Bajaj Pulsar 150 Neon vs Standard vs Twin-Disc motorcycles compared [Video]

Bajaj Pulsar 150 Neon vs Standard vs Twin-Disc motorcycles compared [Video]

The Bajaj Pulsar brand has become of the most recognised motorcycle brands in the Indian market. The Pulsar 150 is an entry-level performance bike that takes on likes of TVS Apache RTR 160R, Suzuki Gixxer and others. Bajaj currently offers three different variants of the Bajaj Pulsar 150 model in the market. There is a Neon edition which is the most affordable variant of the three, then there is a standard version, and the twin-disc version, which is the most expensive of the three.

The Bajaj Pulsar 150 Neon is priced at Rs. 66,000. The Standard carries a higher price tag at Rs. 75,000 while the Pulsar Twin Disc is the most expensive of the three at Rs. 77,000. All the prices ex-showroom, Delhi. What are the differences between the three? Well, here is a video that shows the differences between the three variants of the Bajaj Pulsar 150.

The Bajaj Pulsar Neon being the most affordable of the three gets a basic level of equipment. The difference between the Neon edition and the others is the tank scoops. Both the other editions get the tank scoops while the Neon edition gets the bare tank without any scoops on it. There are other changes as well. The Pulsar 150 Neon edition gets highlights all over the body but they are not as aggressive as the other variants.

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It also gets an all-black instrument cluster with orange backlit. The Pulsar 150 Neon gets a 240mm disc brake up front and a 130mm drum brake in the rear. The rear grab rail is a single piece unit and it gets a single piece seat with a slight bump for the pillion rider. The exhaust of the Pulsar 150 Neon gets a brushed aluminium finish on it that makes it look premium.

The Bajaj Pulsar 150 Standard edition gets the tank scoop back in place and the graphics on the body is slightly different from the Neon edition. It also gets a different instrument cluster that gets a carbon fibre texture on it. The Bajaj Pulsar 150 Standard also gets the similar braking set-up as the Neon edition. Only the graphics of the bike have been updated and it gets an added tank scoop. Also, the Standard version of the bike gets shiny chrome-finished exhaust cover.

The Bajaj Pulsar 150 twin disc set-up comes with a lot of additional changes. It gets loud graphics that are contrasting in colour. The bike also comes with split grab rails that are similar to the higher versions of the Pulsar and split seats. The functions of the instrument cluster remain the same but the twin disc version gets a blue backlit that makes it look very premium. Apart from these changes, the twin disc version of the Pulsar offers 260mm disc brake at the front and a 230mm disc brake at the rear. It gets a brushed aluminium exhaust cover. The engine and electricals in all the three variants remain the same.