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Considering the Bajaj Pulsar 135 LS

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  • Considering the Bajaj Pulsar 135 LS

    Posted for a friend:

    Hi ,

    I am planning to buy a new Bajaj Pulsar 135 LS. It's newly launched by Bajaj. I just loved the looks and the styling but I am a total newbie at bikes..so was just wondering if somebody could help me out in deciding whether it's a worthwhile option to go for or if I should rather opt for the 150cc instead. It would be a great help if i get some guidance regarding the specs and the technical details of the bike.
    Last edited by KA01EE5960; 12-29-2009, 01:33 PM. Reason: Actual post done by friend
    Bikes Owned:
    PULSAR 180 DTS -i (Riding Presently)
    HH Splendor
    HH Ambition

    You're the guy that'll be sneaking out of your bedroom at three o'clock in the morning to look at your bike. ~Paul Teutul, Sr., American Chopper, "Billy Joel"

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    Topic Moved, Renamed and Approved.
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    • #3
      your signature says you own p180?
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      • #4
        Originally posted by lockhrt999 View Post
        your signature says you own p180?
        Sorry dude, the text has been posted for a friend...I have just copied pasted what he wanted to ask?
        Bikes Owned:
        PULSAR 180 DTS -i (Riding Presently)
        HH Splendor
        HH Ambition

        You're the guy that'll be sneaking out of your bedroom at three o'clock in the morning to look at your bike. ~Paul Teutul, Sr., American Chopper, "Billy Joel"

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        • #5
          Originally posted by KA01EE5960 View Post
          Posted for a friend:

          Hi ,

          I am planning to buy a new Bajaj Pulsar 135 LS. It's newly launched by Bajaj. I just loved the looks and the styling but I am a total newbie at bikes..so was just wondering if somebody could help me out in deciding whether it's a worthwhile option to go for or if I should rather opt for the 150cc instead. It would be a great help if i get some guidance regarding the specs and the technical details of the bike.
          I think this bike makes a perfect sense for any new biker looking for a:
          - light -- it has 122kg kerb weight which is lesser than many in the category and cool 9-10kgs lighter than lightest 150CC bike(R15)
          - good looking -- though subjective, I personally too liked it
          - relatively compact -- at least seems so
          - relatively powerful -- its max power to weight ration is more than many 150CC bikes.

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          • #6
            cud u provide us wid a few more details as to wat ur frnd would like...like is he concentrating on the power and speed or mileage , reliability ir wat exactly is he looking for??

            all in all p135 is a good bike...in all respects of a less that 150 cc bike...go for it...ultimately buy a bike which appeals to ur heart ....
            sigpicGirls are like roads, more the curves, more the dangerous they are.

            To ride or not to ride?? is a....
            very very stupid question....

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            • #7
              @k2cool_87
              Hi, he has just learnt biking and this is going to be his first bike so he is looking for the things in the order
              1) Reliability and ease of riding
              2) Mileage (Expecting 45-50 kpl)
              3) Power/Speed which can will be useful in the city traffic in terms of acceleration etc
              Bikes Owned:
              PULSAR 180 DTS -i (Riding Presently)
              HH Splendor
              HH Ambition

              You're the guy that'll be sneaking out of your bedroom at three o'clock in the morning to look at your bike. ~Paul Teutul, Sr., American Chopper, "Billy Joel"

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              • #8
                ya the p135 is good in all those departments....its a sporty commuter with mileage higher than 45-50kmpl...

                u can ask him to try out p150 as it will give him 45-50kmpl with better power delivery...jus the increase in weight would be an issue...try out both and see wat suits him better...
                sigpicGirls are like roads, more the curves, more the dangerous they are.

                To ride or not to ride?? is a....
                very very stupid question....

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