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Bajaj Pulsar 125: Variants Explained

30 March 2022, 03:14 PM Suvil Susvirkar
Bajaj Pulsar 125: Variants Explained

Bajaj Auto’s entry-level Pulsar model, the Pulsar 125 is available in two variants in the Indian market. The two models are very similar to each other, although the more premium variant gets a few extra styling elements and it retails are a premium price tag. Here we explain the differences and the similarities between the Bajaj Pulsar 125 single-seat and Pulsar 125 split-seat variants.


Both variants pack a similar design that is inspired by the bigger Pulsar models. Thus, the Pulsar 125 range gets a body-coloured headlight cowl, a tinted visor, a muscular fuel tank with bolted shrouds, five-spoke alloy wheels, and a side-slung exhaust. The base version uses a single-piece seat and a one-piece pillion grabrail. The premium variant, on the other hand, gets split-style seats and a sportier pillion grabrail. This version also gets an engine cowl with matching graphics. Both variants get a halogen headlight with LED DRLs, an LED taillight, and a semi-digital instrument cluster.

Bajaj Pulsar 125 Right Side View


The differences are limited to the styling changes mentioned above. Everything else is identical on both variants. Thus, the Pulsar 125 single-seat and Pulsar 125 split-seat variants carry similar paint options. The colour choices include three options – Solar Red, Neon Silver, and Neon Green.


The hardware on both variants include telescopic front forks and gas-charged twin rear springs to handle the suspension tasks. Both variants are available in drum and disc variants. The disc variant brings a disc brake on the front wheel. The safety net comprises combined braking system. The 17-inch alloy wheels get matching stripes and tubeless tyres.

Bajaj Pulsar 125 Right Side View


The Pulsar 125 series is powered by a 124.4cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine. Linked to a five-speed gearbox, the motor is tuned to produce 11.64bhp at 8,500rpm and 10.8Nm of peak torque at 6,500rpm. While the power and torque output is identical, the single-seat variant is two kilogram lighter than the split-seat version (140kg vs 142kg - kerb weight).


The split-seat variant carries a marginal price premium over the single-seat version. Check out the complete price list (as on March 2022) below:

Pulsar 125 Drum: Rs 80,090

Pulsar 125 Disc: Rs 83,578

Pulsar 125 Split Seat Drum: Rs 82,701

Pulsar 125 Split Seat Disc: Rs 86,432

All prices are ex-showroom, Delhi

Bajaj Pulsar 125

Bajaj Pulsar 125

  • Displacement124.4 cc
  • Mileage - Owner Reported50 kmpl
  • Max Power(bhp)11.64 bhp
  • Kerb Weight140 kg
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Avg. Ex-showroom price

₹ 82,713

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