All-black variant of Bajaj Pulsar 250 priced Rs 149,978

The bike will also be equipped with a 300 mm front and 230 mm rear disc giving the rider better braking and control.

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All-black variant of Bajaj Pulsar 250 priced Rs 149,978

Bajaj Auto has launched an all-black variant of Pulsar 250 with Dual Channel ABS. Both Pulsar N250 (Naked Streetfighter) and Pulsar F250 (Semi-Faired Street Racer) are priced at Rs 149,978 (ex-showroom Delhi).  

While the single-channel ABS variant of the Pulsar 250 will continue to sell in the existing colours – Racing Red, Caribbean Blue and Techno Grey, the company said that the all-black theme comes with a combination of gloss and matte high sparkle paints with slivers of silvers and reds.

It also has satin black finishes to the side covers and tank-side inners contrasts the glossy Brooklyn black on the tank and seat cowl. The bike will also be equipped with a 300 mm front and 230 mm rear disc giving the rider better braking and control. 

Sarang Kanade, President of Motorcycle Business – Bajaj Auto, said, “Bajaj Pulsar 250 has enjoyed the immense response from riders across the country. Rider safety is of utmost importance for us at Bajaj Auto and the introduction of dual-channel ABS on Pulsar 250 combined with an all-black variant will further spruce up the demand.”

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