Built on the principles of ‘sculptural purity’, the all-new aerodynamic Pulsar 250 commands attention. It sports a tone-on-tone dynamic interplay of metallised dual colours and Satin silver components finished in metallic hues.
The N250 is a relatively new bike from the stable of Bajaj. Hence, leading lenders are always updating their loan offers. For the best results, it is best that one consults with the spokesperson of their preferred lender. That will allow one to learn about the latest bike loan offers for the N250.
Despite the hefty dry weight and a performance-oriented engine, the N250 is a fuel-efficient bike. The motorcycle can run for 35 Kilometres* on a litre of petrol. However, under load, the mileage may vary.
Bajaj offers the bike in a single variant. The decked-out variant comes with a 249 cc, liquid-cooled, BS6-compliant engine. It is tuned to belt out 24.1 bhp of peak power. The peak torque output is limited to 21.5 Nm. The OEM has equipped the bike with front and rear disc brakes. The brakes are paired with single-channel ABS. The dry weight of the bike is 162 KGs. The fuel tank has a capacity of 14 litres.
The N250 is the naked streetfighter version of the F250. It is offered in a single trim. However, Bajaj offers the bike in three colour options. They are as follows –
The official Bajaj Pulsar N250 price is Rs. 1, 62,688*. It comes in a single decked out trim. Now, one wouldn’t buy an expensive bike with cash. Availing a bike loan is the way of the wise. In this context, it is also best to remember that the EMI varies on the down payment made and the tenure chosen. For the best results, one must use a Bike Loan EMI calculator to learn about the tentative EMI..