Bajaj Auto has posted a teaser video of the next generation of their famous Pulsar 250. The motorbike seems to be semi-faired, hinting that it might be the Pulsar 250F, which will most likely be joined by the naked, standard Pulsar NS250. The biggest Pulsar motorcycles are going to launch on October 28, 2021, during the company’s 20th-anniversary celebrations. Several new products have been added to the Pulsar lineup throughout the years and come under the company’s best-sellers. The teaser validates some aspects of the forthcoming bike that have been seen in spy pictures so far.
In terms of design, the teaser depicts a tall visor that would give enough wind protection when riding. On the semi-fairing, folding mirrors have been installed. It also displayed a split seat design, twin disc brakes, a raised clip-on handlebar, a split grab rail, LED lighting with daylight running lamps, and a digital instrument cluster. The design of alloy wheels is identical to the Pulsar NS200 and RS200. The engine is not shown in the teaser, but we can expect it to be the air and oil-cooled engine with Bajaj’s patent VVA technology and assist and slipper clutch.
As a result, the new Pulsars will be able to compete effectively with rival models from Suzuki and Yamaha. Other upgrades may include a Bluetooth-based connectivity feature. In addition, the bike supports disc brakes on both ends and side-mounted exhaust. The Pulsar 250F is anticipated to be priced aggressively by Bajaj, with prices ranging between Rs 1.35 lakh and Rs 1.40 lakh (ex-showroom). At this pricing, it will compete with the Yamaha FZS-25. Not many details are available yet, but we can get some more teasers before the official launch of the bike.