Bajaj Auto appears to be gearing up for the launch of a new addition to its Pulsar lineup, the Pulsar P125. This development follows closely on the heels of Bajaj’s introduction of the N150 and the removal of the P150 from its official website.
The Pulsar P150, which made its debut last year, did not garner significant market traction, leading Bajaj to replace it with the N150. However, Bajaj’s 125cc motorcycle segment continues to perform well, leaving room for a stylish commuter bike. The new Pulsar P125 seems to fill this niche with its youthful design, slender profile, and overall simplicity.
While spy shots of the Pulsar P125 remain somewhat obscured, it is expected that the new model will inherit the bodywork of its 150cc counterpart. This includes features like a single-piece headlight with LED Daytime Running Lights (DRLs), tank shrouds, split seating, and a two-part taillight. Furthermore, the Pulsar P125 is anticipated to share its engine with the existing Pulsar 125 model. Similarities extend to other aspects such as the rear footrest assembly and alloy wheel design.
In terms of suspension, the Pulsar P125 test bike is equipped with telescopic front forks and a monoshock at the rear. Braking components consist of a front disc brake paired with a rear drum brake setup.
With its distinctive design and potential for strong performance in the 125cc segment, the upcoming Bajaj Pulsar P125 is generating considerable anticipation among motorcycle enthusiasts. Stay tuned for further updates as more information becomes available about this exciting addition to the Bajaj Pulsar family.
The Bajaj Pulsar model has played a big role in the Indian motorcycle market and has been an important part of the market for motorcycles that are strong and not too expensive. It keeps getting better with new models that have the latest technology to meet the needs of modern riders.