2024 Bajaj Pulsar N250 to Launch Soon in India, Check Upcoming Updates – News18

Curated By: Shahrukh Shah
Last Updated: March 24, 2024, 12:50 IST
New Delhi, India
2024 Bajaj Pulsar N250. (Photo: Bikewale)
The Bajaj Auto is gearing up to introduce an updated model of Pulsar N250 in India. It has been reported that the upcoming updated version will hit the market with a bunch of important upgrades, making the motorcycle better than before.
The official launch date is yet to be announced by the brand. Some reports suggested that the company might drop related details soon.

Ahead of the official reveal, the bike has been spied  during the testing phase, revealing some of the important updates. Despite being spotted in heavy camouflage, some of the design elements and key features were noticed.
The leaked photos suggested that the bike would come with upside-down forks at the front, ditching the existing conventional ones. The latest addition is likely to enhance the riding quality, allowing the customers to have a better experience on the go. These are the same units, which have been seen in Pulsar NS200.

The updated model will be equipped with a fully digital instrument cluster. This will allow the riders to minister important information related to the motorcycle such as gear position, speed, RPM, fuel capacity, Mileage and whatnot. It has been reported that the console will be bluetooth enabled, offering seamless smartphone connectivity.

At the heart, it is expected to continue with the same 249cc, single-cylinder, oil-cooled engine. It will generate a maximum output of 24.1bhp and a peak torque of 21.5Nm. The unit will be paired with a five-speed transmission and will offer an assist and slipper clutch as well.

The bike is developed using a steel perimeter frame, and it will runs on 17-inch stylish alloy wheels. The pair not only enhances the overall road appearance but also provides better stability and rooted riding experience. On the safety front, the model is treated with single-disc brakes at both ends with dual-channel ABS.


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