The Bajaj Pulsar 125 has started to arrive at dealerships ahead of an imminent launch. Here's a walkaround video of the upcoming model from a dealership.
As seen in the video, the Pulsar 125 features a neon blue paint scheme with matte silver base paint. The theme of the 125 cc motorcycle resembles the Pulsar 150 Neon (Yellow). The neon blue treatment is visible on the Pulsar logo on the fuel tank, the grille on the side panels, pillion grab rail and the 125 tag on the rear panel. A similar shade is also seen on the decal above the headlight, tank pad, seat stitches and rim tapes. The bike has been seen in black paint as well.
The new entry-level Pulsar model, as reported in the past, shares its styling with the Pulsar 150. Thus, visual cues on the Pulsar 125 include a sharp-looking headlight with twin, LED pilot lamps at the front, split-style LED taillight at the back, a semi-digital instrument console with an analogue tachometer, an orange backlit screen and a single-piece saddle. The switchgear, too, is similar to that of the Pulsar 150 and the 125 cc version also carries an engine-kill button on the right side.
In terms of hardware, the new Pulsar 125 uses traditional front forks and gas-charged, twin-sided rear springs to perform the shock absorption tasks. Braking department comprises a disc brake at the front and a drum brake at the back, while the safety net includes CBS technology. Like the Platina 110 H Gear, the Pulsar 125 uses a mechanical CBS setup.
Engine specifications are yet to be revealed. According to the YouTube video, the Pulsar 125 will use a 124.38 cc single-cylinder, air-cooled, 2-valve, DTS-i motor that is likely to produce 12 BHP of peak power and 12 Nm of max torque. Bajaj Auto will reveal the complete technical specification at the launch, which is likely to happen in this week. The carburettor-equipped mill employs a five-speed gearbox. In comparison, the 149.5 cc 2-valve, twin spark, air-cooled, DTS-i engine of the Pulsar 150 churns out 14 PS (13.80 BHP) of maximum power and 13.4 Nm of peak torque.
The Bajaj Pulsar 125 rides on MRF sourced rubber with an 80/100-17 section tyre at the front and 100/90-17 unit at the back. The tyre size is identical to the Pulsar 150.
The Bajaj Pulsar 125 is expected to be priced competitively in the INR 60,000-65,000 (ex-showroom) range.
Note: The images belong to YouTube channel, Trilok Singh Vlogs