Bajaj Pulsar NS 125 Price in Nepal : Specs, Features
Pulsar NS 125 is now available in Nepal thanks to HH Bajaj. In the history of Indian two-wheelers, this model was highly awaited.
Finally, HH Bajaj, Nepal’s exclusive dealer of Bajaj motorcycles, has unveiled a brand new model.
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The Bajaj Pulsar NS125 is the company’s smallest naked sports motorbike. It’s also the first motorcycle produced by the firm to meet the standards set by the BS6 standard.
So, with everything out of the way, let’s take a closer look at the newest Bajaj NS 125, beginning with a general overview and progressing to the features and specifications.
The all-new PULSAR NS 125 BS6 is a bold, assertive and powerful motorcycle designed for riders who are looking to make an impact with their presence.
With its muscular looks, intimidating stance and aggressive styling, this bike commands attention wherever it goes.
The PULSAR NS 125 BS6 provides strong performance on the city roads and perfect ride comfort along highways. In addition to this, its sturdy perimeter frame helps you take sharp curves confidently while the digital Dual Channel Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) ensures reliable braking in even the most demanding conditions. Ride in style and make your way through traffic with the all-new PULSAR NS125 BS6!
The Bajaj NS125 is the most up-to-date and modern version of the NS family of motorcycles. According to the manufacturer, this bike will give young, risk-taking riders the chance to experience the rush of dynamic sport.
The bold appearance of the Pulsar NS 125 is meant to attract a younger clientele. This motorcycle shares a lot of design cues with its bigger brothers, the NS160 and NS200, but it’s certainly a head-turner for any rider.
The wolf-eyed headlights and twin position lamps up front give it a sporty appearance, befitting its status as a budget-friendly sports commuter motorbike. A relaxed riding position is ensured by the clip-on handlebar.
Aerodynamic body parts and fairing are also painted with a shiny metallic paint. The bike features split-style seats and a sporty pillion grabrail at the back, as well as fashionable infinity twin-strip LED tail lamps.
Other features include a beefy fuel tank, engine cowl, underbody exhaust, and split-style alloy wheels. In general, this motorcycle’s Naked Streetfighter aesthetic is undeniably striking.
It has four brand-new colour options: Burnt Red, Pewter Grey, Fiery Orange, and Saffire Blue for the paint job.
A 125cc single-cylinder SOHC twin-spark air-cooled motor provides propulsion for the base-level Pulsar NS. Its peak power is at 8,500 rpm (12 bhp) and peak torque is at 7,000 rpm (11 Nm).
This BS6-compliant engine is fed by a brand-new electric carburetor and paired with a 5-speed manual gearbox. The most recent engine and technology in the Bajaj Pulsar NS125 provide for better ignition timing, a more consistent flow of power, and a very responsive throttle.
It’s intriguing that this bike is said to get around 65 Kmpl in actual road conditions. For a bike with a 125cc engine, the 112 Kph peak speed is quite impressive.
The dimensions for the NS 125 are 2,012 millimetres in length, 810 millimetres in width, and 1,078 millimetres in height. It’s already light at 141 kg, but the low kerb weight makes it a breeze to move around.
Additionally, the 178mm of ground clearance is sufficient for the rough roads in Nepal. The seat is 805 mm from the ground, and the car has a 1352 mm wheelbase.
A total of 12 litres of fuel can be stored in the tank, with 2.57 litres set aside for reserve use. Finally, the Pulsar NS 125 is one of the largest motorcycles in its class due to its generous dimensions.
The Pulsar 125 NS, like other NS models, is constructed on the company’s trademark perimeter chassis. There appears to be no difference in the suspension either, as both have front telescopic forks and a single rear Nitrox shock.
Both the front and rear brakes, a 240mm disc up front and a 130mm drum in the back, are in good working order. Better stopping power is provided by the CBS (combined braking system).
Tubeless tyres on alloy wheels, size 80/100-17 up front and 100/90-17 out back, improve the vehicle’s manoeuvrability and steering precision.
Some of the NS 125’s most notable features are as follows:
- BS6-compliant DTS-i engine
- Analog Digital Instrument Cluster
- Perimeter Frame
- Telescopic Front Forks
- Nitrox Mono Rear Suspension
- Front Disc Brake
- Combined Braking System
- Split-style Alloy Wheels
- Tubeless Tyres
- Sporty Naked Design
- Aggressive Muscular Styling
- Iconic Wolf-eyed Headlamps
- Twin-strip LED Tail Lamps
- Under Belly Exhaust
Bajaj Pulsar NS 125 Specification
|Engine and Transmission|
|Engine Type||4-Stroke, SOHC 4-Valve, Air Cooled, BSVI Compliant DTS-i Ei Engine|
|Max Torque||11 Nm @ 7000 rpm|
|No. of Cylinders||1|
|Cooling System||Air Cooled|
|Valve Per Cylinder||2|
|Starting||Kick and Self Start|
|Fuel Supply||Fuel Injection|
|Gear Box||5 speed constant mesh|
|Instrument Console||Analogue and Digital|
|Features and Safety|
|Braking Type||Combine Braking System|
|Mileage and Performance|
|City Mileage||64.75 kmpl|
|Highway Mileage||56.46 kmpl|
|Acceleration (0-80 Kmph)||12.27s|
|Acceleration (0-100 Kmph)||25.85s|
|Quarter Mile||21.15 s @ 95.10 kmph|
|Roll-ons (30-70 kmph)||7.81s|
|Roll-ons (40-80 kmph)||10.53s|
|Braking (60-0 Kmph)||21.36 m, 2.92 secm|
|Braking (80-0 Kmph)||39.68 m, 3.86 secm|
|Chassis and Suspension|
|Body Type||Sports Bikes|
|Dimensions and Capacity|
|Fuel Capacity||12 Ltr.|
|Saddle Height||805 mm|
|Ground Clearance||179 mm|
|Kerb Weight||144 kg|
|Turn Signal Lamp||Bulb|
|LED Tail Lights||Yes|
|Low Fuel Indicator||Yes|
|Tyres and Brakes|
|Front Brake Diameter||240 mm|
|Rear Brake Diameter||130 mm|
|0-40 Kmph (sec)||3.28s|
|0-100 Kmph (sec)||25.85s|
|Top Speed||103.29 kmph|
|Power to Weight Ratio (PS/tonne)||83.3|
|Motor & Battery|
|Peak Power||11.99 PS @ 8500 rpm|
|Drive Type||Chain Drive|
|Battery Capacity||12 V / 8 Ah|
|Suspension Rear||Mono shocks|
|Tyre Size||Front :-80/100-17 Rear :-100/90-17|
|Wheel Size||Front :-431.8 mm,Rear :-431.8 mm|
Bajaj Pulsar NS 125 Price in Nepal 2023
As for rivals, the Bajaj Pulsar NS 125 and the TVS Raider 125 will go head to head in the 125cc class. Until then, the market’s reaction should be very interesting.
Bajaj NS 125 in Nepal can be purchased for a price of Rs. 2,79,900 Nepalese Rupees.
These prices put the motorcycle Rs. 28,000 over the cost of a basic Pulsar 125. The standard Pulsar 125 current price is set at Rs. 2,51,900 in Nepali market.
The high price tag is understandable considering the high quality of the mechanical components and the cutting edge engine technology.
Presently, NS 125 is accessible nationwide. For additional details, visit a local Bajaj showroom.