Bajaj Auto Limited, one of India’s most well-known two-wheeler manufacturers, started off in the Indian two-wheeler market when there were hardly any other players. Chetak, Super, and Priya were some of the first brands to be introduced by Bajaj.
With the Pulsar range, Bajaj has undoubtedly become one of the nation’s most popular bike brands. At its Chakan plant, this brand is now manufacturing the latest bike variants in a joint venture with KTM, a well-established Austrian brand. Bajaj is the largest exporter of two-wheelers, accounting for almost 70 countries in total. Below is the list of 11 bajaj pulsar bikes:
Bajaj hasn’t changed the specification of the Pulsar 150 for a while. Also in the BS6 generation, it has the same style cues as the older version. Both choices come with contrasting decals, giving the Pulsar 150 a sporty look.
The Pulsar NS200 is sporty in style. However, considering that its theme has remained largely unchanged since its debut in 2012, it has begun to look dated. Its direct rival, the TVS Apache RTR 200 BS6, has recently undergone a big update. We wanted the NS200 to get one as well during its BS6 transition, but it doesn’t even get a new sticker job. The Pulsar NS200 will have the same four-color choices as before: Fire Gold, Wild Red, Graphite Black, and Mirage White.
Pulsar 220 F
The Bajaj Pulsar 220F seems to have a semi-finished look with only two color options to pick from—blue-black and black-red. The BS6 edition looks almost the same as the old BS4 iteration. Bajaj has not yet changed the decals for the BS6-compliant standard. So if you’re expecting a new Pulsar 220F, you may want to wait a while.
Pulsar 125 Neon
One may have mistaken the Bajaj Pulsar 125 Neon for the 150cc model. Hold the two bikes side by side and it’s going to be hard to say the difference. The only visual difference between the two is the sticker and the fresh blue/black livery of the Pulsar 125 Neon.
The entry-level supersport looks like a certain electric bike that’s been around for a while. The Pulsar RS 200 features sharp-angled body panels, full-frame, twin-projector headlamps with LED-type eyebrow LED DRLs, and LED taillights. However, the dual-tone color scheme has still been up for discussion.
It is clear from the introduction of the Bajaj Pulsar NS160 BS6 that the bike bears the genes of its larger sibling, the Bajaj Pulsar NS200 BS6. The muscular fuel tank is complemented by a streamlined headlamp upfront. It comes with a split seat configuration and an elevated clip-on handlebar to ensure sporty yet convenient ergonomics. The rear section may have been much more offensive without the cumbersome tire hugger. However, the tire hugger is very practical to keep muck and splashes away, particularly during monsoons. In addition, the underbelly exhaust contributes to the centralized mass.
Bajaj Pulsar 180F
The Pulsar 180F looks like a spitting image of its older sibling, the Pulsar 220F. Half-fairing has been around for over a decade, with the concept aged remarkably like good wine. On the 180F, Bajaj suit the matt, black-colored pattern with neon orange components. You can also go for the black and red gloss mix, but the former is our option.
Bajaj Pulsar AS 150
One of the most common motorcycles in the 150cc range, the Pulsar AS 150 is ‘Alpha Male Styling.’ In the name, the AS’ stands for adventure sport. The bike is powered by a twin-cylinder, air-cooled engine that produces a maximum power of 16.88bhp at 9.500rpm and a maximum torque of 13Nm at 7,000rpm. It provides a healthy mileage backed by a fuel tank size of 12 liters.
Bajaj Pulsar RS 400
The Bajaj Pulsar RS400 is a fully-fledged bike that is likely to grace the Indian shores this year. It’s going to be the flagship model of Bajaj until it’s up and ready and design-wise, it looks pretty aggressive. The cuts, suits, and panels represent the busy theme, which is also the USP. The fairing it sports is massive and the fuel tank also seems to be high at least 15 liters of capacity.
Pulsar 135 LS
The Bajaj Pulsar 135LS is the entry-level model in the Pulsar series, which caters to buyers looking for a sporty, commuting bike. The Pulsar range of motorcycles is an Indian money-spinner for Bajaj. It was the first Pulsar to have a four-valve head and a power level very similar to its twin, the Pulsar 150.
BS6 2020 Bajaj Pulsar RS200
The Pulsar RS200 concept for 2020 is scheduled to be revamped with minimally changed graphics. In addition, it is also planned that the BS6 version of the motorcycle will be offered in new color schemes. As of now, no accurate information has been obtained on the 2020 color palette for the BS6-compliant Pulsar RS200.