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2022 Bajaj Pulsar F250 All-Black with Dual Channel ABS – First Look

Written by Parichay Malvankar

Soon after launching the 2022 Pulsar N160, Bajaj introduced new all-black variants for the Pulsar F250 and N250. In addition to this, Bajaj has now also equipped it with Dual-Channel ABS. The next generation Pulsar, as Bajaj likes to call it, sells in good numbers in the country. The addition of the new all-black colour scheme and the Dual-Channel ABS will help drive the sales even further. The all-black 2022 Bajaj Pulsar F250 will also be available in the naked N250 guise. Bajaj will also continue to offer the Pulsar F250 and N250 with Single-Channel ABS.

2022 Bajaj Pulsar F250 All-Black with Dual-Channel ABS – Price

The new all-black variant of the Pulsar F250 will come with a sticker price of INR 1,49,978 ex-showroom. The all-black model will come in a Brooklyn Black colour option that is similar to the one seen on the new Pulsar N160.

2022 Bajaj Pulsar F250 All-Black with Dual-Channel ABS – Design & Styling

According to Bajaj, the contrasting finishes of the new black tones further elevate the design of the Pulsar 250. The all-black theme gets a combination of gloss high sparkle and matte paints. Bajaj has also given it some red and silver accents. Contrasting the gloss finish on the tank are the matte finishes on the side covers and tank-side inners.

At the front, it gets an LED projector unipod headlight, and reverse-boomerang LED DRLs to give it its signature wolf-eyed look. Unlike the Single-Channel ABS variants, the new all-black Dual-Channel ABS variant also gets blacked-out alloy wheels, exhaust end-can, engine casing and black chrome branding. Apart from these changes, the F250 continues with the semi-faired design. The front fairing also integrates seamlessly with the fuel tank. It also features a belly cowling and stubby exhaust end can.

2022 Bajaj Pulsar F250 All-Black with Dual-Channel ABS – Technical Specifications

Bajaj has not made any changes to the mechanicals of the Pulsar F250. The bike continues to use a 249.07cc oil-cooled single-cylinder fuel-injected SOHC engine. The engine delivers 24.5 PS of power at 8,750 rpm and 21.5 Nm of torque at 6,500 rpm. The equipped transmission is a 5-speed unit, and it also benefits from an Assist and Slipper Clutch. The latter allows for aggressive downshifting and also provides a lighter clutch pull. 

As the name suggests, Bajaj has also added Dual-Channel ABS to the bike. The Dual-Channel ABS, along with the large 300mm front and 230mm rear disc brakes, provide stronger braking performance. The former also restricts wheel lockups while using either of the brakes.  

Also Read: 2022 Bajaj Pulsar N160 Review