The Bajaj has launched its new Pulsar 250 models, and one among them is Bajaj Pulsar N250 which is a naked bike that churns out a good performance. The motorcycle has an aspirational styling. The new Pulsar N250 retain the backlit switchgear design, and Bajaj has added a few styling elements that speak of attention to detail. The features of the new Bajaj Pulsar N250 are noticeable. This motorcycle is the biggest pulsar ever, with torque on demand and an all-new engine.
Gear indicator, Clock, Fuel Efficiency, Range Indicator
Bi functional LED projector headlamp with LED DRLs
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The Bajaj Pulsar N250 gets power from a 249cc, single-cylinder, 4-stroke, SOHC, 4-valve, oil-cooled engine. This engine develops maximum power of 24.5PS at 8,750rpm and a torque of 21.5Nm at 6,500rpm. Also, the engine mates with a five-speed manual transmission gearbox. Bajaj Pulsar N250 comes up with an anti-locking braking system with both front and rear disc brakes.
Bajaj has kick-started a new era of its iconic Pulsar family with the launch of the new 250cc siblings. Out of the two variants of the bike, the Pulsar N250 is the naked version with a minimalistic yet aggressive front section with a single-piece handlebar. The semi-faired F trim gets a bulky front cowl with a clip-on. The Pulsar N250 retains some styling cues of the NS200 but in a fresh look.
The most distinctive feature of the new Pulsar N250 is the front fascia which comprises an LED projector flanked by eyebrow-like slim LED DRLs. The edginess and aggression continue at the back with sharp fuel tank extensions and a sleek and raked tail section. This motorcycle features an assist and slipper clutch for easy and safe gearshifts with a new semi-digital console. You also get a USB charging port sitting under the handlebar.
It rides on 17-inch alloy wheels wrapped with 100/80 and 130/70 section tyres at the front and rear, respectively. Handling damping duties are on 37mm telescopic forks at the front and a mono-shock at the end. The braking setup comprises a single disc at both ends. Bajaj Pulsar N250 is available in only one variant and three colours- Caribbean Blue, Racing Red and Techno Grey. This Pulsar N250 bike weighs 162kg and has a fuel tank capacity of 14liters.
Bajaj bikes came into existence in India way back in 1945 by introducing Chetak scooters. By 1986 they made a paradigm shift by having it’s focus completely on motorcycles and discontinued scooter manufacturing. From there Bajaj was always on course to seal a spot in the top motorcycle manufacturers. On the way, Bajaj made tie-up with Kawasaki in 1984 and KTM in 2007 in which former severed tie up in April 2017. As a result of years of R & D and technology assistance from KTM and Kawasaki, their models are now finding a place among the top and also within motorcycle aficionados.