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Thread: Bajaj Pulsar 135LS DTS-i Review: xBhp's Ride Report

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    tsk tsk. The 135LS's kerb weight for sure is light, but hey, didnt anyone notice that the fuel tank is down to just 8 litres. Kerb weight is usually the bike's dry weight plus oil plus fuel. So, over a normal Pulsar, the 135 immediately looses 7 kilos on the kerb weight due to a smaller tank.
    Apart from this though, we at Motospecies, really appreciate the bike. Its light, quick and affordable. Damn, this thing even beats the 150cc bikes to 60km/h!

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    Default snaps from the recent p135 launch

    check this link for pics from our latest show..
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    thanks a lot bro
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    I saw the Pulsar 135 at the Bajaj showroom today in Bangalore - love the looks of the headlight and the indicator lamps! I have not had a chance to ride it, but that bike is high on aesthetics...

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    Default P135ls

    Got one of the firsts P135LS home on dec 24....black one..

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    Quote Originally Posted by snp View Post
    Got one of the firsts P135LS home on dec 24....black one..
    Congrats buddy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by snp View Post
    Got one of the firsts P135LS home on dec 24....black one..
    The first P135LS owner of xBhp.. Congrats..!!

    Do post about you ownership experience at the "ownership experience" thread.. along with photos.

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    I will load the pics soon

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    Saw P135 Black yesterday in a showroom, bike is very compact. Looks good from front, seating position is also good not very sporty nor commuterish. The tail peice is best on any indian bike (talking abount rear seat & plastic panels' portion where P135 is writen) if you look at it from top. Also the rear seat has shape of arrow in the end, looks cool. I did not get test ride but started motor and listened to the sound of engine, apart from initial roughness (@1-2k rpm) it was really smooth. Though not in the league of Honda motors but still way better than recent Pulsars.

    What i dont like is the rear tyre hugger. If you look bike from back it looks like some moped. I would prefer traditional mudguard rather than that moulded number plate holder. Also saree guard is very ugly and made up of thick bars. Tiny exaust pipe makes bike look puny from back. Another thing i dont like is those flaps around headlamp, i mean the way they are left open towards the end they can be easily broken with slightly more pressure. Switchgear is bit of a cheap quality but works flawlessly.

    Apart from these small niggles the bike is good and will perform well in market. The price is 53k ex showroom for fully loaded version (Vapi, Guj).
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    Quote Originally Posted by snp View Post
    Got one of the firsts P135LS home on dec 24....black one..
    CONGRATS BUDDY... I saw one P135 that day @ Suman Bajaj. Looks nice with Clipons , tank scoops... very different look from others in 135 CC

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    I just think the rear mud-guard/flap setup is ... YUCK...

    That apart, its a super pkg.
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