The four-stroke, DTS-i, air-cooled and single-cylinder engine produces 20.75bhp of maximum power output.
The 15 litre fuel tank gets a small tank pad to prevent scratches.
The gas charged shock absorbers offer five stage adjustment.
The sharp rear section continues to showcase Pulsar typical dual LED tail lights.
The 230mm rear disc amplifies the braking power provided by the front.
Split seats are on offer here for the rider and pillion.
The Pulsar 220F showcases a front that looks the part.
The 260mm front disc offers good braking power.
Split grab rails finished in black are provided on either side.
Switchgear quality on offer here is good.
The rear view mirrors mounted on the fairing look smart.
The refreshed instrument console is well laid out.
The five-speed gearbox shifts in the one-down four-up pattern.
Check out our photo gallery of the Bajaj Pulsar 220 with new colour scheme.
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