The Bajaj Pulsar RS 250 bs6 has a modern sports bike design, with smooth flowing lines accented with details to catch your eye. With a fuel injection system and triple spark 4 Valve 248.77 cc DTS-i Engine liquid-cooled, BS6 engine, this bike is built to deliver power and performance to thrill even the most discerning rider.
Bajaj Pulsar RS250 bike specification
When it comes to style, the Bajaj Pulsar RS250 bs6 outdoes the competition. This Bajaj Bike has many advanced features that include a fuel injection system. RS250 Bajaj Pulsar consists of triple spark four valves integrated with a 248.77 cc DTS-i engine. In the six-speed gear, one cylinder gives the maximum power of 27 HP @ 8500 rpm with a peak torque of 23.5 Nm @ 6500 rpm for this bike.
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Pulsar RS 250 Price in India 2021
The 250 cc motorcycle segment has always been hot, especially in India. The Bajaj Pulsar RS 250 launch date in India is expected in August of 2021.
After launch, the Bajaj Pulsar 250 price can cost you around Rs.1,05,500 (on-road) in India.
However, the current Pulsar RS200 price in Chennai is Rs. 1,52,000/- and is expected to go down to Rs. 1,42,000/-(on-road) due to upcoming festive season sales.
Kolkata’s best-selling Pulsar RS 200 with power to match its style and charisma, this motorcycle can be yours for less than Rs 2 lakh.
Bajaj Pulsar RS 250 Color Options
The Bajaj Pulsar RS 250cc bs6 motorcycle is the jewel in the crown and available in 3 different colours:
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Bajaj Pulsar RS 250 Mileage
The RS series is known for its raw and aggressive looks. Only a 250 cc pulsar bike from Bajaj will get an all-new design, which will be 2-3 kg lighter than the current Pulsar RS200. It could be a single-cylinder engine or the same twin-cylinder engine. It gives a mileage of 35 KM/L while riding on city roads.
Bajaj Pulsar RS250 bs 6 is India’s first sports bike to adopt a single-cylinder engine configuration. RS250 uses the same telescopic front forks and alloy wheels seen on other Pulsar variants. The bike is the ideal choice who wants performance and is adventurous.