Bajaj Auto on Tuesday launched the new Pulsar NS 125 in India at a cost of ₹93,690 (ex-showroom). The new bike is powerful and amazing yet at the same time doesn’t have ABS. It is additionally more costly than the Pulsar 125 which shapes the base of this entry-level sportbike.
As per Bajaj Auto, the new Pulsar NS 125 bike is ‘power-loaded with execution and numerous class driving highlights’. The bike manufacturer is basically focusing on the youthful fans to go for this bike. It is somewhat heavier than a Pulsar 125 with a kerb weight of 144 kgs, which is around 4kgs heavier.
All things considered, the bike will be controlled by a similar 125cc single-cylinder. Which is an air-cooled, fuel-injected DTS-I motor that is at the core of the ordinary Pulsar 125 bicycles. The BS6 motor, which is mated to a 5-speed gearbox, presently claims to be more powerful, because of a slight expansion in power. The motor would now be able to produce 12 PS of force and 11 Nm of torque force.
The Bajaj Pulsar NS 125 stands on 17-inch alloy wheels, the same as the Pulsar 125. And get a 240mm front plate and 130mm back drum with CBS. The ground clearance is kept at 179mm.
All things considered, there are not very numerous distinctions. The bicycle actually conveys the mark wolf-eye design at the front. Along the edges, the Pulsar NS 125 gets sharp tank extensions with sporty graphic elements. At the back, the bike gets the signature twin LED-strip tail lights.
Bajaj Auto is offering the new Pulsar NS 125 bicycles in four colour alternatives – Fiery Orange, Burnt Red, Beach Blue, and Pewter Gray. It is a rival to the KTM 125 Duke and similar bikes in the segment.