Bajaj has appended into its Pulsar 250 product lineup, two new all-black motorbike variants. The Bajaj Pulsar N250 and F250 now come in a new ‘Glossy Brooklyn Black’ shade, just like the brand-new N160. The motorcycles, both of which have been priced at Rs 1.5 lakhs, will sport an all-black theme. The new colour variants cost Rs 6,000 and Rs 5,000 more than the standard N250 and F250 models respectively. Not only that, but the new all-black motorbikes also come upgraded with dual-channel ABS for the first time.
Apart from the new Glossy Brooklyn Black shade, the 250cc twins are offered in three colours, Racing Red, Techno Grey and Caribbean Blue. Both the bikes feature a combination of glossy and matte black paint schemes, with subtle red and silver accents on the body for contrast. The parts receiving the new black finishing include the exhaust, belly cowl, engine casing, alloy wheels, as well as the Pulsar badging.
The Bajaj Pulsar N250 comes flaunting a completed naked street fighter design language while the Pulsar F250 sports a semi-faired body. Apart from receiving an updated paint scheme along with dual-channel ABS, the two motorbikes remain unchanged in all other aspects. They both source power from the same 249cc SOHC single-cylinder oil-cooled engine. It delivers 24.1bhp at 8,750rpm and 21.5Nm of peak torque at 6,500rpm. This is coupled with a 5-speed gearbox which is supported by a slip and assist clutch.
The new all-black Pulsar 250 variants come with a 300mm disc and a 100/80-17 tyre at the front along with a 230mm disc and a 130/70-17 tyre at the rear. Suspension duties are taken care of by 37mm telescopic forks at the front and mono-shock with Nitrox at the rear. The capacity of the fuel tank is 14L. Speaking of technical equipment, the 250cc Pulsar twins feature a semi-digital instrument cluster, all-LED lights, a USB mobile charging socket, split-style seats, a side twin-barrel exhaust, and more.
The prices of the all-black-themed Bajaj Pulsar N250 and F250 start from Rs 1.5 lakhs. Post their launch, they will be seen competing with the likes of Yamaha FZ25 and FZS 25, along with the Suzuki Gixxer 250 siblings.