Bajaj’s Stealthy Pulsar N125 Caught Testing – A Game-Changer?

Pulsar N125

Bajaj, the Indian motorcycle powerhouse, has been quietly revamping its popular Pulsar lineup. The latest buzz? The all-new Pulsar N125, caught testing under wraps, promising a fresh contender in the 125cc segment.

Pulsar N125 Has New Look, Familiar Feel

The N125 is turning heads with a design that echoes its bigger sibling, the Pulsar N150. A muscular fuel tank and sleek LED projector headlights with DRLs give it a bold presence. While the indicators might be traditional bulbs, the overall package is modern and aggressive.

Pulsar N125

Comfort and Control

Spy shots reveal a split-seat setup and a wide, tall handlebar, suggesting a comfortable, upright riding position perfect for city commutes. Mid-set footpegs and an underbelly exhaust complete the package.

Power Play: A New Engine?

Bajaj may surprise us with a brand-new 125cc engine under the hood. This is big news, as their current 125cc lineup hasn’t seen major updates recently. A new engine could mean better performance and fuel efficiency, giving the N125 an edge against rivals like the TVS Raider 125 and Hero Xtreme 125R.

Tech-Savvy Rider’s Dream

Borrowing from the N150, the N125 is expected to sport a fully digital LCD instrument console with smartphone connectivity. It’ll likely have an updated switchgear with a mysterious ‘M’ button, hinting at additional features we can’t wait to discover.

Pulsar N125

Solid Foundation and Stopping Power

Underneath, the N125 appears to have a diamond frame and box-section swingarm, providing stability and handling. A telescopic fork and monoshock suspension will likely ensure a smooth ride, while disc brakes in the front and drum brakes at the rear offer reliable stopping power. The stylish 17-inch alloy wheels and tyre hugger add to the sporty look.

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Launch and Pricing

Motorcycle enthusiasts won’t have to wait long. The Bajaj Pulsar N125 is anticipated to hit the market around October or November 2024, just in time for the festive season. With an expected price tag of around ₹1 lakh (ex-showroom), it’s poised to be a fierce competitor in the 125cc arena.

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The Future of 125cc?

If the spy shots are any indication, the Bajaj Pulsar N125 could redefine expectations for 125cc motorcycles. It’s a bike that could offer a blend of style, comfort, technology, and performance – all at an attractive price point. Will it be the new king of the 125cc segment? Only time will tell.

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