The higher-spec Bajaj Pulsar 125 has begun reaching select dealerships in India. According to dealers, the premium version of the company’s most affordable Pulsar is priced at Rs 79,079 (ex-showroom, Pune). The on-road cost, meanwhile, is Rs 96,842.
At this price, the BS6 variant costs around Rs 9,000 more than the BS4 model. When compared to the standard Pulsar 125, this split-seat version costs around Rs 4,000 more than the disc-brake equipped version. The difference in cost between the standard and split-seat models remains unchanged.
Like before, the additional Rs 4,000 gets you a split-seat configuration, belly pan and revised graphics. While the tank shrouds were a feature exclusive to this variant during the BS4 period, they have become part of standard equipment across the Pulsar 125 range with the switch to BS6.