It could also get a new digital display with Bluetooth connectivity.
Just days after a Bajaj Pulsar NS160 was spied with a digital dashspy shots have now emerged of a Pulsar N250 sporting a USD fork.
- F250 could also get the USD fork
- New digital dash could also be part of the update
The Pulsar N250 in these spy images appears to be quite similar to the current model, except for the presence of the USD fork. This unit could be the same one that’s found on the sportier Pulsar NS models but it could be in a different state of tune to suit the relaxed and easy-going vibe of the N250. Since the Pulsar N250 and F250 are identical save for the different front fascia, expect the F to receive the USD fork as well.
Since Bajaj has already teased an update for the smaller Pulsar N150 that is likely to be new Bluetooth-enabled instrumentation, the larger N250 could well get that update too.
Both of these updates would add greatly to the feature-set of the relatively simple new-age Pulsar 250s and expect this updated model to cost a little more than the current bikes. For reference, the dual-channel ABS variant of both the Pulsar N250 and F250 commands Rs 1.50 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).
Alongside the Pulsar N250 test mule in these images, the eagle-eyed amongst you will have also seen the made-in-India Husqvarna models on test, and to read more about that, tap here.