Bajaj boasts that the brand has already managed to roll out over 10,000 units of Pulsar 250 models since its inception and for we Indians, it’s a proud moment for sure. To push success to another level, the bike manufacturer has introduced the updated model with some minor cosmetic changes and an all-black colour shade.
Want to learn more about these changes? Here’s take a look at the 2022 Bajaj Pulsar 250 range down below.
- 2022 Bajaj Pulsar 250 has finally made its debut in India.
- It has received multiple changes including cosmetic ones.
- Price of the updated range starts at Rs.1.49 Lakh onwards.
2022 Bajaj Pulsar 250 Range
A dual-channel ABS ensures additional safety on the new range, but the older braking setup where the front disc measured 300mm and the rear one sized at 230mm has been retained purposely. The result is a minimum wheel lockout and enhanced confidence even while cornering.
Talking about the other changes, the updated Pulsar 250 bikes have returned with a new blacked-out theme. To be a little more precise, there’s a combination of gloss and matt with silver and red finishing. Interestingly, to match the overall design, other components including the engine casing, exhaust and alloy wheels have also been finished in black.
Also, just like the outgoing model, the 2022 range is available with funky DRLs, projector LED headlamp and an aggressive front end. At the heart, both the bikes are powered by a 249.07cc single-cylinder, oil-cooled engine with overall output rated at 24.5PS and 21.5Nm. For transmission duties, Bajaj has deployed a 5-speed gearbox that works in conjunction with a slip and assist clutch for smoother operations.
While addressing the media, Mr Sarang Kanade, head of motorcycle business – Bajaj Auto said, “Bajaj Pulsar 250 has enjoyed the immense response from riders across the country. We will continue to entice them with the newly launched Dual-Channel ABS variant, which comes on top of already existing features. Rider safety is of utmost importance for us at Bajaj Auto and the introduction of dual-channel ABS on Pulsar 250 combined with an all-black variant will further spruce up the demand for Pulsar 250”.
In India, the updated Pulsar 250 range will go head-on against the likes of Suzuki Gixxer, Bajaj Dominar 250 and Yamaha F25 to name a few.