Bajaj Pulsar N250, F250 launched, priced from Rs 1.38 lakh

    The semi-faired Pulsar F250 only costs Rs 2,000 more than the N250 at Rs 1.40 lakh.

    Published On Oct 28, 2021 01:50:00 PM


    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), with despatch beginning November 10.

    • Costs Rs 4,000 more than Pulsar 220F

    • Makes 24.5hp and 21.5Nm of torque

    • Gets a slip and assist clutch

    Bajaj Pulsar N250, F250: design and features

    The Pulsar N250 and F250 use an LED headlight and LED Daytime Running Lamps. Both versions of the motorcycle also get split seats and digi-analgoue instrumentation. The foldable mirrors on the F250 are mounted on the sharp-looking semi-fairing, similar to what we’ve seen on the 220F. Behind the fairing are raised clip-on handlebars.

    The naked Pulsar N250, meanwhile, has an aggressive front-end with a prominent LED headlight. The rear-end on both bikes are fairly sharp with twin LED tail-lights seen on most other models in the Pulsar family. However, the alloy wheel design is exactly the same as the NS/RS models.

    Bajaj Pulsar N250, F250: engine and gearbox

    Powering the bike is a 24.5hp, 21.5Nm, 249cc, SOHC, oil-cooled engine which puts it between those of the Bajaj Pulsar 220F (20.4hp/18.5Nm) and Dominar 250 (27hp/23.5Nm). This engine comes paired to a five-speed gearbox with a slip and assist clutch.

    Bajaj Pulsar N250, F250: chassis

    Like we'd revealed in 2018, this is the first time that a non-NS/RS Pulsar gets a rear monoshock. Needless to say, the frame and swingarm are different units to incorporate this feature. This complete 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 bikes come equipped with a 300mm disc up front and 230mm disc at the rear with single-channel ABS. The new Pulsars have a fuel tank capacity of 14 litres and weigh 162kg for the N250 and 164kg for the F250.

    Also see:

    Bajaj Pulsar N250, F250 image gallery

    Bajaj Bikes

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