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MY24 Bajaj Pulsar 125, 150 & 220F launched in India with new features

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Bajaj Auto Ltd. has unveiled a suite of upgrades across its Pulsar range for 2024. The flagship update introduces a new variant of the Pulsar N160, while the Pulsar 125, 150, and 220F models significantly enhance connectivity and aesthetics.

Enhanced Pulsar 125, 150, and 220F

Bajaj has rolled out upgrades for the Pulsar 125, 150, and 220F models, bringing them up to speed with contemporary demands for connectivity and convenience.

The Pulsar 125 Carbon Fibre single and split seat variants now feature a fully digital Bluetooth-enabled console, offering riders real-time data and connectivity on the go. A USB charging port has been added to keep devices powered during rides. The updated models also sport new graphics, enhancing their visual appeal.

Similarly, the Pulsar 150 now offers these features in its single disc variant, while the Pulsar 220F comes standard with the digital console, USB charger, and refreshed graphics, catering to those who seek both performance and style.

The updated models are priced as follows (Ex-showroom Delhi):
Pulsar 125 Carbon Fibre Single Seat: INR 92,883
Pulsar 150 Single Disc: INR 1,13,696
Pulsar 220F: INR 1,41,024

New Pulsar N160

The Pulsar N160, a favorite among biking enthusiasts, now boasts a variant packed with advanced features aimed at improving precision and rider control. This new variant is equipped with Bluetooth-enabled turn-by-turn navigation integrated into a sophisticated digital console, ensuring riders stay connected and on course.

Visually, the new N160 is a standout with its updated aesthetic appeal, complemented by champagne gold 33mm USD forks. These forks not only enhance the bike’s sporty look but also contribute to superior handling and ride comfort.

One of the most notable additions is the introduction of ABS ride modes. Riders can now switch between Rain, Road, and Off-road modes, optimizing the ABS settings to match different riding conditions:

Road Mode: Standard setting for everyday commuting and highway cruising.
Rain Mode: Enhanced braking stability for wet and slippery surfaces.
Off-Road Mode: Improved control on uneven and rough terrains.

Priced at INR 1,39,693 (Ex-showroom Delhi), the new Pulsar N160 variant is powered by a robust 164.82cc oil-cooled engine, delivering 16 PS at 8750 rpm. Braking performance is ensured by disc brakes at both ends, complemented by dual-channel ABS.