Firstly, the Bajaj Auto has launched the Pulsar 150 AS (Adventure Sport) in India. The bike gets a half fairing and extended visors, helping the Pulsar 150 AS do long distance journeys without tiring the rider. The company has skipped on body graphics and three colours are offered – black, blue and red. Bajaj Auto has shared the platform of the 200 NS on the 150 AS and thus it will offer a similar riding experience but will be more frugal due to the smaller engine
Underpinned by a perimeter frame and using a rear monoshock, the Pulsar 150 AS is powered by a 149.5cc, twin-spark, 4-valve, DTS-i engine. The air-cooled mill generates 17 PS of power at 9500 RPM and 13 Nm of torque at 7500 RPM which is easily class leading, making the Pulsar 150 AS the most powerful 150cc bike in the country today. The Pulsar 150 AS gets a 240 mm front disc while rear braking duties are taken care by a 130 mm drum. The motorcycle gets a first in segment projector headlight (55 W).
The Pulsar 150 AS runs on 80/100/17 front tyre and 110/80/17 rear tyre (tubeless). It has a 12-litre fuel tank and weighs 143 kgs. The ground clearance of the Pulsar 150 AS is 170 mm while the length. Bajaj Pulsar 150AS priced at an introductory Rs. 79,000/- (ex-showroom, Delhi)
Bajaj Pulsar 200AS
Expanding its Pulsar lineup, Bajaj Auto has also launched the Pulsar 200 AS (Adventure Sport) in India. The Pulsar 200 AS is positioned at youngsters who want practicality on weekdays and the fun factor on weekends. The company states that the Pulsar 200 AS has the “power to go any distance” and has 20-30% more power than competition. The wheelbase is the same as the 200 NS at 1363 m
The company has again skipped the body graphics. Powering the Pulsar 200 AS is a 199.5cc, single-cylinder, carbureted engine which employs triple spark plugs and produces 23.5 PS of power with 18.35 Nm of torque, paired to a 6-speed gearbox. It is underpinned by a perimeter frame and gets a projector headlight which is not present on any of its rivals. The front gets a large windscreen visor.
The Pulsar 200 AS gets front and rear disc brakes (280 mm at the front and 230 mm at the rear). There is no ABS on offer and only one variant is available, with three colours on offer – red, black and blue
The Adventure Sport also gets MRF tyres and has the same underbelly exhaust as the Pulsar Naked Sport. The 200 AS differs from the 150 AS by having a bigger engine with 3 spark plugs and liquid-cooling, better brakes and wider tyres (100/80/17 front and 130/70/17 rear). The weight of the Pulsar AS 200 is 153 kgs which is 10 kgs more than the AS 150 while the ground clearance is 167 mm. Pulsar 200 AS (Adventure Sport) in India priced at Rs. 91,500/- (ex-showroom, Delhi).
Pic *Courtesy - Motorbeam
Pic *Courtesy - Motorbeam
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