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Reviews of Bajaj Pulsar N250

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4.6/5

172 Ratings

43 Reviews

5 star

72%

4 star

22%

3 star

1%

2 star

0%

1 star

5%

₹ 1,50,613
Avg. Ex-Showroom price

Rating Parameters

(out of 5)

4

Visual Appeal


4

Reliability


4

Comfort


3

Service Experience


4

Value for Money

4

Performance

Reviews on Pulsar N250

  • Most Helpful (43)
  • Most Recent (43)
  • Critical (5)
  • Positive (38)
  • Excellent bike

    2 years ago


    Ashish

    Reasonable price .
    Best thing about this bike is performance and brakes. Extremely good at handling .
    Pros-
    1.Refined 250cc engine .
    2.Slipper clutch.
    3. Awesome breaks.
    4.Led projector
    5. Good sitting poster.
    6. Sleek design
    7.Sporty exhaust sound
    8.Good pricing
    Cons-
    Real type could be broader(140)
    Some vibrations on foot.
    More color options should be there.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    5

    Reliability


    5

    Comfort


    5

    Service Experience


    5

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Daily Commute

    Owned for

    > 1 yr

    Ridden for

    < 5000 kms

    Was this review helpful?

    35


    6


  • The perfect bike for everyday use.

    2 years ago


    Abhishek Das

    This is a perfect street naked bike for daily city commuting and occasional highway cruising.
    Looks - great though not the best.
    Ergonomics - excellent, the tubular one piece handlebar is little bit on lower side comparison to F250, provides excellent rider's triangle. Seat is excellent for rider as well as for the pillion. Pillion seat is broad and seat compound is also neutral (not too hard not too soft).
    Engine and performance - great 250cc for the masses. Engine has great low and mid range grunt with little top end. No need of 6th gear cause the gear ratios are quite long. You can potter around town in higher gears with lower speeds. The torque curve is really well spread. Rev the motor above 3000rpm and the bike shoots like a shooting star.
    Bajaj has played really well with Pulsar 250 twins.
    Bajaj has 2 categories of motorcycles for indian market. Standard and premium.
    Bajaj has manufactured pulsar 250 for the standard market.
    That's why the price is low compared to dominar 250, ktm duke 250 etc.
    If anybody needs 6th gear, dual channel abs, wide rear tyre, fully digital console, liquid cooling system and dual channel ABS can opt for the premium category.
    It is the most value for money 250cc motorcycle from the legendary pulsar brand.

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    Never owned

    Was this review helpful?

    28


    7


  • Experience

    1 year ago


    Ankur Kundu

    It's surprisingly bad I have to visit the service center nearly 20 times for this bike. It has a bad sensor. Bad battery. Overall bad experience. Last week the bike feel the worst day of my life when in the middle of the road the bike got off and does not start.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    4

    Visual Appeal


    1

    Reliability


    4

    Comfort


    1

    Service Experience


    3

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Daily Commute

    Owned for

    6 months-1 yr

    Ridden for

    5000-10000 kms

    Was this review helpful?

    33


    18


  • Bajaj Pulsar N250 review

    2 years ago


    Gosakan

    5 speed gear box is more than enough for daily commute, it has slipper clutch and more torque machine, it is not meant for sportier bike it is torquish bike, it has led headlight and many led stuffs, fresh design for a pulsar. Value for money at the price segment. Oil cooling system is the only drawback but its not too worse for the performance oil cooling is good.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    4

    Reliability


    5

    Comfort


    2

    Service Experience


    5

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Daily Commute

    Owned for

    Never owned

    Tips for other riders

    Regular service will increase its reliability

    Was this review helpful?

    26


    13


  • Blink awesome

    2 years ago


    Swarup R

    Pulsar 250 naked riding experience was good to be very smooth and very easy handling to city side, a city outside performance to good and look is great night time ride I like very much because, for that projector light, small minus point for me 5 speed, not enough for me 6 gear is must 250cc.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    2

    Reliability


    4

    Performance


    4

    Comfort


    3

    Service Experience

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    3-6 months

    Ridden for

    < 5000 kms

    Was this review helpful?

