Bajaj has launched the new Pulsar NS125 in the Indian market at the price of INR 93,690 ex-showroom, India. The Bajaj Pulsar NS 125 expands the NS portfolio and is positione below the Pulsar NS160 in the Indian market. The new one/eighth-litre motorcycle gives customers a new entry-point into the Bajaj NS series at an affordable price point. The new 125cc engine is not only powerful but also beginner friendly.
Bajaj Pulsar NS125 Engine Specifications
Powering the Pulsar NS125 is a BS6 emission-compliant 125cc DTS-i single-cylinder engine. The engine produces 12 PS of power and 11 Nm of torque. Bajaj claims that the engine features the signature ‘Pulsar Rush’ and pick-up. While Bajaj’s other models such as the Pulsar NS200 shares its architecture with the KTM 200 Duke, the NS125 engine is a simpler 2-valve air-cooled unit. The engine also comes with a 5-speed gearbox.
Design & Styling
Though the engine is not similar to the NS200, in terms of design and styling, the Pulsar NS125 bears similarities with the elder sibling. The motorcycle features the same NS series design with multifaceted reflector headlamp and chiselled fuel tank. The motorcycle comes with clip-on style handlebars, sharp tank shrouds and a sharp tail section. The motorcycle also retains the split seat configuration and the mulitspoke 17-inch alloy wheels. Bajaj is offering the Pulsar NS125 in four colour options – Beach Blue, Fiery Orange, Burnt Red and Pewter Grey.
Chassis, Suspension & Brakes
The Bajaj Pulsar NS125 features a perimeter frame that offers high-stiffness and stability. The motorcycle gets telescopic suspension on the front and Nitrox monoshock absorbers on the rear for high speed stability. The motorcycle also comes with 240mm disc on the front and 130mm drum. The option of a disc brake on the rear is not available on the Pulsar NS125.
The Pulsar NS125 features wolf-eyed headlamp cluster with twin pilot lamps, infinity twin-strip LED tail lamps, a sporty split grab rail, a belly pan.