We share the important Pulsar 125 specs in this story; along with a ground clearance of 165 mm, it has a seat height of 790 mm.
Nobody can predict how well will the smallest Pulsar 125 be received in the market. The new ABS ruling has taken the brand Pulsar higher up the pedestal and the 125cc model is an attempt to keep/bring it as accessible as possible.
As a result of the smaller engine, absence of ABS (Pulsar 125 is equipped with CBS) and some other changes, Pulsar 125 Neon is cheaper than its elder sibling Pulsar 125 by upto Rs 7000. However, at a starting price tag of Rs 64,000 it is not cheap for sure – it is costlier or priced at par with the premium models in this 125cc segment like Shine SP, Glamour FI etc. Here is the launch article.
Let us quickly talk about its specifications in this story.
Pulsar 125 Specs
- Pulsar 125 is powered by a 124.4 cc, single cylinder engine which can produce 12 PS of peak power at 8500 rpm and 11 Nm of max torque at 6500 rpm. These are very respectable numbers for this segment.
- It is paired with a 5-speed gearbox.
- It measures 2055 mm in length, 755 mm in width, 1060 mm in height and has a wheelbase of 1320 mm.
- Pulsar 125 has a ground clearance of 165 mm and a seat height of 790 mm.
- Despite the usage of a smaller engine, Pulsar 125 weighs 140 kg kerb, which is on the higher side when we consider this segment.
- It has a fuel tank capacity of 11.5 liters.
- Along with the standard 130 mm rear drum brakes, buyers have the option to chose between 170 mm drum or 240 mm disc brakes for the front.
- It is equipped with 80/100 and 100/90 tyres at the front and rear respectively – both 17 inchers.
- Pulsar 125 has a power to weight ratio of 85.7 PS/ton.
The motorcycle has started reaching dealerships and you can consider it if you are looking for a smaller, fuel efficient machine with 150cc like looks.