Along with announcements of the naked version of the `Fastest Indian', Bajaj Auto has also launched a revised Pulsar 150 with some important upgrades that move the bike away from its commuter appeal and bring it bang into the league of the performers.
Visually, the bike remains more or less unchanged albeit one major rejig. The standard handlebars on the 150 have been ditched for sportier clip-ons. Given that the Pulsar 150 was the only bike in the Pulsar range to not have clip-ons; this move brings the bike into the league of its other siblings.
The bike has also received a power bump - the new engine now pumps out 15.06bhp, thanks to a larger 29mm venturi carburetor, a redesigned intake system and a retuned exhaust that may look like the old one, but helps the bike to pack a meaner punch. The revamped Pulsar 150 has been priced at Rs 60,020 (ex-showroom Delhi).