The Pulsar 125 will now have a maximum power of 11.08 PS but the 0.2 PS reduction in the maximum power should not affect the overall riding experience.
However, Bajaj Auto has made some changes to make it compliant with the BS-VI emission norms. For eg, a fuel-injection system introduced that will ensure faster throttle response and a better fuel economy.
An improved exhaust system with an optional catalytic converter and oxygen sensor will also help lower the harmful emissions.
The 124.4 cc engine will produce a maximum power of 8.68 kW or 11.8 PS at 8,500 rpm at its BS-VI state of tune. The power output is slightly lower than before (8.83 kW or 12 PS) and the overall riding performance shouldn’t affect.
The revised engine’s peak torque output is still uncertain. But it will definitely be close at 6,500 rpm as before-11 Nm. As for the transmission, the BS-VI Pulsar 125 will also find its way into the 5-speed gearbox.
The proportions of left unchanged. The Bajaj Pulsar 125 will still 2.055 mm long. And 755 mm wide and 1.060 mm high, and have a wheelbase of 1.320 mm. The same could be said about the new motorcycle’s style, features, and machine parts.
Options such as a semi-digital instrument cluster, supportive single-piece seat, alloy wheels, upfront telescopic suspension, twin-gas-charged rear shock absorbers, wolf-eyed halogen headlights, etc. will be carried in.
The BS-VI Pulsar 125 will be very similar to their BS-IV equivalent in terms of styling, design, and cycle parts.
In other reports, the first 250 cc motorcycle by Bajaj Auto, the Dominar 250. Expected to launch this month as well. The firm recently released the first video preview for the wheel.
BS-VI Bajaj Avenger 220 Cruise walkaround video. That showed that the new motorcycle had already started to arrive at Bajaj Auto dealerships. Now the BS-VI Avenger 160 is also entering the company’s sales outlets as per a new development.