Bajaj Pulsar N250

Bajaj Pulsar N250

1.38 - 1.5 Lakh
Ex-Showroom Price
Check On-Road Price

Bajaj Pulsar N250 Overview

Engine Capacity-icon

Engine Capacity

249.1 CC



35 KM/L

Fuel Tank Capacity-icon

Fuel Tank Capacity

14.0 L



5 Speed




Starting Mechanism-icon

Starting Mechanism

Self Start

Wheel Type-icon

Wheel Type

Alloy Wheels

Body Type-icon

Body Type


Specifications & Features

Explore an in-depth overview of the Bajaj Pulsar N250 specifications and features, offering comprehensive details on its engine, fuel efficiency, mileage, brakes, max power, and tyre. Additionally, gain insights into the bike's advanced safety features.

Engine CC

249.1 CC




35 KM/L



Max Torque

21.50 Nm

Max Power

24.16 bhp


100/80-17 Tubeless/ 130/70-17 Tubeless

  • c&b iconDual Channel ABS
  • c&b iconABS
  • c&b iconEngine Kill Switch
  • c&b iconFuel Warning Indicator
  • c&b iconLow Oil Indicator
  • c&b iconFuel Gauge
  • c&b iconLow Battery Indicator
  • c&b iconPass Light

Bajaj Pulsar N250 Expert Review

c&b expert Rating
value for money
fuel consumption



  • Most powerful Pulsar ever
  • Naked Streetfighter design
  • Smooth refined engine


  • No sixth gear
  • Could have had more features
  • Only single channel ABS

The biggest strength of the new Pulsar 250 is its attractive price tag. The new 250 cc Pulsars offer very good value for money, backed by the Pulsar brand equity and well-known low ownership costs. Overall, the new Pulsar 250 certainly is a good bike, but it could have definitely been even better. As the flagship Pulsars of the 21st century, celebrating the 20th-anniversary milestone, the Pulsar 250s just about fall short on the wow factor. 


The older Pulsar models concentrated on moving the game forward by introducing something new and unique for its category. The Pulsars are truly the trendsetters, from the liquid-cooled NS200 to the fuel injected 220 DTS-Fi. The new 250s, however, do not carry on the same legacy and instead focus on giving you a nicer experience. The new 250s are in fact the revised version of 220 and not a replacement of the older NS200 as many had thought. The N250 shares some of the critical features with the F250, the difference lies in the fact that it is not as clad or sharper as its F250 counterpart. 

How is the design? 

The Bajaj Pulsar N250 does not get the semi-fairing or the extended clip-on handlebars. Bajaj has put its effort in making the new 250s look Pulsar-like to appeal to the huge Pulsar fan base. When it comes to the side panels, tail section and fuel tank, the new Pulsar N250 seems identical to the pulsar F250. The overall styling of the N250 has taken cues from the typical Pulsars which is evident from its panel work, the meaty tank, the LED tail lights, the projector lights and some of the body works. The tail-light comes in a lightning bolt shape and the effect of the frosted lens on it adds to its classiness. The instrument cluster is a combination of both analogue and digital functionalities. The design is youthful and fresh with the copper-coloured engine casing, glittering body paint, and the tactility of the high-end switchgear. 

How is the performance?

One of the major highlights about the new 250s is the whole new SOCH, oil/air cooled, 249.07cc engine and based on its cubic capacity it remains one of Pulsar’s largest engines, ever. It makes a stunning 24.5 hp of max power at 8750 rpm that peaks at 1000 rpm. The power figure is equivalent to that of the NS200. The 21.5 Nm of peak torque at 6500 rpm is more than both the NS200 and the 220F. The exhaust note of the N250 is deeper with a rather bass-like tune, instead of the older trashy and gruffy note coming from the previous models. The engine seems to be more refined than the previous 220s, except for some vibrations felt at the seat and the foot-pegs at high revs. The engine is the most responsive from 4000 rpm to 7000 rpm. The ride feels smooth and seamless even without the sixth cog in the 5-speed transmission. 

How does the Bajaj Pulsar N250 ride? 

The tubular steel frame placed underneath the body is 3 kg lighter than the perimeter frame which is found in the older NS200. The wheel is lighter and more grippy for ensuring precise handling and stability. The front end is communicative and the narrow tyres at the rear makes it easier to rear and flick the machine through narrow chicanes. In fact, the N250 offers greater flexibility and agility than its sibling, the F250. On the other hand, the N250 may not seem as well-planted as the F250. This is because of the additional weight of the body panel, significantly missing in the N250. The quality of the ride is fantastic with the front fork suspension being wonderfully pliant over undulating terrain and does a great work in isolating craters and potholes. The monoshock is firmer in comparison but quite absorptive. And, the absence of the dual-channel ABS is no longer felt while sudden braking. 

How comfortable is the Bajaj Pulsar N250? 

The naked roadster design makes the N250 lighter and more agile. The Pulsar N250 comes with a split seat and the pillion has been extended to provide ample space. The split design makes the ride comfortable even with a loaded pillion. The foot-pegs are rear-set and the handlebars have been raised making the ride highly comfortable. The upright riding position provides long-term comfort even on long hauls. Overall, this bike is highly comfortable and non-aggressive. 

How's the tech? 

The Bajaj Pulsar N250 is well-equipped with the standard technological features. Some of the specifications found in the N250 are listed below. 

  • The braking duty is supported with a dual-channel ABS for additional safety on Indian roads. 
  • There are indicators for low battery, low oil and fuel warning. 
  • It comes with an engine-kill switch and a pass light. 
  • A fuel gauge is available in this bike. 
  • The instrument cluster in this bike is a combination of both digital and analogue functionality. 
  • The headlight, DRLs, projectors and taillights are LED. 
  • The engine cowling is super stylish.

