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Bajaj Auto unveiled the new Bajaj Pulsar NS 125 in India on April 20, 2021. It was intended for young sports fans. In the manufacturer's naked Sport series, it was the smallest bike. Bajaj Pulsar
In India, the Bajaj Pulsar NS125 is a commuter bike with a starting price of Rs. 1 lakh. It is offered in one variant and comes with four colours Pewter Grey, Beach Blue, Burnt Red and Fiery Orange. Bajaj Pulsar NS125 Features:
NS125 is as modern as a 125 cc bike could be, but is not a feature-rich bike. Its design is similar to the heavier NS160. Split grail rails and belly pan makes the bike sporty even in this segment. It has sleek halogen headlamp along with twin pilot lamps, LED tail lamp and bulb indicators. The Pulsar NS125 is equipped with front telescopic forks and a preload-adjustable rear monoshock. The front brakes are a single 240 mm disc, while the rear brakes are a 130 mm drum. Bajaj Pulsar NS125 Performance:
The Bajaj Pulsar NS125 is powered by a 124.45cc BS6 engine that produces peak power of 12PS and 11 Nm of maximum torque. Its engine is single-cylinder, air-cooled, and four-stroke. The Bajaj Pulsar NS125 has a combined braking system (CBS) for both wheels, instead of much-used ABS. Bajaj Pulsar NS125 Capacity:
The fuel tank capacity on the Pulsar NS125 bike is 12 litres and it weighs 144 kg. The bike is one of the heaviest in the sport, but manages to offer comfort to the rider with its accessible seat height. The mileage is also quite impressive with an offering of 56-65 kmpl. Bajaj Pulsar NS125 Rivals:
The Honda SP 125 clashes with the Pulsar NS125. Even though the Pulsar NS125 is promoted as a sporty motorbike, it competes with the Honda SP 125 in terms of performance, desire, and after-sales support.