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BREAKING: Bajaj Pulsar 250 Dual-channel ABS Launched In India

Modified On Jun 24, 2022 03:08 PM By Nishaad Joshi for Bajaj Pulsar N250

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The Pulsars are now safer and get a new colour scheme along with a bump in the asking price

Bajaj Pulsar 250 Dual-channel ABS Launched

After teasing a new colour scheme, Bajaj has launched a new variant of the 250cc Pulsars. This Bajaj Pulsar 250  variant now finally gets a dual-channel ABS, something we thought the twins missed on, back when they were launched. Along with that, the variant gets an all-black colour scheme. The contrast between the glossy and matte finishes give the bike an attractive look.

Apart from that, nothing has been changed on the two motorcycles. They still get a 250cc air-cooled, single-cylinder motor with an oil-cooler making 24.5PS and 21.5Nm. It’s mated to a 5-speed gearbox and comes with a slipper-clutch as well. Apart from LED illumination it still continues with an analogue-digital instrument console and a USB charger. The analogue dial houses the tachometer and the digital screen gets the speedometer, trip meter, time, fuel level readout and a gear position indicator. 

Bajaj Pulsar 250 ABS

Other underpinnings on the 250 twins include a split-tubular frame suspended on a conventional telescopic fork and a monoshock setup. Despite the inclusion of a dual-channel ABS, the bikes still come to a halt through the same 300mm front and 230mm rear disc brake. They come shod with 17-inchers on both ends with a 100-section at the front and 130-section at the rear. 

Bajaj Pulsar 250

While the dual-channel ABS is only available in this Brooklyn Black colour scheme, the single-channel ABS variant of the 250cc Pulsars will continue to sell in the existing colours: Racing Red, Caribbean Blue and Techno Grey.

Both the Pulsar F250 and the Pulsar Pulsar N250 carry a price tag of Rs 1,49,978 (ex-showroom Delhi) for the all-black, dual-channel ABS variant. That makes the N250 Rs 6,298 more expensive than its standard variant. On the other hand, the F250 is now Rs 4,999 more expensive than its standard variant. The increase in the asking price seems to be a fair one, given that the bikes now not only look better, but are also safer.

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