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Bajaj Pulsar 135 LS Review, Specifications And Features

The Pulsar 135 LS is one of the entry level sports bike from Bajaj, part of its Pulsar series, which is best for customers who are looking for performance and affordability motorbikes in one. It is actually the first of its kind to have a DTS-i four-valve head, having power ratings that almost level its sibling, the Pulsar 150. It is also the first model of the Pulsar range to feature sharp styling, which eventually became the inspiration of the latest model of Pulsar bikes in the market nowadays.

What’s new with the Baja Pulsar 135 LS is the rear tyre hugger, replacing the full rear wheel mud guard, and the O-ring chain, having half chain covers. This O-ring chain is known to need less maintenance and known to have higher resistance against moisture and dust.

Engine: 135 cc

Mileage: 64 kmpl

Power: 13.56 bhp

Price: Rs. 64,926

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Bajaj Pulsar 135 LS Specifications 

Bajaj Pulsar 135 LS Specifications

The Pulsar 135 LS houses a four-valve 135 cc DTS-i engine, the first in the world designed to better the performance of a regular two-valve engine, can produce output of up to 13.56 bhp at 9,000 rpm and peak torque of 11.4 Nm at 7,500 rpm. This air-cooled engine is mated with a five-speed manual gearbox, which has a shaft drive transmission type and with wet multiplate clutch. The motorbike can achieve impressive higher revs, as much as 10,500 rpm, with less effort, thanks to the smaller and more lightweight four-valve engine it has.

The bike has a telescopic, with anti-friction bush, front suspension and an adjustable five-way nitrox rear shock absorbers. It also has a 240 mm disc front brake and 130 mm drum rear brake. The Pulsar 135 LS has a box, diamond chassis type and has a kerb weight of 122 kg, ground clearance of 165 mm, and seat height of 800 mm.

The Bajaj Pulsar 135 LS has a fuel tank that can take in as much as 8 litres, with overall fuel efficiency of 64 kmpl at a range of  510 km. The motorbike has a top speed of 112 kmph.

 Bajaj Pulsar 135 LS Design 

Separating the Pulsar 135 LS from the other brawny Pulsars is its very sleek design, still having a modern motorbike look with its very aggressive lines all through it body panels. The motorbike’s style looks updated and refreshed with the new rear tyre hugger and O-ring chain. The Pulsar 135 LS also has the speed lines which are commonly found on its elder sibling models. Its fuel tank’s design is much like the XCD Sprint’s concept model shown at the 2008 Auto Expo in New Delhi, India.

The motorbike has a newly designed alloy wheels and air scoops. Add to that the black matte coating finish, which gives the bike a very attractive sporty look. Moreover, to give the motorcycle a speedy, athletic look is the updated and refined design of its headlamp, LED tail light, grab rails, split seat, high instance rear and mud guard. Its fit and finish, along with its meaty switchgear, makes the motorbike more appealing to the young motorbike drivers and enthusiasts.

The Bajaj Pulsar 135 LS is made available in three different colors, giving you several options to choose from. The bike comes in Cocktail Wine Red, Plasma Blue, and Midnight Black colors.

 Bajaj Pulsar 135 LS Features

 The Pulsar 135 LS features a revamped, well-thought instrument console, having a digital LCD screen display showing the speedometer, trip meter, odometer, fuel level monitor, neutral blinker, low-battery meter, and self-cancelling indicators, together with analog tachometer, different tale lights, and electric start.

Additionally, the bike boasts the revolutionary Digital Twin Spark-ignition (DTS-i), which works by maximizing engine combustion to produce an improved power and greater mileage with low emissions, making it one of the most efficient production engines out there.

 Conclusion

 The Bajaj Pulsar 135 LS impressive engine performance and overall design, plus the great fuel economy and comfort it offers, makes it an excellent buy for an average biker and even to the young drivers. It is a perfect blend of an entry level and efficient commuter sports bike.

About Supriya Chatterjee

I am Supriya, a blogger and a creative writer by profession. I love to read books, watch movies and I am always intrigued to learn something new and riveting. I am also an amateur photographer and enjoy drinking wine. I like to write things with an open end, where I can allow my readers to decide things and not spoon-feed them.

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