Bajaj launches all-new Pulsar N150 in Nepal

Hansraj Hulaschand& Co. Pvt. Ltd, the sole authorized distributor of Bajaj motorcycles in Nepal, yesterday announced the launch of the all-new Pulsar N150. The Pulsar N150 is designed for riders who seek a bike with a balanced character, ideal for both everyday commuting and enjoyable rides.

 Abhimanyu Golchha, Director of Golchha Group, claimed, “Since the day of its launch in Nepal, Pulsar bikes have set new benchmarks in Nepal and globally, making Pulsar one of the most loved motorcycling brands across 70 countries. Today, Pulsar ups the benchmark yet again with the launch of the Pulsar N150.”

The Pulsar N150 is introduced under the theme ‘Balanced Power’ which reportedly captures the essence of a bike that offers both performance and practicality.

The major highlight of this motorbike is the digital console with bluetooth connectivity for call and SMS alerts, enhancing the overall riding experience. Moreover, it also comes with practical amenities such as a USB charging port. Similarly, its fuel injection system and BS6 are designed to make the bike more efficient.

The Pulsar N150 boasts a sleek design with an aerodynamic 3D front embodying sculptural purity, finished in a dynamic interplay of metalized dual colours. Equipped with a powerful yet smooth 149.68 cc engine, the Pulsar N150 generates 14.5 PS of power and 13.5 Nm of torque, ensuring an exhilarating ride with an impressive mileage of 48 kmpl.


A digital speedometer, tachometer, trip meter, and odometer are projected as other advanced components of the two-wheeler.  It supports USB charging and offers a clock and a distance-to-empty indicator for added convenience. Additionally, the vehicle integrates with the "cat" notification system and the Hide Connect app, enhancing connectivity. The bike has a single-seat type, a single tubular handle type, and comes equipped with a passenger footrest.

 The Pulsar N150 has a fuel capacity of 14 liters, making it suitable for long rides without frequent refuelling. The bike’s braking system includes a 260 mm front disc brake and a 130 mm rear drum brake, ensuring effective stopping power.

The All New Pulsar N150 is available in the Nepali market at a price of  Rs. 3,59,900.