Prior to its launch, the upcoming Bajaj Pulsar N125 was recently spotted in the Indian market. It is anticipated to provide buyers with a strong package. This updated Bajaj Pulsar N will have several features that will help it compete fiercely with its rivals. Here are all the specifics regarding the upcoming Bajaj Pulsar N125 that you need to be aware of.
Bajaj is aggressively updating its lineup in India and has introduced numerous new Pulsar motorcycles. Following suit, the company is now anticipated to release the new Pulsar N125 in the near future for consumers looking for an affordable and attractive bike in the category. While Bajaj anticipates ceasing production of the NS125 and NS160 in the near future, The upcoming N125 will be most affrdable bike in the N series.
Bajaj Pulsar N125 Design
According to what we currently know, the new Bajaj Pulsar N125 will feature design features like an updated digital instrument panel, LED taillights, sturdy body panels, noticeable tank shrouds, and an underbelly exhaust. However, it is anticipated that many features from the more expensive N160 will transfer to the N125, including a distance-to-empty readout.
The bike’s skinny tyres and thin box-section swing arm setup suggest that the manufacturer intends to price this new bike extremely aggressively in the market. The bike’s agility will also be improved by the long swing arm and skinny tyres.
Bajaj Pulsar N125 Engine
Although Bajaj hasn’t released any additional information regarding the Bajaj N125’s official specifications, we anticipate it to come with a well-balanced and potent 125cc single-cylinder petrol engine. This engine will have a five-speed manual gearbox and excellent fuel efficiency ratings.
Bajaj Pulsar N125 Launch
Although the brand hasn’t set an official launch date yet, we anticipate Bajaj to introduce the Pulsar N125 by the end of 2022 or the beginning of 2023. The new Pulsar N125 will compete against rivals like the TVS Raider 125 and the Honda Shine 125 once it is introduced in India.
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