Bajaj Auto has released its “biggest Pulsar ever” at an occasion today. The organization has released the Pulsar 250 in two variants –  N250 and Pulsar F250.

The new motorcycles had been constructed floor up with a brand-new engine and platform.

The enterprise has additionally delivered new layout factors to beautify the enchantment to young buyers.

The new Pulsar 250 collection receives a brand-new frame, new engine and new the front face.

  • Bajaj Auto has updated its famous Pulsar lineup with the all-new quarter-liter Pulsar 250.
  • Bajaj Pulsar 250 bike will compete with competitors including Yamaha FZ-25, Suzuki Gixxer, and KTM 200 Duke.

The new Bajaj Pulsar 250 might be going towards the Yamaha FZ25, Suzuki Gixxer 250 or even its personal cousin, Bajaj Dominar 250.

The new motorcycles have the most important potential engine ever to have featured on a Pulsar.

The new Pulsar might be changing the Pulsar 220F. The new motorcycle has been released at the event of 20th year anniversary of the release of the Pulsar line-up.

Highlights

  • Performance: The Brand-New Pulsar with the 250 cc Engine
  • Form & Design: Sculptural Purity – The New Aerodynamic Looks
  • Safety: Strong Grip on Any Terrain
  • Features that matter: LED Projector Headlights, Assist and Slipper Clutch

The motorcycles are fitted with an oil-cooled, injection-powered 4-stroke engine that delivers a maximum power of 24.5 hp and a torque of 21.5 Nm. The engine is mated to a gearbox with 5 speeds.

Pulsar 250 Specifications

Bajaj Pulsar N250 Price
Pulsar 250

Engine

CategoryPulsar 250
TypeSingle cylinder, 4 stroke, SOHC, 2 Valve, Oil cooled, FI
Displacement249.07cc
Maximum Power24.5 PS At 8750 RPM
Maximum Torque21.5 Nm At 6500 RPM
TransmissionConstant mesh 5 speed

Brakes

Front300 mm Disc, Single Channel ABS
Rear230 mm Disc

Suspension

FrontTelescopic (37 mm)
RearMonoshock with Nitrox

Tyres

Front100/80-17 Tubeless
Rear130/70-17 Tubeless

Dimensions

Wheel base1351 mm
Seat height – rider795 mm
Ground clearance165 mm
Kerb weight162 kg (Pulsar N250), 164 kg (Pulsar F250)
Fuel tank capacity14 Liter

Electricals

Console featuresGear indicator, Clock, Fuel efficiency, Range indicator
HeadlightsBi functional LED projector headlamp with position lamp

Design

Bajaj Pulsar F 250

The motorcycle receives LED Projector Unipod headlights unit with flanking reverse-boomerang LED DRLs.

The motorcycle receives cut up seats for introduced consolation of the pillion.

The exhaust muffler is a double-barrel unit that appears to be stimulated with the aid of using the Dominar four hundred and 250.

Safety Measures

The motorcycle receives 300mm the front disc brake and 230mm rear disc brake. The motorcycles best get single-channel ABS.

At the front, the motorcycle receives telescopic shocks (37 mm) and it makes use of a rear mono-shock with nitrox.

New Technology

The motorcycle has a bezel-less display and also comes with a digital speedometer to give an analog look.

However, the company has lost Bluetooth connectivity.

There is a USB charging port near the fuel door.

Pricing Details

Pulsar N250 priced at ₹1,38,000 (ex-showroom Delhi) and the Pulsar F250 priced at ₹1,40,000 (ex-showroom Delhi).

Pulsar 250 Color Options – N250 is only available in a single color Tecno Grey where the F250 is available in Racing Red and Tecno Grey color.

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