Updated Bajaj Pulsar NS125 Launched At Rs 1.05 Lakh, Sees Price Hike
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Updated Bajaj Pulsar NS125 Launched At Rs 1.05 Lakh, Sees Price Hike

News by Team Drivio | Mar 02, 2024

The new features have hiked the price of the Pulsar NS125 by Rs 5,351, with the motorcycle remaining mechanically unchanged.

  • The new features introduced include an all-new full-LED headlamp and full-LCD instrument console.
  • There are no changes to the engine, suspension, tyres and brakes, which have been retained from the previous iteration of the motorcycle.
  • The new Pulsar NS125 rivals the TVS Raider 125 and Hero Xtreme 125R.

Alongside introducing the updated versions of the Pulsar NS160 and NS200, Bajaj Auto has also updated the most affordable model in the Pulsar NS lineup, the Pulsar NS125. The Bajaj Pulsar NS125 now comes with the same new features introduced in the other Pulsar NS models, which include a new full-LED headlamp and a full-LCD instrument console. The new Pulsar NS125 rivals the TVS Raider 125 and Hero Xtreme 125R

SpecificationBajaj Pulsar NS125
EngineSingle-cylinder, air-cooled, 124.45cc
Maximum power12 PS @ 8,500 rpm
Maximum torque11 Nm @ 7,000 rpm
Transmission5-speed

The new headlamp of the Bajaj Pulsar NS125 has a centrally-placed LED light, with thunderbolt-shaped daytime running LEDs to its sides. Also, the new full-LCD instrument console, which has replaced the previously-offered part-digital unit, has features like Bluetooth connectivity, gear indicator, average and instantaneous fuel efficiencies and distance-to-empty indicators. 

Apart from these new features, there are no changes to the overall design of the Bajaj Pulsar NS125, which is on the lines of the more powerful NS160 and NS200. There are no changes to the single-cylinder 124.45cc engine, suspension setup, tyres and brakes in the Pulsar NS125.

With the new features introduced, the Bajaj Pulsar NS125 is now priced at Rs 1.05 lakh, making it Rs 5,351 dearer than its previous iteration. At this price, the Bajaj Pulsar NS125 is priced on par with the top-spec variants of its direct rivals, the TVS Raider 125 and Hero Xtreme 125R.