Bajaj Pulsar: During this holiday season, Bajaj MotorCorp India has once again demonstrated its strength by offering the most potent and reasonably priced motorcycle in its class. Bajaj Pulsar sold a staggering 1,20,126 units in this transaction in September 2023, a 14.40% increase from the previous year.
Sales Report for Bajaj Pulsar:
As of September 2022, Bajaj Pulsar had sold 1,05,003 units in total. By contrast, this year has seen 151.27 more units sold. In second position, with 8,988 units sold in September of this year—a increase of 122.75%—is Bajaj’s Chetak scooter. which represents a 4,953 unit gain over the previous year.
Specifications of the Bajaj Pulsar NS125
|124.45 cc BS6, Single-cylinder, Air-cooled
|12bhp @ 8,500 RPM
|11Nm @ 7,000 RPM
|Approximately 60 km/l
|Semi-digital with Speedometer, Tachometer, Trip Meter, Gear Position Indicator, Fuel Gauge, Service Indicator, Stand Alert, Real-time Clock, Turn Indicators
|Telescopic Forks (Front)
Pre-load Adjustable Mono-shock (Rear)
|Front – 240mm Disc Brake with CBS (Combined Braking System)
Rear – 130mm Drum Brake with CBS (Combined Braking System)
|Fuel Tank Capacity
|(On-road) INR 1,25,746
|Honda SP 125, TVS Raider 125
The Bajaj Pulsar NS 125, the company’s newest motorbike, has proven to be an excellent ride. People are very appreciating it because of its athletic style. You get excellent looks and mileage out of this. There is just one variation and four color choices for it. On the Indian market, it costs Rs 1,25,746 for the car. It has a BS6 engine with 124.45 cc of power.
Design of Bajaj Pulsar NS125
There are styling similarities between the Bajaj Pulsar NS 125 and the Pulsar NS200. Fitted with a sleek headlamp, a powerful fuel tank, and two LED tail lamps, it looks even better. Additionally, the split grille rails and belly pan give it a sporty appearance. People find it incredibly appealing as a result. Its success in becoming one of Bajaj’s best-selling motorcycles from the Pulsar lineup can only be attributed to this.
Features of Bajaj Pulsar NS125
One of the characteristics listed for the Bajaj Pulsar NS 125 is a semi-digital instrument cluster that includes an analog meter. This gives you access to readouts for gear position, fuel gauge, speedometer, tachometer, trip meter, stand alert, real-time, and turn indication.
Engine Bajaj Pulsar NS125
An air-cooled, single-cylinder, 124.45 cc BS6 engine powers the Bajaj Pulsar NS 125. This produces a peak torque of 11 nm at 7,000 rpm and 12 horsepower at 8,500 rpm. It has a five-speed gearbox attached to it. With a mileage of about 60 kilometers per liter, this mileage bike offers excellent fuel efficiency.
Brakes and suspension on the Bajaj Pulsar NS125
The Bajaj Pulsar NS 125’s suspension is composed of a preload-adjustable rear monoshock and telescopic forks up front. Additionally, it includes 130mm of drum brake at the back and 240mm of disc brake at the front with CBS braking technology to carry out its stopping function.
Rival Bajaj Pulsar NS125
In the Indian market, the Bajaj Pulsar NS 125 faces competition from the Honda SP 125 and TVS’s newest motorcycle, TVS Raider 125. NS 125 weighs 144 kg in total. Additionally, it has a 12-liter gasoline tank.