All-New Bajaj Pulsar 250F to Launch in India On October 28, 2021

Ahead of the Diwali festival, Bajaj Auto intends to offer new models to its Pulsar line of sporty commuter motorbikes on October 28, 2021. Because of its performance and price, the Pulsar brand is quite popular among Indian young riders. The company is currently working on multiple 250cc motorcycles which are expected to be the most aggressive bikes in the Pulsar series.

Bajaj Pulsar 250F Front View

One of the upcoming 250cc motorcycles includes a semi-faired model, which is likely to be called Pulsar 250F owing to its similarity with the 220F model. However, in the spy images, the motorcycle is covered properly still it did unveil a few details of its styling. The latest spy images clearly depict the front fascia, rear end, and side profile of the forthcoming Bajaj Pulsar 250F.

Bajaj Pulsar 250F Rear View

At a first glance, the test model of the bike appears to be a sports roadster. We can notice from the spy images that the upcoming bike would provide a comfortable riding position with elevated clip-on handlebars. The Pulsar 250F features a semi-faired design, split seats, black alloy wheels, split rear tail-lights, a tall windshield, a short exhaust, while the rearview mirrors are mounted on the windshield, much like every other faired motorbike in its class.

Bajaj Pulsar 250F Side View

Seems like the company is going to use some parts of other bikes from the Pulsar series as the exhaust is similar to that we have seen on RS200 and the alloys wheel design is also the same. This yet-to-launch bike features a comfortable and upright riding posture. It may, however, accommodate a slightly forward-leaning position as well.

You May Like:  Bajaj Pulsar 220F Modified into Suzuki Hayabusa for Rs 1.70 Lakh

If we talk about other notable features in the upcoming bike, we can safely assume that Bajaj Auto would be offering Bluetooth connectivity as standard. While looking at the rear end, the motorcycle gets a mono-shock suspension while the front end features conventional telescopic forks. The braking duties will be performed by disc brakes on both ends with dual-channel ABS as standard.

Images Source