    14


    3


  • The best 250cc under 2L on road

    1 year ago


    Pratik

    The buying experience was pretty smooth and fast. Even though nowadays bikes come with a 4-valve engine this one feels soo smooth and better compared to the Apache RTR 200 4v for example even after being a 2 valve so had to pick this. Almost as smooth as a Honda. The black variant looks beautiful. The headlight is very effective and bright. Surprisingly it's more nimble than Apache which is 10 kgs lighter than this, so has surprisingly good weight distribution. Has a good road presence since it's not so common. The brakes are amazing and with the dual channel abs it is almost a complete bike with just one major fault in my perspective i.e. both the front and rear tyres are slimmer for a 250cc bike should've been a little more fatter for better road grip and could've instilled more confidence at higher speeds. You can easily cruise at 90-100 or even 110 kmph all day on highways without any issues. Could've had the option for Bluetooth connectivity and priced that variant a bit higher just to kill the competition. Gives decent mileage for a quarter liter bike of around 36-40 kmpl in a tier one city so bumper-to-bumper traffic is compulsory here lol. And you could get around 42-44kmpl on highways. One of the sanest purchases I made and I'm very happy about it since it's an amazing bike that isn't talked about much since it's a bajaj vs the Japanese competition in the 250cc segment. A new engine to compete against an already reliable one i.e fz25 and also launched at a time when petrol costs more than 100 RS a litre so has a long way to go to prove itself but it's worth the money and a beautiful machine nonetheless.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    4

    Reliability


    5

    Performance


    5

    Comfort


    4

    Service Experience

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    < 3 months

    Ridden for

    < 5000 kms

    Was this review helpful?

    18


    9


  • Best 250cc bike

    1 year ago


    Simranjeet

    Fantastic experience best affordable 250 cc bike with excellent performance
    Easy riding in the city and good sound attracts people's attention.
    Weight and overall design are perfect with good sitting posture and handle grip
    The only drawback is the 6th gear as it has more power as described in the specs as you can get to 150 without any vibration.

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Leisure Rides

    Owned for

    6 months-1 yr

    Ridden for

    < 5000 kms

    Was this review helpful?

    11


    2


  • Bajaj Pulsar N250 review

    2 years ago


    Zunaith

    Amazing ride happened and this bike is meant for me! whole world said ns200 is better than buying n250!! but I'll go for this amazing 250cc machine!!! though 5 gears and single abs is enough for me and maybe Bajaj update in future upcoming! either d250 also powerful but as per budget segment 250cc is only good.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    5

    Reliability


    5

    Performance


    5

    Comfort


    5

    Service Experience

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    < 3 months

    Ridden for

    < 5000 kms

    Was this review helpful?

    14


    6


  • Most affordable quarter liter beast

    1 year ago


    Nizam Khan

    This is the "most affordable quarter liter beast"
    When I was planning to upgrade my bike I test ride multiple bikes and scooters. Once I realize I could get a good quarter-liter engine bike with bajaj I tried to test ride this however I could ride for a very short distance. Still, the beast has impressed me a lot so i would like to share some points.
    1. Looks --amazing looks it has everything like in the front you get big size 130 sector 17-inch wheel in the rear and 100 section tire in the front which makes bike heavy and it gives you riding confidence.
    Projector headlamp with led drl in the front which looks like a transformer. I really like the front.
    2. Features -it comes with a special wave key and once you switch on the key the pilot lamp turns on. This was not the case in n160.
    3. Along with the bigger tire it has 37mm telescopic fork and 300 mm disc break in front and 270 mm in the rear along with dual channel abs.
    4. Slipper clutch for easy down shift and upshift.
    5. All led light setup
    6. Super smooth engine
    7. Very good exhaust
    8. Built quality, fit and finish.
    If you are looking for a powerful machine around 1.5-1.75 lac this should be on top of your list. It ticks all the features except the fully digital meter.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    4

    Visual Appeal


    4

    Reliability


    4

    Performance


    4

    Comfort


    4

    Service Experience

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    Never owned

    Was this review helpful?

