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Bajaj Pulsar 125 Neon: Image Gallery

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  • Aug 15, 2019
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Here’s an assortment of images that will help you understand the baby Pulsar a bit better

Bajaj finally launched the much-awaited Pulsar 125 in India on 13 August. The bike is available in two variants - drum and disc, priced at Rs 64,000 and Rs 66,618 (ex-showroom Delhi) respectively. To put things into perspective, that’s Rs 5,000 - Rs 7,000 cheaper than the Pulsar 150 Neon. We have put together an assortment of images which should help you understand the baby Pulsar a bit better.

For starters, the baby Pulsar looks identical to the Pulsar 150 in terms of styling. And much like its elder sibling, the Pulsar 125 features matte grey paint scheme, albeit, with neon blue accents. You could also choose from the standard red and silver paint options.

Also Read: Bajaj Launches Snazzier Pulsar 150 Neon At Rs 64,998

The bike features colour a co-ordinated grab rail, rim tapes, 3D Pulsar logos along with matching accents on the side quarter panels and the headlight cowl.

The tank pad is also colour co-ordinated which gels well with the overall theme.

Its single-piece seat gets premium stitching which matches the colour of the accents on the bike to enhance its visual appeal.

Also Read: Top 5 Things You Need To Know About The Pulsar 125 Neon!

The semi-digital instrument console has been carried over from the Pulsar 150 and displays basic readouts such as fuel-gauge, odometer, two trip meters, a side stand indicator amongst others.

Coming to the crux of the matter, the engine. The baby Pulsar packs a BS4-compliant 124.4cc, single-cylinder motor which uses a carb as its fuel delivery system. Interestingly, it’s capable of belting out 12PS at 8,500rpm and 11Nm at 6,500. That’s 2PS more than its rival - the Honda CB Shine SP

A conventional telescopic fork and twin gas-charged rear shock absorbers handle suspension duties. They are likely to be the same units seen on the Pulsar 150. 

In terms of braking equipment, the bike comes with single 240mm disc brake or a 170mm drum unit up front paired with CBS (combined braking system). The rear comprises of a 130mm drum brake. 

Compared to its elder sibling which uses MRF tyres, the Pulsar 125 features slightly lower-spec Eurogrip tyres wrapped around 17-inch alloys measuring 80/100-section at the front and 100/90 at the rear.

The exhaust and rear tyre hugger has been carried over from the Pulsar 150 as well.

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  • Ashish | 1 week ago When it comes in nepal 0 Reply
    Natabar | 3 weeks ago What will be the mileage. if 125 will cross 50 kmpl then this Dewali is mine🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗 0 Reply
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