Ahead of launch, Bajaj Auto releases new teaser of Bajaj Pulsar 250 | Watch
The most recent video reveals additional specifications, including the exhaust note of the bike. The video's most intriguing feature is a stubby dual-barrel exhaust canister.
Bajaj Auto is preparing to launch the new Pulsar 250 motorbike. With the debut approaching, the business has teased its Pulsar 250 once again. The second teaser video for the motorbike provides more information than the first, which just revealed the motorcycle's outline in a studio shot. The most recent video reveals additional specifications, including the exhaust note of the bike. The video's most intriguing feature is a stubby dual-barrel exhaust canister.
The exhaust tone should be throatier than on previous versions. Because the next motorbike is the largest and most powerful Pulsar ever, anticipate it to include specific characteristics that set it apart from the rest of the Pulsar family. The Pulsar 250F will consist of a large LED headlamp and a single mono-shock unit. The Pulsar 250s will be the first model to contain the functionality that is not an LS/RS/NS Pulsar. According to the teaser, the future model will include clip-on handlebars, a completely digital instrument cluster, and split step-up seats. For enough stopping power, the motorbike will be outfitted with disc brakes on both ends.
The new Pulsar 250 series will be available in two configurations: naked and semi-faired. The bike's actual engine specs are unknown at this time, however, it is expected to have an all-new 250 cc air/oil-cooled single-cylinder engine. This powertrain's entire output is expected to be about 26 PS/22 Nm. The specifications are scant for the time being, but the transmission is likely to be a 5-speed unit.
The forthcoming Pulsar 250 also has a semi-digital metre display, telescopic front forks, and an engine bash plate for greater powertrain protection. The redesigned Pulsar is set to be released in India on October 28. Prices are estimated to start around Rs 1.5 lakh (ex-showroom). The semi-faired Pulsar 250F is likely to be considerably more expensive.