Bajaj Pulsar 150 Vs Honda CB Unicorn – Specification, Features and Price 2018


Last updated on May 10th, 2018 at 07:24 pm

Here is the complete technical technical comparison between Bajaj Pulsar 150 Vs Honda CB Unicorn. Both these are stunning bikes with appealing features and specifications package. You can choose any of these bike without second thought. However we are giving a detailed comparison between both to choose the best one. 

Bajaj Pulsar 150 bike is a symbol of power and performance on roads. One of the main rival of this bike is Honda CB Unicorn 150. Honda CB Unicorn bike is the top selling bike from the Honda. Available in 3 color shades (Pearl Igneous Black, Space Silver Metallic, Red) to choose.


There is only single variant available. Even though it launched several years back still the company didn’t made much exterior changes on it but still the Honda CB Unicorn looks so aggressive and sporty.

The new pulsar 150 is appealing with its full black theme in design. Stylishly designed in every aspect with 17″ Black Alloys, sharp taillight, digital instrument consoles, powerful front headlamp and DTS-i Technology based engine. Available in single variant and 3 colors options. If your in a doubt to choose the best one for you read the comparison and decide wisely.

Engine and Performance

Bajaj Pulsar 150 powered by the 149cc, DTS-i engine which is powerful to produce power of 15.06 Bhp @ 9000 rpm and torque of 12.5 Nm @ 6500 rpm on ride. The engine mated with 5 speed gearbox and Wet Multiplate Clutch offers stable and smooth drive.

This hot 150cc Honda CB Unicorn powered one packed with a 149.1cc, 4-Stroke Engine which makes 13.3 Bhp @ 8000 rpm Power and 12.7 Nm @ 5500 rpm torque on ride to the wheels. Engine mated with 5 manual gears and made with good suspension and braking facility.


Bajaj Pulsar 150 offers 62kmpl mileage in highway and around 45kmpl mileage in city ride from fuel efficient engine. You will get 60.00kmpl mileage in highway and 50kmpl mileage in city from this Honda CB Unicorn.

Comfort and Safety Features

Bajaj Pulsar 150 features Telescopic Forks suspension in front, Triple rated spring, 5 way adjustable with 105mm travel nitrox shock absorber in rear for good suspension. Braking is finest with 240mm Disc brake in front and 130mm drum brake in rear. Adding to the safety features powerful front headlamp, Exhaus TEC system, tubeless tyre, large wheel base and stable performance in top speed also.

Honda CB Unicorn comes with features like Foot rest, Self start, tubeless Tyres, Pass light, speedometer, Tyre Size, Fuel gauge, Low fuel indicator etc, Suspension and breaking is really good. They have used Advanced Technology Mono-suspension and 240mm Disc brake inf ront and 130mm drum brake in rear.

Full Technical Specifications Of Bajaj Pulsar 150 and  Honda CB Unicorn

Engine performance and mileage Technical Specifications  Honda CB Unicorn Bajaj Pulsar 150
Engine 149.1cc, 4-Stroke 4-stroke, DTS-i, air cooled, single cylinder
Displacement 149.1cc 149.01cc
Max power 13.3 Bhp @ 8000 rpm 15.06 Bhp @ 9000 rpm
Max torque 12.7 Nm @ 5500 rpm 12.5 Nm @ 6500 rpm
  • 60.00kmpl in highway
  • 50.00kmpl in city
  • 62.00kmpl in highway
  • 45.00kmpl in city
Gears 5 Speed 5 Speed
Transmission Manual Manual
Top speed 101kph  115kph
Look, style and Dimensions length x width x height(mm) 2095.00 mm x 750.00 mm x 1100.00 mm  2035.00 mm x 750.00 mm x 1115.00 mm
Wheelbase 1340.00 mm 1320.00 mm
Stand alarm No yes
Alloy Wheels Yes  yes, 17″ Black Alloys
Headlamps Halogen 35/35 W with 2 pilot lamps
Kerb Weight 146.00 kg 143.00 kg
Fuel tank 13.00 ltrs 15.00 ltrs
Ground Clearance 179.00 mm 165.00 mm
     Comfort and Safety features Suspension front Telescopic Forks Telescopic, with anti-friction bush
Suspension rear Advanced Technology Mono-suspension 5 way adjustable, Nitrox shock absorber
Foot rest Yes yes
Self start Yes yes
Brakes(front) 240mm Disc 240 mm Disc
Breaks (rear) 130 mm Drum  130 mm Drum
Tubeless Tyres No  yes
Pass light Yes  yes
speedometer Analogue Digital
Tyre Size 2.75 x 18″, 3.00 X 18″ mm  Tube-type – 2.75 x 17″
Fuel gauge Analogue Digital
Low fuel indicator Yes  yes
Colors Pearl Igneous Black, Space Silver Metallic, Red Yes black, blue and red
Price Ex-Showroom, Delhi Rs. 66,740 Rs. 76,224


