Bajaj V15 'Vikrant' Vs Pulsar 150 Comparison Review

Bajaj Pulsar 150 DTS-i vs V15 'Vikrant Comparison Review
After a very long time someone in the industry has come up with a different looking bike in Indian market, till then it seemed everyone is benchmarking the styling of each others. I guess you know what am I talking about, the Bajaj V15. We have lot of bikes being sold in this segment, why not it's the highest selling segment after 100cc ones.

Today we will be comparing the legendary pulsar 150 version4 against the V15. Pulsar is in the industry for more than one n half decade now and Bajaj has significantly moved to a higher level of quality and reliability of the bike. Talking about the V15 and P150, both bike are in same category but the V15 has a classy look compared to the sharp aggressive looks of the P150, on the other hand the V15 gets a 16 inch rear tire like no other in current market. By going on 16 inches it improves to lower the centre of mass.

If you look at the console the p150 has a digital Speedo and analog taco meter whereas the v15 has a analog Speedo with digital fuel indication, taco on the v15 would have made it look more impressive. Though the console on the v15 looks better than the p150 for sure. Unnoticed the v15 actually shares the chassis of the Bajaj Discover, Bajaj has done a great job to commonize the parts and keep the cost as low as possible. V15 has better low end torque than the p150, which needs less gear changing in city traffic conditions. V15 seat seems to be slightly smaller than the competition bike, but there is no doubt about the seating comfort on the bike

Upright riding posture on the Bajaj v15
The V15 is a stylish looking city commuter bike whereas the Pulsar150 is aggressive DNA bike which has ruled the heart of many on its way till today.