Finally, after months of waiting and hype creation, Bajaj Auto has launched the 2022 Pulsar 250 in the market. The biggest Pulsar in the lineup comes with an attractive modern sporty design making it aerodynamically better than the older-gen Pulsars.
There are two variants F250 which sport a semi-fairing and another one is the N250 which is the naked 250cc Pulsar. The bikes are being offered in 2 paint schemes, Techno Grey and Racing Red.
The naked streetfighter Pulsar 250 the N250 is priced at Rs. 1,38,000 and the semi-faired F250 is priced at Rs. 1,40,000. All prices ex-showroom.
The new Pulsar 250 comes with a bi-functional LED Projector headlamp with LED DRLs. Also, the quarter-liter sports bike from Bajaj now switches to monoshock suspension with nitrox from the dual-nitrox suspension that we have been seeing on the Pulsar 150/180/220.
Coming to the powertrain, the new Pulsar 250 series is equipped with a single-cylinder, 4-stroke, SOHC, 2 Valve, Oil cooled, Fuel-injection supported 249 cc engine. The motor delivers a peak power of 24.5 @ 8750 RPM and maximum torque of 21.5 @ 6500 RPM.
The new Pulsar 250 features Assists & Slipper Clutch for smooth downshifting without having to go hard on the clutch.
For the first time, the 2022 Pulsar 250 comes with a gear position indicator in the instrument panel which has also been revamped, and now Bajaj refers to it as the Infinity Display Console.
The new generation quarter-liter Pulsar also supports USB mobile charging with a USB port near the tank flap.
To provide effortless grip on the road and perform reliably the Pulsar 250 has been equipped with 100/80 – 17 F & 130/70 – 17 R rubbers. The braking duty is managed by a 300mm single disc on the front wheel assisted by ABS. It’s a single-channel ABS.
The new 2022 Pulsar 250 will rival the likes of Suzuki Gixxer and FZ-25.