The bike will continue to be exported to foreign markets.

Bajaj revised its price list recently and the Pulsar 135 LS wasn’t included in the company’s portfolio. While it is the most affordable in the Pulsar family, and it was updated in 2017, but the motorcycle fared poorly in terms of sales.

The company decided to pull the model from the line-up and customers looking for a slightly less powerful alternative to the Pulsar 150 can opt for the new Bajaj Discover 125 instead.

The company hasn’t completely stopped production of the Pulsar 135 LS - it is still exported to overseas markets. But, Bajaj has said that it is open to relaunching the bike here in the future but will wait and see what demand is like. The Bajaj Pulsar 135 LS uses a 134.6cc, air-cooled motor that makes 13.4hp and 11.4Nm.

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