Bajaj Auto is set to launch an all-new model of its Pulsar range. The company is about to include the new Bajaj Pulsar 250 in its Pulsar range. The speculation of an all-new Pulsar range was being speculated since 2019. But now finally, spy photos of the new Pulsar have leaked on the internet.
Spy photos suggest that this is the NS 250 model. Bajaj has a production plant on the outskirts of Pune. New models of Pulsar have been seen in this area during testing. This bike looks completely ready for production. In such a situation, it is being expected that the company may soon launch this bike. According to the report, Bajaj has made this new bike on the new platform.
New Bajaj Pulsar 250 Price and Launching
This bike is production-ready and is being tested. In such a situation, it is believed that the Bajaj Pulsar NS 250 can be launched around September this year. However, the company has not made any disclosure about its launch officially. As far as the price is concerned, the company can keep its ex-showroom price around Rs 1.45 lakh.
Bajaj Pulsar 250 Look
The bike used for testing was completely covered, which did not reveal its design elements. However, its profile looked different from Pulsar’s traditional look. Which makes it quite new and interesting. Black alloy wheels, telescopic front forks, sharp rearview mirrors, split seats and grab rails can be clearly seen in the testing bike. Bye, the rider was deep-seated with a slightly forward-leaning stance and the toes of the feet are set backward.
Bajaj Pulsar 250 Engine
The new Pulsar has been given a new engine in addition to the all-new design. According to the report, this bike has a single-cylinder oil-cooled engine that will generate 24 bhp power, and its peak torque is also expected to be higher than the Pulsar NS200 model. This bike has a 6-speed gearbox.
Bajaj Pulsar 250 Features
The test prototype of the bike may take a few months to come, after which more information about its design elements will be revealed. Talking about the features, it may have a semi-digital instrument cluster, an LED headlamp and turn signal, and perhaps a DRL as well as a redesigned front and small windscreen.