2024 Pulsar NS125 Also Launched at 1.05 Lac; What’s Changed?

2024 Pulsar NS125 changes list include updates to the instrument cluster and headlamp. With added features does it pose a threat to the Raider?

Of the complete NS range, it is only the NS125 that wasn’t updated last year with upside down forks, dual channel ABS and other stuff. However, Bajaj has given the 2024 updates to all the Pulsar NS models in the portfolio. Which means that the Pulsar NS125 – the smallest of them all, has also been updated for this year – with all the three big updates (but with a minor change).

2024 Pulsar NS125 Changes

  • The 2024 Pulsar NS125 has received the same full digital instrument cluster like the rest of the updated Pulsar line-up. Which means the original analog-digital display has finally been relieved from all duties!
  • The same all-LED headlamp is now a part of the motorcycle. It comes with lightening-bolt like LED DRLs on the sides with the major illuminator being an LED unit as well.
  • The motorcycle now also receives smartphone pairability via Bluetooth. You can make use of the Bajaj Ride Connect app and connect to your motorcycle for additional rider info. The display now shows fuel consumption, average fuel economy, gear position, phone notifications, etc.
2024 pulsar ns125 changes

The difference however, is that, the baby NS125 does not get the turn-by-turn navigation that its elder siblings – NS160 and the NS200 have received.

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2024 Pulsar NS125 Price

New Pulsar NS125Rs 1,04,922
*price ex-showroom Delhi

With all these updates, the price of the NS125 has risen by Rs 5351 and for the first time it has crossed that Rs 1 Lakh mark. On the other hand, arch-rival TVS Raider, which is doing phenomenally well, starts from Rs 95,219 (and tops at Rs 1,02,770).

It will be interesting to see, if the Pulsar NS125, with its performance and bulky looks advantage can take up the fight with TVS’ sporty 125, now that it is feature loaded as well.