Bajaj Motorcycles has launched the Pulsar 125 split seat variant at a price of Rs 79,091 ex-showroom. It has a BS6 compliant 124.4cc single-cylinder, air-cooled engine. Equipped with a 5-speed gearbox, this engine generates power of 11.8PS and torque of 10.8Nm. In the market it will compete with Honda SP 125, Hero Glamor and Honda Shine.
The bike includes 3D logo on the tank, wide digital console with trip meter, rear cowl, sporty split grab rails, clip-on handlebar, 17-inch black alloy wheels and wolf with twin pilot lamps and Infinity twin-strip LED tail lamps. Eye headlamp cluster is given.
The new variant is available in three colors
The bike gets 31 mm front forks and a twin gas shock setup in the rear. There are 240 mm discs in the front wheel for braking and 130 mm drum brakes in the rear with anti-skid braking system to avoid skid or slipping in the rear.
Weighing 142kg, the fuel tank of this bike can store 11.5 liters of fuel. The Pulsar 125 split seat has been launched in three color options – Neon Green in Matte Black, Black Silver and Black Red.
New Pulsar 125 Split Seat Variant Will Increase Consumer Interest
Sarang Kanade, president of Bajaj Auto, said, “We are excited to introduce the new Pulsar 125 cc variant. The Pulsar 125 was launched in August last year, the fastest selling over 1 lakh in just 6 months of launch. Pulsar became one of the variants. The new Pulsar 125 split seat will attract customers from the premium commuter segment, who always want to buy the outgoing performance, stylish and thrilling sporty motorcycle. While the last few months have been tempted for both the industry and the consumer. The watch was there, but we hope that the new Pulsar 125 split seat variant will increase consumer interest again and we will receive the same love, admiration and acceptance as before. “