What is the difference between Pulsar 150 and Pulsar AS 150?
Following are the differences between both bikes:
Pulsar 150 is powered 149cc 4-stroke, DTS-i, air cooled, single cylinder which produces maximum power of 15.06 @ 9000 (Ps @ RPM) and maximum torque of 12.5 @ 6500 (Nm @ RPM)
Pulsar AS 150 is powered by 149cc Twin spark 4- valve DTS-i engine which produces maximum power of 17 @ 9500 and maximum torque of 13 @ 7000
L×W×H of Pulsar 150 is 2055mm×755mm×1060mm, ground clearance is 165mm, wheelbase is 1320mm and kerb weight is 144 kgs.
L×W×H of Pulsar AS 150 is 2070mm×804mm×1205mm, ground clearance is 170mm, wheel base is 1363mm and kerb weight is 143 kgs.
Pulsar 150 is featured with tube tyres while Pulsar AS 150 is featured with tubeless tyres.
Other differences are that Pulsar AS is featured with trip-meter, low battery indicator, stepped seat, kill switch and clock while Pulsar 150 doesn’t have these features.
Questions about Bajaj Pulsar
Will Bajaj launch 400cc and 200cc models of Pulsar Cruiser Sports this year? Should I wait for CS 200 or buy AS200?Lalith 2016-07-08 1 Answer
Turn indicators of my Bajaj Pulsar doesn’t switch off itself, after I take turn they keep on glowing and didn’t go off?saurav rathore 2016-06-28 1 Answer