When it comes to design, Pulsar bikes have always stolen the market thunder, and the new Pulsar N250 is no less stylish than its previous versions. The motorcycle has similar looks to the Pulsar 220F but is updated with more cool looks and features.
The colour toning—darker in the front and lighter towards the rear- focuses on the bike’s contours. The exhaust, finished in satin grey, offers a sportier look and the LED’s luminescent element work to give a striking look.
At the front, the bike looks like a naked version of a Pulsar F250 with no windshield, but the absence of a windshield enhances the front look of the semi-digital console mounted on its head and gives an aggressive look with a single-piece handlebar.
The bike is equipped with LED projector headlights flaunted by the “eye-brow” shaped LED DRLs that give an eye-catching look to the bike, complemented by the LED tail-lights.
The sharp and sleek design of the Pulsar N250 makes it attractive on the streets and gives a comfortable riding experience to the rider.
Bajaj Pulsar N250 comes in two variants;
- Bajaj Pulsar N250 standard (with single-channel ABS)
- Bajaj Pulsar N50 All Black (complemented by dual-channel ABS)
Both the variants are available in 4 colouring options
- Techno Grey
- Brooklyn Black
- Racing Red
- Caribbean Blue
Bajaj Pulsar N250, the biggest and the most powerful bike in the pulsar segment, is loaded with some demanding features. Bajaj has made some good positive changes in terms of its handy features.
On the head, the bike is mounted by a semi-digital console with an infinity screen; this little change has greatly impacted the design and looks. The LCD screen shows the reading of speed, gear position, fuel level, trip meter, and even a clock. And the analogue part gives the reading of the tachometer.
The flanking reverse-boomerang LED DRLs offer an enhanced white light view, thus improving rider safety. The timeless tachometer needle is a nod to the best performance in riding.
For easy gear shifting, a slipper clutch provides a smooth ride when taken into use.
The new Bajaj Pulsar N250 gets powered by a 249 cc engine, which is as smooth as butter and is mated to a 5-speed gearbox. The engine works effortlessly in daily commuting while also performing at its reputation when taken for on the long routes or some rough terrains.
The 249. 07 cc oil-cooled motor engine is the largest and most powerful in the Pulsar series. The engine is a single cylinder 2 valve oil-cooled engine capable of generating maximum power of 24.5 PS at 8750 rpm and a maximum torque of 21.5 NM at 6500 rpm.
With an impressive fuel tank capacity of 14 litres, the bike can deliver a mileage of around 37-39 kmpl which looks excellent compared to other bikes in this segment.
The Pulsar N250 is held by the conventional telescopic suspension front fork and mono-shock at the rear. Disc brakes support both the tyres (front and the rear) with an anti-braking system (ABS).
In the standard version of Pulsar, N250 bajaj has offered single-channel ABS, while in the upper version, the rider gets the support of dual-channel ABS.
The Bajaj Pulsar N250 runs on 17-inch alloys surrounded by 100/80 front and 130/70 rear section tubeless MRF tyres. The tyres offer an excellent grip and balance even at a high speed, and during the turn, the bike retains the rider’s proper control.