Bajaj Pulsar 250 Twins are now available in new Blue colour… There are now 10,000 250 twins on our roads…
So, Bajaj Auto have proudly announced that their new Pulsar 250 twins – F250 & N250 – have achieved the milestone of selling 10,000 units within 6 months of their launch.
Sharing via press release, they claim that their Pulsar F250 and Pulsar N250 achieved the 10,000 units sold milestone faster than any other motorcycle have in this post-BS-VI era.
Commenting on this achievement, Mr. Sarang Kanade (President of Motorcycle Business – Bajaj Auto) said –
“The all-new Pulsar 250 has been conceptualised with the single-minded purpose of injecting ‘Unadulterated Thrill’ into everyday riding. We are very pleased with the response from young riders across the country, who love the new-age form. We are conducting a series of Thrill-ology rides, passing through the length & breadth of India showcasing how the Pulsar 250 is the perfect entry sport bike in Indian conditions; and the response across all locations has been overwhelming. This sales milestone underlines our customers’ trust in Pulsar and the increasing demand for sports motorcycles due to high aspirations and changing lifestyles.”
2022 Bajaj Pulsar F250 & N250 in Caribbean Blue Colour
In the said press release, Bajaj Auto have also shared that the new Pulsar 250 twins are now available in a third colour – Caribbean Blue.
The new Blue shade is very reminiscent of the colour which covered the Pulsar bikes of the yesteryears. This new paint scheme joins the current two offerings – Racing Red & Techno Grey.
Similar to the other two colour schemes, the Caribbean Blue paint covers the fairing, the belly-pan, part of the front fender, rear side panel and small strips on the front & rear rims. The whole paint scheme is contrasted with use of Silver accent across the length of the motorcycle.
However, the addition of the new colour has not brought any change to the price of the Pulsar F250 and N250 bikes.
Bajaj Pulsar F250 is offered at Rs. 1,44,979/- (ex-showroom, Delhi), while the naked Pulsar N250 Rs. 1,43,680/- (ex-showroom, Delhi). Additionally, both the models are powered by Bajaj’s 249 cc, single-cylinder, oil-cooled engine 24.1 HP of power and 21.5 Nm of torque connected to a 5-speed transmission and aided by a slipper clutch.
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