Bajaj is all set to launch its new Pulsar 250 on October 28th

 Bajaj is all set to launch its new Pulsar 250 on October 28th

The Indian two-wheeler market has been on a high recently. Many new companies have entered the fray, and existing players have been launching a slew of new models. Fighting for a more significant chunk of a pie that has been proliferating. 

The going has been good for all involved, but one man will not be too happy about all this.Bajaj Auto’s Rajeev Bajaj – who holds a significant market share. 

What could upset him the most is that most of these small capacity machines are aimed at capturing the entry-level market thanks to their affordable prices.

However that also wont stop him to make new variants of the exisiting models.

The new teaser video, posted by Bajaj Auto on its official YouTube channel.Doesn’t reveal much about the bike. 

But the bits of information displayed in the video are worth knowing. Bajaj will launch this bike on 28 October 2021.

The minimalistic approach taken in the teaser suggests that this 250cc Pulsar is more of a naked racing motorcycle instead of sitting somewhere between an adventure tourer and a sports bike. 

Expected Specs

It won’t be wrong to say that this Pulsar is being created mainly for the youth. Who want to slide through traffic or have some fun at expressway speeds.


Pulsar 250’s high-handling capabilities can bend to your will. Designed for riders who take the road and create it.The Pulsar 250 will arrive to steal eyeballs with its gorgeous lines and sportily sculpted body. 

The bike will arrive with an all-new 249 cc, single-cylinder, 4-stroke, air-cooled engine. 

The motor will make 25bhp of peak power at 8500 rpm and 120Nm of peak torque at 6500 rpm while paired to a 6-speed gearbox. 

The bike will ride on a 17-inch front wheel and a 14-inch rear wheel wrapped around in tubeless tyres. Which should provide the Pulsar 250 to bust out some great numbers on the performance figure.

For the first time, we will see the full-scale digital console on the upcoming Pulsar 250. We do see clip-ons as usual and an upright stance.


The bike’s design is simple yet attention-grabbing and should appeal to a large section of buyers. 

The design of the upcoming Pulsar gives the bike a more premium look, while the riding posture gives it a good mix of performance and capability. Stay tuned for the launch of the Pulsar 250 on October 28th.

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