Bajaj Pulsar 220F Review

The Bajaj Pulsar is a popular line-up of the motorbike manufactured by an Indian two-wheeler manufacturing company Bajaj. The bike was invented by the sections of product engineers in collaboration with Tokyo R&D and with motorcycle planner Glynn Kerr. Firstly introduced as a 150 cc variant, the company has currently made the bike available in two variants: 150 cc and 220 cc. Like many other bikes, the 220 cc Pulsar was gone through various changes in accordance with the time.
The new gen Pulsar 220F possesses the same new color scheme as of the new 150 cc variant.

Possessing the sports body type, the bike is 2035 mm long and 1165 mm tall. Further, the bike features the width of 750 mm and also weighs 150 kg. The front wheel, besides, maintains the gap of 1350 mm and the lower part of the bike maintains the gap of 150 mm from the ground.

Moreover, the company has equipped the 4 Stroke, DTS-i, oil cooled, Fuel-Injected, Single Cylinder engine. The particular engine is capable of producing maximum power of 21.05 bhp and maximum torque of 19.12 Nm.

Furthermore, Bajaj has been exporting the Pulsar 220F in Nepal under the dealership of Hansraj Hulaschand & Co. Pvt. Ltd.

Price in Nepal: Rs. 2,83,900


 Body Type



 150 kg


 2035 mm


 1165 mm
 750 mm


 1350 mm

 Ground Clearance

 150 mm




 15 liters

 Engine Type

 4-Stroke, DTS-i, Oil Cooled, Fuel-Injected, Single Cylinder

 Maximum Power

 21.05 bhp

 Maximum Torque

 19.12 Nm


 220 cc

 Box X Stroke

 67 x 62 mm

 Starting System


 Final Drive




 Front Suspension

 Telescopic with Anti-friction Bush

 Rear Suspension

 5 way Adjustable, Nitrox Shock Absorber

 Front Tyre

 90/90-17″ Tubeless

Rear Tyre

 120/80-17″ Tubeless



 Front Brake


 Rear Brake






 No. of Gears





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