Bajaj Pulsar Models: Which Pulsar Bike Should You Buy?

Which Is the Best Bajaj Pulsar Bike for You?

The Bajaj Pulsar is one of the most iconic bikes of India. It was launched at a time when there were not too many stylish bikes that boasted of good performance and a low price tag. Bajaj Auto India collaborated with Tokya R&D to address this gap in the market, and the results were stupendous. 

The Pulsar soon overtook its key competitor, the Honda CBZ to emerge as the market leader, inspiring a generation of Indian’s to ride in style. The Pulsar brand has since undergone a transformative journey in the past eighteen years. Its success leads to the birth of five new variations, each more powerful than the last, a dynasty of Indian princes of the road. 

In 2018, the Pulsar brand celebrates the sale of more than 1,00,00,000 in India, a landmark achievement in the automobile sector. These sales are, of course, spread across the six variants of the bike, namely the 135 cc, 150 cc, 180 cc, 200 cc, 220 cc, and 400 cc.

With all these different models on offer, it might be difficult to choose which one to go for. So, let’s take a look at what most people look for when they are choosing a two wheeler, and how each model is suited to that particular need.


When it comes to durability and lifespan, nothing beats the original twins that set the market on fire. The Bajaj Pulsar 150 and 180 cc have been on the market since 2001, but have gone through multiple versions since then. The switch from the round headlamp to ‘wolf eyes’ brought along with it a huge following, and it’s a testament to their durability that even today some of the 2006 models are plying the streets.


Two relatively newer Pulsar models have been designed to appeal to those who are looking for a more sleek appearance for their motorcycles. The 135 cc version makes up for what it lacks in power with attractive exteriors that offer the most premium feel in that price range. Another big hit when it comes to style is the NS200. Priced at around 1.07 lakhs, it boasts of an aggressive and muscular look that makes it ideal for those who ride in style. 


When it comes to mileage, the pulsar brand ranges from a sweet 65 kmpl to a measly 27 kmpl. The two lightweight bikes that offer the most in this department are the 135 cc and 150 cc models, both of which offer an optimum mileage of around 65 kmpl. They are also similarly priced, with the 135 cc costing an approximate INR 65,000 and the 150 cc available for about INR 70,000.


This is the department where the two big daddy(s) of the Pulsar family shine. The 220 cc version made a huge impact upon its release in late 2007. Its engine power and torque make it an ideal bike for touring. However, Bajaj took it up a notch higher with their latest model, the 400 cc Pulsar that has been branded as the Dominar. It offers 33.5 BHP on a 373.3 cc liquid cooled engine and 6-speed transmission. The Dominar is now the flagship product of the Bajaj Pulsar stable and is available for an on-road price of Rs 1.59 lakhs.

These are just a few of the basic things that people look for when buying a two wheeler. Whatever it is that you choose, it’s a much easier option to opt for a loan rather than a straight purchase. Bajaj also provides convenient bike finance with a very low loan interest.

A simple look at the EMI calculator will show you that it’s a great option for you to choose when you’re set to buy the pulsar model that you want. So, don’t think about it too much; feel the joy of the best Indian motorbike riders and get a Bajaj pulsar today!


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