    11


    3


  • Best Daily Commuter

    11 weeks ago


    Bhavya Rajput

    I have owned this bike for more than a year and didn't face any problems.
    It gives a thump to the ride.
    .
    ..
    ...

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    5

    Reliability


    5

    Comfort


    5

    Service Experience


    5

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Daily Commute

    Owned for

    > 1 yr

    Ridden for

    > 15000 kms

    Tips for other riders

    Just don't put the key on for too long after turning off the bike. This can lead to fast battery drain

    Was this review helpful?

    8


    0

  • Excellent bike

    2 years ago


    Ashish

    Reasonable price .
    Best thing about this bike is performance and brakes. Extremely good at handling .
    Pros-
    1.Refined 250cc engine .
    2.Slipper clutch.
    3. Awesome breaks.
    4.Led projector
    5. Good sitting poster.
    6. Sleek design
    7.Sporty exhaust sound
    8.Good pricing
    Cons-
    Real type could be broader(140)
    Some vibrations on foot.
    More color options should be there.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    5

    Reliability


    5

    Comfort


    5

    Service Experience


    5

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Daily Commute

    Owned for

    > 1 yr

    Ridden for

    < 5000 kms

    Was this review helpful?

    35


    6


  • The perfect bike for everyday use.

    2 years ago


    Abhishek Das

    This is a perfect street naked bike for daily city commuting and occasional highway cruising.
    Looks - great though not the best.
    Ergonomics - excellent, the tubular one piece handlebar is little bit on lower side comparison to F250, provides excellent rider's triangle. Seat is excellent for rider as well as for the pillion. Pillion seat is broad and seat compound is also neutral (not too hard not too soft).
    Engine and performance - great 250cc for the masses. Engine has great low and mid range grunt with little top end. No need of 6th gear cause the gear ratios are quite long. You can potter around town in higher gears with lower speeds. The torque curve is really well spread. Rev the motor above 3000rpm and the bike shoots like a shooting star.
    Bajaj has played really well with Pulsar 250 twins.
    Bajaj has 2 categories of motorcycles for indian market. Standard and premium.
    Bajaj has manufactured pulsar 250 for the standard market.
    That's why the price is low compared to dominar 250, ktm duke 250 etc.
    If anybody needs 6th gear, dual channel abs, wide rear tyre, fully digital console, liquid cooling system and dual channel ABS can opt for the premium category.
    It is the most value for money 250cc motorcycle from the legendary pulsar brand.

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    Never owned

    Was this review helpful?

    28


    7


  • Experience

    1 year ago


    Ankur Kundu

    It's surprisingly bad I have to visit the service center nearly 20 times for this bike. It has a bad sensor. Bad battery. Overall bad experience. Last week the bike feel the worst day of my life when in the middle of the road the bike got off and does not start.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    4

    Visual Appeal


    1

    Reliability


    4

    Comfort


    1

    Service Experience


    3

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Daily Commute

    Owned for

    6 months-1 yr

    Ridden for

    5000-10000 kms

    Was this review helpful?

    33


    18


  • Bajaj Pulsar N250 review

    2 years ago


    Gosakan

    5 speed gear box is more than enough for daily commute, it has slipper clutch and more torque machine, it is not meant for sportier bike it is torquish bike, it has led headlight and many led stuffs, fresh design for a pulsar. Value for money at the price segment. Oil cooling system is the only drawback but its not too worse for the performance oil cooling is good.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    4

    Reliability


    5

    Comfort


    2

    Service Experience


    5

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Daily Commute

    Owned for

    Never owned

    Tips for other riders

    Regular service will increase its reliability

    Was this review helpful?

    26


    13


  • Blink awesome

    2 years ago


    Swarup R

    Pulsar 250 naked riding experience was good to be very smooth and very easy handling to city side, a city outside performance to good and look is great night time ride I like very much because, for that projector light, small minus point for me 5 speed, not enough for me 6 gear is must 250cc.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    2

    Reliability


    4

    Performance


    4

    Comfort


    3

    Service Experience

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    3-6 months

    Ridden for

    < 5000 kms

    Was this review helpful?

