Bajaj Auto has launched the 2024 models of the Pulsar N150 and N160 in India. Both bikes are offered in two variants each, with prices ranging from Rs 1.18 lakh to Rs 1.24 lakh for the Pulsar N150, while the Pulsar N160 costs between Rs 1.31 lakh and Rs 1.33 lakh (all prices, ex-showroom).
2024 Bajaj Pulsar N150, N160 – What’s New?
For 2024, both the Bajaj Pulsar N150 and N160 get a new negative LCD rider display with Bluetooth-based smartphone connectivity support via the Ride Connect app. It enables riders to accept/decline calls and receive notification alerts. This new dash is also capable of showing real-time fuel efficiency, average fuel efficiency and distance-to-empty readouts. However, it skips the turn-by-turn navigation assist.
It’s worth noting that these new digital dashes are limited to their top variants only, while the lower variants still make do with the older semi-digital clusters.
Another meaningful change is that the N150 now comes with a rear disc brake, although it still gets a single-channel ABS only. On the other hand, the dual-channel ABS is now standard on the Bajaj Pulsar N160. The bikes also get updates to their left switchgear, with a new trigger switch for pass-light function and to adjust the headlamp beam.
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Mechanically and aesthetically, both bikes remain unchanged. The Pulsar N160 continue to get a 164.82cc air-oil-cooled engine, which produces 16PS of max power and a peak torque of 14.65Nm. On the contrary, the Pulsar N150 comes equipped with a 149.68cc air-cooled mill that generates 14.5PS and 13.5Nm. Both engines come paired with a 5-speed gearbox.