2021 NEW PULSAR 250 MOTORCYCLE| WHAT WE KNOW SO FAR!
The media has published news with pictures saying that the upcoming Pulsar 250cc has been tried many times before.
Bajaj is testing the first model of the new generation Pulsar.
However, as the motorcycle is being completely covered and tested, it is not possible to give complete information about all the features in it.
Based on the image seen during the test, Bajaj Pulsar’s new motorcycle will come in a semi-fairing design.
It can be assumed that all the motorbikes have a windscreen in front of them, but it is not visible completely.
Similar to the test model, the fuel tank has massive tank extensions. Front telescopic forks and a mono-shock are standard on the bike.
The rear section is crisp, with a short and upswept exhaust.
A split grab rail and a short rear fender are also added to the motorcycle.
The very comfortable riding position, clip-on handlebars, large fuel tank, split LED tail lamp can be seen.
The wheels, brakes, and suspension used in it look like the Pulsar 220F.
Besides that, the bike is equipped with a split seat, single disc brakes on wheels, and an engine cowl.
The depicted model also has a big radiator for the liquid-cooling system, although the test model did not.
According to rumors, the forthcoming quarter-liter Pulsar would be powered by an entirely new air/oil-cooled engine.
Though, the first model will come in the 250cc segment.
This new engine’s peak power and torque are projected to be around 24 PS and 20 Nm, respectively, and it will most likely be mated with a 6-speed gearbox.
Single-channel ABS, all-LED lighting, and a fully digital instrument cluster are all expected to be included in the motorcycle.
The Pulsar 250 is also projected to be larger than the Pulsar 220F and NS200 in size.
However, the KTM Duke 250 can be estimated to be based on the engine.
The new generation Pulsar is being built on a new platform. The all-new Bajaj Pulsar 250 is expected to be launched during the festive season, before Diwali 2021.
We believe the next Bajaj Pulsar 250 to be a superb value-for-money product, with a price tag only slightly more than the Pulsar NS200.
The Yamaha FZ 25 and Suzuki Gixxer 250 would be its closest opponents in the Indian market at debut.