2020 Pulsar 125 BS6 specs reveal the drop in power the motorcycle now comes with. It will also get fuel injection in this transition…
Along with others, Bajaj has updated its smallest Pulsar 125 with the upcoming BS6 compliance. Pulsar 125, which joined the lineup recently, has been amassing good sales and its makeover to the tighter emission norms was inevitable.
Pulsar 125 BS6 Specs
In a latest update, a leaked doc has revealed the specs of the 2020 Pulsar 125 BS6. The baby Pulsar now churns 8.68 KW (11.80 PS) of peak power at 8500 rpm from the same 124.38 cc engine. For reference, the current Pulsar 125 produces 8.83 KW or 12 PS of peak power at the same rpm; which means there has been a minor drop of 0.2 PS in the process.
Everything else mentioned in the document remains unchanged including the wheelbase, weight and size of the motorcycle. There will be a fuel injector now in place of the carburetor of the older variant which should negate any drop in the riding experience of the new motorcycle due to the power drop and more restrictive exhaust systems.
The styling is expected to remain absolutely same and there may be one or two new colours on offer. We do not have the torque numbers as of now; for reference, the existing Pulsar 125 produces 11 Nm at 6500 rpm.
Currently, Pulsar 125 is sold in two variants – one with front drum brakes and the top variant with front disc brakes. They cost Rs 63,616 and Rs 66,618 ex-showroom Delhi respectively. Bajaj is expected to continue with both the variants in the BS6 regime and prices are expected to rise by Rs 5000 to Rs 8000 over the current tags.
Specs source – Indianautosblog