The Pulsar 125 is one of the best-selling 125 CC bikes in India. To learn more about the bike, read on.
The 125 CC variant of the Pulsar comes with an average ex-showroom price of Rs. 91,397* in India.
Bajaj offers the bike in many variants. The variants available in Bajaj Pulsar 125 are four. The top specification trim is available with an average ex-showroom price of Rs. 98,872*.
Unlike other bike manufacturers, Bajaj bikes offer the 125 CC Pulsar as a competitive product. It is an alternative for those who want a good-looking commuter bike.
The Pulsar range is an icon in itself. The name Pulsar has become a brand that everyone is associated with. It has a nostalgic factor that is pretty hard to ignore. Although a 125 CC bike, the 125 Pulsar holds on to its sportiness in terms of looks, handling and performance.
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Bajaj Auto offers the Pulsar 125 in three colours. The available colours are blue, silver and red. It comes with a 125 CC engine. But the overall dimensions and looks of the bike are similar to Pulsar 150 and 180 Pulsar.
Hence, it is no wonder that the 125 Pulsar is a hit among the bikes coming out of Bajaj’s plant. The 125 CC Pulsar carries the boisterous appeal and muscular looks of the 150 and 180 CC Pulsars. Bajaj designers cleverly used both matte and gloss paint finishes all over the bike to make it more appealing.
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The real-world mileage of the bike is a whopping 50 KMPL! The performance of the bike is pretty amazing as well.
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The engine of the Pulsar 125 comes with a shorter power stroke. However, the bore of the engine is similar to the 150 CC Pulsar. This allows the engine to reach high RPM ranges. The engine is paired with Bajaj’s patented DTS-i and ExhausTEC technologies.
The engine is capable of offering the rider decent mid and low-range performance. The engine is tuned perfectly. This ensures that the motor will not struggle at inclinations. It also ensures that the motor will not feel out of breath at cruising speeds on highways.
Twist the throttle and one will witness that the engine has a linear performance and has a clean pull. One can achieve highway speeds of 80 – 90 KMPH in no time.
However, it is a low displacement motor. Hence, the power and torque outputs will be nowhere near the 150 CC Pulsar’s motor. The single-cylinder, air-cooled, BS6-compliant, fuel-injected motor produces 12 bhp. The peak torque output produced by the engine is 11 Nm. The best part about the engine is that the peak power and torque outputs are available at low RPM ranges. This ensures that one can take this bike on both short and long commutes without worrying too much.
The engine is paired with a smooth-shifting five-speed transmission. The clutch pull action is medium-hard. The gear ratios are tuned carefully. This is done to ensure that the rider can make the most out of the 125 CC motor.
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The seating position of the bike is ergonomic. The footpegs are positioned at a neutral angle which keeps the rider comfortable. A handlebar is a clip-on unit. It is positioned high so that the rider can reach the same without bending their spine too much. The seat height of the bike is below the 800 mm mark. This ensures that the bike remains accessible to both tall and short riders.
The handling of the bike is amazing. It is easy to manoeuvre in the city. It is agile while handling corners. It is well-balanced at low speeds and allows one to park the bike easily.
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It is a value-for-money product that is worthy of the common person’s hard-earned money.