If you are looking for a comfortable 2 wheeler ride then BAJAJ PULSAR could be the stop point of your search.If I share my experience of this machine then I would say this is made for young blood who loves to roar on road.

Bajaj Pulsar DTSi is a visual treat with its mean muscular shape. Some of the key features include lighter yet stronger alloy wheels that maintain the stability of the bike and calls for low maintenance as it won’t rust. It has a flush-fitted tail lamp and LCD Speedo and tachometer console. That’s not all. The head lamp gives a sporty look and sharp tail which enhances the killer looks of Bajaj’s masterstroke.

The mechanical design of Bajaj Pulsar allows you to pass through even the narrowest of streets with so much comfort and control. The 17" alloy wheels and 1330 mm wheelbase also lends support in this regard. Shock absorption is quite good and vibrations are reduced to minimum, a new design magnesium alloy wheel and Nitro shock absorbers are some worthy qualities of this amazing 2- wheeler. On the whole, Bajaj Pulsar is a perfect blend of style and functionality.

Bajaj Pulsar 150 DTSi delivers a power of 16.5bhp @ 8000 rpm and a torque of 15.22Nm @6000 rpm. It has howling pickup and zooms from zero to 60kmph in 5.51 seconds.

The interesting part of its design is the introduction of throttle actuated ignition-control system that works with a chip-controlled capacitor discharge ignition system for accurate ignition timing under all circumstances.

The range for the first two gears is short that leads the bike for good acceleration. If we talk about mileage and economy Bajaj Pulsar 150 DTSi gives a mileage of 50-55 km/l in city riding while highway driving may give a better pleasure in terms of capital.