The technologically advanced 2024 Pulsar N150 and N160 have finally been released in the Indian market by Bajaj, following a successful unveiling last month. The two variants are available for purchase within the price range of Rs 1.18 lakh to Rs 1.33 lakh.
There are two varieties of the recently released Pulsar N150, with prices ranging from Rs 1.18 lakh to Rs 1.24 lakh. There are also two options for the N160. The top model is available for purchase for Rs 1.33 lakh, while the base form is priced at Rs 1.31 lakh.
Note that depending on the state and city, all of the prices listed are ex-showroom and may change somewhat.
In terms of advanced features, both motorcycles have powerful technology that lets riders blast through the throttle with abandon and get an adrenaline rush. The models get the standard style statement from the firm, which includes LED DRLs and an upgraded headlamp with a sleek taillight at the back.
These two-wheelers include telescopic forks up front and a monoshock down back to provide them more stability and comfort on rough terrain.
With two discs at each end, the recently released series ensures smooth stopping on a variety of surfaces. The N150 is only offered with single-channel ABS, but the N160 has dual-channel ABS.
Engine and Power
Regarding the engine and power, the business has made no internal modifications. This indicates that consumers would still be able to purchase a 149.6cc single-cylinder N150 engine, which has a maximum power output of 14 BHP and 13.5 Nm.
Regarding the N160, it makes use of the same powerful 165cc single-cylinder engine that produces a maximum output of 16 BHP and 14.65 Nm.
What makes N150 and N160 different from one another?
Technical specifications show that the Bajaj Pulsar N150 has an engine displacement of 149.68 cc and the Bajaj Pulsar N160 has an engine displacement of 164.82 cc. While the Bajaj Pulsar N160 is offered in three hues, the N150 is only available in two.
How much does the Pulsar NS160 2024 cost?
Cost: The estimated cost of the Bajaj Pulsar NS160 Single Channel ABS variant is Rs. 1,24,612. The Pulsar NS160 Dual Channel ABS is the other option, and it costs Rs. 1,37,577.
Has India launched the Pulsar N150?
Bajaj formally introduced the 2024 Pulsar N150 and N160 motorcycles in India a few days after they were unveiled. There are two versions of the Pulsar N150 and N160. The N150 base model costs Rs. 1.18 lakh, while the N160 base variant costs Rs. 1.31 lakh.two days prior.
What is the use of N150?
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