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Bajaj Pulsar F250—A New Beast With a Staggering Performance

Bajaj Pulsar F250

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Latest Updates on Bajaj Pulsar F250

  • Bajaj launched its most significant and flagship Pulsar F250 in Oct 2021 across India. The new bike in the Pulsar lineup is considered the biggest and most powerful bike.
  • After Pulsar N160, Bajaj launched the new all-black new variant of Pulsar F250.
  • Besides the all-new black ‘Glossy Brooklyn Black’, Bajaj had previously introduced a new special blue colour.
  • After the first hike in Feb 2022, the price of the model Pulsar F250 is around ₹1,40,915 lakh.  Now the bike incorporates a starting price of around Rs 1,45,615, and the price of the top model lies around Rs 1,50,061 (ex-showroom Delhi price)

Introduction of Bajaj Pulsar F250

Bajaj has always been in the name because of its Pulsar bikes that changed the meaning of street bikes, and in this tally, Bajaj has recently added another street beast Bajaj Pulsar F250 is the biggest and most powerful in this segment.

The bike was launched as the replacement for one of the most successful bikes Bajaj Pulsar 220F which was generating a good volume for the company. With a semi-faring design, the bike gives a tough rivalry to Suzuki Gixxer SF250 and Yamaha FZ 25 in the market.

The bike is launched in two variants single-channel ABS and dual-channel ABS, consisting of 4 colour options Techno Grey, Racing Red, Blue and Brooklyn Black. As the name suggests, F250 gets a semi-fairing.

The bike is powered by a 249cc single-cylinder, an oil-cooled engine that looks powerful on paper and on the streets. So, the bike doesn’t leave any loopholes to impress the rider.

The new Pulsar F250 is not only stylish in looks, but it also has one of the best pickups among the bikes in this segment. The bike was launched with the Pulsar N250— the twin sibling of the Bajaj Pulsar F250.

Key Highlights

  • Displacement
    249 cc
  • Mileage
    39 kmpl
  • Top Speed
    132 Kmph
  • Kerb Weight
    164 kg
  • Fuel Tank Capacity
    14 litres
  • Seat Height
    795 mm

Pros and Cons Of Bajaj Pulsar F250

Pros Of Bajaj Pulsar F250

  • Great Stylish Look.
  • An excellent powerful engine with smooth performance
  • Comfortable ride position with a good spacious seat

Cons of Bajaj Pulsar F250

  • Considerably high price.
  • No Bluetooth connectivity option.
  • Dual-channel ABS is available in only the top variant.

Specifications & Features

Power & Performance

  • Fuel Type
    Petrol
  • Max Power
    24.1 bhp @ 8,750 rpm
  • Max Torque
    21.5 Nm @ 6,500 rpm
  • Emission Standard
    BS-VI
  • Displacement
    249 cc
  • Cylinders
    1
  • Bore
    72 mm
  • Stroke
    61.17 mm
  • Valves Per Cylinder
    2
  • Compression Ratio
    10.3 ± 0.3:1
  • Ignition
    Digital
  • Spark Plugs
    2 Per Cylinder
  • Cooling System
    Oil Cooled
  • Transmission
    5 Speed Manual
  • Transmission Type
    Chain Drive
  • Gear Shifting Pattern
    1 Down 4 Up
  • Clutch
    Assist & Slipper clutch
  • Fuel Delivery System
    Fuel Injection
  • Fuel Delivery System
    Fuel Injection
  • Fuel Tank Capacity
    14 litres
  • Reserve Fuel Capacity
    2.8 litres
  • Riding Range
    518 Km
  • Mileage - ARAI
    39 kmpl
  • Mileage - Owner Reported
    37 kmpl
  • Top Speed
    132 Kmph
  • Engine Type
    4 stroke

Brakes, Wheels & Suspension

  • Braking System
    Single Channel ABS
    Braking System
    Dual Channel ABS
  • Front Brake Type
    Disc
  • Front Brake Size
    300 mm
  • Rear Brake Type
    Disc
  • Rear Brake Size
    230 mm
  • Calliper Type
    Dual Piston
  • Wheel Type
    Alloy
  • Front Wheel Size
    17 inch
  • Rear Wheel Size
    17 inch
  • Front Tyre Size
    100/80 - 17
  • Rear Tyre Size
    130/70 - 17
  • Tyre Type
    Tubeless
  • Radial Tyres
    No
  • Front Tyre Pressure (Rider)
    25 psi
  • Rear Tyre Pressure (Rider)
    28.5 psi
  • Front Tyre Pressure (Rider & Pillion)
    25 psi
  • Rear Tyre Pressure (Rider & Pillion)
    32 psi
  • Front Suspension
    Telescopic (37mm)
  • Rear Suspension
    Monoshock

