The Bajaj Pulsar 125 is the cheapest Pulsar you can buy in Indian market. The bike comes with both single piece and split seat options. It rivals some 125 cc naked bikes and it is priced very attractively too. Read the full article to know more about the BS6 Bajaj Pulsar 125.
FEATURES AND ENGINE:
The BS6 Bajaj Pulsar 125 is not the most feature loaded bike in the segment. But it is value for money. The BS6 Bajaj Pulsar 125 comes with semi digital instrument cluster which misses out on some of the basic features like the gear position indicator (it’s something you won’t find in more expensive Pulsar RS 200 also). The bike features DRLs, Automatic Headlight On, Digital Speedometer, Analog Tachometer, Fuel Gauge, Side Stand Alarm, 2 Digital Trip Meters, Low Fuel & Battery Indicator, Digital Fuel Gauge, Shift Light, Engine Kill Switch and a Clock.
Powering the BS6 Bajaj Pulsar 125 is a 124.4 cc, 4-Stroke, Single Cylinder, Air Cooled, Fuel Injected, BS6 motor which churns out 11.64 bhp of power @8,500 rpm and 10.8 Nm of torque @6,500 rpm. This 125 cc motor is mated to a 5-Speed Manual Transmission.
The BS6 Bajaj Pulsar 125 come with 4 different variants which includes, Drum-BS6, Drum Split Seat, Disc BS6, Disc Split Seat and the prices for these variants changes too. So you can buy this bike in both disc and drum versions.
PRICE AND COLOURS:
|DRUM SPLIT SEAT||94,666|
|DISC SPLIT SEAT||
NOTE: ALL THE PRICES MENTIONED ARE ON-ROAD BANGALORE. PLEASE VISIT YOUR NEARBY SHOWROOM TO KNOW THE EXACT PRICING OF THE BIKE.*
The bike is available in 5 different shades. Those 5 shades are Neon Blue, Solar Red, Platinum Silver, Black Silver and Black Red.
The BS6 Bajaj Pulsar 125 has 2,055 mm length, 755 mm width, 1,060 mm height, ,320 mm wheelbase, 790 mm seat height, 165 mm ground clearance and weighs 140 kgs.
As you can see above, the bike is quite compact aesthetically and it has just 790 mm seat height. That means even short riders can also ride this motorcycle comfortably. And the bike is light weight too as it weighs just 140 kgs.
BRAKES AND WHEELS:
As we mentioned above, the bike is available in 2 different braking states, Drum and disc. The Drum variant has 170 mm front and 130 mm rear drum brakes without ABS. While the disc variant of the bike has 240 mm front disc brake and 130 mm rear drum brake.
The bike has 17 inch front and rear wheels with the size of 80/100-17 and 100/90-17 respectively while both are Tubeless Non Radial tyres. The bike gets Telescopic front forks and Twin Gas Shock which does the duty for rear suspension.
- SPARE PARTS ARE EASILY AVAILABLE
- SERVICING THE BIKE IS NOT AN ISSUE
- OVERALL MAINTENANCE OF THE BIKE IS VERY EASY
- DOESN’T FEEL HEFTY ON YOUR POCKET
- VALUE FOR MONEY BIKE
- INITIAL PICKUP IS GREAT
- GREAT CITY BIKE
- BEST BIKE FOR BEGINNERS
- OVERALL GREAT BIKE
- LOOKS SIMILAR TO THE BIGGER PULSAR 150 (WHICH IS GREAT)
- COMFORTABLE RIDING POSTURE
- NVH LEVELS AREN’T THAT GREAT
- SLIGHT VIBRATION IS THERE
- MISSES OUT ON LOT OF FEATURES
- MOTOR IS NOT WELL REFINED
If you are looking for an entry level beginner friendly, easy to maintain bike without the scary performance, then you can easily go with this bike. The bike is really good but the company has to work on its features and engine.
The bike competes with the Honda SP 125, Honda Shine, Pulsar 150, Hero Glamour and Hero Super Splendor.