Previously, we shared the details of Pakistani Bullet 70 to give you a laugh and now, we have come up with an equally interesting motorcycle. The bike that we are are referring to is the Sigma Lion 150 and it is manufactured by a Chinese brand called Zongsheng. The bike is imported and sold in Pakistan by a brand called Sigma Motorsports. The name Lion 150 is actually a bit difficult to digest at first and what's even more shocking is its striking resemblance with Bajaj Pulsar RS200 that is currently on sale in India and some international markets. The front end of this bike gets the same bumblebee appearance along with similar projector headlamps. There is no denying the fact that Chinese brands have mastered the art of copying stuff and you will find multiple other examples.
The Sigma Lion 150, as the name suggests, gets power from a 150cc, liquid-cooled engine mated to a five-speed transmission. Surprisingly, even the company's official website does not shows any power and torque figures for the motorcycle and that makes us wonder if the numbers are really unworthy to be revealed. Also, while the website does not have any information on the top speed as well, a bit of research on the web told us that the bike reportedly hits 140 kmph. We highly doubt the information as the Yamaha YZF-R15 V3.0 that clearly has a better engine with the similar displacement manages to clock almost the same figure. The braking is done with the help of dual disc brakes up front along with a single disc brake at the rear. There is no ABS (Anti-Lock Braking System) on offer, unlike Bajaj Pulsar RS200 that gets a single-channel ABS.
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Even the yellow colour scheme of the Sigma Lion 150 is almost the same as the Bajaj Pulsar RS200 and in fact, from a distance, you will most likely mistake it for the latter. The Sigma Lion 150 is priced in Pakistan at PKR 2.80 lakh that translates to Rs 1.58 lakh as per our currency. The company is giving a warranty with this motorcycle but the figure will leave you in a state whether to laugh or not. Just 1500 km which means by the time you end your road trip from Delhi to Mumbai on it, the warranty will end.
We hope the Sigma Lion 150 was good (or bad) enough to give you the laugh of the day and beat your Monday Blues. What do you think about this motorcycle, let us know in the comments below.