Bajaj Pulsar NS250 & RS250 will most likely be positioned earlier mentioned the NS200 and RS200 respectively could use related underpinnings as the Dominar 250
Bajaj Auto has extended been said to be doing work on the upcoming era Pulsar series and new aspects have emerged on the world wide web regarding the flagship quarter litres bikes that will sit at the major of the array. The NS200 and RS200 are presently the most top quality Pulsars on sale and issues will reportedly alter next the arrival of the Pulsar NS250 and RS250.
A new media report, citing their resources, suggests that Bajaj has made prototypes of the 250 twins and their road testing will begin quickly. The Bajaj Pulsar NS250 and RS250 are predicted to enter the domestic marketplace close to this festive season (September or Oct), and they will supposedly have lots in frequent with the Dominar 250.
With the Pulsar NS200 carrying an ex-showroom price tag of about Rs. 1.32 lakh and Rs. 1.52 lakh for the RS200, the bare 250 cc streetfighter could be priced all-around Rs. 1.55 lakh though the faired supersport’s quarter-litre iteration might expense about Rs. 1.75 lakh – effectively undercutting rivals like the Suzuki Gixxer SF 250 (all costs, ex-showroom).
The Bajaj Pulsar RS250 could act as a extra economical alternate to the KTM RC200 and KTM Duke 250 with great touring traits. The 250 duo are predicted to be primarily based on the exact beam type perimeter body as the Dominar 250 when working with comparable mechanicals this sort of as the brakes. Having said that, as opposed to the Dominar 250, they may well only function telescopic entrance forks for cost reasons.
The D250 uses a 37 mm USD and the rear monoshock with preload adjustability is a large possibility in the Pulsar NS250 and RS250. We do assume them to get an LED headlamp, LED tail lamp and LED indicators, digital instrument console with Bluetooth connectivity, 300 mm front disc (320 mm in RS250) and 230 mm rear disc, twin-channel Ab muscles program, slipper clutch and so on.
As for the overall performance, the same 248.8 cc one-cylinder fuel-injected liquid-cooled motor will be used producing comparable electrical power of 23.5 bhp and 27 Nm torque outputs as the Dominar 250, or a very little lesser. The powertrain is paired with a six-velocity transmission.