Bajaj Pulsar N250 in Nepal

Bajaj is an Indian multinational automotive manufacturing company based in Pune. It manufactures motorcycles, scooters and auto rickshaws. It was founded by Jamnalal Bajaj in Rajasthan in around 1940s. It is the world’s third-highest manufacturer of motorcycle and the second largest in India. It’s the world’s third largest three-wheeler manufacturer.

Bajaj Distributors in Nepal

Bajaj entered Nepali market in 1998 through Hansraj Hulaschand andCo, the sole authorized distributor of Bajaj. The motorcycles are assembled by Hulas Auto Craft, the largest motorcycle assembly plant in Nepal. The most sold and popular Bajaj bike are the pulsar bikes.

N series

Bajaj added new series of bikes to its pulsar brand, the N series with N250 and N160. The new pulsar N series comes with muscular body and have more refined engine than ever.  Bajaj gave new grimeca brakes with dual channel abs to its new pulsar n series bikes. The bikes come with a premium looks than their pulsar bikes. The front looks of the n series bikes may look similar with that of Yamaha Mt-15 but its differential when comparing both bikes side by side. The n series bike got more bulky look while the mt-15 got more sharpie and aggressive look.

The pulsar N series

Bajaj Pulsar N250

The Bajaj pulsar N250 launched on October 21st of 2022 in Nepal. It has got a powerful and refined engine of 249 cc. It’s a torquey machine with linear power delivery unlike ns200 which have a very high revving engine. Its best suited for the roads of Kathmandu, full of inclines and slopes and for cruising on a highway. The bike gives us a sporty feeling with its looks and engine. But, we cannot expect the same as we get on ns200 with its 6 peed high revving engine.


The pulsar N250 has got a 249.07 oil cooled engine single cylinder engine with fuel injection technology (fi). The engine produces 24.4ps of peak power at 8750 rpm and 21.5Nm of peak torque at 6500 rpm. It has got 5 speed gear transmission with slipper and assist clutch.

All the pulsar engines use DTSi or Digital Twin Spark Ignition technology developed and patented by bajaj itself. This technology increases the efficiency by making the combustion as fast as possible and achieve a complete combustion.


The bike has got 1351 mm of wheelbase with 165mm of ground clearance. The bike weighs around 162 kg. It has got 1300mm travel of telescopic front suspension and mono shock at the rear side. The bike comes up with a 14 liter of fuel tank with no reserve.


Bajaj have given tubeless alloy wheels front and back. The front tire profile is 100/80-17, 52P and the rear tire profile is 130/70-17, 62P. Both the tires are 17 inch tires which are considered stable, agile and great in corners.


The pulsar N250 gives dual channel abs to stop its powerful bike. It comes up with grimeca brake calipers and 300mm of front disc and 250 mm of rear disk.


The N250 bike comes with all led setup with led indicators, led DRLS, led backlight and projector led headlamps. It’s powered by 12v DC battery. The projector headlights have very high visibility with high spread and throw.

Overall specifications:

Max Power: 24.5 PS @8750 rpm
Max Torque:21.5 Nm @6500 rpm
Displacement:249.07 cc, 2 Valve, Single cylinder, oil cooled
Transmission:5 speed (1 Down 4 up)
Wheel Base: 1351 mm
Frame Type:Tubular Frame
Length x Width x Height: 1989 mm x 743 mm x 1050 mm
Ground Clearance:165 mm
Weight:162 Kg
Fuel Tank:No Reserve
Suspension Front:Telescopic, 130mm fork travel
Suspension Rear:Mono suspension
Brake Size Front:Disc 300 mm
Brake Size Rear:Disc 230 mm
Tire Front:100/80-17, 52P, Tubeless
Tire Rear:130/70-17, 62P, Tubeless
Brake Type:Dual Channel ABS

The bike comes with a price tag of Rs.449900 all over Nepal. We can expect 30-35 km/l of mileage from this bike easily. This bike has got some extra features like gear position indicator and real time mileage indicator. If you are looking for a video review of this bike, have a look at this N250 review video.

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