Bajaj Pulsar NS 250 Spied-Coming Soon
Bajaj Auto works on a Pulsar series of the next generation and some quarter liters are now on the horizon. Since 2019, there have been speculations about Bajaj creating a whole new collection, and finally, on the internet, we have spy images of what might seem to be Bajaj NS 250.
The testers wear heavier camouflage covering the concept elements, captured in the camera in the outskirts of Pune, where the Bajaj manufacturing hub is based. However, you can easily see the black aluminum wheels, telescopical forks in the front, sharp mirrors, divided seats, and grab rails. The rider was seated low with a slightly forward-leaning posture and the footpegs rearward.
However, not as violent as in KTMs. Another key highlight of spy photos is the short rear fender and tire, the upswept exhaust system, and new LED tail lamps that fit under the seat. The rear is fitted with a mono-shock suspension and pre-load modification.
The average percentage of the Bajaj Pulsar NS 250 is greater than the previous Pulsar series and we expect a longer wheelbase to also have improved touring features. Better handling can be achieved for the same perimeter frame. The size of the fuel tank may be close to that of the 13 liters.
It is expected that the Bajaj Pulsar NS 250 will debut in September this year and will potentially use a new oil-cooled single-cylinder engine with 24 bhp. It would definitely not have liquid cooling technology such as Dominar250, as the Pulsar NS200 could only be positioned aggressively. A modern six-speed transmission links the powertrain.
In the coming months, the research prototype will evolve and bringing us more specifications about the bike. It would potentially have a semi-digital instrument cluster, an LED headlight, and DRL signals alongside a revamped face and a narrow windscreen. Expect the price for the Pulsar RS200 to float around Rs 1.45 lakh (ex-showroom).