Pulsar range gets new decals

Now with new graphics

Bajaj Auto has launched an updated version of its Pulsar.

The new Pulsar which was earlier available only in a solid colour, now gets trendy graphics that helps enhance its styling. The new graphics are available on the Pulsar 150, Pulsar 180 and Pulsar 220 and will replace the existing solid color versions

The new decals can be seen starting from the side cover that is located at the base of the fuel tank and it runs down the length upto the rear seat cowl. The faired Pulsar 220 has the two tone graphics extending smartly across its fairing.

The decals come in two colour variations, red with black and blue with black. In addition to the decals, the handle bar and rear grab rails are also black while the engine and side step holder sport a new moonlight silver color.

The refreshed Pulsar models are available in showrooms this month onwards. 

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