The Bajaj Pulsar 125 Drum variant Revealed In India.
There’s no actual motive why Bajaj Company revealed the new Pulsar 125 Drum without any official announcement.
Most of the motorcycles which are available currently in the Indian market are soon entering Nepal as well. Accordingly to the report, the Bajaj motorcycle is being assembled in Nepal.
This may be why the company released the NS200 FI/ ABS version in Nepal earlier than in India.
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Bajaj Pulsar 125 Overview
The company has unveiled the drum brake version of the Pulsar 125, the smallest motorcycle in the Pulsar family. Including this, the company has also given split seats in it.
The new Bajaj 125 drum is relatively cheaper than its previous version with disc brakes.
Besides the change in the braking system, the other details remain the same on both variants.
Now let us know about its exterior’s appearance.
While looking at its exteriors, the new Pulsar 125 gets the sporty style with split seats.
Furthermore, it has an engine cowl, split grab rails, and similar graphic design to Pulsar 150.
This bike’s significant features consist of a halogen headlamp with twin DRLs, a Sportier fuel tank with shrouds, and split style seats.
Discussing its Engine Specifications
Bajaj Pulsar 125 has a displacement of a 124.4 cc signal cylinder, two valves, and an Air-cooled, Twin Spark BSVI Compliant DTS-i engine.
The engine delivers maximum power of 11.8 PS at 8500 rpm and a maximum torque of 10.8 Nm at 6500 rpm. It has a 5-speed gearbox connected.
The compression ratio of the Pulsar 125 drum is 10.3:1, respectively.
The overall fuel tank capacity of this bike is 11.5 L.
Know more in terms of Brake, Tyres & Suspension.
The new Bajaj 125 has got a 240 mm Disc brake at the front wheel and 130 mm Drum at the rear.
It has telescopic shock at the front and twin gas shock at the rear.
This bike has a tubeless tyre of (80/100 x 17) at the front and (100/90 x 17) Tubeless tyre at the back wheel.
In terms of Dimensions.
This new Bajaj 125 has a total length of 2042 mm and a width of 765 mm. It has a full height of 1060 mm while its seat height is 790 mm.
The ground clearance of Pulsar 125 is 165 mm, whereas the wheelbase of this bike is 1320 mm.
The new Bajaj 125 is available in 2 color options- Black Silver & Black Red.
Date of launch
It is estimated that the Pulsar 125 drum variant will enter Nepal soon.
Although the Pulsar 125 drum’s official launch is not yet confirmed, It is likely to enter the Nepali auto market within the next couple of weeks.
The Bajaj 125 drum price can be estimated to be around Rs 15,000 cheaper than Pulsar 150 disc.
At present, the 125 disc variant is priced at Rs 2 26,900.
The Pulsar 125, launched by Bajaj in India last year, has managed to do well in the Indian and Nepali markets.
But in terms of the Indian market, the drum brake variant is 7,000 Indian rupees cheaper than the Indian market disc.
Here are the major specifications of the new Bajaj 125 drum.
- Displacement: 124.4 cc
- Type: Signal cylinder, two valves, Air-cooled, Twin Spark BSVI Compliant DTS-i engine.
- Max power: 11.8 PS at 8500 rpm.
- Max torque: 10.8 Nm at 6500 rpm.
- Compression ratio: 10.3:1
- Brakes: Front Disc & Drum Rear
- Wheels: Alloy
- Fuel tank capacity: 11.5 L
- Seat height: 790 mm.
- Ground Clearance: 165 mm.
- Wheelbase: 1320 mm.
- Available Colors: Black Silver & Black Red.
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