Bajaj Pulsar 125: Top five facts you should know
Bajaj Pulsar 125, the smallest capacity Pulsar to be launched in India. The prices for drum brake variant start at Rs 64,000 ex-showroom Delhi, while the disc brake variant starts at Rs 66,618 ex-showroom Delhi. The Bajaj Pulsar 125 rivals the likes of Honda CB 125 Shine SP as well as the CB Shine. Also rivals the Hero Glamour and the Hero Splendour.
Let us take a closer look at the top five highlights of the Bajaj Pulsar 125 below
1. The Bajaj Pulsar 125 shares most of the cycle parts with the Pulsar 150, similar fuel-tank, similar body panels and the same gearbox.
2. Due to the shared platform with a motorcycle from a segment above, the Pulsar 125 (140kgs kerb weight) weighs 15kgs heavier than its closest rival.
3. Excluding the KTM's 125cc range of motorcycle, the Pulsar 125 is the most powerful 125cc motorcycle you can buy in the country.
4. The Pulsar 125 gets gas-filled shock absorbers in the rear. Another motorcycle to sport this feature in the segment is its sibling - Bajaj Discover 125.
5. The Bajaj Pulsar 125 also gets the widest section rear tyre in the segment, which could enhance the contact patch offering more grip.
Starts Rs 58,751
Starts Rs 68,900
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