Bajaj Auto India has officially launched two new flagship models of the Pulsar Series in India. Both the bikes are based on a newly built Tubular frame with high torsional strength and stress resistance according to the brand. Although, they are positioned differently from each other, and how do buyers set them apart? So, we put together Top 5 biggest differences between Bajaj Pulsar N250 and F250: –

Top 5 differences between N250 and F250
  • Positioning

The Bajaj Pulsar takes another step towards the new revolution with N250 and F250 and takes on N200 and F220 respectively. While the former is based on a naked streetfighter and the latter is based on a semi faired motorcycle. The former has a direct rival with Yamaha FZ25, while the latter compete against Suzuki Gixxer 250.

Top 5 differences between N250 and F250
  • Visual changes

The Pulsar F250 features the best touring stance with a tall screen and the N250 features youthful with sleek design LED headlamp, LED DRLs, and a single LED projector. Although, the F250 has a more organized and sportiest design with boomerang LED DRLs and shaped body panels.

  • Price Range

The Bajaj Pulsar F250 comes with a price of Rs 1.40 lakh, while the N250 comes with a price tag of Rs 1.38 lakh ex-showroom. Although, both the bikes comprise 300 mm of the front disc and 230 mm of the rear disc. The suspension duties are performed by 37 mm telescopic front forks and rear shock absorber suspension for better handling, along with 14-litre of fuel capacity and so on.

  •  Riding posture

The Bajaj Pulsar F250 gets a more relaxed clip-on handlebars setup while the pulsar N250 gets a flat and a wide handlebar setup that makes a difference former makes a touring stance and the latter gets a more youthful stance. The N250 will help you in more traffic situations and city drives.

Top 5 differences between N250 and F250
  • Kerb weight

While both use the same 249 ccs single cylinder SOHC oil-cooled engine. The engine develops 24.5 PS of maximum power and 21.5 Nm of peak torque. the powertrain comes paired with a 5-speed gearbox system. The Bajaj Pulsar N250 tips 162 Kilograms and F250 weighs 164 kilograms.

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