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Bajaj has finally launched the dual-channel ABS variant of the recently launched Pulsar 250 range of motorcycles. According to Bajaj, the prices for the dual-channel variant of the Bajaj Pulsar 250 range starts from Rs 1.49 lakh (ex-showroom, India).
When launched, the Bajaj Pulsar 250 range was a worthy replacement for the ageing Pulsar 220 model as it offered the simplicity and the performance of the Pulsar 220 in an even better package.
However, the automaker was criticised for not giving the dual-channel ABS even as an optional extra. This was the biggest chink in the armour of the Pulsar 250 range.
Recently, Bajaj also launched the new Pulsar N160 motorcycle. However, this time Bajaj introduced the dual-channel ABS for the 160cc motorcycle. This came in as a surprise to many considering the 250cc variant lacked this safety feature.
Now, Bajaj has addressed this by launching the dual-channel ABS variant of the Bajaj Pulsar 250 range of motorcycles.
Interestingly, Bajaj had earlier teased a new dark colour for the Pulsar 250 motorcycle range. That is the same motorcycle that Bajaj has currently launched, meaning the dual-channel ABS variant of the Pulsar 250 range is available with the all-black colour scheme.
Speaking about the Bajaj Pulsar 250 range, it is available in two variants - N250 and F250. The N250 is the naked variant, whereas the F250 is the semi-faired variant of the motorcycle that is slightly more ideal if you are a regular highway user.
In terms of features, both the Bajaj Pulsar F250 and Bajaj Pulsar N250 motorcycles come with a similar set of features such as powerful LED projector headlamps, LED tail lamps, LED DRLs, front and rear disc brakes, etc.
In addition to the above-listed features, the Bajaj Pulsar 250 motorcycles also get features such as a traditional analogue tachometer, a digital speedometer, a gear-position indicator, a distance-to-empty fuel gauge, a digital trip meter, a fuel efficiency indicator, service reminder, and a clock.
Moreover, the Bajaj Pulsar 250 motorcycles also come equipped with a USB charging port as standard, which we think is a thoughtful addition and it is a boon for those who use Google Maps while riding.
In terms of engine, the Bajaj Pulsar 250 models are powered by a new 249cc, single-cylinder, 2-valve, Oil-Cooled, SOHC engine. This engine in Bajaj Pulsar 250 range puts out a respectable 23.5bhp of peak power at 8,750rpm and 21.5Nm of peak torque at 6,500rpm. In addition to that, this power unit comes mated to a 5-speed gearbox with a slipper clutch.
Braking duty on the Bajaj Pulsar 250 twins is carried out by a single 300mm disc brake at the front and a smaller 230mm disc brake at the rear. In addition to that, the new Bajaj Pulsar 250 comes with 100/80 tubeless tyres at the front and wider 130/70 tubeless tyres at the rear.
Thoughts About Bajaj Pulsar 250 Dual-Channel ABS
Thanks to the introduction of dual-channel ABS, the motorcycle is a lot safer for novice riders. Also, the introduction of dual-channel ABS will welcome a lot more customers to the showrooms.