When Bajaj debuted two new flagship Pulsar models, the Bajaj Pulsar 250 and Pulsar F250, the Pulsar family of motorcycles acquired a new lease on life. In India, the line of sporty commuter motorcycles has recently celebrated two decades on the market and has gained cult status among budget-conscious riders.
However, in recent years, competition has been more fierce, with TVS’ Apache brand of motorcycles carrying off unprecedented stunts. Because they haven’t had a major upgrade in many years, some of the smaller Pulsars now look to be obsolete. Bajaj, on the other hand, has provided minor aesthetic and functionality improvements to all of its models on a regular basis.
Bajaj Pulsar New Generation Range
The Chakan-based motorcycle manufacturer currently sells a variety of Pulsar models with various engine displacements, including the 125, 150, 180, 220F, NS125, NS160, NS200, and RS200. Bajaj has stated that they will be abandoning their present line of Pulsar motorbikes and updating them to a new generation in the coming months with the debut of the Bajaj Pulsar 250 series.
Bajaj has been working on new Pulsar models for the smaller market. Pulsar’s 125cc to 200cc engines are likely to be overhauled within the next year. The Pulsar 125 and 150 account for the majority of Pulsar sales. These are most likely to be the first to be updated. With the introduction of new generation 250cc Pulsars, Bajaj is likely to phase out the 220F. In truth, the F250 appears to be a spiritual successor to the 220F, with a semi-faired design that is similar to that of the 220F. In terms of sales, the 220F sells roughly 5-7 thousand units every month. If the 220F is phased out, the new F250 will benefit directly in terms of sales.
The next-generation Pulsars should have a completely new design, chassis, and powertrains. Bajaj could possibly include some new features, such as a new semi-digital instrument console, in the next Pulsar models.
However, it would be some time before Bajaj offers the new-generation Pulsar bikes in India. Pulsar’s range will most likely begin with the Pulsar 125 and end with the Pulsar 250, with the Pulsar 150 and Pulsar 200 filling in the gaps. Bajaj is unlikely to expand the Pulsar range beyond the quarter-liter models because it already owns the Dominar brand and is collaborating with Triumph on a new motorbike line.
New Bajaj Pulsar 250 Features
Underneath their slightly varied appearances, the Pulsar N250 and F250 are the same motorcycles. The former has a completely bare appearance, whereas the latter has a semi-faired appearance. Due to the varied handlebars on the two bikes, there are also minor variances in riding posture.
A 249cc single-cylinder, air/oil-cooled motor produces 24 bhp and 21.5 Nm of peak torque and is combined with a 5-speed gearbox with a slipper clutch to power the Pulsar 250. The bikes feature a revolutionary split-tubular frame with traditional telescopic front forks and a mono-shock at the back.