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.
Preferred For : Daily Commute
42% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above
Good bike for local and minimum km
It's discontinued in india at 2020
Good in ride, Comfortable for short ride or office distance. Maintenance cost is average.
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Koi bhi bhulke yeh bike mat kharidna zindagi barbad ho jayegi
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....
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. .
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.
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
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???
For 2017, the Pulsar 135 LS trades in some sportiness for commuter friendliness