Bajaj Pulsar 125 the smallest Pulsar in the range.
It was launched on August 14, 2019.
Sales have crossed 40,000 units since then.
The Bajaj Pulsar 125 was launched on 14 August, and since then it has sold over 40,000 units, which makes it the most successful Pulsar in the range today.
The Bajaj Pulsar 125 is powered by an engine derived from the Pulsar 150, with a shorter stroke. It has two spark plugs and even a counterbalancer to reduce vibrations. The current engine is a BS lV unit and generates 12 bhp and 11 Nm via carburetion.
The brakes are linked brakes since its engine displacement means it is not required by law to have an ABS system.
The 40,000 figure looks impressive when compared to the other Pulsars. It also has handily outsold Bajaj’s other 125cc models: the Discover 125 sold 777 units in August 2019, and the V12 had no sales.
Bajaj’s other brand, KTM, sold 2697 units of the 125 Duke. However, the leaders of the 125cc segment clocked the following figures in August alone: Hero Glamour, 60,706 units; Hero Splendor 125, 42,581 units, and the Honda CB Shine clocked 87,434 units.