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Bajaj Auto, the Indian automotive giant, is gearing up to launch an updated version of its iconic Pulsar series. Exclusive insider information reveals that the much-anticipated Bajaj Pulsar N250 is set to receive a significant upgrade with new advanced features. The exclusive release of the Bajaj Pulsar N250 loaded with traction control technology. 

It became the first Bajaj motorcycle to embed this feature. It’s a significant milestone for the Indian motorcycle manufacturer. This technology enhances rider safety by preventing wheel slippage during acceleration, especially in challenging road conditions such as wet or slippery surfaces. The Pulsar series has long been a favorite among motorcycle enthusiasts for its blend of power, style, and affordability.

With the upcoming N250 model, Bajaj aims to further make an impact in the competitive mid-range segment. The addition of traction control in the N250 is expected to offer riders enhanced stability and control over various road conditions. Moreover, it’s anticipated that the traction control feature will be switchable, allowing riders to customize their riding experience based on their preferences and riding style. It is equipped with ABS modes to aim for the safety of the riders. The motorcycle company has upgraded the digital display for speed, fuel level, gear position, and more at a glance. LED lights, both for the headlamp and tail lamp, are also expected to be standard, offering improved visibility and energy efficiency.

Overall, the introduction of traction control and ABS modes in the Pulsar N250 underscores Bajaj’s commitment to incorporating advanced safety and performance features into their motorcycles. 

They are also likely to add bluetooth connectivity for phone with a dedicated app. It will help the riders to get calls & SMS notifications on the go. However, with these substantial upgrades, consumers can anticipate a notable price hike. While the current Pulsar N250 priced at Rs. 1.50 lakh, the model with new upgrades is likely to be priced with additional Rs. 10,000.

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