Bad news for bike lovers who like Bajaj Pulsar. According to a report, the company has discontinued its popular bike Pulsar 220F. Launched in 2007, the bike is popular with consumers Got enough love. That is why it has always been excellent in terms of sales. This bike gave the feeling of a sports bike at a low price. The company had sold 4,108 units in September this year. The bike, which comes in a single variant, is currently priced at Rs 1.34 lakh (ex-showroom).
The company’s bike ruled the market for 15 years. However, the company has now decided to close it. The company is going to replace the Pulsar 220F with the recently launched Pulsar N250 and F250.
According to reports, Bajaj has stopped production of the Pulsar 220F and its last batch is available for sale in showrooms. The bike is powered by a 220 cc air / oil cooled, 2-valve single cylinder engine. This bike produces 20.1 bhp of power at 8500rpm and 18.55Nm of torque at 7000rpm. Coming with a 5-speed gearbox, this bike has a mileage of 40kmpl. The bike has 5-step adjustable telescopic forks on the front and nitrox shock absorbers on the rear.
Equipped with front and rear disc brakes. B. SV also offered. In addition to the semi-digital instrument console, LED, DRL. Twin beam projector headlamps made it look even more spectacular. The company is now offering Pulsar N250 and F250 instead of Pulsar 220F. The N250 is a street naked bike and the F250 is a semi-finished sports bike. The engine specifications and running gears of both the bikes are the same.
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