The all new Bajaj Pulsar 250 after being spotted for quite a while this past year is finally here. The bike has been launched in two new avatars, the N250 and the F250. So the Bajaj Pulsar 250 range has a proper naked and one with a bikini semi-fairing. The Pulsar now gets a different engine and many new features. Let’s take a look below at everything revealed about the new bike.
Bajaj Pulsar 250 Pricing
The Bajaj Pulsar as mentioned above comes with two different body styles. The F250 and the N250 which cost Rs 1,40,000 and Rs 1.38,000 respectively (ex-showroom).
Design and features
The all new Bajaj Pulsar 250 design and and looks very much make it the biggest Pulsar yet. It gets all new body panels, LED lighting and also new seats that are inspired from the Dominar. The Bajaj Pulsar 250 gets boomerang LED DRLS too. From the rear the bikes twin strip LEDs look the same. The bike gets quite a few new features also. The Pulsar gets a mono shock suspension now along with a slip and assist clutch. The bike also get bigger 300mm brakes at the front and 230mm brakes at the rear. Tyres are bigger too with 100/80-R17 at the front and 130/70-R17 at the rear.
Apart from that the bike also gets a all-new instrument console with the addition of a gear indicator and a distance to empty meter. In terms of convenience, a USB charging port at the tank flap is provided.
Bajaj Pulsar 250 Specifications
The Pulsar 250 twins get a single cylinder oil cooled 249cc engine that makes 24.5 bhp and 21.5 nm of torque. The bike gets a 5 speed gearbox. The front suspension is a telescopic unit with 37mm forks. The overall important dimensions are – 165mm of ground clearance, 795mm seat height and a wheelbase of 1351mm.
We will be soon reviewing this bike and also telling you more about how it compares to other motorcycles. It will rival the Gixxer 250, FZ25 and the KTM Duke 200.
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