Bajaj had completely covered all of the Pulsar NS250 test mules that were spied using camouflage material
Multiple development mules of the upcoming Bajaj Pulsar NS250 have been spied at Raigad in Maharashtra recently.
The test mules were spotted by MotorBeamer Amol Naresh Nakti and they basically look like the Pulsar 250F, devoid of the semi-fairing.
Let us talk about design first. Upfront, the quarter litre motorcycle has a projector headlamp and twin DRLs, while there is also a proper mudguard below.
Moving to the sides, one can see a muscular fuel tank with extensions just like the ones on the current generation NS models, while there are crash guards and and an engine cowl as well.
The motorcycle does come with split seats, a sharp tail section and a stubby exhaust canister. It also gets a disc brake on each wheel, but, it is not known if the motorcycle comes with a dual channel or single channel ABS.
Powering the bike is an air-and oil-cooled 250cc motor which features variable valve actuation. While the power figures are not known, it should be very competitive in its class to say the least.
Rajiv Bajaj has announced that the 2-wheeler brand will introduce the new generation Pulsar in November this year and that it will be the biggest Pulsar Bajaj has ever made.
Could it be that the Pulsar 250F (or is it the AS250?) and the NS250 will be launched at the same time? All we can say is, expect some fireworks from Bajaj around Diwali this year.