Bajaj Auto, one of the leading two-wheeler manufacturers in the Indian automobile industry have long been producing performance motorbikes which have been cherished by people across the country.
The new Bajaj Pulsar 220 F is an addition to their people’s favourite pulsar series. This sturdy bike entails a comfortable but enjoyable riding experience to each customer. Let’s go through the features and decide whether it’s worth the investment.
The Pulsar 220 F is one of the most stylish motorbikes available in the market. The semi-fairing hugging the hunky fuel tank gives the bike a unique and distinctive look. The new Low and High projector lamp as well as the stylish LED taillight make it more appealing. The laser edged decals, deep carbon black silencer and colour coded alloy wheels add to its amazing style. The bike is equipped with 5 spoke alloy wheels and a 90/90-17-inch tubeless tyre in the front and a 120/80-17-inch tubeless tyre at the rear. The digital monitor in the front comprises of the speedometer, a fuel warning indicator, a low battery & low oil indicator.
Pulsar 220 F is powered by 220 cc, four stroke, four valve, air cooled beast of an engine that produces a maximum torque of 18.55 Nm @ 7000 rpm and a power of 20.93bhp @ 8500 rpm.The five-speed gearbox has a wet multi-plate clutch and a chain drive transmission system. Bajaj have equipped the bike with their infamous Digital Twin Spark Ignition (DTS-i) and a carburettor fuel delivery system. This model is compliant to the BS IV norms.
Some of the incredible features on the new Bajaj Pulsar 220 F that make it worth its value are:
- Low and High projector lamp with AHO
- Sleek and stylish LED taillight
- Fuel efficiency of 40 kmpl
- 15 litre fuel tank with a reserve capacity of 3.2 litres
- 260 mm disc brakes at the front
- 230 mm disc brakes at the rear
- Fuel warning, low battery and low oil indicator
- A digital speedometer and an analogue tachometer
The 20.93 bhp torque and weighing 150 kg, the power to weight ratio of the Pulsar 220 F is quite good. The overall experience of riding this bike is comfortable and smooth. The 5-step adjustable Nitrox Shock Absorber installed at the rear for suspension makes it easy to manoeuvre through pot holes and patches of gravel without any hassles.
There are four different colours available for the customers to choose from- Laser Black, Dyno Red, Chrome Black and Nuclear Blue.
Pulsar 220 price starts from Rs. 97,000/- on an ex-showroom basis and goes up to Rs. 1, 11, 000/- after the inclusion of RTO charges and vehicle insurance, varying from city to city.
An excellent offering from the house of Bajaj, the new Pulsar 220F is expected to offer stiff competition to the other players in the category.