2023 Bajaj Pulsar 125 Has Reached Dealerships!
Article by Drivio | 13th Apr 23
Better looks, greener engine and a hint of more features, here’s everything that the updated New Bajaj Pulsar 125 now comes with:
- The Pulsar 125’s 124cc engine makes 11.8PS and 10.8Nm.
- Its semi-digital console too gets a couple of new bits.
- The muscular bodywork remains the same as before.
The revised version of the Pulsar 125, the most economical Pulsar, has begun to arrive at dealerships. The new paint scheme is immediately evident and extremely appealing. The yellow decals on the grey bodywork look good, adding a slick touch to the muscular-looking Pulsar. Then there are the unusual-looking six-spoke alloy wheels, which may be a bit much for some.
To comply with the new regulations, Bajaj has replaced the computerised carburetor with a fuel injection system. As a result, it will receive an updated ECU (Engine Control Unit). The infant Pulsar now produces 11.8PS and 10.8Nm, and we anticipate that the revised bike will produce similar values.
While the console remains semi-digital, it now displays real-time fuel efficiency, DTE (distance-to-empty), two tripmeters, and a warning light for the latest OBD 2 upgrade. Prices for the Pulsar 125 start at Rs 81,414 (ex-showroom Delhi), and considering the considerable improvements, the new model should command a premium of roughly Rs 5,000. We expect the bikemaker to officially introduce the bike in the coming weeks as a result of this.
When that happens, the bike will compete with the Hero Glamour 125, TVS Raider 125, Honda Shine, and Honda SP125. What makes the Pulsar 125 even more enticing this time around, is that it’s now priced at a lot more affordable price than most of its rivals.