Bajaj Pulsar AS150, AS200 launched

    New Bajaj Pulsar AS150 and AS200 are members of the new Bajaj Adventure Sport series.

    Published On Apr 14, 2015 12:28:00 PM


    It’s not every day that Bajaj decides to unveil two new motorcycles in India. Bajaj’s two new launches are the Pulsar AS150 and Pulsar AS200. The two motorcycles were spotted by many, being tested on the Pune-Mumbai highway and were also snapped recently by us.

    Let’s take a look at what Bajaj offers on the new bikes now.

    Bajaj Pulsar AS150: The Bajaj Pulsar AS150 comes with a neatly styled front quarter fairing. This means that the AS150 will be equipped with a 149.5cc, four-stroke and air-cooled engine producing 16.8bhp at 9,000rpm, and a peak torque of 1.3kgm is produced at 7,500rpm. The new engine uses a twin spark technology, and uses a pair of valves each for intake and exhaust duties. The transparent front visor will offer wind deflection for a more relaxed commute at higher speeds. Here too, a 240mm single-disc brake is seen up front and a drum brake does duty at rear. The Pulsar AS150 has a 12 litre fuel tank. The AS150 is available in blue, black and red colour options and is priced at Rs 79,000 (ex-showroom, Delhi).

    Bajaj Pulsar AS200: Only seen before in spy images, the Bajaj Pulsar AS200 is now in its production-ready form. The Pulsar AS200 sports the same front quarter fairing as on the AS150, and is equipped with the same engine as the Bajaj Pulsar 200NS. This means Bajaj’s adventure sport motorcycle is powered by a 199.5cc, four-stroke, single-cylinder and liquid-cooled engine that produces 23.2bhp at 9,500rpm, and 1.86kgm of torque is produced at 8,000rpm. The engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox. Bajaj provides a 280mm disc brake up front, and a 240mm disc at rear. The Pulsar AS200 gets telescopic suspension up front and monoshock does duty at rear. The Pulsar AS200 has a 12 litre fuel tank and is available in red, black and blue colour schemes. The AS200 is priced at Rs 91,550 (ex-showroom, Delhi).

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