Bajaj Pulsar 250F Spied Rear
The test mule’s tyres look a lot skinnier in the images

Bajaj has begun testing its upcoming Pulsar 250F and a test mule has been spied doing rounds on public roads already.

Based on the 2022 NS250 which was first spotted in February this year, the 250F is a semi-faired motorcycle, which would be the successor to the very popular Pulsar 220F.

Unfortunately, the front profile of the development mule was not captured, which is a shame, for we would have liked to see the new headlight cluster of the quarter litre motorbike.

However, the side and rear profiles of the Bajaj Pulsar 250F spied recently show that it will be identical to the naked 250cc motorcycle it is based on.

The 250F will come with rear-view mirrors mounted on the semi-fairing, similar to the Pulsar 220F, raised clip-on handlebars and a fairly large fuel tank upfront.

As mentioned above, there is nothing to differentiate between the NS250 spotted earlier and the Bajaj Pulsar 250F spied recently, apart from the semi-fairing.

The split seat setup, grab rails, tail lamp cluster (an updated version of the current taillight design), saree guard, tyre hugger, subframe and swingarm, are all the same.

Things are the same when it comes the suspension and braking hardware as well. However, the exhaust canister looks a bit different, but the stubby unit has been designed well.

Powering the upcoming Pulsar 250F is an air- and oil-cooled 250cc single cylinder engine that is expected to put out better power and torque figures than the NS200’s liquid-cooled motor. The gearbox will be a 6-speed unit.

When it gets launched, the new Pulsar 250F from Bajaj will go head-to-head with the Suzuki Gixxer SF 250 and should cost in the region of Rs. 1.30 lakhs (ex-showroom), to say the least.

Bajaj Pulsar 250F Spied
If Bajaj gets this product right, it will be a sales success like the 220F

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