Bajaj offers the most comfortable rides in the country and the most promising bike from its stable is Pulsar 150, which I own. I am not saying this because I feel so, I am saying this because it is a fact that we all know. The most amazing bike in its segment produces a delicious 14.9bhp which makes the pick-up simply thrilling. The gear box is smooth but causes a lot of problem, gets loose and makes hell lot of noise. Mileage of the bike is satisfactory around 45kmpl even after a bad and robust ride. Braking system works fine although it doesn’t have a rear disc brake.
Suspensions are giving me a good time on this machine as they are soft and absorber the roughness of the road easily. Handling and control of the bike is more than just awesome, it is the best I have ever experienced. Since I saw the first generation of Pulsar I was ready to buy it and now when I have it, I just can’t stop bragging about it. I just love the way it is designed from sharp, edgy headlight to captivating rear end. The tyres are providing a very good grip on all types of terrains.