The latest teaser gives us a closer look at several aspects of the upcoming Pulsar 250F
(Update: Bajaj has launched the Pulsar F250 and the N250 in India. Head here to read the launch story)
Bajaj Auto has released another teaser of the Pulsar 250F ahead of its launch on October 28. It will be the largest Pulsar yet in terms of displacement, and will go up against the Yamaha FZ25, Suzuki Gixxer SF 250, and the upcoming TVS Retron. The new teaser video gives us a glimpse of several aspects of the motorcycle.
The video gives us a closer look at the dual-outlet exhaust of the 250F. A clearer picture can be seen in the spy shots, and it looks pretty much similar to the one in the Dominar 400 / Dominar 250. Moreover, the alloy wheels and the brakes also seem to have been borrowed from the Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 / Pulsar NS200. Such part sharing should help Bajaj keep the costs competitive. The bike will get an LED projector headlamp with sleek LED DRLs on both sides, and a sharp semi-faired design. The overall silhouette still looks similar to its predecessor, the Pulsar 220F. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing as it helps the bike be instantly recognisable.
The motorcycle will be powered by an air-cooled 250cc single-cylinder engine with oil cooler. It’s expected to make slightly more than the Pulsar 220F’s 20.4PS, 18.55Nm output figures. You can read more in depth about the details revealed in the first teaser here.
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Considering the amount of part sharing, and the fact that it has an air-cooled engine and not a liquid-cooled one, the Bajaj Pulsar 250F could be priced around the same as its predecessor, the Pulsar 220F, at around Rs 1.34 lakh (ex-showroom).