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2021 Bajaj Pulsar N250 & F250 Review

Written by Parichay Malvankar


Bajaj recently launched the all-new Pulsar 250 in the Indian market. The brand has now entered the quarter-litre segment by introducing two Pulsar models in India. The new Pulsar N250 and F250 are now the largest engine Pulsar models in the country. The brand will target both the naked sports and the sport-touring segment with the new Pulsar 250. In this video review, we test both the Pulsar N250 and the Pulsar F250 on Bajaj’s Chakan test facility near Pune India, bringing you a comprehensive review of the motorcycles.

Bajaj Pulsar N250 and Pulsar F250 – Price

The Bajaj Pulsar N250 comes with a price tag of INR 1.38 lakh ex-showroom. On the other hand, the semi faired, Pulsar F250 comes with a sticker price of INR 1.40 lakh ex-showroom. The brand offers both the motorcycle with two colour options – Techno Grey & Racing Red.

Bajaj Pulsar N250 and Pulsar F250 – Design and Features

The Bajaj Pulsar N250 and F250 come with the new Sculptural Purity design philosophy. The Bajaj Pulsar N250 comes with a sharp headlight shroud and tank extensions. The brand offers a sleek tail section and muscular fuel tank. The Pulsar F250 comes with a semi-faired design along with seamless integration with the fuel tank and front fairing.

Both bikes come with an LED projector headlamp and double boomerang LED taillamps. The Pulsar 250 also gets a belly cowling and a stubby short can exhaust. Bajaj offers the Pulsar N250 and F250 with an Infinity Display Console offering a plethora of information to the rider. This includes Gear Position Indicator and a Distance to Empty Readout. The motorcycle also comes with a USB Mobile Charger for on-the-go mobile charging.

Bajaj Pulsar N250 and Pulsar F250 – Powertrain Details

Both the Pulsar F250 and NS250 come with a 249.07cc single-cylinder engine with an oil cooler. The SOHC fuel-injected engine develops 24.5 PS of power and 21.5 Nm of torque. The Pulsar 250 comes with a 5-speed gearbox and a new assist and slipper clutch. The motorcycle also comes with a new tubular frame chassis. The chassis comes with a telescopic suspension on the front and a new monoshock on the rear. The motorcycles ride on 17-inch alloy wheels and feature 300mm front and 230mm rear disc brakes with dual-channel ABS.

Also Read: Bajaj Pulsar F250 Vs. Pulsar 220F – Specification Comparison