Bajaj launched its 135cc Pulsar bike for Rs.51000 (ex - showroom Jaipur). The new Bajaj Pulsar 135cc bike is powered with a 4 valve DTSi engine delivering 13.5 Ps power.
The new bajaj Pulsar is equipped with a light-weight yet rigid frame, aided by gas-charged Nitrox shock absorbers at the rear.
The New Pulsar 135cc is expected to return a very good fuel economy and mileage of around 68.1 km/litre, as certified by ARAI.
No bike manufacturer in the land can meet and feed the hidden desires of sports performance minded biker, India Bajaj Auto as the scope of the Pulsars. Since the first 150cc-180cc pairing mindscape hit the 'bikers in 2001, every other car manufacturers have only played games after Pulsars forward only a segment before they actually develop and produce. Of course, success spawns rival but even to this day, Pulsar range is overwhelming 50 percent plus market share in the sports segment of the Indian two-wheeler market and in fact it was average 50,000 units a month plus the calendar year. Pulsar bike is the first to do away with the frame and engine support bracket sports as a member instead emphasized. Other features include a tachometer, a digital speedo to measure fuel, clip-on Handlebars and Nitrox shock absorbers at the rear. A longer wheelbase of 1325mm was given to aid the city in comfort and stability. The Pulsar 135LS continue with state-to-the-buck themes, providing a lot of value for its price.
Type :- 4Stroke, air cooled, 4-valve, single cylinder SOHC,DTS-i
Displacement :- 134.65 CC
Valve per cylinder :- 4
Max. Power :- 13.5 @ 9000
Max. Torque :- 11.4 @ 7500
Starting :- Kick + Self start
Front :- Telescopic Front Fork with antifriction touch
Rear :- Trailing arm with Co Axial Hydraulic cum Gas Tilled adjustable Shock Absorbers and Triple rate Coil Spring
Front :- Tubetype - 2.75 x 17"
Rear :- Tubetype - 100/90 x17"
Front :- Disc 240 mm
Rear :- Drum 130 mm
Total litres :- 8 litres
Reserve :- 2.5 litres