Bajaj Motor India has recently launched the entry-level variant of their Pulsar NS lineup in the Indian market, below Pulsar NS 160 and NS 200. Pulsar NS125 becomes the most affordable Pulsar NS bike of the line-up. On arrival the NS 125 rivals with Honda SP 125 in the Indian market.  Here, we Put Together the Top 5 Things to Know about New Pulsar NS125: –

  • Design

The major part that will definitely attract the young bike enthusiasts from its styling, as it inspired by its bigger siblings NS 160 and NS 200. That being said, NS125 gets a muscular fuel tank, Single pod halogen headlight with 2-position headlamps on the front, split seats, a Sporty grab rail, split styled alloy wheels, an under-belly exhaust system and twin strip LED taillights.

Top 5 Things about Pulsar NS125
Pulsar NS125
  • Performance

The Newly launched Pulsar NS125 comes powered with a 125 cc air-cooled single-cylinder motor which develops 12 PS of maximum power output at 8,500 Rpm and 11 Nm of peak torque at 7,000 Rpm. The powertrain comes paired with a 5-speed gearbox system.

  • Paint Scheme

Baja currently offers the Pulsar NS125 with four different paint scheme which includes, Beach blue, fiery orange, Burnt red and pewter grey. The interesting fact is with all the paint the bike will get color matching alloy wheel rim strips, which look amazing.

  • Dimensions

The Pulsar NS125 has 179 mm ground clearance, an 805 mm seat height, a 1351 mm long wheelbase, and weighs 144 Kg, along with a 12-liter of maximum fuel tank capacity.

Pulsar Ns 125 Styling
Top 5 things about Pulsar NS125
  • Suspension and Price

The bike rides on the telescopic front fork at the front, along with a preload-adjustable monoshock at the back. The braking handled by a 240 mm single disc at the front and a 130 mm drum brake at the rear wheel with CBS technology. The Bajaj Pulsar NS125 launched with a single variant priced at Rs 93,690 ex-showroom New Delhi. That being said it costs Rs 20,000 costlier than the standard Pulsar 125, and Rs 16,000 less compared with Pulsar NS160.  

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