Bajaj recently launched a new series of Pulsar 250: Naked and Faired Version. Soon, Bajaj Nepal will be launching the Bajaj Pulsar F250 and N250 in Nepal. Bajaj has always been updated with their bikes. We have seen the Dominar 250 as the first 250cc bike from Bajaj. And it is well-performing too.

Bajaj Bikes are imported by Hansraj Hulaschand & Co. Pvt. Ltd in Nepal. They are also the sole importer of KTM bikes in Nepal. Now, let’s take a quick look at the bike’s specifications, features, and expected price of Bajaj Pulsar N250 and F250 in Nepal with its availability.

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Bajaj Pulsar 250 Overview

So, it’s obvious both the Pulsar N250 and Pulsar F250 share the same engine. These are the next generation Bajaj Pulsar which we have been getting as Pulsar 220F. Most people do say it comes in the segment of the Pulsar NS 200 but it isn’t. It is more to the 220F segment.

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Design

Starting with the design, the Bajaj Pulsar 250 has a new design than the ones we see on the roads right now. The Pulsar F250 still carries the muscular looks. Checking the headlights, it has a new shape than the Pulsar 220F but has the same Projector headlamp. It has a new DRLs on the lamp which looks quite aggressive. Also, it looks more like a two upside-down Nike logo. Nevertheless, it has an aggressive look over the headlight section. The fairing attaches the side indicator lights on it and also the side mirrors.

Whereas, Pulsar N250 is a naked version where the headlamp is a bit different. It has the same projector headlamp but the DRLs are different. The DRLs look more like an eye which seems like the concept from Yamaha MT15. However, it looks unique from the Pulsars that we get till now.

Moving on, the body of both Naked and Faired versions is similar. The fuel tank is similar where the only difference is the fairings on the F250. Even the seat positioning, engine placement, exhaust pipes, tires, and taillights are the same. However, this new generation Pulsar 250 got a new taillight as well.

Engine, Transmission

Both Pulsar N250 and F250 share the same 250cc engine. It comes with a 249.07cc 4-stroke, single-cylinder, 2-valve, and oil-cooled engine. It can generate a max power of 24.5 PS @ 8750 RPM. And it can generate a max torque of 21.5 Nm @ 6500 RPM.

Pulsar 250 has a 5-speed manual transmission. And it has 14 liters of fuel tank capacity. Compared with the Dominar 250, it might give the mileage of 30 Km/L on Nepalese road. These bikes will be competition for the CFmoto NK 250, Yamaha FZ25, and many other 250-cc bikes in Nepal.

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Dimension, Suspensions, Wheels and Brakes

The dimensions of both bikes are similar to the looks. But the fairings made the bike a bit heavier. The Pulsar N250 weighs 162 kg whereas Pulsar F250 weighs 164 kg. Both of the bikes share the same suspensions. The front suspension is a 37mm telescopic fork and the rear is provided with the Nitrox mono-shock absorber.

It seems like Bajaj just gave two options in the same bike, just like the Honda Hornet 2.0 and Honda CB200X. Even the tire measurements are the same in both bikes. The front tire measures 100/80 with a 17-inch alloy wheel the rear measures 130/70-17”. These are the tubeless tires. Moreover, it is provided with disc brakes both front and rear. The front disc measures 300mm which has a single channel ABS (Anti-lock Braking System). Then the rear disc measures 230mm.

Features and Miscellaneous

Talking about the features of this bike, it consists of a semi-analog instrument cluster. The digital part of the cluster shows the clock, fuel efficiency, range indicator, and gear indicator as well. Another feature that we can’t miss is the Assist and Slipper Clutch.

Bajaj Pulsar 250 Specifications

Engine Typecc oil-cooled, 4-stroke, 2-valve, single-cylinder
Dimensionsmm (l x w x h)
Max Power24.5 PS @ 8750 RPM
Horsepower21.5 Nm @ 6500 RPM
Bore x Stroke– mm
Max Speed– Km/h
Seat height795 mm
Wheelbase1351 mm
Ground Clearance165 mm
Kerb Weight162 Kg – Pulsar 250N 164 Kg – Pulsar 250F
Compression Ratio
Ignition/ Fuel DeliveryFuel Injection (Fi)
Fuel tank capacity (Liter)14 L
Fuel Mileage30 Km/L *
Starting MechanismSelf/electric start only
Instrument PanelSemi-digital console
Transmission5-speed Manual Mesh
ClutchAssist and Slipper Clutch
Suspensions37mm Telescopic Hydraulic Fork [Front],
Mono Shock Absorber with Nitrox [Back]
BrakesFront: 300 mm Disc Back: 230 mm Disc
Braking SystemSingle Channel ABS
Tires100/80-17″ – Tubeless [Front] 130/70-17″ – Tubeless [Rear]
FeaturesEngine Kill Switch, USB Charging Port, Gear indicator
Color OptionsRed, Black
Bajaj Pulsar 250 Price in NepalTBA

Bajaj Pulsar 250 Price in Nepal and Availability

The Bajaj Pulsar N250 price in India is set at INR 140,000 and Pulsar F250 price is set at INR 138,000. So, we can expect the Bajaj Pulsar 250 to be around NPR 4,40,000 to NPR 4,60,000. The faired version, Pulsar F250 price in Nepal will be higher than the naked version, Pulsar N250 price in Nepal.

Bajaj Bike ModelPrice in IndiaPrice in Nepal (Expected)Availability
Pulsar N250INR 1,38,000NPR 4,40,000TBA
Pulsar F250INR 1,40,000NPR 4,60,000TBA


If we check the competitive market, the price of the competitive 250cc bike is around Rs. 4.60 lakhs to Rs. 5.30 lakhs. To be more specific; the price of CFmoto NK 250 is Rs. 5,25,500. Similarly, the Suzuki Gixxer 250 price in Nepal is Rs. 4,65,900 and Yamaha Fz 25 price in Nepal is Rs. 4,74,900. Also, the price of Dominar 250 by Bajaj itself costs Rs. 5.18 in Nepal.

The naked version Pulsar 250 isn’t called the Pulsar NS 250 as it doesn’t lie in the same segment as Pulsar NS 125, Pulsar NS 160, and Pulsar NS 200. Also, the Pulsar 250 price Nepal will more than the Pulsar NS 200 price in Nepal.

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