Bajaj Auto added a new split seat variant to their existing Pulsar 125 range, priced at Rs 79,091. The new Pulsar 125 Split Seat is powered by a 125cc BS6 DTS-i engine, with a power output of 11.8 PS and 10.8 Nm torque. The new Pulsar 125 split seat will be available in neon green (on matte black), black silver and black red colour options across all Bajaj Auto dealerships in India.
The Pulsar 125 Split Seat is priced around Rs 7500 more than the base drum brake variant of the Pulsar 125, and around Rs 3000 more than the disc brake equipped Pulsar 125. It is around Rs 800 dearer than its nearest rival, the Honda SP125 disc brake, which is priced at Rs 78,312. Both of these 125cc motorcycles offer a 5-speed gearbox, and while the Honda also makes a good case for sportiness itself with its tank extensions and more modern wheel design, we can’t deny that making the Pulsar 125 look like it has inherited the seat from the Pulsar 220 does add quite a bit of sportiness to it.