Bajaj Pulsar NS125 launched - Top 5 Highlights

Bajaj Pulsar NS125 launched – Top 5 Highlights

Bajaj Auto on Tuesday introduced entry-level Pulsar NS125. This segment occupied by mid-level commuter bikes such as Hero Glamour, Honda Shine SP125. The Pulsar NS 125 is not a rival to these bikes, this is going to compete with other sporty bikes such as KTM 125 Duke.

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Technical Specifications

The Pulsar NS 125 will be powered by the same 125cc single-cylinder, air-cooled engine, powered by a DTS-i fuel engine. The BS 6 engine, attached to a 5-speed gearbox, now claims the engine can now generate 12 PS power and 11 Nm of maximum torque.

Chassis and Suspension

Bajaj Pulsar NS125 uses a rotating frame using a telescopic fork and a mono-shock suspension. It also uses 80 / 100-17 front and 100 / 90-17 rear wheel. NS125 is also 7kg lighter than NS160 at 144kg. NS125 has a ground clearance of 179mm, seat height 805mm, and wheelbase 1353mm.


In terms of the braking system, New Pulsar NS125 comes with a 240mm disc on the front wheel and a 130mm drum on the rear wheel. Unlike the NS160, the NS125 cannot be selected with a rear disc brake.


NS125 looks very much like its older siblings. The 2021 Bajaj Pulsar NS125 Cluster with a wolf-headed headlamp is compared to twin driving lights. It comes with some other features like infinity twin-strip LED Taillamps, split seat, split grab rail, etc

Price & Color

The Pulsar NS125 is available in four color options, including Blue Blue, Fiery Orange, Burnt Red, and Pewter Gray. The body is dressed in shiny metal paint. The Pulsar NS 125 is now available at a price of Rs 93,690 (ex-showroom) in Delhi.