We have created a detailed video on Bajaj Pulsar NS 125 watch the full video below to know what you can expect from this amazing New Bajaj Auto pulsar series motorcycle.
Thought of Bajaj Pulsar NS 125
We have long known that Bajaj intends to take a 125cc motorcycle under the Pulsar banner to India. A vast majority of the Internet has assumed that this will be the NS 125 that has been sold in international markets for some time, but now we can confirm that this is not the case.
The commuter motorcycle which is already on sale in some parts of the world, will replace the Pulsar 150 as the lowest capacity bicycle on the Bajaj Pulsar line.
The Bajaj Pulsar NS 125 was launched in Poland last year, and latest rumors doing the rounds is that Bajaj Auto will definitely launch the Pulsar NS 125 in India, just before the festive season jumps in.
We have already known this for a while that the company was looking forward to bring a125cc motorcycle under the Pulsar banner to India. So it is not wrong to assume that this will be the NS 125 that has been sold in international markets for some time now.
Let’s see what the possibilities are:
What to Expect?
Bajaj Auto is seeing a huge increase in demand for the Pulsar range of motorcycles in recent months. Demand in the 125 cc segments is also on the rise, and with Bajaj not having a suitable bike to eat into the market share of 125cc segment, Pulsar NS 125 seems to be the perfect fit to cater the category well.
The all-new Bajaj Pulsar NS 125 receives a 124.45 cc, single-cylinder; an air-cooled engine that helps the motor to put out 11.8 BHP at 8,500 rpm and 11 NM of peak torque at 6,000 rpm. Along with that, the four-valve engine is mated to a five-speed gearbox.
While we talk about its style, Bajaj has already discontinued the Pulsar 135 LS, and the new NS 125 will carry similar styling in-line with the Pulsar NS models. The new Pulsar NS125 gets a matte finished exhaust muffler, dual tone color scheme and split seats along with wider tires. It also gets a small engine cowl that adds to its sporty appeal while tank shrouds are similar to that seen on the NS160 and NS200.
Other design element features a sharp headlamp design, high windscreen and a semi-digital instrument console sporting an analog tachometer and digital display. Braking duties are handled by a 240 mm front disc and a 130 mm rear drum, Bajaj has gone down the displacement ladder with the NS125, which means that the bike would only need CBS to comply with the latest safety norms.
Thanks to being less than 125cc, the bike does not need ABS, which will help in keeping the price aggressive. Expect prices around 60,000 Rupees when the bike is launched in India.
Once launched, it will compete with segment leaders like the Honda CB Shine and Hero Glamour.
While the company hasn’t said anything about the Bajaj Pulsar NS 125’s India launch date, we believe the bike will arrive here in a few months’ time, perhaps! We’ll need to wait a little more for the official to give us a final hint on this.
Till then, stay tuned!