The 2012 Pulsar 135 gets new colors..
Now the entire Pulsar family gets the "Speedlines" color scheme..
New color schemes do not excite me that much. But the Pulsar 135LS which is a gem of a bike badly needed some new colors. So far Bajaj had provided the Pulsar 135 just with two colors, Red and Black.
After 2 years of being launched the “baby” Pulsar gets a new Blue color. Also the Pulsar 135 now gets the Pulsar “Speedlines” which is the marketing speak for a dual color theme for the Pulsars.
The new color and dual tone treatment should keep the appeal of the Pulsar 135 fresh. According to me the Pulsar 135 in fact looks better in this new dual tone. There is no change in the engine/technical specs of the Pulsar 135 but the bright side is that the price also has not been touched.
So what’s new on the 2012 Pulsar 135?
- The Pulsar 135 gets a new Blue color (it was available only in black and red so far)
- The Red and Blue colors come with a dual combination with Black
- The Black color remains in single color tone
- The alloy grab rails and the clip on alloy handlebars get a black finish
- The engine casings gets the new and exclusive to Pulsar "Golden hue" finish
- With the Pulsar 135, now the entire Pulsar family (135/150/180 and 220) now comes with the "Speedlines" color scheme
2012 Pulsar 135 with "Speedlines": Photos
- Ride Review: Pulsar 135LS [Feb 2010]
- What's so special about the Pulsar 135LS? [Feb 2010]
- New Color schemes for the Pulsar 220/180 [July 2011]
- Limited Edition Orange color for the Pulsar 220/180 [Oct 2010]
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