It hasn’t been a long time since Bajaj launched the 135cc beauty, Pulsar LS. This lower range machine is for those looking for a change form the heavy weights that are doing rounds now-a-days.
We have a short comparison between the older Bajaj winner, Pulsar 150 DTSi and the Pulsar 135 LS in terms of the specifications.
Here's the main comparison points between Pulsar 150 DTS-i and Pulsar 135 LS:
|Pulsar 135 LS||Pulsar 150 DTS-i|
|Engine||Single Cylinder, air cooled, four stroke||Single Cylinder, air cooled, four stroke|
|Power||13.5 bhp @ 9000 rpm||15.06 bhp @ 9000 rpm|
|Torque||1.16 kgm @ 7500 rmp||1.3 kgm @ 6500 rmp|
|Gearbox||5-speed : 1- down, 4-up||5-speed : 1- down, 4-up|
|Front Brake||240mm disc||240mm disc|
|Rear Brake||130mm drum||130mm drum|
|Wheels||5-spoke alloy||6 spoke alloy|
|Fuel tank capacity||8 litres||15 litres|
|Price Ex-showroom||Rs. 51k||Rs. 60k|