Bajaj launches the Pulsar NS125 BS6 in Nepal

Bajaj has launched a new 125 cc entry-level sports bike in the NS-series–the NS125–in Nepal. The NS125, derived from the NS200 and the NS160, is the smallest and most affordable bike in the NS-series. The bike has been launched at an introductory price of Rs 2.79 lakh.

Design and features 

The NS125’s design is heavily inspired from its elder siblings (the NS200 and the NS160). The new bike gets an aggressive front fascia (featuring a wolf eye-inspired headlamp), clip-on handlebar, muscular tank, split seats, split grab rail, LED taillamps, under-belly exhaust. The new motorcycle is offered with four colour options: Beach blue, Pewter grey, Burnt red, Fiery orange (new). 

The NS125 comes equipped with a semi-digital instrument console; the digital part gets speedometer, fuel gauge, time indicator, odometer, side stand indicator, and tripmeter; and the analog section gets a tachometer.


The NS125 is powered by a 125 cc, 4-stroke, 4-valve, air cooled, BSVI, DTS-i Ei engine that generates a maximum power of 11.8 bhp  at 8500 rpm and a maximum torque of 11 Nm at 7000 rpm. The engine is mated to a five-speed constant mesh gearbox in order of 1-N-2-3-4-5. Furthermore, the company claims the bike can reach a top speed of 103.29 kmph. 


Specifications NS 125
Engine type4-stroke, 4-valve, air cooled, BSVI, DTS-i Ei 
Engine displacement124.45 cc
Maximum power11.8 bhp  at 8500 rpm
Maximum torque11 Nm at 7000 rpm
Transmission5-speed gearbox
Top speed103.29 kmph
Fuel tank capacity12 L (Reserve: 2.57 L)
Wheelbase1352 mm
Ground clearance 178 mm 
Kerb weight 141 Kg
Brake systemCombined Brake System (CBS)


TyreFront: 80/100-17 Tubeless
Rear: 100/90-17 Tubeless
BrakeFront: Disc
Rear: Drum
SuspensionFront: Telescopic Fork
Rear: Mono shocks

Pulsar NS125 price in Nepal

Hansraj Hulaschand & Company, the sole authorised distributor of Bajaj vehicles in Nepal, has launched the new Pulsar NS125 at an introductory price of Rs 2,79,900.

Pulsar modelsPrice in Nepal
NS125Rs 2,79,900
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