According to FinancialExpress, the Pulsar 250F is more of a celebratory bike, launched to herald 20 years of the Pulsar brand being present on Indian markets – and one that will continue as a flagship for the affordable sports motorcycling segment.
Despite this, Bajaj boasts that the quarter-liter Pulsar 250F will be their biggest yet – one that promises to sport a semi-faired aesthetic, complete with a second bike – fraternal twin in the form of a naked streetfighter set to be released on the same launch date.
The report states that both bikes will receive an “all-LED projector headlamp with LED DRLs, an LED taillamp, and even LED turn indicators. Bajaj’s latest official teaser video also hints that the Pulsar 250F might get an all-digital instrument cluster, stubby exhaust, and belly pan.”
Oh, and even though Bajaj is keeping mum on the upgraded specs of this beastie, we are told to anticipate a revamped version of the Dominar 250’s motor, as well as the obligatory telescopic forks at the front and a gas-charged Nitrox mono-shock absorber at the rear, complete with disc brakes and dual-channel anti-lock braking system.