    14


    3


  • The best 250cc under 2L on road

    1 year ago


    Pratik

    The buying experience was pretty smooth and fast. Even though nowadays bikes come with a 4-valve engine this one feels soo smooth and better compared to the Apache RTR 200 4v for example even after being a 2 valve so had to pick this. Almost as smooth as a Honda. The black variant looks beautiful. The headlight is very effective and bright. Surprisingly it's more nimble than Apache which is 10 kgs lighter than this, so has surprisingly good weight distribution. Has a good road presence since it's not so common. The brakes are amazing and with the dual channel abs it is almost a complete bike with just one major fault in my perspective i.e. both the front and rear tyres are slimmer for a 250cc bike should've been a little more fatter for better road grip and could've instilled more confidence at higher speeds. You can easily cruise at 90-100 or even 110 kmph all day on highways without any issues. Could've had the option for Bluetooth connectivity and priced that variant a bit higher just to kill the competition. Gives decent mileage for a quarter liter bike of around 36-40 kmpl in a tier one city so bumper-to-bumper traffic is compulsory here lol. And you could get around 42-44kmpl on highways. One of the sanest purchases I made and I'm very happy about it since it's an amazing bike that isn't talked about much since it's a bajaj vs the Japanese competition in the 250cc segment. A new engine to compete against an already reliable one i.e fz25 and also launched at a time when petrol costs more than 100 RS a litre so has a long way to go to prove itself but it's worth the money and a beautiful machine nonetheless.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    4

    Reliability


    5

    Performance


    5

    Comfort


    4

    Service Experience

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    < 3 months

    Ridden for

    < 5000 kms

    Was this review helpful?

    18


    9


  • Best 250cc bike

    1 year ago


    Simranjeet

    Fantastic experience best affordable 250 cc bike with excellent performance
    Easy riding in the city and good sound attracts people's attention.
    Weight and overall design are perfect with good sitting posture and handle grip
    The only drawback is the 6th gear as it has more power as described in the specs as you can get to 150 without any vibration.

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Leisure Rides

    Owned for

    6 months-1 yr

    Ridden for

    < 5000 kms

    Was this review helpful?

    11


    2


  • Bajaj Pulsar N250 review

    2 years ago


    Zunaith

    Amazing ride happened and this bike is meant for me! whole world said ns200 is better than buying n250!! but I'll go for this amazing 250cc machine!!! though 5 gears and single abs is enough for me and maybe Bajaj update in future upcoming! either d250 also powerful but as per budget segment 250cc is only good.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    5

    Reliability


    5

    Performance


    5

    Comfort


    5

    Service Experience

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    < 3 months

    Ridden for

    < 5000 kms

    Was this review helpful?

    14


    6


  • Most affordable quarter liter beast

    1 year ago


    Nizam Khan

    This is the "most affordable quarter liter beast"
    When I was planning to upgrade my bike I test ride multiple bikes and scooters. Once I realize I could get a good quarter-liter engine bike with bajaj I tried to test ride this however I could ride for a very short distance. Still, the beast has impressed me a lot so i would like to share some points.
    1. Looks --amazing looks it has everything like in the front you get big size 130 sector 17-inch wheel in the rear and 100 section tire in the front which makes bike heavy and it gives you riding confidence.
    Projector headlamp with led drl in the front which looks like a transformer. I really like the front.
    2. Features -it comes with a special wave key and once you switch on the key the pilot lamp turns on. This was not the case in n160.
    3. Along with the bigger tire it has 37mm telescopic fork and 300 mm disc break in front and 270 mm in the rear along with dual channel abs.
    4. Slipper clutch for easy down shift and upshift.
    5. All led light setup
    6. Super smooth engine
    7. Very good exhaust
    8. Built quality, fit and finish.
    If you are looking for a powerful machine around 1.5-1.75 lac this should be on top of your list. It ticks all the features except the fully digital meter.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    4

    Visual Appeal


    4

    Reliability


    4

    Performance


    4

    Comfort


    4

    Service Experience

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    Never owned

    Was this review helpful?

    11


    3


  • Best Daily Commuter

    11 weeks ago


    Bhavya Rajput

    I have owned this bike for more than a year and didn't face any problems.
    It gives a thump to the ride.
    .
    ..
    ...