  1. Cb unicorn is thé most smooth bike, i have ever seen.i have rided it on top speed 115km/hr,but still that time the bike was really smooth. The performance is extremely Best…

  2. i have used pulser for 3 years but now i am using honda uni 150 now i am so satisfied because low maintenance cost smooth riding good pickup but pulser got better pickup it doesn’t matter about pick up … i am happy with my uni.


  4. Unicon 150 best at second hand or new don’t buy new uni 160 it’s worst and Pulser waste if we give to second person it will vanish in 2 years so pul is best for single person overall maintain and pul delicate also so uni better in low maintenance, high pick up, stylish and many

  5. Unicorn is no doubt smother than pulsar and the balancing of unicorn over a speed of 80kmph is better compared to pulsar 150. And the engine quality of Honda excels. Honda claims that the top speed of unicorn is 101kmph but on road it reaches upto 117-118 kmph.

  6. overall both r sport bike but for youngest generation will take pul.becz they dont think about maintainance.they need only pickup

  7. Pulsar please keep away from it i own pulsar 2008 150 dts-i. Parts are so inferior quality i am fedup in maintaining this bike. worst worst quality. you take any bajaj bike. Yes i was crazy about the styling and the best in class features but i didnt expect that quality is so bad every 15k kms i have to do valve replacement, it has clocked 75K kms and i have done 2 times complete engine overhauling.I never go to the bajaj anymore

  8. look at the peak torque of two bykes uni-12.7nm in just 5500rpm, & pulsr-12.5nm in 6500rpm. if the race is only for 200mtrs then pulsr can easily beat uni with its more bhp of 15.06,uni only 13.3bhp, BUT if the race is for more than 200mtrs then uni can easily beat pulsr with peak torque 12.07nm in just 5500rpm, pulsr only 12.5nm in 6500rpm. & rear mono shocks is better than other shocks technology for balance…

  9. unicorn produces much less power than pulsar which is very obviously felt on road and we get bored very quickly. unicorn rider can never ever overtake pulsar in any race. even though pulsar has noisy engine, it leads in acceleration and speed. unicorn is strictly commuter bike for those who drive slow and relaxed.
    even 110 cc activa and aviator automatic scooters can easily beat unicorn in acceleration. unicorn excels in one thing: smooth engine and good handling. but it is not a bike for youngsters at all. unicorn is smooth but not quick. pulsar is fast but not smooth.

    • Just in I won my college moto go race with my cab unicorn 150 , defeating CBR , cb1000r ,duke and many others . Still u think it’s acceleration su*** ?

    • i agree with u bro….am also using pulsar 150 ug3 from past 3 years and pulsar is very sporty,goodlooking,aggressive bike my friend is using uni the comfi bike uni has more comfort than pulsar but its suits for family persons and pulsar suits for youngstrz… and me and my frnd has raced many times pulsar has kick the a** of uni it doesnt matter about 200mtrs or 200kms its matter abt speed riding skills …

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