Bajaj Pulsar 125 offered with cash discount and low down payment offers for Diwali: Here are the details.
Like all the other models from Bajaj’s product portfolio in India, the smallest and least powerful version of Pulsar on sale, the Pulsar 125, is offered with festive benefits till Diwali. The Bajaj Pulsar 125, which is offered in three variants is available with a cash discount and a low downpayment scheme, both of which are applicable till the eve of Diwali.
Benefits offered on Bajaj Pulsar 125 for Diwali and the festive season
The most affordable model of Bajaj Pulsar on sale, the Pulsar 125 is being offered with a flat cash discount of Rs 3,000 for all of its three variants – Drum, Disc and Carbon. In addition to the cash discount, all three variants of the Bajaj Pulsar 125 can also be purchased with a low downpayment scheme of just Rs 2,999. However, the low down payment scheme will be offered only to customers with a good track record with no cases of default in previously-taken loans.
Apart from the Pulsar 125, the other versions of the Pulsar, ranging from the Pulsar 150 to Pulsar RS 200, are also being offered with attractive cash discounts varying between Rs 3000-5000, along with minimum down payment schemes of Rs 3,999.
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About Bajaj Pulsar 125
Bajaj launched the Pulsar 125 in 2019 as a more affordable version of the performance commuter. Sharing its overall design and equipment list with the bigger Pulsar 150, the Bajaj Pulsar 125 is offered in three variants – Drum, Disc and Carbon. While the Drum variant has a 130mm drum brake, the other two variants come with a 240mm disc brake at the front, with the Carbon variant having more premium glossy paint scheme options. All three variants are available with both long single-seat and split-seat options too, further increasing their versatility and options for the customers.
The Bajaj Pulsar 125 is powered by a four-stroke, single-cylinder, 124.4cc engine, which features the brand’s DTS-i technology and is paired with a 5-speed transmission. The engine produces a maximum power output of 11.8 PS, while the peak torque output is rated at 10.8 Nm. The Pulsar 125 shares the rest of the hardware with the Pulsar 150, including its suspension setup – telescopic forks at the front and twin gas-charged coil springs at the rear, and the tyres – 80/100-17 front and 100/90-17 rear tubeless tyres.