How's the mileage of the Bajaj Pulsar N250? 

The claimed mileage of the Bajaj Pulsar N250 is 40 kmpl. However, in city traffic it can deliver a maximum mileage of 35 kmpl. 

Is the Bajaj Pulsar N250 good value for money? 

Bajaj has done an incredible job with the new additions to the Pulsar family. The price to performance ratio of the N250 is pretty good. The new N250 costs almost the same as the FZ25 S and FZ25 from Yamaha and the TVS Apache RTR 200 4v. The N250 generates more power than either of these bikes. It is also cheaper than the F250 and significantly lesser than Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 or Suzuki Gixxer SF250. 

How is the after sales service? 

Bajaj offers affordable after-sale services and has a good network of authorised service centres across the country. Bajaj offers 3 free services for the Pulsar N250. The 1st one can be availed after 30-45 days from purchase or after 500-750 km of ride, the 2nd one can be availed after 240 days from purchase or after 4500-5000 km of ride, and the 3rd one can be availed after 365 from purchase or after 9500-10000 km of ride. 

Which motorbikes compete in this segment? 

Some of the rival motor bikes that compete in the same segment as the new Pulsar N250 are the Pulsar F250, Suzuki Gixxer SF250, Yamaha FZ25, Yamaha FZ25 S, Bajaj Pulsar RS 200, Keeway K300 R, Keeway K300 N, Ducati Panigale V4, Ducati Streetfighter V2, TVS Apache RTR 160 and Bajaj CT 125. 

Verdict (Value for money)

This bike is a good value for money because it is unmatchable in terms of performance and agility. It is one of the most powerful Pulsars of all time and promises good fuel economy. It is also cheaper than most of the competing bikes of its kind. 

Bajaj Pulsar N250 Price List (Variant Wise)

Bajaj Pulsar N250 price starting from 1.38 Lakh. Bajaj offers Pulsar N250 in 2 variants.


Ex-Showroom Price


Pulsar N250 STD
Starts at
₹ 1.38 Lakh
Petrol, 35 KM/L, 249.1 CC
Pulsar N250 Dual Channel ABS
Starts at
₹ 1.5 Lakh
Petrol, 35 KM/L, 249.1 CC

Bajaj Pulsar N250 EMI Calculator

Ex-Showroom Price
₹ 1.38 L

Loan Amount

1.38 L



Duration (3 years)

3 years

EMI ₹ 4,550
For 3 Year @11.5%* Interest Rate

*Interest rate may vary subject to your credit score.

Calculate Pulsar N250 EMI

Bajaj Pulsar N250 On-Road Price In India

Explore Bajaj Pulsar N250 pricing in India's major cities. Bajaj Pulsar N250 price starts from 1.38 Lakh.

CityOn-Road Price
New Delhi₹ 1,46,059

Bajaj Pulsar N250 Mileage

7 %
Better mileage than other Commuter
Check Pulsar N250 Mileage in Detail

Bajaj Pulsar N250 Colours

View All Pulsar N250 Colours

Bajaj Pulsar N250 is available in 4 different colors namely Brooklyn Black, Techno Grey, Racing Red & Caribbean Blue.

Quick Compare With Bajaj Pulsar N250 Competitors

Bajaj Pulsar N250
Bajaj Pulsar N250
Honda Hornet 2.0
Bajaj Pulsar F250
Yamaha FZ-X
Suzuki Gixxer
Hero Xtreme 200S 4V
Ex-Showroom Price
₹ 1.38 - 1.5 Lakh₹ 1.39 - 1.4 Lakh₹ 1.4 - 1.5 Lakh₹ 1.36 - 1.37 Lakh₹ 1.41 Lakh₹ 1.41 Lakh
C&B Expert Rating
Engine CC
249.1 CC184.4 CC249.1 CC149.0 CC154.9 CC199.6 CC
5 Gears5 Gears5 Gears5 Gears5 Gears5 Gears
35 KM/L40.00 Km/L40.00 Km/L45.00 Km/L64.00 Km/L0.00 Km/L
Max Torque
21.50 bhp15.90 Nm21.50 Nm13.30 Nm14.00 Nm17.35 Nm
Max Power
24.16 Nm17.03 bhp24.16 bhp12.40 bhp13.90 bhp19.00 bhp
Disc/DiscDisc (Front) / Disc (Rear)Disc (Front) / Disc (Rear)Disc (Front) / Disc (Rear)Disc (Front) / Disc (Rear)Petal Disc (Front) / Petal Disc (Rear)
Fuel Tank Capacity
14.0 L12.0 L14.0 L10.0 L12.0 L13.0 L
Colour Count
Detailed Comparision
Pulsar N250 vs Hornet 2.0Pulsar N250 vs Pulsar F250Pulsar N250 vs FZ-XPulsar N250 vs GixxerPulsar N250 vs Xtreme 200S 4V

Bajaj Pulsar N250 Alternatives

Bajaj Pulsar N250 Latest News

Upcoming Bajaj Bikes

View All Upcoming Bajaj Bikes

Find expected price range and launch dates of all upcoming Bajaj bikes in India.

Bajaj Pulsar N250 FAQs

View All Pulsar N250 FAQs
  • Bajaj Pulsar N250 is powered by 249cc Engine.
  • Bajaj Pulsar N250 Fgives mileage of about 40 Km/l.
  • The on-road price of Bajaj Pulsar N250 is Rs. 1.46 lakhs rupees