Pulsar 150 Twin Disc Abs Price in Bangladesh 2022| Features, Review & Others
Nov 08, 2021

Pulsar 150 Twin Disc Abs Price in Bangladesh

Bajaj Pulsar 150 Twin Disc ABS is one of those relatively newer introductions that have the Pulsar’s rich history carrying its weight. The price of the Bajaj Pulsar 150 Twin Disc ABS in Bangladesh is also carrying that weight in quite the same fashion. We’ll discuss that in detail here. It already has gained significant traction for its features, looks, and weight of the name Bajaj carries. There’s a reason why people choose Bajaj over other brands. It took those years to create these fans, and they continue to impress us with new introductions and the reliability of the ones they introduced in the past.

Overview of Bajaj Auto

Bajaj Auto Limited is a part of the Bajaj Group, and it’s an Indian multinational two-wheeler and three-wheeler manufacturing company based in Pune, Maharashtra. Founded in 1945, the company is laden with 75 years of rich history.
It’s currently the world’s most valuable two-wheeler company after crossing a market capitalisation of US$13.6 billion in December 2020. Bajaj Auto was ranked at 1,416 in the Forbes Global 2000 list for the year 2012.


The Famed Bajaj Pulsar Series


Many people still talk about their nostalgia of seeing a Bajaj Pulsar years ago for the first time in their teens. It was one of the coolest bikes in the streets of Bangladesh, not to mention one of the fastest too.
But the times have changed wildly. Massive names like Honda and Yamaha have entered this market in quite an aggressive fashion. The likes of Aprilia, KTM aren’t far behind either. Even some Chinese bike brands are fighting for a place in this market. So, Bajaj has to fight with the big boys now and some budget ones to keep themselves visible in this hustle and bustle.
But Bajaj took the challenge head-on. They are challenging the top as well as the bottom in a similar fashion.
Bajaj Pulsar 150 Twin Disc ABS is their instrument for the fight. Let’s introduce you to the bike.


Bajaj Pulsar 150 Twin Disc ABS Key Specification

Bike Details

Brand Bajaj Motors
Model Pulsar 150 Twin Disc ABS
Category Sports Bike
CC Category 150 CC
Distributor in Bangladesh Uttara Motors Ltd.
Availability Pulsar 150 Twin Disc ABS in now available in Bangladesh*

*Availability depends on supply-demand and the decision of our Managerial body. For most recent info you can contact through this page. You can reach us by both phone & Email.


Engine & Transmission

Exact Displacement Figure 149.5 CC
Engine Type Four-stroke, Single cylinder, 2 valves
Maximum Power Output 13.8 PS @ 8000 RPM
Maximum Torque Output 13.4 Nm @ 6000 RPM
Number of Gears 5
Clutch Wet, Multi-Plate
Engine Cooling Air-Cooled
Fuel Supply Carburetor
Starting Method Electric Starter
Transmission Type Manual

Body Dimensions

Fuel Tank Capacity 15L
Ground Clearance 165mm
Total Height 1115 mm
Total Length 2035 mm
Total Width 765 mm
Kerb Weight 144 Kg
Wheelbase 1345 mm

Brakes, Wheels & Suspensions

Front Brake 260 mm Disc
Rear Brake 230 mm Disc
Brake Type Single Channel ABS
Front Suspension Telescopic Suspension with Anti-friction Bush
Rear Suspension Twin Suspension with Nitrox Mono Shock Absorber
Front Tyre 90/90 -17, 49 P
Rear Tyre 120/80-17, 61P
Tyre Type Tubeless
Wheel Type Alloy

Speed & Mileage

Mileage (Average) 45 km/l (Approx; test in controlled environment and factory conditions)
Top Speed 120 km/h (Approx; test in controlled environment and factory conditions)

Electronics

Battery 12V
Connection Type DC
Headlight 35W Bulb With 2 Pilot Lamps (Halogen)
Tail Light LED
Indicators Bulb

Features

Engine Kill Switch
Handle Type 3-Part Handle Bar
Fuel Gauge
Speedometer Digital
RPM Meter Analog
 Odometer Digital
 Pass Switch
 Seat type Split

