Is The New Bajaj Pulsar A 150cc Or A 125cc?

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Author: Soubhik Mridha

A popular Pulsar motorbikes are most likely the next in line to receive aesthetic improvements and perhaps some performance boosts.

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New Bajaj Pulsar A 150cc 125cc

In that regard, Bajaj Pulsar 125 and Pulsar 150 will be the top contenders of bajaj revenue.

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Pulsar 150 rear suspension will be monoshock, as opposed to the regular Pulsar 150's twin gas-filled shock absorbers.

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Pulsar N125 and Pulsar 150 features

The underbelly exhaust, as opposed to the conventional-looking upswept exhaust utilised with the contemporary Pulsar 150.

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While the Pulsar 250, N160, and even the NS125 feature split-seat designs,

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The Pulsar N125 and new-generation Pulsar 150 are probably going to have a single-piece seat instead.

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In third, fourth, and fifth gear, it possesses the best available torque in its class and the fastest passing acceleration.

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Performance

Noise and vibration levels have been decreased while gear changes have been made smoother.

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The Pulsar N125 and the new Pulsar 150 are likely to get a similar set of enhancements.

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The Pulsar N125 will function as an upgrade to the existing NS125.

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In its present configuration, the NS125 produces 11 Nm of maximum torque at 7,000 rpm.

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And 12 PS of maximum power at 8,500 rpm. A 5-speed constant mesh gearbox is connected to it.

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