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Bajaj Pulsar 250 | Everything You Need To Know

In the two-wheeler world, Bajaj plays a crucial role in India. It has constantly upgraded itself to meet market demands and in the process given us legendary products. Among them is the Pulsar range, which has broken records in India and the export markets. Now, after two decades of Pulsar mania, they are about to reveal another Pulsar christened as the Bajaj Pulsar 250.

Bajaj Pulsar 250F Teased
Bajaj Pulsar 250F Teased

Bajaj has recently teased the Pulsar 250F and is touting it as the biggest Pulsar yet. Also, Bajaj plans to release two models with the same engine, which makes it double the fun. As seen on the teaser, one of them is a semi-faired motorcycle, called the 250F, while the other (as seen in spy shots) seems to be a naked one, which might be called NS250. Here is everything we could conclude about the upcoming motorcycle after watching the teaser and innumerable spy shots.

  1. Engine

    Bajaj Pulsar 250F camo testing
    Bajaj Pulsar 250F camo testing

    The source of the engine is not revealed yet, but we believe it is the same as the one serving duty on the Bajaj Dominar 250. Then again, this itself might be sourced from the Duke 250, but we do not have any official confirmation. If it is the same as Dominar 250, the power figures should be around 27bhp and 23.5Nm of torque. It is nominal and enough to put up a fight with its rivals. The fuel efficiency also should be kept in mind considering the sky-rocketing prices of petrol these days. The engine is also expected to be air-cooled as well as an oil-cooled unit that will introduce Bajaj’s patented VVA system.

  2. Design

    Bajaj Pulsar 250F headlight
    Bajaj Pulsar 250F headlight

    The naked 250 might resemble the NS series when you look at the spy shots, while the design of the semi-faired 250 seems to be a new one. It might not be entirely new, but even so, the update looks pretty good, and we don’t see anyone complaining about it. When you observer the image shown above, the headlight unit resembles that of the Dominar, with interesting bits of LED DRL. Nothing can be finalized now, and yet we are sure these 250 twins will look good.

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  3. Features

    Bajaj Pulsar 250F Teaser Instrument Console
    Bajaj Pulsar 250F Teaser Instrument Console

    The Pulsar 250 twins will come with all bells and whistles for their price range. It starts with an all-digital instrument console, LED projector headlights with LED DRLs, redesigned LED taillights, LED indicators, stubby exhaust, belly pan, mono shocks on the rear and raised clip-on handlebars as seen on the RS200. The suspension on the test mules were conventional telescopic units, which we believe might keep the costs in check. They will be equipped with disc brakes at both ends, and dual-channel ABS could be standard. The new Pulsar twins will be more touring focused as well,  without compromising handling, which the Pulsars are known for.

  4. Release Date and Price

    Bajaj Pulsar 250 Launch Date
    Bajaj Pulsar 250 Launch Date

    The release date and time is confirmed to be on 28th October, 12:30 pm. So yeah, you can mark those calendars with all the colours you have and wait patiently. The prices are expected to start from 1.40 lakh ex-showroom Delhi, which is too good to be true if you ask us.

  5. Rivals

    250cc Motorcycles in India
    250cc Motorcycles in India

    As of now, the naked Bajaj Pulsar 250 will be going up against Yamaha FZ 25, Suzuki Gixxer 250. The others are its cousins and brothers in the form of Dominar 250, Duke 250 and the Husky twins. The expected price seems to undercut most of its competition, and if it does deliver its promises, then it will be a sure-shot success. As for the semi-faired Bajaj Pulsar 250F, there is no direct competition in terms of semi-faired motorcycles. Yet, considering its engine and price, it stacks up against the Suzuki Gixxer SF250 and the Honda CBR 250.

We are definitely pumped up about the launch and can’t wait to swing our legs over these 250 twins. Let us know what you feel about them and what features you would like to see included in the biggest and baddest Pulsar yet.

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Gautam Ganesh
Gautam Ganesh
A believer in "Four wheels move the body, two wheels move the soul." An avid car and bike enthusiast. Anything that has a handle or a steering wheel, excites me.

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