Bajaj Pulsar F250 And N250 Spotted In A New Blue Colour At Dealerships
The new-gen Pulsars finally get a brighter shade
To make the new quarter-litre Pulsars more tempting, Bajaj has launched a new blue shade. Until now, the Pulsar F250 and Pulsar N250 were only available in an unflattering grey shade or a red one. The new colour comes in at no extra cost, thankfully.
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Bajaj had launched the 250cc Pulsars late last year. These are entirely new bikes from the ground up, and they get a new chassis, an air-/oil-cooled 249cc single-cylinder mill, uprated suspension, and disc brakes at both ends. The Pulsars feature a new semi-digital dash, LED headlight, and USB charger.
However, neither Pulsar has set the streets on fire, really, unlike 20 years ago. The F250 is the spiritual successor to the old Pulsar 220F, but it isn’t creating waves like the 220. Hopefully, the new colour, which we think makes the bikes look pretty cool, will help improve sales.
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