After 20 years, Bajaj Auto has launched a brand new Pulsar 150 in the Indian market and it is called Pulsar P150. It’s the latest and most affordable next-generation Pulsar out there. Bajaj Auto has launched two versions of the Pulsar P150, single disc and dual disc, and there are many differences between the two versions. Here are all the differences between single and double disc variants.
Bajaj Pulsar P150 Single & Double Disc: Seats
The single-disk variant has a one-piece seat and one-piece armrest for more commuter appeal. The dual-disk variant gets a sportier look with a split seat setup, complete with split armrests.
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Bajaj Pulsar P150 Single vs. Dual: Cycling Ergonomics
The twin-disc variant has a more aggressive riding position compared to the single-disc variant. The twin disc version has clip-on handlebars and slightly set back pedals. Thus, the rider sits in a slightly hunched position. The single-disc variant has an integrated handlebar and mid-mounted pedals, so it gives the rider a more upright stance.
Bajaj Pulsar P150 Single vs. Dual Disc: Braking Hardware
The final difference between the two variants is the rear brake. As the name suggests, the twin-disc variant has a disc at the rear measuring 230mm, while the single-disc variant has a 130mm drum at the rear. The front discs are identical for both variants. It measures 260mm and the Bajaj only offers single-channel ABS, not dual-channel ABS.
Bajaj Pulsar P150 Single vs. Dual: Tire Sizes
The final difference between the two variants is tire size. The single disc version comes in tire sizes 80/100-17 and 100/90-17, while the twin disc version comes in 90/90-17 and 110/80-17. Interestingly, the outgoing Pulsar 150 Twin disc has a fatter rear tire size as it measures 120/80 17.
Bajaj Pulsar P150 Single vs Dual: Prices
Pulsar P150 single disc is priced at ¥117,000, while the double-disc variant costs ¥120,000 (all prices, ex-showroom Delhi). The color scheme remains the same for both variants.
First published date: December 16, 2022 at 13:37pm CST