Bajaj Pulsar 250

Complete details of Pulsar 250 Motorcycle

The Bajaj Pulsar 250 is a solid option for those in the market for a mid-size motorcycle. With its 249.07cc engine, the bike is able to produce a maximum power output of 24.5 PS at 8750 RPM, and a maximum torque of 21.5 Nm at 6500 RPM, providing ample power for highway cruising and city riding alike. The constant mesh 5-speed transmission ensures smooth gear changes, while the assist and slipper clutch makes shifting even smoother.

The front brake is a 300mm disc with single-channel ABS, providing good stopping power and safety on the road. The rear brake is a 230mm disc, which is also effective. The front suspension is a telescopic (37mm) system, while the rear suspension is a monoshock with nitrox. These suspension systems work together to provide a smooth and comfortable ride, absorbing most of the bumps and vibrations from the road.

The Bajaj Pulsar 250 is available in four variants - Pulsar F250, Pulsar F250 Dual Channel ABS, Pulsar N250, and Pulsar N250 Dual Channel ABS. The bike comes with alloy wheels, which not only look great but are also durable and lightweight. Overall, the Bajaj Pulsar 250 is a well-rounded motorcycle that offers good performance, safety, and comfort.

Bajaj Pulsar 250 are available in the following variants -
Pulsar F250
Pulsar F250 Dual Channel ABS
Pulsar N250
Pulsar N250 Dual Channel ABS

Rate Bajaj Pulsar 250:
3.6/5 (15 votes)
Bajaj Pulsar 250 Price Rs. 1,40,666 [Ex-showroom, New Delhi]

The given price can change depending on the colour and other features like alloy wheels, disc brakes, accessories etc.

State, City Ex Showroom Price On Road Price
Delhi, New Delhi Rs. 1,40,666 --
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Pros
- Strong performance with a 249.07 cc engine delivering 24.5 PS of power and 21.5 NM of torque.
- Comfortable ride quality ensured by robust suspension setup.
- Impressive safety features including disc brakes with single-channel ABS.
- Wide range of comfort and convenience features like the infinity display and USB charging port.
- Attractive design with premium dual-color options.
Cons
- 5-speed transmission might limit top-end cruising capability.
- Single-channel ABS might not provide the same level of control as dual-channel ABS.
- The ground clearance of 165 mm, although decent, may not be enough for extremely rough terrains.
- Limited fuel tank capacity of 14 litres could affect long-distance travel.
Features
- Assist & Slipper clutch
- LED Projector headlamp
- Ultra-safe braking in any situation
- Dynamic interplay of premium metallised dual colours
- Crystalline LED tail lamps
- New mono-shock suspension
- New infinity display
- USB mobile charging port
- Smart fuel reading

Console Features
- Gear indicator
- Clock
- Fuel efficiency
- Range indicator
Colours

Racing Red
Techno Grey
Caribbean Blue

Technical Specifications
Vehicle TypeMotorcycle
FuelPetrol
Engine Displacement249.07 cc
Maximum Power24.5 PS @ 8750 RPM
Maximum Torque21.5 NM @ 6500 rpm
TransmissionConstant mesh 5 speed
Gear Shift Pattern1-N-2-3-4-5
Display
Infinity Display
Electricals
Head LampBi functional LED projector headlamp with LED DRLs
Tail LampLED
Brakes
Front Brake300 mm Disc, Single Channel ABS
Rear Brake230 mm Disc
Chassis and Suspension
Front SuspensionTelescopic (37 mm)
Rear SuspensionMonoshock with Nitrox
Tyres
Wheels / RimAlloy
Front Tyre100/80-17 Tubeless
Rear Tyre130/70-17 Tubeless
Dimensions
Seat Height795 mm
Wheelbase1351 mm
Kerb Weight162 kg
Ground Clearance165 mm
Fuel Tank Capacity14 litres

First Impression Review

Bajaj Auto has introduced the Pulsar 250, an eagerly awaited addition to their performance motorcycle portfolio. The Pulsar 250 is a value-packed offering that targets the quarter-litre segment, a fast-growing niche in the Indian market. This review aims to shed light on various aspects of this motorcycle.

Bajaj Pulsar 250

Design and Styling
The Bajaj Pulsar 250 follows a design philosophy that is a blend of sportiness and sophistication. The motorcycle features dynamic interplay of premium metallised dual colours, with options including Racing Red, Techno Grey, and Caribbean Blue, each offering a unique aesthetic appeal. The crystalline LED tail lamps are a neat touch, as is the Bi-functional LED projector headlamp with LED DRLs, giving the motorcycle a bold and aggressive front end.

Performance
Underneath the stylish bodywork of the Pulsar 250 is a 249.07 cc single-cylinder, fuel-injected petrol engine. This engine churns out 24.5 PS of power at 8750 RPM and 21.5 NM of torque at 6500 RPM. The engine is mated to a constant mesh 5-speed transmission with a gear shift pattern of 1-N-2-3-4-5. The Assist & Slipper clutch is a welcome feature, reducing lever effort and providing a back-torque limiting function.

Handling and Ride Quality
Riding the Pulsar 250 is a delight, courtesy of its robust suspension setup. The front sports a 37 mm telescopic suspension, while the rear gets a monoshock with Nitrox. This combination ensures a comfortable ride over various terrains and improved handling during spirited rides. The motorcycle boasts a ground clearance of 165 mm, making it competent to handle potholes and speed breakers with ease.

Brakes and Safety
The Pulsar 250 is equipped with a 300 mm disc brake at the front and a 230 mm disc at the rear. This setup, combined with single-channel ABS, ensures ultra-safe braking in any situation. Bajaj has left no stone unturned in making this a motorcycle that you can trust when it comes to safety.

Bajaj Pulsar 250

Comfort and Convenience
The Pulsar 250 comes with an array of features designed to enhance the rider's comfort and convenience. The standout feature is the new infinity display. The console offers a gear indicator, clock, fuel efficiency indicator, and range indicator. The bike is also equipped with a USB mobile charging port and features a smart fuel reading system. The seat height of 795 mm is designed to accommodate riders of various heights comfortably.

Pricing
At an ex-showroom price of Rs. 1,40,666 in Delhi, the Bajaj Pulsar 250 provides a compelling package of performance, features, and affordability in the quarter-litre motorcycle segment.

Final Thoughts
Overall, the Bajaj Pulsar 250 strikes an excellent balance between performance, handling, and features. It presents a compelling case for those in the market for a motorcycle in the quarter-litre segment. This motorcycle can be your daily companion for the city commute and a capable performer for weekend rides. Bajaj has indeed done a commendable job with the Pulsar 250, making it a motorcycle worth considering for every enthusiast.
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By on 30-12-2023
Eagerly waiting for the Pulsar 400. Bajaj should not have created a new brand with the name Dominar. Instead they should have stuck to Pulsar which is a much stronger brand and then introduce higher powered motorcycles. Would haven given a tough competition to Kawasaki Ninja.
By on 18-11-2022
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