While we were on our way to shoot the Bajaj Dominar 400 Review, we spotted something amazing! Even though, our minds were occupied at the time, we were quick enough to spot it.
Yes, the title gives it away!
Bajaj Pulsar 150 Neon Edition was spotted out on the streets of Kathmandu. Interestingly, the motorcycle looked amazing in its Matt-Grey body with Yellow accents.
If you look at the pictures, the overall design seems new yet very familiar. And, you might be asking yourselves, “Where have I seen this before?”
Basically, the overall design aesthetics of Bajaj Pulsar Neon Edition has been carried over to the Bajaj Pulsar 125. Moreover, it comes with the classic Pulsar design, familiar DTS-I Engine along with its features.
Bajaj Pulsar 150 Neon Edition Overview
Expect the visual difference, everything else is pretty much the same.
Pulsar 150 TD is powered by a 149.5cc, single-cylinder, DTS-i engine. Moreover, it can generate a max power of 14PS at 8000rpm and max torque of 13.4Nm at 6000rpm. Furthermore, it is mated to a 5-speed gearbox with a 15-liter of massive fuel tank!
Likewise, it comes with telescopic front suspension and twin rear suspension. However, this one only comes with a front disc.
Interestingly, we didn’t see any included the single-channel ABS, which wasn’t all that surprising.
Other than that, everything else follows basic Bajaj Pulsar design.
Bajaj Pulsar 150 Neon Key Specifications
- Engine Displacement: 150cc
- Maximum Power: 14 Ps @ 8,000 rpm
- Maximum Torque: 13.40 Nm @ 6,000 rpm
- Mileage: 45-50 kmpl
- No. of Gears: 5
- Braking: Disc/Drum Combo
- Fuel Tank: 15L
- Curb Weight(kg): 144 kg
Bajaj Pulsar 150 Neon Price in Nepal: TBA
Will Bajaj Pulsar 150 Neon Edition Launch in Nepal?
I’m going to go both ways here. Surely, I do believe that Bajaj will bring the Neon Edition at some point in Nepal. However, I don’t believe that it is going to happen anytime soon.
Well, Bajaj is prepping up for the launch of Bajaj Pulsar 125 in Nepal. Given the many similarities Pulsar 150 Neon shares with the Pulsar 125, it might just create confusion for the general consumer.
If you compare both Pulsar 150 with Pulsar 125, you can see that the styling is pretty similar. Moreover, you can only distinguish between the two with the “125” and “150” cc badging. Other than that, you can’t really tell any difference, unless you take a test ride.
Usually, the general consumer chooses affordability over performance, which might leave Bajaj Pulsar 150 Neon into an abyss.
However, I don’t know that for sure. Although, I would exchange my old Pulsar 150 for the Neon Edition in a heartbeat! So, I do hope Bajaj launches the Neon Edition sometime in the future.