Updated Bajaj Pulsar N250 To Feature Traction Control, Digital Console

Rishabh Bhaskar
02 Apr 2024
09:30 AM
1 Min Read

Likely to get ABS modes as well


The 2024 Bajaj Pulsar N250 is currently in the works and as part of the updates Bajaj is expected to introduce new features. The biggest highlight will be the introduction of a traction control system on the Pulsar N250.

Traction Control systems detect wheel slip and momentarily cut power to help the rider keep the bike in control. These systems are highly effective in situations where there’s poor grip, say on wet or slippery surfaces. The Pulsar N250 will be the first Bajaj motorcycle to get this safety feature.

Besides the addition of a TC system, the updated Pulsar N250 is also likely to get ABS modes. These modes alter the level of ABS intervention so, say while riding on wet surfaces, the ABS intervention will be high as the system is more alert. On the other hand, a less intrusive ABS setting will be ideal while riding on good road surfaces, for example on a racetrack or while riding spiritedly on well paved canyon roads.

Bajaj is also likely to introduce an all-digital instrument cluster on the N250, which should feature Bluetooth phone connectivity using a dedicated app. Once paired it can display incoming calls, SMS notifications and turn-by-turn navigation.

With the addition of these extra features, we expect to see a slight increase in the price of the motorcycle. In terms of competition, the Bajaj Pulsar N250 goes up against the Suzuki Gixxer 250.

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