From the history, Bajaj Motorcycles has
always been in a highlight in Nepal. The Pulsar series became one of the most famous
two-wheelers brand penetrating the Nepalese Auto-Industry. Becoming one of the most
popular and far-fetched motorcycle, the amount of love NS series got from the
Nepalese crowd is overwhelming. Loved by most Nepalese, it became one of the most
renowned game-changer in Nepalese two-wheeler industry. Why it was able to attract
the heart of many Nepalese Customers? the reasons may vary. Either with its
speed, or masculine body or enigmatic design, The NS series of the Pulsar was
able to generate great momentum in Nepalese history. In this ever-famous NS
series, the Bajaj has now launched NS 125.
Launching publicly silent few weeks before in India, Pulsar Ns 125 motorcycle also started gaining traction in Nepal. Despite of having the smallest engine, Pulsar NS 125 is already in the one-to-watch list of many two-wheelers’ lovers. The typical NS series had 160cc engine, but with the increasing demand in the variation by the customers, it is now trying to enter the market with reduced engine capacity and price. The NS 125cc has now become the cheapest product line in NS series. Although, it hasn’t yet been confirmed if this product will be launched in Nepal or not; but looking at the historical trend of bike imports, no-one can completely deny that Nepalese Authentic distributor of Bajaj, Hansa Raj Hulas Chand and Company may launch this bike in Nepal as-well.
First Look of NS125 Series
The design of pulsar NS 125 is exactly alike NS160. With signature headlamp and attractive LED tail light, it accommodates similar features of having 16 L storage fuel tank and pilot lamp. The company has brought this motorcycle in the market in 4 different color variation.
Being the smallest engine Pulsar NS 125 capacitates 124.45cc engine capacity, single cylinder air cool engine. The engine can give 12 PS power and 11NM torque. It consists of 5 speed gear-box.
The NS 125 is a semi digital instrument cluster. It consists of halogen headlamp, bulb indicator, pilot lamp and CBS braking system.
Frame and weight
Pulsar NS 125 follows the perimeter framework quality developed by Bajaj. It has gross weight of 144 kilogram. It has telescope fork in front and mono-shock suspension at the rear side of it.
It is assumed and estimated that the Bajaj NS 125 may cost NPR. 2,60,000 in Nepal.