The motorbike market is set to get revved up with the entry of Bajaj’s latest offering—the Pulsar NS250. This motorcycle is not just another addition to the lineup; it’s a statement piece, a challenge to established giants like KTM and a testament to Bajaj’s commitment to excellence and innovation in the competitive two-wheeler segment.

The Pulsar NS250, with its formidable appearance, is crafted to make heads turn. The aesthetics are a blend of aggression and elegance, which promises to strike a chord with riders, particularly the youth who are always on the lookout for something that stands out from the crowd. Bajaj has paid special attention to the design, ensuring that it carries an appeal that is hard to resist.

But it’s not just about looks. The Pulsar NS250 is loaded with branded features that set new benchmarks in the category. The motorcycle is equipped with cutting-edge technology like Upside Down (USD) forks and a monoshock suspension on the rear end, providing an unparalleled riding experience with enhanced stability and control.

Moreover, the Pulsar NS250 doesn’t shy away from flaunting its high-end 17-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels, combined with the safety net of dual-channel ABS, ensuring riders not only ride in style but also with the assurance of advanced braking capabilities.

Dimension-wise, the Pulsar NS250 comes with a wheelbase of 1351mm and a commendable ground clearance of 165mm. The seating height is designed at a comfortable 795mm, making it accessible for a wide range of riders.

Under the hood, the Pulsar NS250 boasts a robust engine—248.7 CC single-cylinder DOHC fuel-injected, liquid-cooled powerhouse. It’s capable of delivering a punchy 31 PS of power and 27 Nm of peak torque, all while being supported by a slick 6-speed transmission, ensuring that the bike has plenty of thrust on tap for both city commutes and highway sprints.

Pulsar NS250
Pulsar NS250

As for the price point, the Pulsar NS250 is expected to be priced between INR 1.60 lakh to INR 1.70 lakh, positioning it as a competitive option in the segment. It is set to take on rivals like the Yamaha R15 and various models from KTM and Duke.

Bajaj’s new Pulsar NS250 is not just another launch; it is a clear signal of the brand’s intention to dominate the performance motorbike segment in India. With its combination of style, features, and performance, the Pulsar NS250 is ready to be more than just a machine—it’s ready to be an icon.

Sonu Roy is originally a resident of Samastipur district of Bihar, has been working as a writer in digital journalism for the last 4 years. In his career of 4 years, he has good experience from politics, automobile, motivation, sports to technology field.