2024 Bajaj Pulsar N250

Quick review

The big change is the addition of a USD fork which is finished in champagne gold on two of the three colors

Bajaj has replaced the part analog display with a completely digital LCD unit which is also found on the Pulsar N150 & N160.

The N250 now features engine covers finished in gunmetal as opposed to the eye-catching copper-color.

Bajaj says the changes have added 2kg to the overall weight but that’s a negligible difference in the real world.

Bajaj has also increased the overall width of the tyre by 10mm but you'd hardly be able to tell the difference.


As before, this is a very competent motorcycle, but it does things in a bit of a clinical manner and isn’t the most characterful thing out there.

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Rs 1,50,829

Ex-showroom, Delhi
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