Bajaj is the number 1 motorcycle brand in Bangladesh over the past 20 years ( in terms of sales figure). The Pulsar series is also the most selling motorcycles in the 150-160 cc category & to add more products in their portfolio Bajaj Launches Bajaj Pulsar NS125 in India & we hope in the near future it will come in Bangladesh too.
The 125 cc segment is mostly known to be a commuting segment but Bajaj never shy off to give commuting segment some sporty feelings like they did long time back with Pulsar LS135.
NS (Naked Sports) is a popular series in Bajaj’s portfolio in the 160-200 cc segment. This brand new Pulsar NS125 comes with a 125cc DTSi engine with is capable of producing 11.8 BHP @ 8500 RPM & 11 NM of Torque @ 7000 RPM. Unlike NS160 or NS200 this bike comes with air cooling engine & has 2 valves. They also fitted this bike with a 5 speed gearbox.
Bajaj Pulsar NS125 Price In Bangladesh
If you see then design wise they haven’t changed anything in the younger sibling of the family. They still has perimeter frame, front telescopic suspensions, rear nitrox rear monoshock suspension, split seat, under belly exhaust, wofl-eyed headlight with twin pilot lamp, LED tail light, split grab rail.
This bike will ride on 80/100-17 front tyre with 100/90-17 rear tyre. Braking wise they have given 240mm front disc brake with a 130 mm drum brake as standard. Bajaj Pulsar NS125 now weighs 144 kg.
This motorcycle has a ground clearance of 180 mm with a seat height of 805 mm. The fuel tank has the same 12 litres capacity as like NS160. The question is why Bajaj made a Pulsar NS125 motorcycle!
Due to world pandemic over the past 1.5 years riding on public transport has become a hassle, even if you get on one now you have to pay more to travel from one place to place + given you also have the risk of catching covid in a public bus which carries over 50 people then compare to a bike which will carry only 1.
So with increasing people in India & Bangladesh where more & more people are trying to get a 2 wheels for themselves & we are not getting anything over 165cc motorcycle in Bangladesh until 2024 so new young bikes will want a stylish bike in their garage & if the budget isn’t enough to own an NS160 or NS200 here you have a more budget friendly Bajaj Pulsar NS125 for your home.