Bajaj Pulsar 250 teased; launch on October 28
Bajaj has officially unveiled the first teaser for the forthcoming Pulsar 250 after a long and exciting build-up. The motorbike looks to be semi-faired, implying that it is the Pulsar 250F, which will most likely be accompanied by the regular Pulsar 250.
It reveals a number of characteristics about the forthcoming bike that have already been seen in spy photographs. First and foremost, there’s an LED headlamp and LED Daytime Running Lamps, as well as fully digital instruments.
The Pulsar 250 will also have a split seat and folding mirrors positioned on the bike’s sharp and thin semi-fairing. Raised clip-on handlebars, similar to those found on the Pulsar RS200, will be mounted behind the fairing. The alloy wheels are identical to those seen on the Pulsar NS200 and RS200, and it has disc brakes on both ends.
Its quarter-litre engine is expected to be an air-and-oil-cooled motor using Bajaj’s patented VVA system, with an exhaust end can positioned on the side.
Pulsar 250 is projected to be priced aggressively by Bajaj, with it likely to cost between Rs 1.32 lakh and Rs 1.34 lakh (ex-showroom). At this price, it would not only compete with the Yamaha FZS-25, but it would also give the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V a run for its money.
The bike will make its official premiere on October 28, and we may get a few more teasers from Bajaj before then. Keep an eye out for more information.
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