pow­ered by a 149-cc dual-spark mo­tor, mated to a fivespeed gear­box. The sin­gle-cylin­der en­gine pro­duces 14 PS at 8,000 rpm and 13.4 Nm of torque at 6,000 rpm. Be­ing a lower-cost ver­sion of an ex­ist­ing model, rather than an all-new one, the Pul­sar 150 Clas­sic does not sport ABS, a fea­ture which, as it is, is not of­fered on any Pul­sar 150 model for now. To be­gin with, the Pul­sar 150 Clas­sic is only avail­able in se­lect re­gions.

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