Pulsar F250 will be available in Nepal soon. It is the same motorcycle which was launched in an Indian market last year.
Bajaj Auto revealed their much-awaited bike to celebrate the Pulsar brand's historic 20 years.
This bike was under testing for approximately 5 years before its official introduction. Lastly, the Indian manufacturer has unveiled its biggest Pulsar ever and ended the rumours and leaks going on for months and years.
After the launch of the latest Pulsar in India, there were several questions about its price and launch date in Nepal. Well, we've got you covered in this story.
But before that, let's take a closer look at the brand new Pulsar F250, with major highlights and full specificiations.
Pulsar F250 Overview
Pulsar F250 is now sharper, although it retains the half fairing style from 220F. It has an angular front fairing with a projector headlight in the centre and DRLs on either side.
Furthermore, sharp fuel tank extensions and a sleek tail section add edginess and wickedness to the design. This motorcycle features a new 'X' shaped LED taillight, similar to the Hero Xtreme.
It also gets a dual-tone engine cowl, which adds to the bike's sporty appearance. Additionally, you get two different color choices: Racing Red and Techno Grey.
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The 249.07cc, oil-cooled, single-cylinder engine powers the all-new Pulsar F250. The FI motor can generate 24.5PS of max power at 8,750rpm and 21.5Nm of peak torque at 6,500rpm.
Everyone is excited about Pulsar's biggest engine ever. Unfortunately, it has only 2-valves and still comes with a 5-speed gearbox same as other NS models.
Meanwhile, real performance may differ from what is shown on the spec sheets. The bike also now features a slip-and-assist clutch for safe and easy gearshifts, which is a plus.
The all-new Pulsar F250 weighs 164 kg, which is 2 kg more than the N250. It also has a large 14-litre fuel tank and can get an estimated mileage of 30 Kmpl.
The bike gets a 165mm ground clearance and a wheelbase of 1351mm. Furthermore, it offers an impressive seat height of 795mm, making it more convenient even for short riders.
Suspensions and Brakes
The tubular chassis upholds the Bajaj Pulsar F250. The suspension unit consists of 37mm telescopic forks at the front and a rear mono-shock with Nitrox.
A 300mm disc up front and a 230mm disc at the rear handle the braking duties, while the safety features include a single-channel ABS.
Similarly, the front and rear 17-inch alloy wheels are covered in 100/80-section and 130/70-section tyres, respectively.
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The F250 comes with a new semi-digital dashboard that has a typical analogue tachometer and a digital speedometer. The instrument cluster does have a range indicator, fuel efficiency, gear indication, and a clock. Other noteworthy features include:
Pulsar F250 Features
- Tubular Frame Chassis
- AeroDynamic Body design
- Dual Barrel Exhaust System
- Aluminum Pillion Handlebars
- Split Seat Setup
- Double Disc Brakes
- Single-channel ABS
- Telescopic Front Forks
- Wider Tubeless Tyres
- Fuel Injection (FI) Technology
- All-new 249.07cc Oil-cooled Engine
- Side Stand Engine Cut-Off Switch
- Assist and Slipper Clutch
- USB Charging Port
- LED Projector Headlamp and Position Lights
- New LED ‘X’ Shape Tail Light
Pulsar F250 Specifications
Engine and Transmission
|ENGINE||Oil-cooled, 1-cylinder, 2-valve, 4-stroke, SOHC|
|FUEL SUPPLY||Fuel Injection|
|PEAK POWER||24.5 PS @ 8750 rpm|
|MAX TORQUE||21.5 Nm @ 6500 rpm|
|NO. OF GEARS||5 Gears|
|TOP SPEED||140 Kmph (Approximate)|
|MILEAGE||30 Kmpl (Approximate|
|CLUTCH TYPE||Assist and Slipper|
Build and Dimension
|GROUND CLEARANCE||165 mm|
|SEAT HEIGHT||795 mm|
|FUEL TANK CAPACITY||14 Ltr|
Chassis and Suspension
|FRONT SUSPENSION||Telescopic forks (37 mm)|
|REAR SUSPENSION||Monoshock with Nitrox|
Brakes and Tyres
|BRAKING SYSTEM||Single-channel ABS|
|FRONT BRAKE||Disc 300mm|
|REAR BRAKE||Disc 230mm|
|COLOURS||Racing Red, Techno Grey|
Pulsar F250 Price in Nepal
The new generation Pulsar costs INR 140,000 in India (ex-showroom Delhi). Given this pricing, the Pulsar F250 price in Nepal is expected to be between Rs. 540,000 and Rs. 580,000.
|Pulsar F250||Rs. 5.40 - 5.80 Lakhs (Expected)|
This is just a prediction, and considering the recent price hike in Nepal's two-wheeler sector, it may be even higher. Therefore, we'll have to wait till the official release to find out the actual price.
Bajaj has not provided any official information regarding the launch date of Pulsar F250 in Nepal. Meanwhile, it can launch around October this year.
In terms of competition, it will face Dominar 250, Suzuki Gixxer SF 250, and Yamaha FZ 25.
Please stay tuned with us for additional information on the official launch date and price of Bajaj Pulsar F250 in Nepal.
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