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First the Chetak, now the Pulsar; the latter has been Bajaj’s backbone for a long time. Even the 220F continues to be on sale, Prices for the Pulsar 125 begin from Rs 92,883, while the Pulsar 150 can be had from Rs 1.13 lakh onwards, and the Pulsar 220F comes in at Rs 1.41 lakh (all prices ex-showroom).

The Bajaj Pulsar 125, 150, and the 220F now receive the same digital instrument cluster with bluetooth connectivity that’s offered on the newer Pulsars as well, along with newer body graphics. Everything else remains the same on these three motorcycles.

The Bajaj Pulsar N160 now comes equipped with three ABS modes; road, rain, and off-road. These are identical to the N250, and along with that, it also gets 33 mm golden USD forks. The mechanicals remain untouched otherwise, thus retaining the 164.8 cc oil-cooled engine and disc brakes on both ends.