Wednesday, July 6

Bajaj Pulsar N250, F250 launched. Prices start at INR 1.38 lakhs

Bajaj has launched the Pulsar N250 and F250 in India at Rs 1.38 lakh and Rs 1.40 lakh respectively (all prices, ex-showroom Delhi), The former is a naked variant whereas the latter is a semi-faired variant.

The Pulsar N250 and F250 features bi-functional projector-type LED headlamp along with LED DRLs.. In terms of features, both motorcycles come with an “Infinity Display Console” with a tachometer needle. The foldable mirrors on the F250 are mounted on the sharp-looking semi-fairing. The naked Pulsar N250, meanwhile, has an aggressive front-end with a prominent LED headlight.

Both motorcycles have a common split seats, sharp tail section, features split grab rails and the signature twin slat taillights, albeit with a boomerang shape now. A floating bracket holds the registration plate and the rear blinkers, while the mudguard is a two-piece wheeler-hugger type unit, mounted on the swingarm, like the compact saree guard. The stubby, twin-port, upswept exhaust canister completes the look.

The 250F continues to use non-adjustable clip-on handlebars, while the N250 uses a conventional, flat and wide handlebar.

The Pulsar 250 twins ride on a tubular cradle-frame. This is the first time that a non-NS/RS Pulsar gets a rear monoshock. This change in the underpinnings is expected to improve the dynamics of the Pulsar and has been a long time coming. The suspension at the front, meanwhile, is a conventional telescopic fork. The new Bajaj Pulsar also has a seat height of 795mm and a ground clearance of 165mm.

Powering the bike is a 24.5hp, 21.5Nm, 249cc, SOHC, oil-cooled engine. This engine comes paired to a five-speed gearbox with a slip and assist clutch.

Bajaj Pulsar N250

Bajaj Pulsar F250

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

%d bloggers like this: