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Bajaj Pulsar 125 arrives at dealerships, priced at Rs 81,990 on-road

13th Aug 2019 1:40 pm

The Pulsar 125 turns into probably the most reasonably priced mannequin underneath the Pulsar umbrella and produces 12hp.

Final month, we’d introduced you information on Bajaj’s intentions to launch a Pulsar 125 and now the bike has begun reaching dealerships. We will now affirm our earlier report that the Pulsar 125 is essentially based mostly on the Pulsar 150 Neon, when it comes to and styling. Whereas we await official affirmation on the pricing, sellers have revealed that the Pulsar 125 will set you again Rs 81,990 (on-road, Pune), which is round Rs 5,000 lower than the on-road worth of the Pulsar 150 Neon.

Internationally, Bajaj sells an NS 125 and it was earlier assumed that it was the bike that may be making its method to India. Nevertheless, the Pulsar model has a a lot stronger foothold in our nation and it is the rationale why we’re getting a Pulsar 125 and never an NS 125. The brand new Pulsar 125 is powered by a 124.38cc, single-cylinder, two-valve air-cooled engine that makes a peak energy of 12hp at eight,500rpm. Curiously, the NS 125 bought overseas comes with a four-valve engine that displaces 124.45cc, however makes equivalent energy.

Different on the Pulsar 125, just like the telescopic fork, twin shock absorbers and 17-inch wheels, has been carried over from the Bajaj Pulsar 150 Neon. Braking gear is equivalent, too, with a disc on the entrance and a rear drum brake, however the Pulsar 125 incorporates a Combi-Braking System (CBS) as a substitute of ABS like on the Pulsar 150. Nevertheless, the 125, with a kerb weight of 139.5kg, is a tad lighter than the 150 Neon, at 144kg.

When it comes to styling, the Pulsar 125 is offered in two color schemes – black with neon blue particulars and black with silver particulars. It sports activities a single-seat design and, similar to the 150 Neon, misses out on gas tank extensions and a stomach pan.

The brand new 125 turns into probably the most reasonably priced motorbike underneath the Pulsar umbrella, albeit by a small margin. The sub-125cc engine permits for it to adjust to the obligatory security mandate with using CBS, thus avoiding the prices of a costlier ABS unit. 

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