Shootout between Bajaj Pulsar and Yamaha New Fazer

Shootout between Bajaj Pulsar and Yamaha New Fazer
author image Roger Dsouza
Thursday 24 July 2014, 17:27 PM

Bajaj and Yamaha both are well known names in the Indian bike industry. Both the companies have made their names in the industry on the basis of two models i.e. Bajaj Pulsar and Yamaha New Fazer. Although both the bikes look identical in terms of their looks, but still there are a few features which differentiate both the bikes from each other-

Mileage of both, Bajaj Pulsar and Yamaha New Fazer revolves around 50-55 kmpl which is not bad for bikes of this class. When it comes to engine, Bajaj Pulsar features 149.0 cc, DTSi, 4 Stroke, Air cooled engine while Yamaha New Fazer features 153 cc, 4-stroke, Air-cooled, 2-valve, SOHC engine. So in terms of engine displacement, Yamaha gets an edge over its counterpart. Bajaj Pulsar can generate maximum power of 14.09 bhp at 8500 while Yamaha New Fazer can generate 13.8 bhp at 7500 rpm. Bajaj Pulsar can generate torque of 12.76 Nm at 8500 while Yamaha New Fazer delivers 13.6 Nm at 6000 rpm.

Shootout between Bajaj Pulsar and Yamaha New Fazer

In terms of top speed, both the bikes are not much different from each other. Bajaj Pulsar can generate a top speed of 118 kmph while Yamaha New Fazer can generate a top speed of 120 kmph. So if you are looking to beat the wind speed, then don't think about these two classic models. Bajaj Pulsar takes five seconds to cover from 0-60 km speed while Yamaha New Fazer takes 5.5 seconds. Both the bikes have same gear shift pattern i.e. one down, four up. If you are fond of electric start, then both of these bikes will give you a chance to feel happier as both of them have got electric as well as manual start points. Bajaj Pulsar has a bigger fuel tank (15 (3.2 L reserve) L) in comparison to Yamaha New Fazer (12 (1.5 L reserve) L).

Shootout between Bajaj Pulsar and Yamaha New Fazer

When it comes to breaking system, Bajaj Pulsar with 240mm front disk braking system and 130mm rear drum braking system proves to be more beneficial for riders than of Yamaha New Fazer with normal disk breaking system in front and normal drum breaking system in the rear.

Price of Bajaj Pulsar revolves around Rs. 70,000 while the price of Yamaha New Fazer goes up to Rs. 77,000 (approximately). On the basis of the above comparison, you can make a fair choice as if Bajaj Pulsar is a good choice for you or Yamaha's New Fazer.

Ad
Popular cars
Upcoming cars
Ad