Bajaj Pulsar 150 DTSi Owner Reviews

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The Bajaj Pulsar 150 DTSi is one of the best-selling 150cc bikes in India, and not without reason. Powered by a 14.8 bhp 149cc single cylinder engine, the Pulsar 150 offers a good balance of performance and fuel efficiency, and is equipped with a multitude of features like the back-lit switchgear, self-cancelling indicators, digital speedometer console. All these factors have contributed significantly to the Pulsar 150's popularity.

 

 

 

 

Bajaj Pulsar 150 DTSi Overview

·         Engine Capacity – 149cc air-cooled single-cylinder, carburetor

·         Power – 14.8 bhp @ 9000 rpm

·         Torque – 12.5 Nm @ 6500 rpm

·         Transmission – 5-speed manual

·         Dimensions – 2055x755x1170mm (LxWxH), Weight 143 kgs

Price – Rs 67,643 (ex-showroom, Delhi)

 

We asked a few owners what they felt about their Pulsar 150s. Here’s what they had to say:

 

1. "Best Bike In India for Bikers

 By Avjith Mandatha

 Age: 19

 Gender: Male

 Occupation: Student

 Year of Purchase: 2012 

 Mileage Experienced: 50 - 55 kmpl

 Pros: Design, Mileage, Price

 Cons: Performance, Service

 What They Said:

 “I will say that Pulsar 150 is best bike in India for biker. Performance could have been better but when mileage is concerned it is perfect. Service is not so good..”

 Overall Rating: 4/5

Riding Experience: 1-3yrs

Primary usage: Long commutes 

(over 30kms/day)

Review based on: Ownership

 

 

2. "Perfect Combination of Looks, Performance, and Mileage

 By Goutham Raj

 Age: 22

 Gender: Male

 Occupation: Private Concern

 Year of Purchase: 2011  

 Mileage Experienced: 50kmpl

 Pros: Design, Performance, Price

 Cons: Braking and Occasional gear shifting Problems

 What They Said:

 “Great bike with sporty look coming with a very good price. This machine gives  unbelievable performance. Full value for money.”

 Overall Rating: 4/5

Riding Experience: 1-3yrs

Primary usage: Short commutes 

(under 30kms/day)

Review based on: Ownership

 

 

3. "Perfect Bike for Youth

 By Karthick R

 Age: 23

 Gender: Male

 Occupation: Private Concern

 Year of Purchase: 2011

 Mileage Experienced: 60kmpl

 Pros: Design, Mileage, Price

 Cons: Handling, Performance

 What They Said:

 “It’s a nice bike for Indian roads. And provides decent acceleration and mileage. I am getting mileage around 60 km/l.”

 Overall Rating: 4/5

Riding Experience: 1-3yrs

Primary usage: Short commutes 

(under  30kms/day)

Review based on: Ownership

 

 

4. "Pulsa(r)ting

 By Vijayendran M

 Age: 23

 Gender: Male

 Occupation: GET, Mahindra & Mahindra

 Year of Purchase: 2009 

 Mileage Experienced: 45kmpl

 Pros: Performance, Design, Mileage, Price, After-Sales Service, Ride Comfort

 Cons: Handling, Pillion Comfort

 What They Said:

 “Good early power but lacks top end power, too stressed engine. Mid corner Stability is poor. Ideal for casual city commuting and occasional highway rides.

 Overall Rating: 4/5

Riding Experience: 4-6yrs

Primary usage: Short commutes

(under  30kms/day)

Review based on: Ownership

 

 

5. "Dream Bike

 By Abhinav Dhiman

 Age: 20

 Gender: Male

 Occupation: Student

 Year of Purchase: 2010

 Mileage Experienced: 47kmpl

 Pros: Performance, Design, Mileage, Price, Braking, Ride Comfort

 Cons: Handling, After-sales Service

 What They Said:

 “After riding the Pulsar for almost 4 years, I m very satisfied with the performance of the bike, its good in every aspect(but not excellent),  it’s a economic bike old people can drive slow to get more mileage, young boys can race for performance, as I told its still gives 47km/l, and sometimes even crosses 50km/l when smoothly driven. Its value for money, u can use the bike daily for driving around 80km without any problem.  In city area, when traffic jam can be seen everywhere u can still expect ur bike to give a mileage of at least 45.”

 Overall Rating: 4/5

Riding Experience: 4-6yrs

Primary usage: Long commutes 

(over  30kms/day)

Review based on: Ownership

 

 

6. "Best 150cc bike in India

 By Dinesh R

 Age: 27

 Gender: Male

 Occupation: IT Field

 Year of Purchase: 2009

 Mileage Experienced: 55kmpl

 Pros: Performance, Design, Mileage, Price

 Cons: Handling, Ride Comfort

 What They Said:

 “Good bike for Indian roads and gives great pleasure while driving. The main advantage is its sporty aggressive styling and price. Fuel efficiency is best in market. Overall worth every penny spent on it.

 Overall Rating: 3/5

Riding Experience: 7-11yrs

Primary usage: Long commutes 

(over  30kms/day)

Review based on: Ownership

 

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