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Bajaj Auto, the second largest manufacturer of motorcycles in India, has a legendary product to its name i.e; Bajaj Pulsar. Before the introduction of the Pulsar, the Indian motorcycle trend was towards fuel efficient and small capacity bikes. Since its introduction, people have started expecting high power and other features from inexpensive motorcycles. Definitely Bajaj Pulsar is a trustworthy name for all the bike enthusiasts. Currently the company offers five variants, with engine capacities of 135 cc, 150 cc, 180 cc, 200 cc, and 220 cc. Check out the comparison between the Pulsar infants – Bajaj Pulsar 135 DTSi and Bajaj Pulsar 150 DTSi.
Last updated on 22-03-2017
Let’s take a look at the table for Bajaj Pulsar 135 and Bajaj Pulsar 150 specifications:
|Bajaj Pulsar 135 DTSi||Bajaj Pulsar 150 DTSi|
|Engine||Engine type||4-Stroke, DTS-i, 4-Valve Single Cylinder, Air Cooled||4-Stroke, DTSi Engine, Air Cooled|
|Displacement||134.6 cc||149.0 cc|
|Power||13.5 bhp @ 9000 rpm||14.09 bhp @ 8500 rpm|
|Torque||11.4 Nm @ 7500 rpm||12.76 Nm @ 8500 rpm|
|Bore Value||54 mm||57 mm|
|Stroke Value||58.8 mm||56.4 mm|
|Ignition Value||Digital Twin Spark Ignition||CDI|
|Start System||Self / Kick||Kick / Electric|
|Top Speed||110 kmph||118 kmph|
|Fuel Zone||Fuel Type||Petrol||Petrol|
|Fuel capacity||8 Litres||15 Litres|
|Mileage||54 kmpl||50 kmpl|
|No. Of Gears||5||5|
|Gear Shift Pattern||1-Down 4-Up||1 Down 4 Up|
|Clutch Value||Wet Multiplate||Wet Multiplate|
|Measurements||Kerb weight||122 kg||143 kg|
|Wheelbase||1325 mm||1320 mm|
|Ground Clearance||170 mm||165 mm|
|Safety||Front Brakes||240mm Disc||240mm Disc|
|Rear Brakes||130 mm Drum||130mm Drum|
|Front Suspension||Telescopic, with anti-friction bush||Telescopic, with anti-friction bush|
|Rear Suspension||5 way adjustable Nitrox shock absorber||5 way adjustable Nitrox shock absorber|
|Tyres||Tyre Type||Tube-type Unidirectional||Tube-type|
|Tyre Size (Front)||1.4 X 17||2.75 x 17|
|Tyre Size (Rear)||2.15 X 17||100/90 x 17|
|Electricals||Battery||12 V Full DC||12 V Full DC|
|Head Lamp||35 / 35 W with 2 pilot lamps||35 / 35 W with 2 pilot lamps|
|Others||Colors||Cocktail Wine Red, Midnight Black, Plasma Blue||Cocktail Wine Red, Midnight Black, Plasma Blue|
The Bajaj Pulsar 135 is definitely a winner in its own segment, thanks to its price, designing and performance. Moreover, it can easily compete with any bike of 150cc segment. If you want stylish looks with great riding experience, this would be a great option to buy. However if you are happy to spend more bucks and want more out of your bike, the Pulsar 150 DTSi would be a nice possession. Its amazing features and performance will never let you down.
Bajaj Pulsar 135 – It has around 134.66 cc 4-valve single cylinder, DTS-i, 4-stroke air cooled engine, 11.4 @ 7500 (Nm @ RPM) maximum torque, 13.56 @ 9000 (Ps @ RPM) maximum power, Telescopic, with anti-friction bush front suspension, 240 mm ventilated front disc brake, stylish rear LED tail lamps, split rear grab rails, sporty split-seats, good ground clearance, with 8 liters fuel tank capacity. Bajaj Pulsar 135 avail in three colours i.e. Midnight Black, Cocktail Wine Red and Plasma Blue. It has around 55-60 kmpl mileage and available for around INR 63,491 (Ex-Showroom Price).
Bajaj Pulsar 150 – It has around 149cc 4-valve single cylinder, DTS-i, 4-stroke air cooled engine, 12.5 @ 6500 (Nm @ RPM) maximum torque, 15.06 @ 9000 (Ps @ RPM) maximum power, Telescopic, with anti-friction bush front suspension, 240 mm ventilated front disc brake, 17” alloy wheels with 8 liters fuel tank capacity. The Pulsar 150 is a delight to handle and a pleasure when riding in the city or out on the highway. Bajaj Pulsar 150 avail in four colours i.e. Pearl Metalic White, Ebony Black, Cocktail Wine Red and Sapphire Blue. It has around 65 Kmpl* mileage and available for around INR 70,693 (Ex-Showroom Price).