The biggest displacement Bajaj Pulsar has arrived in the Indian market and the motorcycle range is available from Rs 1.38 lakh onwards. The quarter-litre Pulsar series comprises two variants – the N250 and the F250. Here we bring you a detailed image gallery of the new Bajaj Pulsar F250.
The new Bajaj Pulsar F250 gets a major styling makeover, and this model features a more muscular design than the Pulsar 220F. The styling cues include a semi-fairing design, a tall windscreen, a muscular fuel tank, a step-up seat, a new design for the split-style taillight, and a side-slung twin-barrel exhaust. The sporty design is further enhanced with the body-coloured engine cowl.
The colour choices are limited to two options right now, and buyers can only opt for either Racing Red or Techno Grey. We, however, can expect more options in the future.
The new Bajaj Pulsar F250 packs full-LED lighting as standard. The front features a bi-functional LED projector headlamp with an LED position lamp. At the back, the new Pulsar F250 uses a split-style LED taillight that features a new design.
The motorcycle uses a semi-digital instrument cluster that comprises an analogue tachometer and an LCD screen. Apart from the ride-related information, the LCD screen shows data about the gear position, fuel economy, and the range available.
The new Pulsar F250 is powered by a 249.07cc, single-cylinder, oil-cooled engine with fuel injection that produces 24.1bhp of power at 8,750rpm and 21.5Nm of peak torque at 6,500rpm. The motor is linked to a five-speed gearbox that benefits from an assist and slipper clutch function.
The new Pulsar F250 is built around a tubular chassis. The suspension tasks are handled by 37mm telescopic front forks and a rear mono-shock with Nitrox.
The braking setup includes a 300mm disc at the front and a 230mm rotor at the back while the safety net comprises a single-channel ABS.
Check out the detailed first ride video review of the new Bajaj Pulsar F250 and the Pulsar N250 below: