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Segment 143.91 CC
Mileage 51 Km per Litre
USP Power packed muscular look.
|Layout||Single-cylinder, air-cooled, four-stroke||Front Suspension||Telescopic fork|
|Displacement||143.91cc||Rear Suspension||Double-sided swingarm|
|Max power||11.82bhp at 8500rpm|
|Max Torque||1.10kgm at 7000rpm|
|Specific output||82.13bhp per litre|
|Power to weight||89.54bhp per tonne|
|Torque to weight||8.33kgm per tonne|
|Valve gear||2 valves per cyl, sohc|
|Ignition and fuel||CDI electronic|
|Type||5-speed constant mesh||Front Tyre Size||17" x 90/ 90|
|Ratios/kph per 1000rpm||1st 2.93/4.0, 2nd 1.88/6.3, 3rd 1.38/8.6, 4th 1.08/11.0, 5th 0.92/12.9||Rear Tyre Size||15" x 130/ 90|
|Main/ Reserve||14 L/ 3.4 L||System Voltage||12 V AC|
|Headlamp||60/ 55W (Halogen)|
|Horn||12 V AC|
|Fuel tank capacity||18 litres|
True to its catchy punchline 'definitely male' Bajaj Pulsar has been dressed with strong masculine looks with sturdy engine technology that generates awesome 150 cc of power to rule the roads. The stunning body outline, eye-catching graphics and the power of engine makes Pulsar a tough contender amongst other players, like Hero Honda, Honda and TVS, in this segment.
The Bajaj Pulsar is the most powerful and torquey in the 125cc class of bikes. The vehicle is styled and built to appeal to the more discerning type of buyer. Developed by Bajaj Auto Ltd. in association with the Japanese design house Tokyo R&D, Pulsar is the first bike market in India solely under the Bajaj brand.
The motorcycle is fully loaded with a self-starter. It has alloy rims, powerful engine, gas-charged shock absorbers and many more features which will not make wrong to this segment buyer.