Amid of the automobile industry slowdown, Bajaj Auto has a reason for celebration. The Pune-based two-wheeler manufacturer has released its Q2 FY2020 performance report that states the company has earned profit after paying tax of over Rs 1,500 crore. The company also confirmed that the Bajaj Pulsar 125 has achieved over 40,000 units sales mark within two months of its launch. Read: Bajaj Chetak Electric – Each & Every Detail
Launched in August 2019, the Bajaj Pulsar 125 has been made available in two variants – Drum and Disc – priced at Rs 64,000 and Rs 66,618 respectively. Features such as Pulsar 150-inspired graphics, engine cowl and split seat are reserved for the more premium model that’s available at select locations at price of Rs 70,618.
For power, the Bajaj Pulsar 125 uses a 125 cc single-cylinder, air-cooled DTS-i engine that’s first-in-segment to feature counter-balancer for refined riding experience. This BS4 motor with a carburettor returns a claimed power of 12PS and 11Nm of torque. Check Out – Bajaj Avenger 400 Might Look Like This
Similar to the Pulsar range, the Bajaj Pulsar 125 comes fitted with the conventional telescopic front forks and gas-charged, twin-sided rear springs suspension unit. While the entry-level variant gets drum brakes on both wheels, the top-end model comes with front disc brake. The commuter also gets the standard CBS (Combined Braking System) technology.