Pulsar 135 LS


Overview of Bajaj Pulsar 135 LS

Bajaj Pulsar 135 LS is the latest bike to join the Pulsar range, it features a 135cc DTS-i 4-valve engine. Bajaj Pulsar 135 LS features the same headlight as seen in the XCD Sprint Concept shown at the Auto Expo, 2008 in New Delhi. Bajaj Auto has refreshed the Pulsar 135 LS with rear tyre hugger in place of the full rear wheel mud guard and the addition of O-ring chain with half chain covers. The O-ring chain is less on maintenance with higher resistance to moisture and dust. Like the elder siblings of Pulsar, Bajaj Auto has given the Speed line treatment to the Pulsar 135. It is now available in blue, red and black with speed line treatment. So does this bike stand out from the crowd?

Bajaj Pulsar 135 LS Design

The bike’s style has been fully refreshed and updated with a few welcome additions that help to make it a good-looking motorcycle. The 135 LS’s rear tyre hugger replaces the rear wheel full-size mudguard that was previously installed. Bajaj have also added an O-ring chain plus half-chain covers, which requires less maintenance and is better able to resist dust and moisture. The speed lines found on the sibling models released by Bajaj also appear on the 135 LS. The fuel tank’s design closely mirrors that shown on the concept model of the XCD Sprint, as do the bike’s newly designed air scoops and alloy wheels, finished in black matte coating. The headlamp, LED tail light, split seat, grab rails, high-stance rear and mud guard have all been refined and updated to give the bike an athletic, speedy look that will appeal to young drivers – and its lack of bulk also helps. Weighing in at 122kg, it’s far from the heavy end of the segment.



1 >> PERFORMANCEBajaj claim that the Pulsar 135LS has one of the most efficient production engines of any performance motorcycle, which would certainly make it an appealing prospect for many young drivers who don’t have a lot of money to throw around. The fuel tank is capable of holding 8 litres.

The Pulsar 135 is comfortable enough, as long as you don’t plan to ride it for hours – the seat is a little too unyielding and uncomfortable for longer trips. However, the updated grab rail is undeniably more convenient, and some thought has gone into making the seat more ergonomically friendly.


The bike’s bright and powerful headlight is the same as that shown on the XCD Sprint concept model that was demonstrated at 2008’s New Delhi Auto Expo. It includes twin pilot lamps powered on a DC circuit that ensures a constant and powerful beam of light at all speeds of travel.


Pulsar 135 LS oozes style with its stylish rear LED tail lamps, sporty split-seats, split rear grab rails; there’s nothing in the bike that goes unnoticed. The Pulsar 135LS also boasts of a stylishly designed front headlamp with twin pilot lamps.



Type 4-stroke, Air Cooled, 4-Valve, Single cylinder, SOCH, DTS-I.
Displacement (cc) 134.66 CC
Max. Power (Ps @ rpm) 13.5, 9000
Max. Torque (Nm @ rpm) 11.4, 7500
Starting Kick, Self start


Front Telescopic Front fork with anti friction bush, (stroke130)
Rear Nitrox Assisted,Triple rated spring


Front Disc, Dia. 240 mm
Rear Drum, Dia. 130 mm


Front Tube type unidirectional 2.75×17”
Rear  Tube type unidirectional 100/90×17”

Fuel Tank

Total litres(reserve, usable) 8 liter full (2.5 liter reserve, 1.6 litres usable)


Battery 12 V Full DC
Head lamp 35/35 W with 2 pilot lamps
Horn 12V, 30W


Wheelbase 1325 mm
Ground Clearance 170 mm
Kerb Weight 122 kg


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