2021 Bajaj Pulsar F250 & N250 | First Ride Review | Top Speed, Mileage, Exhaust Note, Price & More

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After months of waiting, Bajaj has finally launched its highly anticipated Pulsar N250 and Pulsar F250 in India. These are the new top-of-the-line Pulsars, and the faired 250cc motorcycle but will not replace the ageing Pulsar 220F. The Pulsar 220F is priced at Rs lakh and interestingly, Bajaj has priced the Pulsar N250 at Rs1,38,000, while the F250 will set you back by Rs1,40,000. At these prices, Bajaj has positioned the bikes between the Yamaha FZ 25 and the Suzuki Gixxer 250 twins.

While these are all-new Pulsars which will sit at the top of the Pulsar family, these are running a new engine that hasn’t been derived from the KTM family. They’re running a relatively simple air-and-oil-cooled setup that gets a 2-valve head. And while this motor makes the same power as the NS200, this is the torquiest Pulsar made till date. There are some new features here such as an LED projector headlight as well as a slipper clutch, but not much else.

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