Spied – Bajaj Pulsar 150 NS and Pulsar 180 NS, Auto Expo 2014 debut

Posted on: Jan 24, 2014 - 9:26am IST

Our friends over at Rushlane believe they have spied what they call the NS versions of the Pulsar 150 and 180. Bajaj officials have said that they would unveil new Pulsar models at the Auto Expo 2014.

Bajaj Pulsar 150 NS rear three quarter spyshot
The Pulsar 150 NS (seen above) gets a lower rear rake than the Pulsar 180 NS.

The Pulsar 200 SS has already been spied numerous times and even rendered.

Bajaj Pulsar 180 NS front spyshot
The Pulsar 180 NS (Seen above) and the 150 NS get a similar front fascia with headlamps and indicators staying common.

The 150 NS and the 180 NS are based on the existing Pulsar 150 and Pulsar 180 models respectively. They have very subtle design changes differentiating them. Both bikes take a high rake at the rear, leading to an elevated rear seat and a lean-forward stance, giving it that necessary sporty look.

Bajaj Pulsar 150 NS front three quarter spyshot
Headlamps for both the Pulsar 150 NS (Seen above) and the Pulsar 180 NS have been borrowed from the Pulsar 200 NS.

As seen on the spyshots above, the 180 NS, or at least what Rushlane thinks is the 180 NS, gets no mudguard or fender on the rear and has a black grab handle. It also gets its taillights mounted on to the body and an aluminium extension for the number plate.

As for the 150 NS, it gets a small fender on the rear and retains the same rear profile as the Pulsar 150. It gets an aluminium grab handle.

Bajaj Pulsar 180 NS rear detail spyshot
The 180 NS gets a rear taillight cluster that’s similar to the 200 NS’.

Both bikes have a bunch of mechanical similarities, as they are semi-naked towards the rear, with centrally-mounted underbody exhaust and monoshock suspension revealing the swingarm, and both also get drum brakes at the rear.

Towards the front, similarities continue with the same headlamp cluster, telescopic suspension setup, alloy wheels and disc brake setup. Bajaj have also retained the headlamp from the 200 NS.

Bajaj Pulsar 180 NS – Spyshots

Bajaj Pulsar 150 NS – Spyshots

[Source – Rushlane]

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11 thoughts on “Spied – Bajaj Pulsar 150 NS and Pulsar 180 NS, Auto Expo 2014 debut

  1. nana shinde says:

    I think this is good idea to produce 180 and 150 pulser ns along with pulser 150 because customers will be able to buy due to his average and style of bike as compare to other company any bike …

  2. curiousBiker says:

    I think this is all fake news…just to give bajaj a hype. Actually no models are coming of this sort.

  3. sanat jain says:

    I like 180 ns coz it does nt have long mudgaurd but it is similar to 200 ns . bajaj should give new look to both 150 180 ns models

  4. S.Mohamed abbaz says:

    how pulsar 150ns about?

  5. bhat says:

    It iz shame on bajaj that they r going to change the p180 or150 into ns .actually bajaj have to change the headlight of 180 &150 pulsar .and rear disk brk option . bajaj leave the project & include above features in the p150 &180.

  6. kushagra says:

    bajaj is gioin to launch 3 idiots pulsar 150 ns pulsar 375 and pulsar 180 ns..which cant beat the legend of definately male p150 dtsi..

  7. Moin says:

    Very disappointed with Bajaj… At least with 150NS… It has a very ugly looking rear, the mudguard is very big and looks very bad on P200… And it really needed an open chain case. Bajaj is really downgrading P150… Discover 125ST is far better than this model in looks, and also advanced in features… Bad upgrade.

  8. Harsha B says:

    As per my opinion, current 200 NS could be discontinued, as the power specs of 180 NS & 200 NS would not have much difference..

    150 NS : 16-17 bhp
    180 NS : 20-21 bhp


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