Dimensions & Chassis

  • Kerb Weight
    164 kg
  • Overall Length
    1,989 mm
  • Overall Width
    743 mm
  • Overall Height
    1,143 mm
  • Wheelbase
    1,351 mm
  • Ground Clearance
    165 mm
  • Seat Height
    795 mm
  • Chassis Type
    tubular

Manufacturer Warranty

  • Standard Warranty (Year)
    5 Year
  • Standard Warranty (Kilometers)
    75000 Kilometers

Features

  • Odometer
    Digital
  • DRLs (Daytime running lights)
    Yes
  • Mobile App Connectivity
    No
  • GPS & Navigation
    No
  • USB charging port
    Yes
  • Front storage box
    No
  • Under seat storage
    No
  • AHO (Automatic Headlight On)
    Yes
  • Speedometer
    Digital
  • Fuel Guage
    Yes
  • Tachometer
    Analogue
  • Stand Alarm
    Yes
  • Stepped Seat
    Yes
  • No. of Tripmeters
    2
  • Tripmeter Type
    Digital
  • Low Fuel Indicator
    Yes
  • Low Oil Indicator
    Yes
  • Low Battery Indicator
    Yes
  • Pillion Backrest
    No
  • Pillion Grabrail
    Yes
  • Pillion Seat
    Yes
  • Pillion Footrest
    Yes
  • Digital Fuel Guage
    Yes
  • Start Type
    Electric Start
  • Shift Light
    Yes
  • Killswitch
    Yes
  • Clock
    Yes
  • Battery
    12V 8Ah VRLA
  • Headlight Type
    LED Head Lamp
  • Brake/Tail Light
    LED Tail Lamp
  • Turn Signal
    Yes
  • Pass Light
    Yes
  • Additional features
    Gear indicator, Range Indicator

What’s new in the latest model of Bajaj Pulsar F250?

Bajaj discontinued one of the most successful bikes, Bajaj Pulsar 220F, with the two new bikes launched in Oct 2021, Bajaj Pulsar F250 and N250. The twin bikes were launched with the tag of most significant and most powerful Pulsar bikes so far, and the Bajaj has hit the target perfectly this time.

Being built on the ‘sculptural purity’ principle, the new aerodynamic Bajaj Pulsar 250 grabs the attention and serves to be a head-turning bike.

The new Pulsar F250 has an upgraded engine of 249cc that is capable of generating power of 24.5 PS and a max torque of 21.5 NM compared to the Pulsar 220F, which had an engine of 220cc generates a max power of 20.11 PS.

The new Bajaj Pulsar F250 has changed headlights with the LED projector headlights compared to the halogen headlights in the earlier version of Pulsar.

Highlights of Bajaj Pulsar F250

Design of Pulsar F250

The new Bajaj Pulsar F250 is an evolution of the Pulsar 220F; the bike, though it has similarities in terms of looks and design, the new one is much better in performance than its predecessor and is more aggressive and sport than 220F.

The Bajaj Pulsar F250 was launched along with its twin sibling, N250, and both the bikes have a very minute difference in design.

The Pulsar F250 has a semi-faring design with a good windscreen in front. On the head, an infinite screen analogue-digital console distinguishes the bike from others. The tail panel of the bike also appears sharper than 220F.

The console gives the reading of speed and displays the reading of gear position, fuel level, tachometer, clock, and trip metre. Though it misses the turn indicator display and a Bluetooth connectivity option but has a USB charging slot, the metre screen gives a classy look to the bike.

The new Pulsar F250 have a good wide seat with a step-up seat; the headlight is LED projector lights complimented by the new design of split-style taillights. The projector headlights are brighter and less likely to blind the other drivers.

The bike comprises a 14-litre fuel tank with a mileage of about 37-39 kmpl, weighing around 164 kg. Overall, the bike is fairly good and looks sporty on the streets.

Colour and variants of Bajaj Pulsar F250

Bajaj Pulsar F250 comes in two variants:

  • Bajaj Pulsar F250 Standard 249cc
  • Bajaj Pulsar F250 All black.

Both the bikes are available in 4 colouring options:

  • Techno Grey,
  • Racing Red,
  • Blue
  • Brooklyn Black.

Features of Bajaj Pulsar F250

Talking about the features of the Pulsar F250, it is loaded with quite enhancing features. Though a few missing features, such as a GPS navigation system or Bluetooth connectivity, could have been added, the bike still offers enough to attract any rider.

On the front, the Bajaj has used the LED projector headlight that gives bright light at a fairly good distance on the streets and looks stylish as well, with LED DRLs flanked on both sides that gives the bike an excellent sporty look.

