Bajaj has launched new All-Black variants of the Pulsar 250 twins (N250 and F250), both of which are priced at Rs 1.50 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). Compared to the standard N250 and F250, the All-Black versions cost Rs 6,000 and Rs 5,000 more, respectively.
The premium accounts for not only the new colour scheme – both models are also now equipped with dual-channel ABS for the first time (standard Pulsar 250s get single-channel ABS).
- Both models are finished in the Brooklyn Black paint shade
- Continued to be powered by a 24.5hp, 249cc engine
Bajaj Pulsar 250 All-Black: what’s new?
Bajaj has given the Pulsar 250 twins the all-black treatment by finishing them in the Brooklyn Black paint shade that was seen on the recently launched Pulsar N160. Both models feature a combination of gloss and matte paint on the panels and subtle red and silver accents. Even the engine casing, exhaust, alloy wheels, belly cowl and Pulsar badging on the tank have received the black treatment.
As mentioned above, the All-Black variants also bring in dual channel ABS to the Pulsar 250 line-up for the first time.
Bajaj Pulsar 250 All-Black: engine and gearbox
The Pulsar 250 All-Black variants continue to be powered by the same 24.5hp, 21.5Nm, 249cc, SOHC, air and oil-cooled single-cylinder engine. This engine comes paired to a five-speed gearbox with a slip and assist clutch.
Bajaj Pulsar 250 All-Black: underpinnings
Like the existing Pulsar 250s, the All-Black variants get a 300mm disc and a 100/80-17 tyre up front, while at the rear they use a 230mm disc and a 130/70-17 tyre. Suspension duties are taken care by a 37mm telescopic fork up front and a monoshock at the rear. The fuel tank capacity is 14 litres and they weigh identical to their respective single channel ABS versions (N250 – 162kg and F250 –164kg).
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