Bajaj has finally launched two more sporty variants of the Pulsar. The Pulsar N250 starts at ₹1.38 lakhs, and Pulsar F250 starts at ₹1.40lakhs. Both these bikes will get a slip assist clutch and will cost a mere ₹4,000 more than the current Bajaj Pulsar 220F.
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What’s New On The Bajaj Pulsar 250 Series?
The dynamics on the new Pulsar twins have been improved with a rear-mono-shock with the frame & swing-arm as different units. Both the Pulsar 250 twins are powered by an air-cooled 249cc SOHC engine mated to a 5-speed gearbox. These twins sit above the 220F and below the Dominar 250, which makes 27hp. The 250 twins are also equipped with dual disc brakes: 300mm & 230mm and have a fuel capacity of 14 litres.
LED Projector Headlamps!
The N250 and F250 also get LED headlamps & DRLs with a fully digital instrument cluster. Following the sporty trend, there are split seats with sharp foldable mirrors on the F250 derived from the Pulsar 220F. They stand on the same alloy wheels as the NS/RS siblings with a conventional telescopic fork suspension at the front. However, these Twins get larger tyre dimensions of 100/80 R17 at the Front and 130/70 R17 at the Rear.
Goodbye Pulsar 220F
The Bajaj Pulsar 150 & 180 Twins were launched back in 2001 and took India by storm. As of now, the Pulsar cult enjoys a customer base of 20Million plus. The Pulsar 220F has been the marathon runner for the company with two decades of sales. Pulsar is more of a sporty icon and a becoming a legend in the country. It started with 150cc and went up to 220cc. These 250 twins are well-placed additions to the line-up.
Bajaj Auto is celebrating its 20 years of the Pulsar brand in India
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These 250 Twins will be replacing the 220F and launched on the 20th anniversary of the Pulsar lineup. The Pulsar F250 will be available in two colours: Techno Grey & Racing Red. At the same time, N250 will only be available in Techno Grey.
Bajaj Pulsar 250 Twins Rivals
They will go up against competition such as the Yamaha FZS25 and Suzuki Gixxer SF 250 and even their own sibling; the KTM Duke 250.