Bajaj Pulsar150 Twin Disc ABS Review

The Pulsar 150 has been upgraded to the UG5 variant along with its name Pulsar 150 Twin Disc ABS to meet popular demand. The Pulsar name, to be honest, is nothing to be introduced to the young and old Bangladeshis alike. If you are a Bangladeshi biker or even a subcontinental one, you must be familiar with the name. But the rest of the name, although it sounds technical. It is just there to highlight the variant of the model.
The Indian automobile giant Bajaj has recently updated the 150cc Pulsar with new body parts. The 150cc Pulsar is in its own league, at least here in the subcontinent. Bajaj can claim that the Pulsar series is “India’s No.1 Sports Bike.”, partly thanks to the 150cc Pulsars of past and present.
As stated earlier, it was launched back in 2001 to meet the demands of the millennials. Performance, reliability, ease of upgrade and maintenance, and high resell value have kept the Pulsars on the top of the shopping lists when millennials buy a bike. Nothing is perfect. But we can emulate perfection and try to get close to it. Pulsars did that and are still doing it. That’s why it wouldn’t be an exaggeration if we say that the new Pulsar 150 Twin Disc ABS is a perfect package, just like its brothers in the past. The Pulsar series saw a major revamp of its models in 2017. The entire Pulsar lineup, along with the 150cc category, received BSIV compliant engines. The Pulsar 150 received some mechanical changes to conform to BSIV norms. They also received features like AHO (Always Headlamp On), a new Laser Edge colour scheme. The digital display received more contemporary graphics and a Blue back light instead of the previously Orange back light. The Pulsar 150 received mechanical changes to conform to BS4 norms.
The new Bajaj Pulsar 150 Twin Disc ABS comes in the form of the UG5 variant. It has been updated with even more upgrades. Thanks to the timeless style, you will quickly identify and distinguish it as a Pulsar.


Design & Looks

The design and looks of any vehicle are subject to an individual’s taste. For example, you may like the design of the McLaren P1, but many people also said that the design looks like a simulation from a computer programme. But with how the Pulsar series literally paved the bike craze in Bangladesh, it’s safe to assume that that is not the case here.
The new Bajaj Pulsar 150 Twin Disc ABS looks even modern with aggressive looks. If you liked Pulsars before, you will indeed like this one even better.


Body Dimensions

Length, Width & Height: The overall length of the Pulsar 150 Twin Disc ABS is 2.035 meters, the width being 0.765 meters, and the height is 1.115 meters. Very standard dimension for a subcontinental rider. The ground clearance is at 0.165 meters. Plenty of ground clearance for Bangladeshi roads. You’ll have no issue riding in the countryside as well.
Wheelbase, Weight and Fuel Tank: The wheelbase of the new Pulsar 150 Twin Disc is 1.345 meters. Ample room for some really aggressive riding, and yet it will be stable, giving you the confidence to speed on. The 15-litre fuel tank feeds this beast, with very impressive mileage for its class. The weight is 144kg. If you ever try one, you’ll see that it’s a very balanced bike.


Engine & Transmission

Engine: Bajaj Pulsar 150 Twin Disc carries a 149.5cc, 4-Stroke, single-cylinder, 2-valve, Twin spark DTS-i engine complying with BSIV emission standards. DTSi stands for Digital Twin Spark Ignition, a trademark of Bajaj Auto. Bajaj Auto holds an Indian patent for its DTSi technology.
This 150 cc engine tops out at 14 PS at 8000 RPM, and the torque tops out at 13.4 Nm at 6000 RPM. In case you’re wondering, PS stands for Pferdestarke, i.e. German Horsepower. 1 Ps equals 0.98362 Bhp. If you want the engine specs in Bhp form, a simple math will do the trick for you.
You’ll love the gun-metal colour of the BSIV engine. The bike also features a new wider and throaty exhaust muffler.
Transmission: Transferring the whole engine’s power to the wheels is a 5-speed Transmission. The clutch system is a wet multi-plate operated by a toe-hill shifter.