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    5

    Reliability


    5

    Comfort


    5

    Service Experience


    5

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Daily Commute

    Owned for

    > 1 yr

    Ridden for

    > 15000 kms

    Tips for other riders

    Just don't put the key on for too long after turning off the bike. This can lead to fast battery drain

    Was this review helpful?

    8


    0

  • Excellent bike

    2 years ago


    Ashish

    Reasonable price .
    Best thing about this bike is performance and brakes. Extremely good at handling .
    Pros-
    1.Refined 250cc engine .
    2.Slipper clutch.
    3. Awesome breaks.
    4.Led projector
    5. Good sitting poster.
    6. Sleek design
    7.Sporty exhaust sound
    8.Good pricing
    Cons-
    Real type could be broader(140)
    Some vibrations on foot.
    More color options should be there.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    5

    Reliability


    5

    Comfort


    5

    Service Experience


    5

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Daily Commute

    Owned for

    > 1 yr

    Ridden for

    < 5000 kms

    Was this review helpful?

    35


    6


  • The perfect bike for everyday use.

    2 years ago


    Abhishek Das

    This is a perfect street naked bike for daily city commuting and occasional highway cruising.
    Looks - great though not the best.
    Ergonomics - excellent, the tubular one piece handlebar is little bit on lower side comparison to F250, provides excellent rider's triangle. Seat is excellent for rider as well as for the pillion. Pillion seat is broad and seat compound is also neutral (not too hard not too soft).
    Engine and performance - great 250cc for the masses. Engine has great low and mid range grunt with little top end. No need of 6th gear cause the gear ratios are quite long. You can potter around town in higher gears with lower speeds. The torque curve is really well spread. Rev the motor above 3000rpm and the bike shoots like a shooting star.
    Bajaj has played really well with Pulsar 250 twins.
    Bajaj has 2 categories of motorcycles for indian market. Standard and premium.
    Bajaj has manufactured pulsar 250 for the standard market.
    That's why the price is low compared to dominar 250, ktm duke 250 etc.
    If anybody needs 6th gear, dual channel abs, wide rear tyre, fully digital console, liquid cooling system and dual channel ABS can opt for the premium category.
    It is the most value for money 250cc motorcycle from the legendary pulsar brand.

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    Never owned

    Was this review helpful?

    28


    7


  • Experience

    1 year ago


    Ankur Kundu

    It's surprisingly bad I have to visit the service center nearly 20 times for this bike. It has a bad sensor. Bad battery. Overall bad experience. Last week the bike feel the worst day of my life when in the middle of the road the bike got off and does not start.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    4

    Visual Appeal


    1

    Reliability


    4

    Comfort


    1

    Service Experience


    3

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Daily Commute

    Owned for

    6 months-1 yr

    Ridden for

    5000-10000 kms

    Was this review helpful?

    33


    18


  • Bajaj Pulsar N250 review

    2 years ago


    Gosakan

    5 speed gear box is more than enough for daily commute, it has slipper clutch and more torque machine, it is not meant for sportier bike it is torquish bike, it has led headlight and many led stuffs, fresh design for a pulsar. Value for money at the price segment. Oil cooling system is the only drawback but its not too worse for the performance oil cooling is good.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    4

    Reliability


    5

    Comfort


    2

    Service Experience


    5

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Daily Commute

    Owned for

    Never owned

    Tips for other riders

    Regular service will increase its reliability

    Was this review helpful?

    26


    13


  • Blink awesome

    2 years ago


    Swarup R

    Pulsar 250 naked riding experience was good to be very smooth and very easy handling to city side, a city outside performance to good and look is great night time ride I like very much because, for that projector light, small minus point for me 5 speed, not enough for me 6 gear is must 250cc.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    2

    Reliability


    4

    Performance


    4

    Comfort


    3

    Service Experience

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    3-6 months

    Ridden for

    < 5000 kms

    Was this review helpful?

