A sneak peek of Bajaj's new motorbike - the Pulsar 250F

Bajaj Teases India Launch of Pulsar 250F October 28

The world’s largest motorcycle manufacturer is about to launch its new brainchild, the Pulsar 250F, with the official launch in India on October 28th – a scant nine days from now. 

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.”

A concept of how somebody thinks the Bajaj Pulsar 250F will look
A guess as to what the front of the Bajaj Pulsar 250F will look like at launch on October 28th.

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. 

While the naked streetfighter is purportedly beyond competition for the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V and Yamaha‘s FZ 25, the 250F will likely not have any direct competitors. 

Both are guesstimated to cost somewhere around the ballpark of Rs 1.40 lakh ($1865.28 USD), with more information due to come soon.  Stay tuned, and make sure to check out other articles we’ve covered on what Bajaj is up to.

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