Suspension, Brakes & Wheels

Suspension: The bike has a dual telescopic system upfront with an anti-friction bush and a set of Nitrox shock absorbers at the rear. The shock absorbers are 5-way adjustable. They are dependable and will provide comfortable riding, even on very long rides.
Brakes: This new version of the Pulsar now comes with a disc brake at the rear wheel and a bigger one in the front. The front brake is a 260 mm Disc. The rear brake is a 230mm Drum. The much-needed safety feature, the Anti-lock Braking System or ABS, is present. It will give you confidence that even in the hectic of situations, you’ll be able to entirely put a stop to the bike swiftly without skidding or losing control.
Wheels: Both the wheels have tubeless tyres. The front one is a 90/90-17 tyre, and the rear is a 120/80-17 tyre. These tyres give the bike better performance as well as avoid sudden deflation. Both of the wheels feature 6-spoke alloy wheels.


Mileage

The Bajaj Pulsar 150 Twin Disc ABS features an impressive engine. In our controlled test, it regularly hit the 45 km/l range, which is very impressive, given that a carburettor feeds the bike’s engine. This gives us an indication of the expertise that Bajaj’s engineers bring to the table. The efficiency will ensure that your engine lasts longer than you would expect it to, with very few issues if you take good care of it. City conditions will bring down the milage by a bit, but it’s so slight that it is negligible.


Instrument Panel & Features

The instrumental cluster on the Pulsar 150 Twin Disc ABS is semi-digital. An analogue system runs the tachometer. However, the odometer, speedometer, and the fuel gauge- all are digital.
List of other notable features:
• Automatic Headlight On (AHO) system.
• Stripes in the iconic alloy wheels. Adding to its more aggressive looks.
• New colour for the backlit switchgear. This will be very handy at night time.
• New blue instrument cluster backlight colour. It was previously orange. This is subjective, though. But most people seem to like the blue one better.
• Split seat, making it a more comfortable bike not just for the rider but also the pillion. The split seat will also hug the pillion and prevent them from sliding forward each time the brakes are engaged


Colour Options

To be perfectly honest, the bike looks gorgeous in any colour. But, it’s totally understandable that people may have their preferences. So Bajaj has made two colours of this bike available in Bangladesh-
1. Black Blue
2. Black Red


Why People Buy the Pulsar 150 Twin Disc ABS?

The primary demographic of the Bajaj Pulsar 150 Twin Disc ABS is the young generation who grew up dreaming of buying a Pulsar one day. Yet, the bike is more than suitable for our older generations too, thanks to the bike’s power, reliability and added safety features. City riding is very much doable on this motorcycle. Many middle-aged users have expressed their satisfaction in using this bike daily for commuting and inter-city riding.
At highway speeds, this motorcycle is equally suitable for Bangladeshi roads. Of course, the story would change if it were another country, but let’s be honest here: other countries haven’t set a ridiculous CC limit either. Bajaj has to work with what they have, not what they can. Inter-city rides will also be enjoyable thanks to the Pulsar 150 Twin Disc ABS’ comfortable seating arrangement for both the rider and the pillion. The newer braking system will make the bike even safer now.


Where to Buy From

Uttara Motors Ltd. is the main distributor of Bajaj in Bangladesh. There are many Bajaj dealers available here. As of the time of this writing, there are 312 dealers nationwide in Bangladesh. You can find a store near you using Bajaj Bangladesh’s official website. You can contact them directly via your cellphone or you can also fill in a form on their website and a representative will get in touch with you.


Pulsar 150 Twin Disc Abs Price in Bangladesh

The current price of the Pulsar 150 Twin Disc ABS in Bangladesh is 1,99,900 BDT. This pricing is very aggressive compared to the competition. Given the number of available features on the bike, you’ll find it very tough to find an alternative that’ll offer you this sweet of a deal.
You also have the option to buy it with an EMI facility but you have to check this with your dealer as this is not always available. You can also refer to the EMI calculator on Bajaj’s website so you can plan out your finances.
However, pricing is always subject to change depending on the market condition. So it’s better if you contact Bajaj directly before visiting a dealer.


Conclusion

The Bajaj Pulsar 150 Twin Disc ABS has a muscular outlook enhanced by aggressive vinyl decals. The broader exhaust with a more throaty and muscular sound only increases the presence of the bike in the streets. The distinct slashed taillight will make everyone go, “That’s definitely a Pulsar”. Dependable, comfortable, good performance and a smile on your face every time you go for a ride, that’s the aim of the Pulsars, and Bajaj Auto Limited has delivered that yet again- through the Bajaj Pulsar 150 Twin Disc ABS.