    14


    3


  • The best 250cc under 2L on road

    1 year ago


    Pratik

    The buying experience was pretty smooth and fast. Even though nowadays bikes come with a 4-valve engine this one feels soo smooth and better compared to the Apache RTR 200 4v for example even after being a 2 valve so had to pick this. Almost as smooth as a Honda. The black variant looks beautiful. The headlight is very effective and bright. Surprisingly it's more nimble than Apache which is 10 kgs lighter than this, so has surprisingly good weight distribution. Has a good road presence since it's not so common. The brakes are amazing and with the dual channel abs it is almost a complete bike with just one major fault in my perspective i.e. both the front and rear tyres are slimmer for a 250cc bike should've been a little more fatter for better road grip and could've instilled more confidence at higher speeds. You can easily cruise at 90-100 or even 110 kmph all day on highways without any issues. Could've had the option for Bluetooth connectivity and priced that variant a bit higher just to kill the competition. Gives decent mileage for a quarter liter bike of around 36-40 kmpl in a tier one city so bumper-to-bumper traffic is compulsory here lol. And you could get around 42-44kmpl on highways. One of the sanest purchases I made and I'm very happy about it since it's an amazing bike that isn't talked about much since it's a bajaj vs the Japanese competition in the 250cc segment. A new engine to compete against an already reliable one i.e fz25 and also launched at a time when petrol costs more than 100 RS a litre so has a long way to go to prove itself but it's worth the money and a beautiful machine nonetheless.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    4

    Reliability


    5

    Performance


    5

    Comfort


    4

    Service Experience

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    < 3 months

    Ridden for

    < 5000 kms

    Was this review helpful?

    18


    9


  • Best 250cc bike

    1 year ago


    Simranjeet

    Fantastic experience best affordable 250 cc bike with excellent performance
    Easy riding in the city and good sound attracts people's attention.
    Weight and overall design are perfect with good sitting posture and handle grip
    The only drawback is the 6th gear as it has more power as described in the specs as you can get to 150 without any vibration.

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Leisure Rides

    Owned for

    6 months-1 yr

    Ridden for

    < 5000 kms

    Was this review helpful?

    11


    2


  • Bajaj Pulsar N250 review

    2 years ago


    Zunaith

    Amazing ride happened and this bike is meant for me! whole world said ns200 is better than buying n250!! but I'll go for this amazing 250cc machine!!! though 5 gears and single abs is enough for me and maybe Bajaj update in future upcoming! either d250 also powerful but as per budget segment 250cc is only good.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    5

    Reliability


    5

    Performance


    5

    Comfort


    5

    Service Experience

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    < 3 months

    Ridden for

    < 5000 kms

    Was this review helpful?

    14


    6


  • Most affordable quarter liter beast

    1 year ago


    Nizam Khan

    This is the "most affordable quarter liter beast"
    When I was planning to upgrade my bike I test ride multiple bikes and scooters. Once I realize I could get a good quarter-liter engine bike with bajaj I tried to test ride this however I could ride for a very short distance. Still, the beast has impressed me a lot so i would like to share some points.
    1. Looks --amazing looks it has everything like in the front you get big size 130 sector 17-inch wheel in the rear and 100 section tire in the front which makes bike heavy and it gives you riding confidence.
    Projector headlamp with led drl in the front which looks like a transformer. I really like the front.
    2. Features -it comes with a special wave key and once you switch on the key the pilot lamp turns on. This was not the case in n160.
    3. Along with the bigger tire it has 37mm telescopic fork and 300 mm disc break in front and 270 mm in the rear along with dual channel abs.
    4. Slipper clutch for easy down shift and upshift.
    5. All led light setup
    6. Super smooth engine
    7. Very good exhaust
    8. Built quality, fit and finish.
    If you are looking for a powerful machine around 1.5-1.75 lac this should be on top of your list. It ticks all the features except the fully digital meter.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    4

    Visual Appeal


    4

    Reliability


    4

    Performance


    4

    Comfort


    4

    Service Experience

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    Never owned

    Was this review helpful?

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    3


  • Best Daily Commuter

    11 weeks ago


    Bhavya Rajput

    I have owned this bike for more than a year and didn't face any problems.
    It gives a thump to the ride.
    .
    ..
    ...

