Bajaj Motors is a company known for its wide range of bikes across the segments. Be it the cruiser segment, dominated by the Avenger, naked street by Pulsar and so on. There was a time when the 2-strokes were still a thing. And that is when Bajaj introduced the Prowler RR125. Let’s find out what all it had to offer.
Bajaj Prowler RR125 | Engine Specifications
|Engine||2-stroke, Single Cylinder, Naturally Cooled 123CC Petrol|
It surely was a powerful engine, especially when it is a peppy 123cc engine. It came mated to a high-velocity 5-speed transmission. Some of the most prominent features in this Bajaj bike were:
- Munjal Showa rear suspension: Ultimate ride experience
- Brembo Brake System at the front end: Best experience while braking
- Low oil warning: Never run out of engine oil
- Better tyres for proper handling
According to the owners of this bike, Bajaj did no compromise in this bike. The instrument cluster was a simple one, yet offered much more than just the fuel indication or speedometer. You can see four light indicators at the centre, upper left for turn indication, upper right for the Low Oil indicator, bottom left for high beam and bottom right for neutral indicator.
Bajaj Prowler RR125 offered excellent riding quality, smooth engine with power on go, premium suspension setup, thanks to the Showa shockers and optimum braking capabilities.
But sadly, due to the emission norms, Bajaj had to discontinue the Prowler with the rest of 2-stroke bikes. Was it a good bike? For sure! Was it the best 2-stroke bike? Well, not necessarily, we had TVS Samurai and others too. Never heard about the ‘No Problem’ bike?
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