But overall i feel all this will go in vain because customers are well aware of latest technology and features, they are not going to buy a bike which is outdated in terms of technology. Bajaj India should come out with completely new bikes which are upto date in terms of styling and latest features. Bajaj has also upgraded the Pulsar 180 & Pulsar 220. Similar to Pulsar 150 the changes are merely cosmetic.
Bajaj seems to have worked on the "Achilles heel" of the Pulsar by adopting a new gear shifting mechanism. It seems to have made quite improvement in the shift quality now. Moreover, the 150 now comes with the 1-down, 4-up pattern which is similar to the Pulsar 180 now. Visually, this bike looks strikingly similar to the Pulsar 180 but a trained eye can quickly spot the difference. The new model of Pulsar 150 carries over the "all black theme" from its bigger brothers. It does not features "split-seat" like the new Pulsar 180.
Pulsar has been a major hit in the market; it comes in four variants: Pulsar 150 DTSi, Pulsar 180 DTSi, Pulsar 200 DTSi & Pulsar 220 DTSi. Bajaj Pulsar DTSi comes with a throttle actuated ignition-control system that works in conjunction with a chip-controlled digital capacitor discharge ignition (CDI) system for accurate ignition timing under all conditions. Now Bajaj India has unvieled the upgraded model of the of the Pulsar 150 in response to the Suzuki GS150R & Honda CBF Stunner. The new model features the same 150cc engine which develops maximum power of 13 Bhp at 8500 rpm with maximum torque of 13.9 Nm at 6500 rpm.
Bajaj India seems to be all set to rock with New Pulsar 135, which is expected to be launched on 10th December, 2009. The teaser website is up which shows a black Pulsar wrapped under white semi-transparent cover which gives a glimpse of New Pulsar 135. On hovering the cursor around fuel tank you can see the Bajaj Pulsar logo with smart new design air scoops which gels very well with the design of the fuel tank.