Bajaj is planning a new bike that could compete with Suzuki Gixer. Since the first Bajaj Pulsar rolled out in 2001. Bajaj and Pulsar have become two inseparable names. Over the period Pulsar has gained popularity in the Indian two-wheeler market. This was one bike that literally helped riders to move on from their all-time favorite Yamaha RX100 when the same was discontinued. With Bajaj introducing new models and making the Pulsar line up the longest list of variants in motorcycles. Although last few years Bajaj seems all caught up with various development plans and this has resulted in the Pulsar getting neglected a bit. But don’t worry; Bajaj is now planning to launch a new version of the Pulsar. Yes, today we are about to discuss the new Pulsar 250F in the Bajaj Gixxer Competition.

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Bajaj Gixxer Competition Design

Bajaj Gixxer Competition

Bajaj will launch the Pulsar 250 in two variants a naked streetfighter bike like the Pulsar NS200 and a full fairing Bike just like the Pulsar RS200. Based on the spy shots and leaked images, where a naked Pulsar 250 was spotted with a projector, LED headlamp along tiny LED DRLs, the front fascia of the new Pulsar 250 resembles somewhat to Yamaha FZ25. The Pulsar 250 also gets a muscular fuel tank section and a sharp tail. The LED turn indicators are the same as that we see on the KTM Duke series.
The full faired Pulsar 250 will get double projector headlamps, a newly designed full fairing with all-new graphics. The engine will be more powerful and bigger than the existing Pulsar NS200. The new Pulsar will get a 248.8CC DOHC engine that will be air-cooled with an oil cooler. The engine will be BS6 compliant and produce 28-29 bhp of power and 24 Nm of torque with a 6-speed gearbox. This engine will be a completely new retuned engine and not the one that we see on the Dominar 250.

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Bajaj Gixxer Competition Features

Bajaj Gixxer Competition

The new Pulsar 250 will get newly designed 17-inch alloy wheels. With disc brakes in front and rear. The front disc brake will be 300mm and the rear disc brake will be 230mm with dual-channel ABS. The front suspension will be a 37mm USD fork and the rear suspension will be a gas-filled mono-shock suspension. The new Pulsar 250 could also get a slipper clutch, rear-wheel lift-off protection, and a fully digital instrument cluster.


The expected price of the new Pulsar 250 could be around Rs 1.80-1.90 Lakh (on-road) and the bike is expected to be launched around Diwali that is in November 2021.

The New Pulsar 250 will face competition from its own sibling the Bajaj Dominar 250. Also, Suzuki Gixxer 250 & Jawa 42 will be other bikes that compete with the new Pulsar 250. Another bike similar to Pulsar 250 is Hyosung GD250N which will be launching in October 2021 in India. Will the new Pulsar 250 eliminate the Suzuki Gixxer in the 250cc segment. Stay tuned as we give you all the updates from the automotive world.


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