Pulsars to be launched in 2022: Watch More Details here

We take a look at all of the Pulsars that are expected to launch soon.

The all-new Bajaj Pulsars have arrived in the form of the N250 and the F250, and this pair has bikers all over India racing their hearts. Now, it’s clear that the F250 is meant to be the spiritual successor to the Pulsar 220F. The N250, on the other hand, appears to be destined to succeed the much-loved but long-missing Pulsar 200. (not the NS200, mind you). But what about the rest of your abilities? The Pulsar has always been available in a variety of capacities and at a variety of prices. So, with this new Pulsar platform, will we see something similar? Without a doubt! So here are four new Pulsars we’re pretty sure are coming, as well as two Pulsars we wish Bajaj would make.

Pulsar 150 and Pulsar 180 are two Pulsar models.

Bajaj Pulsar 150 and 180
Bajaj Pulsar 150 and 180

Bajaj has stated that the new Pulsars will have a maximum displacement of 250cc and will be built from the top down this time. The Pulsar 150 and Pulsar 180, we believe, will be the next Pulsars to be released on this new platform. What is the purpose of these abilities? Since the first-generation models were released two decades ago, the Pulsar has been available in 150cc and 180cc versions. More importantly, since the introduction of DTS-I 15 years ago, the current Pulsar 150 and 180 have received very few updates. As a result, it’s only natural that Bajaj’s new Pulsar platform will be ported to these two capacities as well.

When it comes to the 150, we don’t expect Bajaj to do anything out of the ordinary to compete with the premium 160s on the market. In fact, some features from the N250, such as the LED projector headlight and the slipper clutch, may be omitted. However, it will outperform the current Pulsar 150 in terms of performance. We anticipate a 250 motor with an underbored bore and a power output of around 16PS. However, its USP will be its low price, which will undercut most, if not all, 150cc bikes on the market… Ex-showroom, expect to pay a little more than Rs 1.0 lakh.

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