The New Reloaded Bajaj Pulsar 250 Is Finally Launched

The Indian automaker Bajaj has eventually taken the wraps off of the new Bajaj Pulsar series and has launched not one but two new Bajaj Pulsar motorcycles – the new Bajaj Pulsar N250 and the new Bajaj Pulsar F250, in India.

The new Bajaj Pulsar 250 motorcycles come in two color options Techno Grey and Racing Red. Interestingly, the new Bajaj Pulsar 250 motorcycle has existed launched exactly after 20 ages as the first Bajaj Pulsar was launched on October 28 as freely, but all the drive back in 2001.

  • Costs Rs further than Pulsar 220F
  • Makes24.5 hp and21.5 Nm of torque
  • Gets a slip and assist clutch

Frame: As we would discover in 2018, this is the first time that a non-NS/ RS Pulsar gets a hinder mono-shock. Dispensable to say, the armature and swingarm are different units to incorporate this point. This complete difference in the underpinnings is anticipated to ameliorate the dynamics of the Pulsar and has been a long time coming. The suspense at the front, meanwhile, is a conventional telescopic chopstick.

Plan and features: The Pulsar N250 and F250 use an LED headlight and LED Daylight Running Lights. Both versions of the motorcycle also learn to resolve seats and Digi-analgoue instrumentation. The foldable glasses on the F250 are accumulated on the cutting- feeling semi-fairing, analogous to what we’ve looked at on the 220F. Behind the donation are given clip-on bars.

The naked Pulsar N250, meanwhile, has an aggressive front-end with a bold LED headlight. The hinder-end on both bikes is enough cutting with binary LED tail- lights looked on utmost different models in the Pulsar family. Still, the amalgamation wheel plan is exactly equal to the NS/ RS models.

The bikes come equipped with a 300 mm slice upfront and a 230 mm slice at the hinder with single-channel ABS. The new Pulsars have an energy tank capacity of 14 liters and weigh 162 kg for the N250 and 164 kg for the F250.

Motor and Gearbox: Powering the bike is a 24.5 hp,21.5 Nm, 249cc, SOHC, the oil-cooled machine which puts it between those of the Bajaj Pulsar 220F (20.4 hp/18.5 Nm) and Dominar 250 (27hp/23.5 Nm). This motor comes paired to a five-speed gearbox with a slip and assists clutch.


The Bajaj Pulsar N250 is a road-nude design of the new Pulsar and has been launched at Rs1.38 lakh whereas the Bajaj Pulsar F250, which gets a semi-faired look, has been priced at Rs1.40 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).


ENGINE – CategoryPulsar 250
TypeSingle cylinder, 4 strokes, SOHC, 2 Valve, Oil cooled, FI
Displacement249.07 cc
Max. Power24.5 PS @ 8750 rpm
Max. Torque21.5 Nm @ 6500 rpm
TransmissionConstant-mesh 5 speed
BRAKES – CategoryPulsar 250
Front300 mm Disc, Single Channel ABS
Rear230 mm Disc
SUSPENSION – CategoryPulsar 250
FrontTelescopic (37 mm)
RearMonoshock with Nitrox
DIMENSIONS – CategoryPulsar 250
Wheelbase1351 mm
Seat height – rider795 mm
Ground clearance165 mm
Kerb weight162 kg (Pulsar N250), 164 kg (Pulsar F250)
Fuel tank capacity14 L


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