Bajaj Pulsar 125 Classic (Split-Seat) Starts Reaching Dealerships

One of the most affordable motorcycles under the Pulsar moniker, Bajaj Pulsar 125 Neon has been recently launched by the brand in India at a price tag of INR 66,618. Now shortly after its launch, the brand has introduced a new higher-spec variant of the Pulsar 125, which features a split seat setup. The recent reports suggest that the brand will be christening the motorcycle as Pulsar 125 Classic, removing the “Neon” suffix altogether. The newly-revealed motorcycle has started reaching the Bajaj dealerships and is available for bookings.

Featuring a host of visual differences, the new Bajaj Pulsar 125 Classic is based on the Pulsar 150 Twin Disc. The motorcycle features a split seat setup in addition to featuring distinguished graphics. The bike gets fuel tank extensions, engine belly pan, as well as a regular chrome-finished tank badge. The customers can avail the motorcycle in two colour variants namely: Red-Black and Blue-Black.

Bajaj Pulsar 125 Split Seat Bookings Open
Bajaj Pulsar 125 Split Seat Bookings Open

Apart from the cosmetic changes, the motorcycle remains mechanically unaltered. According to the reports, the Bajaj Pulsar 125 Classic is expected to get a premium of INR 2000-3000 over the Neon variant. One can expect the brand to price it in close vicinity to the price tag of its elder sibling Pulsar 150 Neon, which is available for INR 71,200 (ex-showroom).

Pulsar 125 Classic Specs

  • Engine Description – 124.4cc, Air-Cooled, Single Cylinder
  • Fuel System – Carburettor
  • Cooling – Air Cooling
  • Displacement – 124.4 cc
  • Maximum Power 12 HP @ 8500 rpm
  • Maximum Power – 11 Nm @ 6500 rpm
  • Number of Cylinders – 1
  • Number of Gears – 5
  • Front Brake – 240mm Disc
  • Rear Brake – 130mm Drum
  • Front Suspension – Telescopic, with anti-friction bush
  • Rear Suspension – 5 way adjustable, Nitrox shock absorbers
  • Overall Length – 2055 mm
  • Overall Width – 755 mm
  • Overall Height – 1060 mm
  • Ground Clearance – 165 mm
  • Seat Height – 790 mm
  • Wheelbase – 1320 mm
  • Kerb/Wet Weight – 140 kg
  • Fuel Tank Capacity – 11.5 litres
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Bajaj Pulsar 125 Classic (Split-Seat) Starts Reaching Dealerships
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