With semi faired look, the Pulsar 200F give you a feel of riding a super sportbike. The sporty styling and the performance-ready features gave Pulsar 220F consistent hotness over the decades.
The exhaust muffler has a matte black finish, and the reflective tapes on the rims differentiate the bike amongst the crowd and previous models. The instrument cluster comes with a faux carbon fibre surround, and the display backlight gets blue in hue.
The design of Pulsar 220F made it a hot hit among the youths and budding riders. The bikes come with outstanding, beautiful and functional aerodynamics, and the semi-fairing enhances its looks.
Pulsar 220F gets equipped with a dual-projector headlamp at the front and a black visor with twin rear-view mirrors. The windshield gets semi-transparent and the stylish tail lamp LEDs.
The fuel tank gets muscular and has a capacity of 15 litres. So, the big fuel tank capacity gives you the pleasure of long-distance drive without a halt for refuelling.
The overall dimension of Pulsar 220F gets 2035mm in length, 750mm wide, and 1165mm in height. The 1350mm wheelbase adds to the attractiveness of the bike. The ground clearance of 165mm enables you to ride the bike on any surface with ease.
The 2021 edition of Pulsar 220F includes more graphics on the portion of the fuel tank. The contrasting shades got used on the engine cowl, front fender and at the rear tail section. The colour-coded alloy wheel decals are similar to before.
The new Pulsar 220F comes in four colours-
- Volcanic red with a combination of black and white,
- Pearl white with a combination of black and red
- Sparkle Black with a combination of black and red
- Sapphire Blue with black and white combination
The bike has only one variant: Bajaj Pulsar 220F ABS BS6.
The latest model of Pulsar 220F continues to use the same engine as earlier. The bike gets equipped with a 220cc, oil-cooled Twin Spark, DTS-i FI engine. The engine generates max power of 20.4 PS (0.53PS less than BS4) and maximum torque of 18.55 Nm. The power and the torque generated by the bike makes it the most powerful in the segment.
There’re no changes done to the underpinnings, and the bike continues to use a 5-speed gearbox.
As mentioned, Pulsar 220F didn’t get any substantial mechanical changes, so it still uses the same telescopic fork at the front and twin 5- way adjustable gas-charged shock absorbers at the rear. Paired with single-channel ABS, the motorcycle gets disc brakes at both ends.
The bike gets 280mm front disc and 230mm rear disc brakes. The 17-inch 5-spoke alloy wheels of the bike get shod with 90-section front and 120-section rear tubeless tyres. Pulsar 220F gets a double-cradle down tube chassis.
Coming to features, Bajaj has never compromised when it comes to attributes. The same gets the case with Pulsar 220F. Being a legendary bike for over a decade, the latest model of Pulsar 220F provides sufficient features to overwhelm you.
The contoured seats made up of high-quality material provide enough comfort to both the rider and pillion. The straight handlebar gives the rider a straight and upright position to ride the bike.
To enhance the riding experience, some of the Pulsar 220F’s features are:
- The easy-to-read semi instrument cluster includes a digital speedometer, odometer, trip meter, fuel gauge, speedometer, distance-to-empty, fuel consumption, and tachometer that gets analogue.
- Electric starting switch, pass switch on the handlebar, engine kill switch, and self-cancelling blinkers.
- Twin-pod headlight with DRL
- Split-style seat
- Engine cowl
- Halogen-style headlight
- LED taillight
- Split-rear grab rails
- Deep carbon black silencer
- Laser-edged graphics
- Quarter up fairing to give a sporty look