Bajaj Pulsar 220F gets updated instrument cluster

    Published On Jan 20, 2021 01:50:00 PM


    Apart from the updated instrument cluster, the Bajaj 220F has also received a change to its speedometer cable arrangement.

    Prices for the Bajaj Pulsar range of motorcycles were recently hiked. While nearly all the models remained the same, the Pulsar 220F (priced at Rs 1.25 lakh, ex-showroom) received a minor update in the form of an updated instrument cluster.

    • Bajaj Pulsar 220F instrument cluster updated

    • Speedometer cable now connected to the rear wheel

    The Bajaj Pulsar 220F continues to use a digi-analogue instrument cluster, just like before, but the manufacturer appears to have made changes to its layout. For starters, the fuel-gauge is now at the bottom-right corner of the screen, while the odometer has been moved to the right side. The unit now also displays fuel economy and range-to-empty, but is void of a gear position indicator.

    The rest of the bike remains unchanged. The Pulsar 220F is powered by a 220cc, air-cooled, fuel-injected, single-cylinder engine that produces peak output figures of 20.4hp at 8,500rpm and 18.55Nm at 7,000rpm.

    Bajaj Auto achieves milestone

    In other news, Bajaj recently became the first two-wheeler company in the world to cross a market capitalization of Rs 1 lakh crore. As per analysts, a market capitalisation of over Rs 1 lakh crore has not been achieved before by any international two-wheeler company anywhere in the world. Thus, Bajaj Auto is not only the most valued company in the two-wheeler segment, but also the first-ever two-wheeler company in the world to have reached this market cap milestone.

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