Bajaj Pulsar is not just Indian pride but a global phenomenon and this reaction by a Pakistani couple to the drive review of the 250 twins represents just that.
Check out this video where a Pakistani couple react to the drive review of the Bajaj Pulsar 250. The Pulsar range of bikes in India includes a plethora of products under the 250-cc segment. That is the reason why it has become a household name in our market. People can find a suitable Pulsar according to their requirements at every price point. This 250-cc version is geared more toward the riding enthusiastic community.
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Pakistani Couple React To Bajaj Pulsar 250 Review
The Pulsar 250 comes in two avatars, N250 and F250. The difference is evident in the nomenclature itself. The former is the Naked version, while the latter comes with a sporty Fairing to cut that wind blast at high speeds. In terms of the design, the Pulsar has a sporty headlamp, muscular fuel tank, attractive fairing, cool body graphics, split-seat setup, compact visor and handlebar, compact exhaust pipe, solid grab handles for the pillion, sleek taillamp design, sturdy cowl and prominent tank shrouds. All in all, it is a great-looking motorcycle.
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The couple also appreciated the design and the overall review of the Pulsar 250. They seem particularly impressed by the mileage of the bike. It is one of the main reasons why Bajaj sells millions of bikes every year. The man in the video expresses his opinion about the importance of a 250-cc engine and how it enables a more spirited riding performance. He feels that a bike should be at least 150-cc to offer any sort of excitement while riding.
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The Pulsar 250 comes with a 249-cc engine that develops a healthy 24.5 PS and 21.5 Nm of peak power and torque. This engine is mated to a 5-speed gearbox with a slipper clutch. It has a conventional telescopic fork at the front and a monoshock absorber at the rear. The bike comes with 17-inch alloy wheels at both ends with the option of single or dual-channel ABS. The prices range between Rs 1.45 lakh to Rs 1.50 lakh, ex-showroom.
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