Bajaj Pulsar N250 and F250 have now gained a dual-channel ABS system providing higher security for a premium of Rs. 5,000 over the single-channel ABS variant
Hot on the heels of the debut of the Pulsar N160, Bajaj Auto has in the present day introduced the launch of the Pulsar N250 and F250 with a dual-channel ABS system within the home market. Offered solely within the new Brooklyn Black color scheme that can also be out there within the N160, the dual-channel ABS variant is Rs. 5,000 dearer than the single-channel ABS-equipped mannequin.
Upon their market launch late final 12 months, the brand new Pulsar twins, the N250 and F250 have been priced at Rs. 1.38 lakh and Rs. 1.40 lakh respectively (ex-showroom) and so they witnessed value hikes alongside the best way. Now, the Bajaj Pulsar N250 and F250 dual-channel ABS variants have a beginning value of Rs. 1,49,978 (ex-showroom, New Delhi) – Rs. 1,43,680 and Rs. 1,44,979 for N250 and F250 single-channel ABS variations respectively.
It is value noting that the newly launched Pulsar N160 will be purchased in single- in addition to dual-channel ABS techniques. The quarter-litre Pulsar 250 twins don’t get any adjustments barring the brand new color scheme and improved security this time round. The different paint schemes provided with the 2022 Bajaj Pulsar N250 and F250 are Techno Grey, Racing Red and Blue.
The Pulsar N250 is a unadorned streetfighter whereas the F250 is its semi-faired sibling, which changed the 220F. As for the efficiency, each are outfitted with a 249.07 cc single-cylinder four-stroke SOHC two-valve oil-cooled fuel-injected engine. It produces a most energy output of 24.5 PS at 8,750 rpm and 21.5 Nm of peak torque at 6,500 rpm.
The powertrain is linked with a five-speed fixed mesh transmission with an help and slipper clutch as commonplace. The braking duties are dealt with by a 300 mm entrance disc and a 230 mm rear disc with a single- or dual-channel ABS system whereas it’s suspended on 37 mm telescopic entrance forks and nitrox monoshock rear suspension.
Other highlights are LED projector headlamps, semi-digital instrument cluster and 14L gasoline tank capability. The Pulsar 250 twins run on 100/80-17 tubeless entrance and 130/70-17 tubeless rear tyres and so they share a wheelbase size of 1,351 mm whereas the seat peak stands at 795 mm and floor clearance at 165 mm.