The bike is due to be launched on October 28 and is likely to be offered in multiple variants.
After a lengthy and eventful build-up, Bajaj has just released the first teaser for its upcoming Pulsar 250. The motorcycle appears to be semi-faired, indicating it could be the Pulsar 250F, which is likely to be joined by the naked, standard Pulsar 250.
The teaser confirms multiple details about the upcoming bike that have been observed in spy shots thus far. First up, an LED headlight and LED Daytime Running Lamps, in addition to the fully digital instrumentation. The Pulsar 250 will also get a split seat, and its foldable mirrors will be mounted on the sharp and slender semi-fairing. Behind the fairing will be raised clip-on handlebars, similar to those seen on the Pulsar RS200.
It sports disc brakes at both ends, and the design of the alloy wheels is quite similar to those seen on the Pulsar NS200 and RS200. The quarter-litre motor will exhale through a side-mounted exhaust end can, and the engine in question is expected to be an air- and oil-cooled unit debuting Bajaj’s patented VVA system.