It has a semi-digital console on its head that reads almost everything a rider looks for while driving. The console gives the gear positioning, low battery indicator, low oil indicator, and fuel indication.

The console has an infinity display that offers good vision while driving the bike in the daytime, it has an analogue speedometer that could have been replaced with the digital one, but it looks classy.

The bike comes with Single channel ABS in the standard version, while Bajaj has given dual-channel ABS in its upper version.

Engine of Bajaj Pulsar F250

Bajaj has always been reliable with its engine part, and just like its old version Pulsar 220F, this new one, Pulsar F250, is also equipped with a powerful 249cc engine.

The 249cc single-cylinder air/oil-cooled single-cylinder motor can generate the maximum power of about 24.16 bhp at 8750 rpm and a maximum torque of about 21.5 Nm at 6500 rpm. The engine is mated with a 5-speed gearbox with a slipper clutch.

Suspension and brakes of Bajaj Pulsar F250

Bajaj Pulsar F250 suspension is held by a telescopic suspension 100/180-17 front tyre and Monoshock with Nitrox suspensions with the rear tyre.

The bike runs on a 100/80-17F tyre at the front, and a 130/70-17R unit of dimensions has been used for the rear tyre. Talking about its braking system, the Bajaj has used a 300mm disc up front and a 230mm disc at the rear, complimented by the single-channel Anti Braking System (ABS).

Top 3 Competitors of Bajaj Pulsar F250

Bajaj Pulsar F250 VS Suzuki Gixxer SF 250

Suzuki Gixxer SF 250 cost about 1.92 lakh, almost Rs 48,000 more than the Bajaj Pulsar F250. When looking at the price difference on the paper, it is undoubtedly the biggest point that makes Pulsar 250 a more purchasable option.

When we compare their engine, Bajaj Pulsar F250 is powered by a 249cc engine capable of generating power of 24.5 PS at 8750 rpm. On the other hand, the Suzuki Gixxer is also powered by a 249cc engine that can generate 26.5 PS at 9300 rpm.

The standard version of the Bajaj Pulsar F250 is coupled with single channel ABS, while the Suzuki Gixxer SF 250 gets dual channel ABS.

Bajaj Pulsar F250 is available in 4 colouring options, whereas Suzuki Gixxer SF 250 is available in 2 colouring options.

Bajaj Pulsar F250 VS Yamaha FZ 25

Pulsar F250 and Yamaha FZ 25 are almost similar in price, the price of Pulsar F250 starts from Rs 1.44 lakh, and the price of Yamaha FZ 25 is also around Rs 1.44 lakhs; both draw the power from a 249cc engine, the max power generated by Pulsar F250 is 24.5 PS at 8750 rpm, and on the other hand, Yamaha FZ 25 is lagging; it generates maximum power 20.8 PS at 8000 rpm.

Bajaj Pulsar is available in both single channel and dual channel ABS variants, while Yamaha FZ 25 is available in only one variant, dual channel ABS.

If we compare the mileage of both the bikes, then Yamaha FZ 25 is well ahead of Pulsar F250; Yamaha FZ 25 can draw an average of 50 kmpl while Pulsar F250 is only capable of giving out an average around of 37 kmpl.

Bajaj Pulsar F250 VS TVS Apache RTR 200 4V

Apache RTR 200 is priced at around Rs 1.39 lakh, which is almost Rs 5000 less than the Rs 1.44 lakh price of the Pulsar F250.

Apache RTR 200 has a 197 cc engine with a single cylinder, 4 valves, and 4 stroke oil cooled engine that can generate the max power of 20.82 PS at 8500 rpm. In contrast, Pulsar F250 has a more powerful engine of 249cc with a single cylinder, 4 strokes, and 2 valves oil-cooled engine that can generate a max power of 24.5PS at 8750 rpm.

Both the bikes are available in two variants with single channel and dual channel ABS with the difference in prices of both variants.

Pulsar F250 is available in 4 colouring options, while Apache RTR 200 is available in only 1 colouring option, which is a drawback for TVS.

