Bajaj Pulsar 125 was launched last month in Neon shades, now more expensive variant comes with Gloss shades
Just last month, Bajaj launched the all-new Pulsar segment, the Pulsar 125. The sporty commuter bike carried a price tag of Rs 64,000 for the drum brake variant and Rs 66,600 for the Disc brake at the front. The paint scheme was inspired by the more affordable version of the Pulsar 150 Neon series.
This time around, Bajaj is focusing on the higher-spec version of the Pulsar 125 which looks more premium due to added features. The main visual cues of the bike are split seats, tank shrouds, and engine belly pan. Pulsar 125 will now come with gloss paint with striking colored graphics coupled with chrome pulsar logo on the fuel tank.
Powering the Pulsar 125 is the same 124.4cc 2-valve unit which does the job on Pulsar 125 Neon. This powerplant makes 12bhp at 8500rpm and 11Nm 6500rpm twisting force. The engine is mated to a 5-speed gearbox and we expect the bike to have a true 100 kmph top speed.
Unlike the Neon Pulsar 125, the more expensive model looks better and appeals to a wider range of audience. On one side the price difference between Pulsar 150 Neon and Pulsar 150 is more than Rs 13,000, the Pulsar 125 will comes for about Rs 70,000 to Rs 72,000 ex-showroom.
Speaking about the rivals, the main rival to the Bajaj Pulsar 125 premium variant is Honda CB Shine SP which is priced at Rs 68,900 ex-showroom Delhi.
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