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Rs. 64,141
Discontinued Model since 21 Sep 2018

About Bajaj Pulsar 135LS

The Bajaj Pulsar recently was updated to compile with the upcoming BS-IV emission norm. Bajaj has also repositioned the motorcycle as a commuter bike with a hint of performance rather than an entry-level bike in the Pulsar family. The styling has also changed and the new 135cc motorcycle looks more commuterish with a larger windscreen, grab rails and the split-seats have been replaced with a longer single-piece saddle. The Pulsar 135LS has been priced at Rs 60,718 ex-showroom Delhi. The new motorcycle also gets automatic headlamp on (AHO), a safety feature which will be made mandatory from April 1, 2017 onward. The Pulsar 135LS also gets three new colour options and the bike employs a semi-digital instrument console. The engine is the same 135cc, air-cooled motor with 4 valves but is now BS-IV emission norm compliant and delivers 13.PS and 11.4Nm of peak torque. Bajaj claims that the Pulsar 135LS can accelerate from 0-60kmph in 5.1 seconds. The Pulsar 135LS is a good option for someone in the hunt for a commuter with a sporty DNA.

Bajaj Pulsar 135LS Overview

Bajaj Autohas passed on the GST (Goods & Service Tax) benefits to consumers and this has resulted in the ex-showroom price of its prooducts being reduced marginally.

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Q. Hi, Is pulsar 135ls durable for long term? Also, does this bike have vibrations when you go above 70kmph?
  • Ya durable and have vibration between 50-60 but after 60 it's normal no vibration, if u have have less budget and you need good pickup and sporty bike, go for it, for more query , call 979****057
  • I have pulsar 135LS, i keep on riding it with the speed of 90kmph on long rides i never faced problem with vibration, it is little but not intense.
  • Durability depends on your Riding and maintenance. Yes Pulsar 135 LS has lots of Vibrations when you go above 70kmph
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Q. Is this bike good? How is the service after one year of usage - Pulsar 135LS?
  • I used this bike more than 2 years{new model}, Awesome bike | About service, so I done this after every 3000 km and the costing is appox. 1000 to 1200 with brake plates change etc.
  • Yeah , it is good. Actually in service i would change only the engine oil & correct braking ,acceleration etc. Pulsar maintenance is very cheap.
  • Pulsar 135 definitely asks for maintenance but which doesn't!!it's the best option in this price bracket..I have this bike from last 10 years.
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Q. Hello Experts, my questions is - I am having a 5 years old pulsar 135LS which is looking very dull so I want to renew again and make it new. Are all parts available?
  • Hi..its better to go for other pulsar series..or for 125cc pulsar if you wish to...because it not worth to renew old pulsar 135....i also have a pulsar135, 7-8years old but i dnt want to renew it
  • Yes visit the service centre of Bajaj n ask them to replace all those parts which has worn out.do the teflon coating on the bike it will look new as before...I too have done it 5 times in 10 years I have this bike from 2010 ..
  • Yes all parts are available... You can get it from any bajaj auto parts store or better from where you have purchased your bike
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Q. Have a confusion between Honda Shine SP and Bajaj Pulsar 135 LS? Which one better?
  • The 135 LS got discontinued now. It was a fantastic option for those who wanted the performance of a 150cc bike in a 125cc package. It still retains those traits but now appeals to a wider audience. On the other hand, the Honda Shine SP is one of the best looking 125cc bikes out there. The bike handles well, and the motor is refined and spunky. Overall, the Shine SP boasts good levels of fit and finish, and given Honda's penchant for making reliable bikes, is almost a no-brainer.
  • Bro I have this bike since 2010 and it still gives me the feel of new n that power still astounds me..in the cost of 70 k it is the best bike ..first indian bike with 4valve technology..
  • Go for CB shine SP as the engine is much more refined than pulsar 135...go for the disc brake variant in shine sp... Shine SP is awesome for everyday use and occasional long rides
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Q. Is pulsar 135 LS available at present in India?
  • They have stopped the production this year, but there could be availability in selected showrooms or aftermarket
  • The easiest way to know the availability is by walking into your nearest dealership and asking for it as it depends on your city, variant, color and inventory.
  • We would suggest you to exchange words with the nearest dealership as they will be the better person to aid you further in this matter.New Bike Showrooms - https://bit.ly/2jv2aXQ
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Q. Hi, Is pulsar 135ls durable for long term? Also, does this bike have vibrations when you go above 70kmph?
  • Ya durable and have vibration between 50-60 but after 60 it's normal no vibration, if u have have less budget and you need good pickup and sporty bike, go for it, for more query , call 979****057
  • I have pulsar 135LS, i keep on riding it with the speed of 90kmph on long rides i never faced problem with vibration, it is little but not intense.
  • Durability depends on your Riding and maintenance. Yes Pulsar 135 LS has lots of Vibrations when you go above 70kmph
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Bajaj Pulsar 135LS User Reviews

4.0 /5
345 reviews & ratings
  • Mileage
    4.1/5
  • Performance
    4.1/5
  • Maintenance Cost
    3.8/5
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  • Comfort
    3.7/5
  • Features & Styling
    4.2/5

Preferred For : Daily Commute

42% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above

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  • 5.0

    Good bike for local and minimum km

  • 3.8

    It's discontinued in india at 2020

  • 4.2

    Good in ride, Comfortable for short ride or office distance. Maintenance cost is average.

  • 5.0

    This bike is mileage is goodfkdkdkdjjdkdd

  • 1.8

    Koi bhi bhulke yeh bike mat kharidna zindagi barbad ho jayegi

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  • 2.6

    a good mileage commuter bike. but has some serious issue with engine. engine gets stalled within 20000km. you will get compression problem more offenly. Even sometimes bike in 5th gear will automatically gets cut off an you cant accelerate or start the machine unless you put some oil in fuel injector place and remove the carbon. It makes really a worst situation on road when you have new machine in hand and you suffer with such problems....

  • 5.0

    I own this bike now for over 9 years n it still gives me the goosebumps when I push the throttle the pickup it has in 135cc class it's unprecedented n the looks it has still turns the head of people.mileage is still the best in class..I get the mileage of 50 still after 9 years before it used to give 60 average but after so many years it has come down which is obvious.13.5 PS of power from 135 cc indian engine is commendable..N mind it the cost of the bike was just 62 k on road when I had purchased it..not like others foreign manufacturers 2 lac 3 lac rupees just for 125 cc engines. .

  • 2.2

    This was my second Bajaj bike. Still this bike is performing well just because I love to maintain all of my two wheelers (I own a bullet and a honda). Bajaj has now lost its touch and its love for 2 wheelers.

  • 3.4

    Overall experience is not good. Only mileage of the bike is constantly in the range of 60kmpl since 2011. Bike build quality is very poor. Bajaj bikes are good for first five years after that you have to change1parts regularly even piston blocks needs to be replaced after 7 years. Will suggest not to buy

  • 3.8

    Its awesome bike, mileage is good, but rear brake & shifting gears create too much problem, & service cost is too high for pulsar. One more thing when i go to any mechanic he says that bike maitanance is too worst after 30000 KM???

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For 2017, the Pulsar 135 LS trades in some sportiness for commuter friendliness

February 9, 2017  By Benjamin Gracias