Finally, the wait is over for the eagerly awaited all-new Bajaj Pulsar as the brand has introduced it as the Pulsar F250. With a surprise for its fans, the brand has launched two bikes, and another one is the N250. The F250 bike is available with a starting price of Rs 1.40 lakh (ex-showroom) in Delhi, and bookings for the semi-faired Pulsar have commenced from today, and deliveries will start from the first week of November during the festive season. Adding the all-new designed Pulsar to its current portfolio, Bajaj has begun a new era of technology in its bikes.
In terms of design, Bajaj has retained its half-fairing design from the 220F for the F250, but it now sports a more angular appearance. Some notable features include the projector lens headlight with LED DRLs, a new double-barrel exhaust muffler which is identical to the Dominar 400 and 250, a muscular fuel tank, a split-style seat and bifurcated taillights. In addition, the new Pulsar F250 features a digital-analogue instrument console like the Pulsar 220F, NS200, and RS200. The only missing feature is the much-anticipated Bluetooth connectivity feature.
Powering the new Bajaj Pulsar F250 is a 249cc, 4-stroke, oil-cooled, 2-valve, SOHC engine that uses fuel injection technology and is capable of churning out 24.5 PS of max power at 8750rpm and 21.5 Nm of max torque at 6500rpm. While the transmission chores are performed by the 5-speed constant mesh gearbox.
Talking about the suspension duties, the bike is equipped with 37mm telescopic front forks and a mono-shock with Nitrox at the rear. Moreover, it sports a 300mm front disc brake, a 230mm rear disc and single-channel ABS for enhanced rider safety. The motorbike is equipped with 100mm front and 130mm rear cross-section tyres and has a 164kg kerb weight. The Bajaj Pulsar F250 competes in the Indian market with the likes of the rest of the 250cc bikes like the Suzuki Gixxer 250, Yamaha FZ25, KTM Duke 250, and the 250cc Husqvarna motorcycles.