For India, the Bajaj Pulsar AS150 was a first-of-its-kind model. Bajaj recently made the audacious decision to stop producing the AS series for India. The motorcycle’s ability to accommodate travelling made it suitable for folks who enjoyed exploring new places. Recent maintenance performed by one of these owners revealed the motorcycle’s stunning side through its two tone finish. The rear mudguard was swapped out for the Pulsar NS200’s numberplate holder and rear tyre hugger. The front windscreen was also removed.
The motorcycle’s graphics and decals were completely chosen by the owner. The words “Need for Speed Most Wanted” can be seen on the decal that was applied to the tank scoops, which were painted white with orange highlights. White accents are added to the front, and the top seat panel, front fender, and side are all affected. Dual pinstripes are used to polish the alloy wheels on both sides. No alterations to the motorcycle’s frame were made in this modification; they are all entirely aesthetic. Venky Sambu from Hyderabad is the proud owner of this Pulsar AS150 that has been upgraded.
The 149.5 cc, single-cylinder engine of the Pulsar AS150 generates 13.0 Nm at 7,000 rpm and 16.8 BHP at 9,500 rpm. The engine has a 5-speed transmission with a top speed of 110 kmph, according to the manufacturer. It has an 807 mm seat height and weighs 143 kg in factory condition. Its main competitors in the Indian market are the Suzuki Gixxer SF, Yamaha Fazer, and all other 150 cc motorcycles. On the AS150, Bajaj uses both its twin spark and DTS-i technologies.