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    5

    Reliability


    5

    Comfort


    5

    Service Experience


    5

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Daily Commute

    Owned for

    > 1 yr

    Ridden for

    > 15000 kms

    Tips for other riders

    Just don't put the key on for too long after turning off the bike. This can lead to fast battery drain

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    0

  • Excellent bike

    2 years ago


    Ashish

    Reasonable price .
    Best thing about this bike is performance and brakes. Extremely good at handling .
    Pros-
    1.Refined 250cc engine .
    2.Slipper clutch.
    3. Awesome breaks.
    4.Led projector
    5. Good sitting poster.
    6. Sleek design
    7.Sporty exhaust sound
    8.Good pricing
    Cons-
    Real type could be broader(140)
    Some vibrations on foot.
    More color options should be there.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    5

    Reliability


    5

    Comfort


    5

    Service Experience


    5

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Daily Commute

    Owned for

    > 1 yr

    Ridden for

    < 5000 kms

    Was this review helpful?

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    6


  • The perfect bike for everyday use.

    2 years ago


    Abhishek Das

    This is a perfect street naked bike for daily city commuting and occasional highway cruising.
    Looks - great though not the best.
    Ergonomics - excellent, the tubular one piece handlebar is little bit on lower side comparison to F250, provides excellent rider's triangle. Seat is excellent for rider as well as for the pillion. Pillion seat is broad and seat compound is also neutral (not too hard not too soft).
    Engine and performance - great 250cc for the masses. Engine has great low and mid range grunt with little top end. No need of 6th gear cause the gear ratios are quite long. You can potter around town in higher gears with lower speeds. The torque curve is really well spread. Rev the motor above 3000rpm and the bike shoots like a shooting star.
    Bajaj has played really well with Pulsar 250 twins.
    Bajaj has 2 categories of motorcycles for indian market. Standard and premium.
    Bajaj has manufactured pulsar 250 for the standard market.
    That's why the price is low compared to dominar 250, ktm duke 250 etc.
    If anybody needs 6th gear, dual channel abs, wide rear tyre, fully digital console, liquid cooling system and dual channel ABS can opt for the premium category.
    It is the most value for money 250cc motorcycle from the legendary pulsar brand.

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    Never owned

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    7


  • Experience

    1 year ago


    Ankur Kundu

    It's surprisingly bad I have to visit the service center nearly 20 times for this bike. It has a bad sensor. Bad battery. Overall bad experience. Last week the bike feel the worst day of my life when in the middle of the road the bike got off and does not start.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    4

    Visual Appeal


    1

    Reliability


    4

    Comfort


    1

    Service Experience


    3

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Daily Commute

    Owned for

    6 months-1 yr

    Ridden for

    5000-10000 kms

    Was this review helpful?

    33


    18


  • Bajaj Pulsar N250 review

    2 years ago


    Gosakan

    5 speed gear box is more than enough for daily commute, it has slipper clutch and more torque machine, it is not meant for sportier bike it is torquish bike, it has led headlight and many led stuffs, fresh design for a pulsar. Value for money at the price segment. Oil cooling system is the only drawback but its not too worse for the performance oil cooling is good.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    4

    Reliability


    5

    Comfort


    2

    Service Experience


    5

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Daily Commute

    Owned for

    Never owned

    Tips for other riders

    Regular service will increase its reliability

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    13


  • Blink awesome

    2 years ago


    Swarup R

    Pulsar 250 naked riding experience was good to be very smooth and very easy handling to city side, a city outside performance to good and look is great night time ride I like very much because, for that projector light, small minus point for me 5 speed, not enough for me 6 gear is must 250cc.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    2

    Reliability


    4

    Performance


    4

    Comfort


    3

    Service Experience

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    3-6 months

    Ridden for

    < 5000 kms

    Was this review helpful?

