Bajaj Pulsar 250 - Expected Price, Models & Colors Available

Bajaj Auto recently launched the all-new Pulsar 250 line-up.

It is available in two variants – 

  • The F250
  • The N250

Pulsar is a brand name that is synonymous with style and performance. These were the USPs of the bikes that were launched way back in 2001.

The same USPs are carried over in all Pulsar models to this day.

Hence, it is evident that the F250 and the N250 also have the looks and performance of the original iteration.

The new iteration of the Pulsar comes with a more powerful 250 CC engine. Both the F250 and the N250 are built on a whole new platform!

The engine now comes with twin-valve technology and a whole lot of other amazing aspects.

Bajaj carried over its aggressive pricing scheme here as well. This is why both the N250 and the F250 are priced at ₹ 1.38 Lakh and ₹ 1.40 Lakh. Both prices are ex-showroom Delhi; hence they may vary from city to city.

Overall design


The design language is new but much like the old Pulsar. They come with a redesigned projector headlamp unit that is equipped with LED DRLs.

In this context, it is noteworthy that the shape of the DRLs varies between the N250 and the F250. This ensures that one is different from the other in terms of looks from a distance.

The N250 is a naked sports version, while the F250 comes with half-fairing. The F250 comes with clip-on handlebars and a windscreen but is powered by the same engine.

The first thing that a rider views when he/she sit on the bike, is its Instrument console penal. Bajaj has made an all new Infinity display with minimalist bezels. This console also shows gear shift indicator, clock, Fuel efficiency and range too. The analog Tachometer ensures the Sporty thrill of the PulsarMania.



The new Bajaj Pulsar 250 range is available in Racing Red and Techno Grey.



Both the N250 and the F250 come with a split seating arrangement and a seat height of 795 mm. They both have split grab-rails for the pillion rider.


  • The engine powering the bikes is an all-new 249 CC, single-cylinder unit. It is tuned to develop 24.1 BHP of power and 21.5 Nm of torque at the peak RPM range.
  • The motor is oil-cooled and comes with two valves.
  • Both the bikes come with a 5-speed gearbox.
  • Both the bikes come with Slip and Assist Clutch

Chassis and mechanical specs

  • Both bikes come with a tubular frame made of steel.
  • They both have a 37 mm wide telescopic fork suspension at the front. 
  • The rear suspension duties are performed by a mono-shock that can be adjusted.
  • The bikes come with 17-inch wheels and boast a ground clearance of 165 mm.
  • The dry kerb weights of the bike vary. The N250 weighs 162 kg, and the F250 weighs 164 kg.

Both bikes come with 300 mm front and 230 mm rear disc brakes. They are also equipped with single-channel ABS units.



Bajaj Pulsar, as already mentioned, is not a brand. It is an emotion. Most Indians in their teens had posters of Pulsar in their rooms back in the day! Bajaj, through its aggressive pricing, impressive engineering, and styling, ensured that the Pulsar became an icon.

Pulsar made it possible for Indians to look at bikes as more than a medium to commute. The bike range also allowed riders to have fun, irrespective of their age.

So, is the same emotion and feel carried over in the N250 and the F250? Yes, absolutely!

Both bikes are packaged perfectly. They both feel premium and offer jaw-dropping performance as well.

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Furthermore, the overall ride and handling qualities of the bike have improved as well, thanks to the all-new platform.

So, it is safe to state that the N250 and the F250 are both worthy of your hard-earned money!

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