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Buy a Bajaj Pulsar NS400Z by paying Rs 1,000 over the Pulsar N250

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Buy a Bajaj Pulsar NS400Z by paying Rs 1,000 over the Pulsar N250

-Difference between the ex-showroom prices is approximately Rs 35,000

– Pulsar NS400Z offers great value

– The difference in EMIs isn’t a lot

The Bajaj Pulsar NS400Z was launched a few weeks ago at a price point that shook the segment. Who would have thought that in 2024, one can buy a 400cc motorcycle under Rs 2 lakh. Bajaj has not just left the competition dumbstruck, it has also opened the door for cannibalisation within the expansive Bajaj Pulsar range. Case in point is the 2024 Bajaj Pulsar N250.

Pulsar NS400Z vs Pulsar N250: The prices

The Pulsar NS400Z is priced at Rs 1.85 lakh while the Pulsar N250 will set you back by Rs 1.51 lakh. Both prices are ex-showroom, Delhi. As you can see, there’s about a Rs 35,000 price gap between these two motorcycles. But, for the extra dough, the NS400Z brings a lot more to the table. When you factor in the difference in EMIs between these two bikes, the bridge seems even smaller to cross.

Pulsar NS400Z vs Pulsar N250: The EMIs

If we factor in a minimum down payment of Rs 11,000 and loan tenure of three years at an interest rate of 10 per cent, the EMI for the Pulsar N250 is a shade over Rs 6,000. If we keep the same factors and calculate the EMI for the Pulsar NS400Z, using the EMI calculator on the BikeWale website, it works to Rs 7,427.

For a little over Rs 1,000 you get a more powerful, feature rich motorcycle in the Pulsar NS400Z. Now, that should make one think about making the stretch, no? But, there are few more things one must consider before choosing between the two bikes.

Pulsar NS400Z vs Pulsar N250: Decisions, decisions

The Bajaj Pulsar N250 has a 249cc, single-cylinder, oil-cooled engine that makes 24.1bhp and 21.5Nm of peak torque. It gets traction control and three ABS modes. Rain, Road and Off-road.

The Bajaj Pulsar NS400Z is powered by a 373cc, liquid-cooled, single cylinder engine that makes 39.4bhp and 35Nm. It is also the better equipped bike here with features like four ride modes- Road, Rain, Sport and Off-road.

It’s clear that in every way the Pulsar NS400Z offers the better price to performance and features ratio.

That said, both bikes offer a solid package, be it in the way they look, their engines, features, ride and handling. The Pulsar N250 has refined engine, good ride quality, better fuel efficiency and comfortable ergonomics.The NS400Z, will appeal to those who want performance and features without shelling out 400cc-bike money.

Ultimately, choosing between the two bikes should not only boil down to their prices but also which one appeals the most to you.

Bajaj Pulsar NS400Z
154 Kmph|174 kg|39.4 bhp @ 8800 rpm
₹ 1,83,563Onwards
Avg. Ex-Showroom price
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