Bajaj Pulsar 125 Sales Continue To Skyrocket
The most affordable Bajaj Pulsar was launched in August 2019
- Bajaj sold 33,042 units of the Pulsar 125 in October this year.
- It is just about 10,000 units behind the most popular Pulsar, the Pulsar 150.
- The Bajaj Pulsar 125 Neon is priced at Rs 66,618 (ex-showroom Delhi).
The Bajaj Pulsar 125 has tallied 33,042 units in October this year, which is a massive 59.7 per cent jump compared to the previous month’s sales! While the most popular range in the Pulsar family is the Pulsar 150, the baby Pulsar has managed to come pretty close to its bigger brother. In fact, it is only about 10,000 units behind the Pulsar 150 range’s tally (43,002 units).
Bajaj’s mantra of making a more affordable Pulsar with the same design language as the rest of the Pulsars but with a smaller engine has worked wonders for the brand. Priced at Rs 66,618, it undercuts the Pulsar 150 Neon by Rs 8,582.
Earlier, Bajaj had revealed that the Pulsar 125 had tallied about 40,000 units since its launch in August 2019. And now with over 30,000 sales in just one month alone, the Pulsar 125 has proven itself to be among the favourites in the hearts of Pulsar enthusiasts.
Happy with the sales response, Bajaj also introduced a sportier variant with split seats about a month after the 125 Neon variant’s launch. However, this model is limited to select markets down south as they have healthy sales of motorcycles in the 125cc segment.
What remains to be seen is if the sales figures will be affected once the BS6-compliant version comes into the picture. The new emission norms will increase the baseline prices of all motorcycles and we hope Bajaj clears its BS4 stockpile well ahead of the BS6 deadline in April 2020 to avoid a last-minute discounted stock clearance.
All prices, ex-showroom Delhi