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Fuel tank finished in black, with new graphics looks more appealing.
Black front cowl is now common across all Pulsar shades, looks smart.
The Pulsar 150 comes with slightly stepped single saddle for the rider and pillion.
The four-stroke, DTS-i, air-cooled and single-cylinder engine produces 14.84bhp of peak power.
The rear gets a Pulsar typical tail section that looks sharp.
The refreshed analogue cum digital instruments cluster is easily legible.
The five-speed gearbox shifts in the one-down four-up pattern via a heel and toe shifter.
Switchgear quality on offer is good.
Silver colored grab rail is replaced by an alloy grab rail finished in black.
Disc brake upfront is provided for efficient braking.
The broad rear view mirrors provide good visibility.
The gas charged shock absorbers offer five stage adjustment.
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