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When Bajaj Pulsar was first launched, it was the most affordable way for bike lovers to enter the Pulsar club. Targeting a youth crowd looking for performance and design, Pulsar 135 LS was an instant hit. Perhaps it is one of the most exciting 125cc motorcycles till date. Performance-oriented bike is exactly what you will call the Bajaj Pulsar LS when you ride this 135cc masterpiece. After a good response in the initial stage, the demand fell considerably which led Bajaj to reduce the price by INR 5,000. After opting for BSIV update, the Pulsar LS now covers a broader spectrum than just sporty youth-oriented ones.
Having seen the overview let us move towards the comprehensive Bajaj Pulsar LS review:
The current range of Bajaj Pulsar LS has received an enormous amount of cosmetic updates which have helped make the bike more commuter-oriented. 2017 saw the Bajaj Pulsar LS get a cosmetic update which make the bike look more premium. The paint shades have been tweaked and now even the wheel rim has an element of it. The height of the headlamp flyscreen has been increased due to the demand from customers. The split-seat has been replaced by a single piece unit which now boasts of a low pillion thereby making seating quite comfortable.
Exterior: It’s tremendous how Bajaj has changed the LS on a whole. From a sporty beast in 2012 to a decent commuter two-wheeler, LS has seen it all. The new gen Bajaj Pulsar LS gets a sleeker look with decal design adding flavor to the bike’s profile. The low pillion is not just comfortable but is aesthetically appealing. The stylish grab rails have been replaced by a rounded single-piece grab handle which makes it quite easy to hold on to. Another eye catching feature is Auto headlamp (AHO) which has been a part of the BSIV update.
Specifications: Bajaj Pulsar LS comes with a 4-Stroke, DTS-I aircooled BSIV Complaint single cylinder 134.6cc engine which produces a power of 13.56@9000rpm and it generates a torque of 11.4Nm@7500rpm. The engine is mated to a five-speed transmission. This model offers maximum efficiency and as a result provides fuel efficiency of up to 65 kmpl. However, it does not compromise on performance as it reaches a top speed of 112 km/h. Pulsar LS 135 has a kerb weight of 121 kg which gives it a much needed stability and road presence.
Price: Bajaj Pulsar LS on road price starts at INR 62,000 considering price after GST. The best part is that the price does not vary a lot as seen in other Bajaj models wherein there is a 3000 to 5000 rupees difference based upon the region. You can buy the Bajaj Pulsar LS for under INR 63,000 in any region.
Competitors: Bajaj Pulsar LS price and specifications put the model in direct competition with other 125-135cc bikes such as Honda CB Shine SP, Hero Glamour and Honda Livo.