Weekly Two-wheeler News Wrapup: Pulsar N250, 150 launches, Hunter 450 Spied And More

Weekly Two-wheeler News Wrapup: Pulsar N250, 150 launches, Hunter 450 Spied And More

News by Team Drivio | 15 Apr 2024

The Bajaj Pulsar N250 was the highlight in terms of launches 

  • As for the other launches, there was also the Jawa Perak and 42 Bobber
  • Bajaj also followed that up with the launch of the 2024 Pulsar 150
  • In terms of spy shots, the Royal Enfield Hunter 450 was spotted testing

The automotive realm witnessed an eventful week, characterised by an assortment of significant occurrences such as the debut of new vehicles, intriguing sneak peeks at upcoming models via spy shots, and a flurry of general updates. For individuals who may have missed out on these latest developments, fret not, as this recap stands ready to promptly reacquaint you with the happenings.

2024 Bajaj Pulsar N250

Bajaj Auto introduced the 2024 Bajaj Pulsar N250 last week, unveiling significant upgrades. The bike boasts an inverted fork, a fresh digital instrument console, and groundbreaking features such as traction control and ABS modes — both a first for Bajaj. Remarkably, these enhancements come at a mere premium of Rs 851 over its predecessor.

2024 Bajaj Pulsar 150

Last week also saw Bajaj's update to the iconic Pulsar 150, now featuring a new digital instrument console and stylish graphics. Notably, the increase in price over the older generation model remains minimal.

Royal Enfield Hunter 450 Spotted

Royal Enfield seized attention with sightings of the upcoming Royal Enfield Hunter 450 undergoing testing. Expected to be the second bike employing the new Sherpa engine from the Royal Enfield Himalayan 450, the spy shots offer clear insights into the 450cc Royal Enfield bike.

2024 Jawa Perak and Jawa 42 Bobber Launched

Jawa rolled out the 2024 Jawa Perak and the 2024 Jawa 42 Bobber, each receiving notable updates. The Perak now showcases a fresh colour scheme and substantial enhancements in performance and underpinnings, while the 42 Bobber introduces two new variants, accompanied by revised pricing.

Yamaha Launches

Yamaha made waves with the launch of new colour variants for their streetfighter, the Yamaha MT 15, alongside updates to two of their 125cc scooters: the Yamaha Fascino Fi Hybrid and RayZR Fi Hybrid. The MT line welcomes two new hues, while the Fascino expands its palette with four additional shades. Meanwhile, the RayZR debuts a striking new colour, enhancing the visual appeal across all three models.