    14


    3


  • The best 250cc under 2L on road

    1 year ago


    Pratik

    The buying experience was pretty smooth and fast. Even though nowadays bikes come with a 4-valve engine this one feels soo smooth and better compared to the Apache RTR 200 4v for example even after being a 2 valve so had to pick this. Almost as smooth as a Honda. The black variant looks beautiful. The headlight is very effective and bright. Surprisingly it's more nimble than Apache which is 10 kgs lighter than this, so has surprisingly good weight distribution. Has a good road presence since it's not so common. The brakes are amazing and with the dual channel abs it is almost a complete bike with just one major fault in my perspective i.e. both the front and rear tyres are slimmer for a 250cc bike should've been a little more fatter for better road grip and could've instilled more confidence at higher speeds. You can easily cruise at 90-100 or even 110 kmph all day on highways without any issues. Could've had the option for Bluetooth connectivity and priced that variant a bit higher just to kill the competition. Gives decent mileage for a quarter liter bike of around 36-40 kmpl in a tier one city so bumper-to-bumper traffic is compulsory here lol. And you could get around 42-44kmpl on highways. One of the sanest purchases I made and I'm very happy about it since it's an amazing bike that isn't talked about much since it's a bajaj vs the Japanese competition in the 250cc segment. A new engine to compete against an already reliable one i.e fz25 and also launched at a time when petrol costs more than 100 RS a litre so has a long way to go to prove itself but it's worth the money and a beautiful machine nonetheless.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    4

    Reliability


    5

    Performance


    5

    Comfort


    4

    Service Experience

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    < 3 months

    Ridden for

    < 5000 kms

    Was this review helpful?

    18


    9


  • Best 250cc bike

    1 year ago


    Simranjeet

    Fantastic experience best affordable 250 cc bike with excellent performance
    Easy riding in the city and good sound attracts people's attention.
    Weight and overall design are perfect with good sitting posture and handle grip
    The only drawback is the 6th gear as it has more power as described in the specs as you can get to 150 without any vibration.

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Leisure Rides

    Owned for

    6 months-1 yr

    Ridden for

    < 5000 kms

    Was this review helpful?

    11


    2


  • Bajaj Pulsar N250 review

    2 years ago


    Zunaith

    Amazing ride happened and this bike is meant for me! whole world said ns200 is better than buying n250!! but I'll go for this amazing 250cc machine!!! though 5 gears and single abs is enough for me and maybe Bajaj update in future upcoming! either d250 also powerful but as per budget segment 250cc is only good.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    5

    Reliability


    5

    Performance


    5

    Comfort


    5

    Service Experience

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    < 3 months

    Ridden for

    < 5000 kms

    Was this review helpful?

    14


    6


  • Most affordable quarter liter beast

    1 year ago


    Nizam Khan

    This is the "most affordable quarter liter beast"
    When I was planning to upgrade my bike I test ride multiple bikes and scooters. Once I realize I could get a good quarter-liter engine bike with bajaj I tried to test ride this however I could ride for a very short distance. Still, the beast has impressed me a lot so i would like to share some points.
    1. Looks --amazing looks it has everything like in the front you get big size 130 sector 17-inch wheel in the rear and 100 section tire in the front which makes bike heavy and it gives you riding confidence.
    Projector headlamp with led drl in the front which looks like a transformer. I really like the front.
    2. Features -it comes with a special wave key and once you switch on the key the pilot lamp turns on. This was not the case in n160.
    3. Along with the bigger tire it has 37mm telescopic fork and 300 mm disc break in front and 270 mm in the rear along with dual channel abs.
    4. Slipper clutch for easy down shift and upshift.
    5. All led light setup
    6. Super smooth engine
    7. Very good exhaust
    8. Built quality, fit and finish.
    If you are looking for a powerful machine around 1.5-1.75 lac this should be on top of your list. It ticks all the features except the fully digital meter.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    4

    Visual Appeal


    4

    Reliability


    4

    Performance


    4

    Comfort


    4

    Service Experience

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    Never owned

    Was this review helpful?

    11


    3


  • Best Daily Commuter

    11 weeks ago


    Bhavya Rajput

    I have owned this bike for more than a year and didn't face any problems.
    It gives a thump to the ride.
    .
    ..
    ...

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    5

    Reliability


    5

    Comfort


    5

    Service Experience


    5

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Daily Commute

    Owned for

    > 1 yr

    Ridden for

    > 15000 kms

    Tips for other riders

    Just don't put the key on for too long after turning off the bike. This can lead to fast battery drain

    Was this review helpful?

    8


    0

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