Bajaj Pulsar 125 Neon First Ride Review: Learn the Bajaj Pulsar 135? For the most long period, it was the smallest Pulsar that you could buy in India, but that must now be changed as Bajaj has reached out with the Bajaj Pulsar 125 Neon. It has been launched at the cost of about Rs 65,000 depending on which variant you favour to buy, but the question we are questioning is whether you should be purchasing this in the first place.
Beginning from the obvious, the Bajaj Pulsar 125 Neon looks precisely like the Pulsar 150 Neon,
and that’s not fundamentally a bad thing because, yes, this picture has been around for quite a considerable time now, but it is still a moderately good looking motorcycle.
Almost everything has been used over from the Pulsar 150 Neon. It includes the end, the wheels and nearly everything in between.
I say Pulsar 125 Neon First Ride about because the only difference between the 2motorcycles is that the 125 Neon has a less fuel tank as opposed to the 150 Neon. And since it is the Neon version, it too takes several differing accents all across the bike.
The wheelbase, seat length, ground clearance, well, everything else is equal. But since it has a smaller fuel tank, the kerb weight has gone down by 4 kilos, but notwithstanding that, the Pulsar 125 remains as the most massive motorcycle by at least 15 kilos in its part. And this shows in the fuel market figures too as this Pulsar is well, not the most fuel-efficient one out there.
On the flip side, what this substance helps in is becoming a more plush and pliant ride as opposed to other motorcycles in the segment.
The Pulsar 125 takes upon the roadways with comfort and can also take the city-roads like a champ,
and the relaxed riding site means you can ride this vehicle for long durations with ease, so no charges in the riding department whatsoever.
Which brings us an engine, is not engine Bajaj Discover 125 but rather, has been obtained from the Pulsar 150. Thanks to a lower box this season around, it is now a 124.4cc engine. It produces 12 PS of power and 11 Nm of torque, and that gives it the most powerful 125cc bike in India, next to the KTM Duke 125, of course. As a result, this adds more to the ride quality as the motorcycle has punch whenever wanted. And the fact that it has a five-speed transmission helps even also.
But, while the engine is powerful, some vibrations can be felt within the foot-pegs post 6,000 RPM.
but then again, this is not a vehicle that would be ridden at the limit.
What works in favour of the Pulsar 125 is that great, it offers a wealth of access to those needing to get into the Bajaj Pulsar family range
and want an excellent 125cc motorcycle that carries the looks and the proportions of a bigger, 150cc bike.
Yes, the Bajaj Pulsar 150 Neon is rated agonisingly close to the Pulsar 125 Neon, but at the top of the day,
The Pulsar 125 hits a right spot of offering the same package while being more fuel-efficient than the 150 while still being the most powerful 125 in the market. And that gives it a great option to consider.