It's been beyond a year since Bajaj has incepted the testing operations for its Pulsar 150 NS in India after launching the bike in abroad. With the rigid plans of getting the new 150cc motorcycle in the Indian two-wheeler market soon, the brand continues its testing on the Mumbai-Pune highway. Resembled as the successor of the widely-known Pulsar 150 DTS-i, the said tourer will soon replace the highest selling commuter motorcycle in the country. The new video published on YouTube gives an intimation that before the launch, the bike will undergo its final leg of testing.
Based on the revamped variant of Pulsar 200NS, the new Bajaj Pulsar 150 NS gets the identical styling cues. In terms of power, the much-awaited beast borrows the 149cc, four-valve, air-cooled motor from the Pulsar AS150 giving the best-in-class output of 16.8 BHP and a maximum torque of 13NM. Other perceptible noteworthy bits include rear mono-shock suspension, a freshly designed semi-digital console accompanied by the other features of the ongoing Pulsar 150 DTS-i.
Undoubtedly, the global markets for Bajaj Pulsar 150 NS are reaching heights as the export figures have crossed the 20000 mark. With high hopes, it will certainly make an explosive entry in the Indian two-wheeler segment as well when gets launched. As per our concern, the delay in its launching is probably due to the high popularity of the Pulsar 150 DTS-i model, which is doing extremely well as of now in the relevant segment. So, may due its high vogue, Bajaj is not making any further move to distract the sales figures. Nevertheless, when the bike gets launched, it is surely going to lock the horns of the Yamaha FZ, the Suzuki Gixxer, the Hero Extreme Sports and the Honda CB Hornet 160R.