Updated On: 4 June 2021 Shakti Nath Jha
Bajaj Auto has recently launched the all-new 2021 Bajaj Pulsar NS 125 BS6 in the Indian market. The NS 125 is now the youngest member of the Pulsar NS (naked streetfighter) family. The Bajaj Pulsar NS family also includes the Pulsar NS 160 and the flagship Pulsar NS 200. Today, in this article, we have shared with you the Pros and Cons of the new 2021 Bajaj Pulsar NS 125 BS6.
Looks Identical To Its Elder Siblings - The new Bajaj Pulsar NS 125 looks completely identical to its elder siblings, namely the NS 160 and the NS 200. This is a good thing for the NS 125 buyers as the common people out on the streets will assume it to be a motorcycle with higher displacement. The new Pulsar NS 125 is available in four colour shades. They are Beach Blue, Fiery Orange, Burnt Red and Pewter Grey.
Punchy Performance - The new Pulsar NS 125 offers punchy performance, considering it is just a 125cc machine. The motorcycle is powered by a new BS6 compliant 124.4cc single-cylinder, air-cooled, fuel-injected DTS-i engine. This motor churns out 12 PS of maximum power at 8500 RPM and 11 Nm of peak torque at 7000 RPM. The engine comes mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox.
Good Hardware - The new Pulsar NS 125 boasts good hardware. Unlike the regular 125cc commuters in this segment, the new Pulsar NS 125 is based on a superior perimeter frame. The motorcycle gets telescopic forks at the front and a mono-shock absorber at the rear. For braking duties, it gets a disc brake at the front and a drum unit at the rear with CBS. Also, the new Pulsar NS 125 runs on 17-inch tubeless tyres. The front tyre of the bike measures 100/80-17 while the rear one is a 100/90 section 17-inch unit.
Decent Features - As we all know, most Pulsar motorcycles are decently loaded with features and the same is the case with the Pulsar NS 125. It sports a semi-analogue semi-digital instrument cluster that shows all the ride-related information. That being said, it doesn't get any fancy features.
Price - The biggest con of the new Bajaj Pulsar NS 125 is its price. The new 2021 Bajaj Pulsar NS 125 BS6 has been launched in India at Rs. 93,690, Ex-showroom Delhi. It costs 20,000 rupees more than the base variant of the Pulsar 125 Neon and 18,000 rupees less than the Pulsar NS 160. That being said, we all must admit that the NS 125 is quite expensive for a 125cc bike.
Weight - The Bajaj Pulsar NS 125 packs in some good hardware and so it is quite heavy too. The motorcycle weighs around 144 kilograms.
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