The Bajaj Pulsar 125 Neon is more advanced than the Splendor Plus. But given that the market for Splendour is rising will Bajaj Pulsar 125 Neon make its space?
A brand-new, 2-valve SOHC engine with 124.45cc displacement is used to power the Bajaj Pulsar 125 Neon. At 7000 rpm, it produces 11Nm, and at 8500 rpm, 12PS. It has a 5-speed internal gearbox.
The Hero Splendor Plus has the following engine specifications:
- A 97.2cc, air-cooled, single-cylinder engine combined with a 4-speed sequential gearbox
- The engine can produce a maximum of 8.02 PS and a maximum torque of 8.05 Nm.
- Additionally, the most advanced version of Splendor includes a self-start feature.
The Hero Splendor Plus includes a modest amount of standard equipment, including alloy wheels, tubeless tyres, analogue speedometer and odometer, kick start, and drum brakes (with the integrated braking system, or IBS). You also get self-start and i3S start/stop technology with higher trims (for better fuel economy). LED lights are not available
Bajaj equipped the Pulsar 125 Neon with LED switches as a premium touch. The semi-digital cluster seems dated, with only two trip metres, an odometer, and a few warning lights communicated back to the rider. The more expensive Split Seat variant comes with an engine cowl, split pillion grab rails, and a split-seat configuration.
Three variations of the Hero Splendor Plus include:
- Kick Start and Alloy Wheels,
- Self Start and Alloy Wheels
- Self Start and Alloy Wheels with i3S.
The Pulsar 125 Neon comes in two variations:
The Splendor is priced between Rs 60,000 to Rs 70,000, and the Bajaj Pulsar 125 Neon is between Rs 84,000 and 90,000.
A brand-new, 2-valve SOHC engine with 124.45cc displacement powers the Bajaj Pulsar 125 Neon. At 7000 rpm, it produces 11Nm, and at 8500 rpm, 12PS. It has a 5-speed internal gearbox. The small telescopic fork, narrow tyres, and brake components seem to have been taken directly from the basic Pulsar 125, while the monoshock originated from the NS160.
A 97.2cc, air-cooled, single-cylinder engine paired with 4-speed sequential gearbox powers the Hero HF 100. The engine’s maximum power and torque are 8.02 PS and 8.05 Nm, respectively. The Hero HF has a kick starter and fuel injection standard in the BS6 period, and the most current variants include a self-start feature.
Bajaj Pulsar 125 Neon has the following features:
- Bajaj added LED switches.
- The semi-digital cluster appears a little archaic, with only two trip metres, an odometer, and a few warning lights communicating back to the rider.
- The more costly Split Seat model has a split pillion grab rail, an engine cowl, and split seats.
- The halogen headlamp and LED taillight are almost exact replicas of those on the NS160 and NS200.
The Hero MotoCorp HF Deluxe:
- delivers excellent performance, is the perfect choice for customers who value mileage, and makes good financial sense.
- In addition to performance and mileage, this bike has attracted buyers because of its attractive qualities.
The Pulsar 125 Neon gets priced between Rs 84,000 and 90,000, and the Hero HF is priced between Rs 48,000 and 55,000.
The Bajaj Pulsar 125 Neon‘s engine has:
- A 5-speed internal gearbox. A brand-new, air-cooled, 2-valve SOHC engine with 124.45cc
- At 7000 rpm, it produces 11Nm, and at 8500 rpm, 12PS
- Small telescopic fork, narrow tyres, and brake components
Talking about TVS Jupiter 125, the engine works fluidly and gracefully, with a peak speed of 90 Kmph. The single-cylinder, 124.8 cc, and two-valve engine generate 8.04 horsepower at 6,500 rpm and 10.5 Nm of maximum torque at 4,500 rpm.
Bajaj added LED switches to the Pulsar 125 Neon as an upscale touch. The more costly Split Seat model has a split pillion grab rail, an engine cowl, and split seats. The semi-digital cluster appears a little archaic, with only two trip metres, an odometer, and a few warning lights communicating back to the rider.
The Jupiter 125 features a 65 mm seat, and riders of different heights and sizes may ride in comfort and they are neutral and comfortable.
Jupiter 125 sets new standards for usability as it has a front gas filler cap, an industry-leading 33-litre under-seat storage space, and a 2-litre front cubby with a USB port.
The Bajaj Pulsar 125 Neon is priced between Rs 84,000 to Rs 90,000, and the TVS Jupiter 125 is priced from Rs 78,000 to Rs 85,000.