The Bajaj Pulsar 135LS is the entry level model in the Pulsar range, which caters to customers looking for a commuter bike with a sporty character. The Pulsar range of motorcycles is a money spinner for Bajaj in India. It was the first Pulsar to feature a four valve head and had power ratings very close to its sibling the Pulsar 150.
The Bajaj Pulsar 135LS is the entry level model in the Pulsar range,
which caters to customers looking for a commuter bike with a sporty
character. The Pulsar range of motorcycles is a money spinner for Bajaj in India. It was the first Pulsar to feature a four valve head and had power ratings very close to its sibling the Pulsar 150.
The motorcycle gets a 135cc, single cylinder air-cooled engine four valve engine that produces 13.56bhp and 11.4Nm of torque. Paired with a 5-speed gearbox, the 135cc unit allows the motorcycle to hit a top speed of 112kmph. It gets telescopic front suspension with anti-friction bush and five way adjustable nitrox shock absorbers at the rear. It is 1,995mm long, 765mm wide and 1,045mm tall with a wheelbase of 1,325mm and tips the scales at 121 kgs.
The Pulsar 135LS is available in three colours – black, blue and red. The motorcycle is priced at Rs 60,704 (ex-showroom) and it competes with the Honda CBF Stunner, Hero Ignitor.
I am using my pulsar 135 ls from last 7-8 years. And u wont believe its performance is still like the new one. This is the best bike in its competition. Its accelerates too fast and its top end is good too. The riding posture of the bike is brilliant and it has got soft
I have LS135 for almost 4 years now. used it for daily commute and some long distance tours. bike never caused any problem. It is a good looking bike. one problem i had was vibration on foot pegs after 6000rpm. other than that no problem. always got 50-55 mileage. Main
Good like it to much .Good control.Second gear problem.Remaining is all ok. Maintain bike service after every 3000km. Don't use bike to race .Drive it in slow speed felling enjoy. Bike looks is awesome. I ride my bike about 18000km. Little bit problem in bike .Shaft ch
Bajaj has pulled the plug on the Pulsar 135LS for the Indian market. With this move, the Pulsar family now starts with the Pulsar 150 which is priced at Rs 74,074 (ex-showroom).
6 changes on the 2017 Bajaj Pulsar 135
10 February 2017
The Pulsar 135 was the most ignored Pulsar by Bajaj. It was always marketed as an entry-level performance bike but didn't have the right body proportions and the feel. So over a period of time, the Pulsar 135 didn't find a lot of buyers. Bajaj has finally decided to make a...
2017 Bajaj Pulsar 135LS spotted at dealership
05 December 2016
Ranjan R. Bhat
The 2017 Bajaj Pulsar 135LS has been spotted at a dealership. Apart from getting a few cosmetic changes, the new Pulsar 135LS has also been updated to meet BS IV emission norms.