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Bajaj Pulsar 125 India Launch In August; Engine Specs Leaked!

New report suggests that the Bajaj Pulsar 125 could be launched in August. The bike will look similar to the Pulsar 150 and not like the 135 LS!

Bajaj had confirmed that it will launch a new motorcycle in the 125-150cc segment. This indicates that either a new 125cc motorcycle will come or a brand new Pulsar model. We can confirm now that it is indeed Pulsar 125.

Bajaj Pulsar 125 is reportedly launching in India in August, next month and we expect its price to be around Rs 60,000. If this is a confirm model, Bajaj can report much higher sales with the most affordable Pulsar.

Bajaj Pulsar 150 Neon Yellow

Some two years back, Bajaj had the LS135 as the most affordable Pulsar. It was a hit in its early months, not bigger than the Pulsar 150, but was seen very often. Later, it was discontinued due to its higher pricing and growing competition.

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With an expected price of Rs 60000, the Bajaj Pulsar 125 could actually be a hit. Competing against the likes of Honda CB Shine, Yamaha Saluto RX and Hero Achiever. CB Shine is the leader of the 125cc motorcycles, clocking over 70000 units monthly.

Pulsar 125 might use the engine of the Discover 125, but definitely delivering more power figures and better in acceleration as well. The 124.6cc air-cooled engine will produce around 13.5 BHP and 11.5 Nm of peak torque, mated to a 5-speed gearbox.

Reports suggest that the 125 will look very similar to the Pulsar 150. Of course, in India, the 150cc pulsar is the best selling and keeping the same body of the Pulsar Neon for the 125cc engine, would make sense.

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For suspension, it will use telescopic forks at the front and twin shock absorbers at the back. For braking, it will come with a front disc brake and rear drum brake with CBS (Combi Braking System) as standard. The bike will run on 17-inch alloy wheels.

Features onboard could include split seats, halogen headlamps, a digi-analogue speedometer (one on the Pulsar 150), high-placed clip-on handlebars, and most importantly, a BS-6 compliant engine.

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