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2021 Bajaj Pulsar 250 teaser revealed, coming soon

Written by Nizam Shaikh

Bajaj has teased the all-new Bajaj Pulsar for the Indian market. The brand will unveil the new Pulsar on the 28th of October 2021. The new Bajaj Pulsar will come with a completely new design and dynamics as well as a new air-cooled engine. The new Bajaj Pulsar is likely to come with a quarter-litre engine and the latest generation electronics. While the brand does not reveal the engine specification, it reveals that the new Pulsar 250 will be larger and meaner than the predecessor. 

The brand started using the Pulsar moniker in the year 2001. Since then, Bajaj has been consistently upgrading the Pulsar in terms of both designs as well as cubic capacity and power. It has now been 20 years after the Pulsar made its debut in the Indian market. The brand has thoroughly upgraded the motorcycle this time around, as seen in the spy shots on the bike. 

Bajaj Pulsar 250 – Engine Speculations

Bajaj has not yet revealed the engine specification of the motorcycle. In the past, we believed that Bajaj would use the KTM 250 derived liquid-cooled four-valve single-cylinder compact engine. However, spy shots in the past and the teaser confirm that the engine will be an air-cooled motor. The brand has also recently applied for a Variable Valve Technology, making its debut on the 2021 Bajaj Pulsar 250.

Bajaj Pulsar 250 – Platform and Running Gear

The new engine with advanced technology will enable the motorcycle to be efficient as well as powerful at the same time. The Pulsar 250 is also likely to utilise a new platform, but the Pulsar 250 could borrow some of the running gear from the Pulsar NS range. For example, the teaser showcases the alloy wheel design, which is similar to the Pulsar NS160 and NS200. However, we cannot confirm the same for the brakes and the suspension.

Bajaj Pulsar 250 – Design and Features

The Bajaj Pulsar 250 will come with a half-faring design with integrated wing mirrors in a sleek. The motorcycle is also likely to come with new electronics and features such as an LCD dashboard, LED headlamps and taillamps. The brand will also offer a split grabrail on the back and double boomerang taillights. The Pulsar 250 will also come with split seats and clip-on handlebars.

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