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83%
3.97 

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Rs. 90,000 (Ex-Showroom)

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Bajaj says “DTS-i gives high power without compromising on mileage.” and the bike lives upto this statement. Another great advantage of the


Digital Twin Spark ignition is the throttle responsiveness.


Definitely the throttle response is better than the CBZ.


It does give a good adrenaline rush when you twist the throttle.


When I had a ride on this bike, what I felt was a feeling of insecurity.


Eventhough the bike is heavy, I somehow felt that the bike is not as safe as the Karizma.


I cannot technically explain why it is so, but thats what I felt.


But the pickup is awesome. Karizma picks up in slow and steady pace and


maintains stability at high speeds, but Pulsar jumps off pretty fast.


Bajaj has generously provided Pulsar with good disc breaks, but the brakes


are too sensitive that it has to be applied carefully.


I have heard many people (Like me) applying the front discs too quick and


due to the type of weight distribution that the bike has, the bike topples over.


It is claimed that the Bajaj Pulsar 150cc gives a mileage of around 55 – 60 kmpl.


But it greatly depends on user riding quality, service quality and frequency of maintenancea and


from last two years its giving me constant milage in range of 5o -55 kmpl


Bajaj Pulsar was a great buy sometime ago, but right now considering the competition there are


better bikes around from Honda, TVS and Yamaha. People are already bored


seeing too many Pulsars in the city. It is time for Bajaj should launch a new 150cc model to its product line.


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