Bajaj Pulsar NS250 and RS250 will be launched in India by the end of this year

Bajaj Pulsar NS250 and RS250 will likely be placed above the NS200 and RS200 in the company's lineup and may share the same platform as the Dominar 250.

Bajaj Pulsar NS250 and RS250

Bajaj Auto has long been planning to introduce the new generation of Bajaj Pulsar series. Recently some new details have been revealed about this flagship quarter liter bike, which will be at the top of the range. Actually, the company is planning to launch the new Bajaj Pulsar NS250 and Bajaj Pulsar RS250 in India.

Let us know that currently the NS200 and RS200 are the most premium motorcycle of the Pulsar series available for sale in Bajaj's lineup, but things will change after the arrival of the NS250 and RS250. A report has claimed that the prototype of the Bajaj 250 twins may begin testing on the roads soon.

In this way, Bajaj Pulsar NS250 and RS250 can be introduced in the domestic market around this festive season (September or October). It is being told that both these motorcycles can share the platform with the Bajaj Dominar 250, although it is yet to be officially confirmed by the company.

Bajaj Pulsar NS250 and RS250

The company can also use mechanicals like the Dominar 250 for this. However, unlike the Dominar 250, a telescopic fork can only be provided for cost reasons. The Pulsar NS250 and RS250 can also have a rear mono-shock with pre-load adjustment.

W expect these bikes to have features like LED headlamps, LED tail lamps and LED indicators, digital instrument console with Bluetooth connectivity, 300 mm front disc (320 mm in RS 250) and 230 mm rear disc, dual-channel ABS, slipper clutch etc. To give power, a 248.8 cc single-cylinder fuel-injected liquid-cooled engine of Dominar 250 can be given, which generates a power of 23.5 bhp and torque of 27 Nm. This powertrain comes with a six-speed transmission.

Apart from this, the company can also work with the Bajaj Pulsar NS250 and RS250 on a more economical option than the KTM RC200 and KTM Duke 250 with good touring features and the 250 twins are expected to be based on the same beam frame. Let us tell you that currently, the ex-showroom price of Pulsar NS200 is around Rs 1.32 lakh and Rs 1.52 lakh for RS200. Hence, the price of the new Pulsar series may be slightly higher.

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