Compare of Bajaj Pulsar F250

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  • Model
  • Price
  • Displacement
  • Max Torque
  • Max Power
  • Fuel Type
  • Fuel Tank Capacity
  • Cooling System
  • Kerb Weight
  • Front Tyre Size
  • Rear Tyre Size
  • Mileage
  • Wheel Type
  • Front Brake Type
  • Rear Brake Type
  • Engine Type
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  • Bajaj Pulsar F250
  • ₹ 1.44 Lakh
    ₹ 1.45 Lakh
    ₹ 1.47 Lakh
    ₹ 1.45 Lakh
    ₹ 1.44 Lakh
    ₹ 1.44 Lakh
  • 249 cc
  • 21.5 Nm @ 6,500 rpm
  • 24.1 bhp @ 8,750 rpm
  • Petrol
  • 14 litres
  • Oil Cooled
  • 164 kg
  • 100/80 - 17
  • 130/70 - 17
  • 39 kmpl
  • Alloy
  • Disc
  • Disc
  • 4 stroke
  •  
  • YAMAHA FZ 25
  • ₹ 1.4 Lakh
    ₹ 1.39 Lakh
    ₹ 1.39 Lakh
    ₹ 1.4 Lakh
    ₹ 1.39 Lakh
    ₹ 1.4 Lakh
  • 249 cc
  • 20.1 Nm @ 6,000 rpm
  • 20.51 bhp @ 8,000 rpm
  • Petrol
  • 14 litres
  • Air Cooled
  • 153 kg
  • 100/80 - 17
  • 140/70 - 17
  • 42 kmpl
  • Alloy
  • Disc
  • Disc
  • Air cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC, 2-valve
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  • TVS Apache RTR 200 4V
  • ₹ 1,23 Lakh
    ₹ 1,27 Lakh
    ₹ 1,26 Lakh
    ₹ 1,27 Lakh
    ₹ 1,24 Lakh
    ₹ 1,23 Lakh
  • 197.75 cc
  • 17.25 Nm @ 7,250 rpm
  • 20.54 bhp @ 9,000 rpm
  • Petrol
  • 12 litres
  • Oil Cooled
  • 152 kg
  • 90/90 - 17
  • 130/70 - 17
  • 40 kmpl
  • Alloy
  • Disc
  • Disc
  • 4-stroke
  • View more
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Expert Reviews for Bajaj Pulsar F250

  • The resurrection of Pulsar F250 after Pulsar 220F is a high notch. With everything from looks to performance, this bike can give a wholesome performance to the biker.

  • With an engine of 249cc, the Bajaj Pulsar F250 never fails to impress the rider in terms of performance and power; the bike is smooth even on high terrain and doesn’t make the rider feel exhausted.

  • The design of this bike is such a positive aspect with a perfect and comfortable handling position. The rider never gets an uneven ride experience, even on the long routes.

  • With the assistance of a smooth slipper clutch and the engine mated to a 5-gearbox, the bike allows the rider to ride the bike in confidence and aggression that matches the style of Pulsar bikes.

  • The tyres with the dimension of 100/80-17F at the front and 130/70-17R unit at the rear give a perfect grip on the surface. The disc brakes work as smooth as shown on the paper. Even on the turns, the bike does not entail any slipperiness from the surface.

  • Coupled with the Anti Braking System (ABS), the bike has all the safety measures required to meet the customer’s demand.

Conclusion

If we watch this segment of bikes which offers everything from good looks to perfect design that gives its riders an excellent riding experience without compromising the power and performance, then Bajaj Pulsar F250 is one of them.

The bike at a price under Rs 1.5 lakh with these features and performance is something to watch out for. The price might seem a bit high to most bike lovers, but if we compare other bikes with all these features, the price is justified with Pulsar F250.

The engine of 249cc is capable of generating maximum power of 24.5 PS at 8750 rpm and a maximum torque of 21.5 NM at 6500 rpm, which is more than enough for any street bike. The Pulsar F250 can also give a high-notch performance even on rugged terrains.

If any bike enthusiast is looking to bet up on a bike that can give the feel of both beast and subtleness at a value-for-money price, then Bajaj Pulsar F250 is a go-to go bike for that person.

FAQs

Is Bajaj Pulsar Bike F250 reliable to bet on?

With an excellent pickup and smooth riding performance, Bajaj Pulsar F250 is a bike to consider when looking for a new bike.

The bike gives a comfortable riding experience to the rider, either using it for day-to-day commuting or going for a long ride; the bike does not fail to impress the rider with its power.

What are the variants of Bajaj Pulsar F250 available?

The Bajaj Pulsar F250 is available in two variants Pulsar F250 Standard which comes with single-channel AB, and Bajaj Pulsar F250 All Black, which comes with Dual-Channel ABS. Both the variants are available in 4 colouring options.

Is Pulsar F250 good for long routes?

With a 249cc engine capable of generating power of 24.5 NM, this bike is perfect for long drives, an ideal handle position and a spacious seat that does not make feel rider exhausted on the long drives.

Which Pulsar bike was launched with Pulsar F250?

Bajaj Pulsar launched two bikes at the same time. One was Pulsar F250, while another one was Bajaj Pulsar N250. Both the bikes are similar in design and features with some minute differences.

What is the mileage of the Bajaj Pulsar F250?

Bajaj Pulsar offers a good mileage compared to other bikes from this segment; it can provide a constant mileage of about 37-39 kmpl for your daily commuting.

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