Wednesday, April 17, 2024

Next-Gen Bajaj Pulsar N125 Or P125 Spotted Testing

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Bajaj Auto is working on an onslaught of new generation of Pulsars that will find their underpinnings being borrowed from the all-new Pulsar 250s. The most powerful Pulsars not only debuted with a bigger engine but also a chassis that will make it to other motorcycles in the Pulsar portfolio. And now, spy shots have emerged of the next generation Bajaj Pulsar 125 being on test in Pune. The big update on the new Pulsar 125 will be the new styling that appears to be more flamboyant than the current model.

The test mule also appears to be in the finishing stages too. The Pulsar 125 gets a “P” treatment to the headlight or “N” treatment is yet to be seen. This is something we saw in the P150 which was discontinued and the N150 which was bought later matching to the N250 and N160.

The cosmetics of the new 125 and 150 of the same platform as the 250 and 160 motorcycles are going to be different. The upcoming new Bajaj Pulsar 125 is likely to carry a derivative of the new Pulsar 250’s frame and swingarm. The hardware also gets noticeable changes such as smaller forks, brakes wheels, and tires. The chassis and the swingarm are the two things that will taken from the 250/160 motorcycles.


The test mule also gets a dual-piece seat instead of split units seen on the Pulsar 250s. Bajaj is likely to retain the heel and toe shifter on the next-gen Pulsar 125 with a chain cover. Power will come from a 125cc motor that will be air-cooled making around 13 PS of power and 12 Nm of torque from 2-valve single spark engine. Dual spark engine will be done with as time passes by. Single channel ABS will be offered as an option very likely.

There’s no word on when the new Pulsar 125 will arrive but the model appears nearly production-ready and could arrive in the second half of the year. The bike maker is certainly planning a busy year ahead yet again just like 2023. These are significant moves from Bajaj Auto. From premium 400cc to CNG bikes and from these 125cc to upgrading the 250’s. There is only manufacturer which is getting aggressive like this and that is surprisingly Hero Motocorp.

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