Continuing on the rich vein of its automotive success, Bajaj launched the Pulsar F250 and N250 bikes packed with USB charger, infinity display and a thumping 250cc engine. The bikes are given a competitive price of Rs. 1,40,000 and Rs. 1,38,000 for F250 and N250 variants respectively. Both the 250 cc variants of the new Bajaj Pulsar bikes are likely to give tough competition to Yamaha FZ25 and Suzuki Gixxer 250.

In the past few years, bike enthusiasts have gradually warmed up to 250 cc bikes. The segment was first ruled by the Yamaha FZ25 and soon came competitors like Suzuki Gixxer 250 and Dominor 250 – both the bikes intended to be an affordable alternative for Indian consumers. And now, a new entrant from Bajaj is making waves in the segment. But do the new Pulsar 250 bikes pack enough punch? We’ll find out.


Indian automotive giant Bajaj auto is the world’s third-biggest motorcycle manufacturer and the second-biggest in India. Back in late 2000s Bajaj became the first manufacturer offering 4-stroke bikes with optimal performance at an affordable rate. The automotive giant produces bikes like Discover, Platina, Dominar and Avenger. These two-wheelers come with a sporty look, a decent engine, and features bundled neatly in an affordable package.

However, as India grows, the aspiration of it youths also grow. Gone are the days when a college going student or a newly employed man opted for a simple 150 or 180 cc bike. Indian youth now desire more hard-boiled engines and to cater the masses, Bajaj has two new bikes.

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The Facts of the Matter

Initiating a new phase of its iconic Pulsar era, Bajaj Auto has introduced two new siblings in the Pulsar Family – Bajaj Pulsar F250 and Bajaj Pulsar N250. No prize for guessing, these bikes come with a 250cc engine, and competes with the likes of Yamaha FZ25 and Suzuki Gixxer.

Bajaj Pulsar F250 and N250 – Style and Design

Both F250 and N250 are relatively same in design and style, while having some differences enough to be distinct. The overall design for both the bikes is aggressive and muscular and gives the 250cc bike the appearance it deserves.

Both the bikes sport the iconic spearheaded headlamp, a large windscreen and the sharp arrow-like turn signals. A main difference between F250 and N250 is external fairing where the former has a protruding fascia and the fairing is down till the tank. The N250 is much starker naked in comparison.

Bajaj F250

Bajaj F250

Bajaj N250

Bajaj N250

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Bajaj Pulsar F250 and N250 – Under the Hood

Both the 250cc siblings of the Pulsar family will house the biggest Bajaj pulsar engine ever. The 250cc engine promises to pump a 24.1 bhp power and a torque of 21.5 Nm. A 5-speed gearbox will enable the bikes to reach its optimum performance.

Bajaj Pulsar F250 and N250 – Extra Features

For a modern rider, Bajaj Pulsar’s newest entrants promises a set of modern features. The two models will be equipped with an ‘Assist & Slipper Clutch’, needed for simpler gear changes for downshifting. The bikes will also feature an Infinity Display Console which will show gear position, distance to empty. Sitting underneath the bike handlebar will be a USB charging port.

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Bajaj Pulsar F250 and N250 – Pricing

The two new 250cc siblings will be sold at Rs. 1,38,000 and Rs. 1,40,000. Given that Yamaha FZ25 comes at Rs. 1,36,800 and Dominar 250 at Rs 1,59,300, the F250 and N250 seem like a lucrative competition.