Bajaj Pulsar upcoming 250F test mules have been spied for the first time on Indian roads, ahead of its launch next year.

  • Bajaj recently launched the entry level Pulsar NS 125 in India
  • Currently, Pulsar 220F is the longest running nameplate in India with lot of success
  • Pulsar 250F likely to be powered by a 250cc oil cooled motor

Recently, Chakan-based manufacturer Bajaj Auto launched the entry-level Pulsar NS 125 in the Indian market with heavily aggressive pricing around Rs 94,000 ex-showroom. Pulsar NS 125 comes paired with the common braking system. While, along with that the company has also released new color options for the pulsar line-up, which includes Pulsar 150, Pulsar 150F, and Pulsar 220F. Speculations have been on the internet that, the manufacturer is working on launching the new generation range of pulsar, as it existed for more than a year now.

Bajaj Pulsar 250F spied
Bajaj Pulsar 250F spied

While it was also claiming that the 250 ccs were recently caught on camera earlier this year, and now the test mules of Pulsar 250F has been spied on the road for the first time in India. Bajaj could be used different nomenclature for the semi-faired motorcycle but as per the Bajaj Auto pattering for pulsar, it could be named as Pulsar 250F. Currently, 220F is the biggest bike offer from Bajaj Auto India, with a few notable updates in its lifespan and one of the most popular motorcycles for young bike enthusiasts.

Bajaj Pulsar 250F spied

The Set of spied images taken on the road of 250F in heavily camouflage has shown, almost the same traits. As it can be seen in the spied images that the rider is sitting very upright, courtesy of clip-one and sharp rear-view mirrors mounted on handles. The rear profile is identical to the 250 cc sibling but redesigned LED taillights cannot be seen Cleary. The LED turn indicators and split grab handlebars look production-ready. Upcoming Pulsar 250F is likely to powered by a 250-cc single-cylinder oil-cooled motor which is capable enough to develop 24 HP of maximum power and paired with a 6-speed sequential transmission gearbox system.

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