Bajaj Pulsar N250
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Bajaj Pulsar N250
The newest Pulsars have been released by HH Bajaj, the official Bajaj motorcycle distributor in Nepal. The Bajaj Pulsar N250 boasts an all-new engine, chassis, design, and feature set. On October 20, 2022, the business formally unveiled the N250 and N160. The platforms and features of both motorcycles are the same. Their respective engine displacements are the primary distinction between the two. The Bajaj Pulsar N250 was created with the idea of "sculptural purity."
With metalized dual colors and satin silver components, it has a tone-on-tone dynamic. The F250 and N250 share some aesthetic characteristics.
The front portion, however, is completely different. "Naked 250" is a nice acronym for the N250.
However, this small adjustment results in a motorcycle that looks entirely different. It has a dual-purpose projector LED headlamp with stylish LED DRLs. Both Pulsars share the rear twin LED tail lamp, though.
I have to admit that it looks a lot like the Yamaha MT 15. Other distinguishing features include split seats, split-type grab rails, and a large engine cowl.
Additionally, it receives a new Dual-Barrel Exhaust that resembles the Dominar's.
A brand-new infinity analog-digital instrument cluster is unveiled with the N250.
Despite the lack of Bluetooth connectivity, it nevertheless receives additional data including the gear position, clock, range indicator, and fuel efficiency. In addition, three colors—Caribbean Blue, Racing Red, Brooklyn Black, and Techno Grey—are offered for the Bajaj Pulsar 250N.
Pulsar N250 Performance
The brand-new 249.07cc, Single-Cylinder, 4-stroke, 2-valve, oil-cooled SOHC FI engine powers the Bajaj Pulsar N250. It can produce a maximum torque of 21.5Nm at 6500 rpm and a maximum power of 24.5PS at 8750 rpm.
Additionally, it is connected to a 5-speed transmission with a slipper clutch! Instead of a 6-speed transmission, Bajaj has chosen a 5-speed. Additionally, it chooses oil cooling over liquid cooling.
Pulsar N250 Key Features
- Aggressive Naked Sports Styling
- 250cc Twin-Spark FI Engine
- LED Projector Headlamp with LED DRLs
- Twin LED Tail Lamp
- Chunky Engine Cowl
- Infinity Analog-Digital Meter
- Single-Piece Handlebar
- 5-Speed Gearbox with Slipper Clutch
- Dual Barrel Exhaust
- Split Seat Setup
- Dual Disc Braking
- Dual Channel ABS
Pulsar N250 Suspension and Brakes
On a new tubular frame chassis, the Bajaj Pulsar N250 is constructed. A mono-shock with Nitrox at the back and a 37mm telescopic fork up front are responsible for the suspension.
It has 230 mm rear disc brakes and 300 mm front disc brakes for stopping power. Dual-channel ABS with cutting-edge technology is offered as a standard to increase safety.
The bike also rides on 17-inch alloy wheels with front and rear tires with section sizes of 100/80 and 130/70, respectively.