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2024 Bajaj Pulsar N250 launch- top 5 highlights

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2024 Bajaj Pulsar N250 launch- top 5 highlights

When the Bajaj Pulsar 250 was launched a few years ago, a lot was expected from the bike. While it is a very well rounded motorcycle in many aspects, it wasn’t as well received in the market as Bajaj would’ve liked. Cut to 2024, Bajaj has updated the Pulsar N250 significantly and here are the top five highlights of the bike.


The 2024 Bajaj Pulsar N250 has more street presence than its predecessor and that addresses one of the biggest peeves that customers had. The bold colours, contrasting graphics, the fatter 37mm USD fork and the 140-section rear tyre help add visual mass to the N250’s appearance. Some of the other bits that stand out about the bike include the muscular tank, the LED projector lights and sleek tail section. The Pulsar N250 is available in three colours- Red, Black and White .


Bajaj has kitted out the bike with a host of features. These include a new digital display with Bluetooth connectivity and turn-by-turn navigation. That’s a pretty handy feature for those who dislike mounting their expensive camera phones on the handlebar.

Bajaj has also introduced a traction control system on the N250. The system detects excessive wheelslip, say while riding on slippery road surfaces and momentarily chops power to help the rider stay in control.

The bike gets dual-channel ABS as standard, but with this it also gets three ABS mode settings- Rain, Road and Sport. These modes alter the level of ABS intervention so, while riding on wet surfaces, for instance, the system is more alert and intervenes the earliest to prevent a wheel lock up.


Powering the Pulsar N250 is a 249cc, single-cylinder, oil-cooled engine that makes 24.1bhp and 21.5Nm of peak torque. It is paired with a five-speed gearbox with an assist and slipper clutch. This engine is one of the most refined out there and in our tests we found it to offer a good mix of performance and fuel efficiency.


Underneath the good-looking body work is a tubular steel frame that’s suspended by a USD fork and a monoshock. The USD fork should offer greater rigidity and improved front end feel which is likely to enhance the handling of the Pulsar N250.

The bike rides on 17-inch wheels and there is a disc brake at either end.

Price and competition

Despite the increase in the number of features, the 2024 Bajaj Pulsar N250 at Rs 1.51 lakh is marginally more expensive than the 2023 bike. In terms of competition, it goes up against the Suzuki Gixxer 250.

Bajaj Pulsar N250
132 Kmph|616 Km|162 kg|24.1 bhp @ 8750 rpm
₹ 1,50,564Onwards
Avg. Ex-Showroom price
8 more Bajaj Pulsar Bikes – ₹ 85,988

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