Bajaj Auto has silently upped the price of its highest capacity Pulsar, the 220F. The 2021 Bajaj Pulsar 220F price in India now is Rs 1.25 lakh, ex-showroom. This is a steep rise from the Rs 1.16 lakh the bike was priced in its BS6 form. The sole reason behind this is the rising input costs and while we can be compelled to say that there are no changes to the motorcycle, the headline is a giveaway. Bajaj has redesigned the instrument console of the Pulsar 220F. The Bajaj Pulsar 220F’s fuel level indicator is now horizontally stacked. There is also a distance-to-empty indicator added as well. At the same time, average fuel efficiency for both tripmeters is also displayed. The backlight stays the blue colour which could have been changed. Apart from that tastefully done carbon fibre-like inserts have been added too.
Any other changes in the 2021 Bajaj Pulsar 220F?
Slight revision in the graphics is another thing you will see in this bike. Rim tapes too have been given. There are no changes to the cycle parts and the 220F continues with its more than a decade old design as well as chassis. There is a backlight for the switches as well. Clip-ons too have been given and the fuel tank is a 15 litres unit. The fuel-injected, oil-cooled 220cc engine produces 20.4PS of power and 18.55Nm of torque. The gearbox is a 5-step unit. If you notice the screen grab of the revised instrument console, it is apparent that there is some free space to the left of the speedometer.
It is likely that this space may be used in the future to add a turn-by-turn navigation. Moreover, the same instrument console might be added to the Pulsar 150 as well as other bikes with the same brand name. The P220 in this refreshed format, we think, could have also had better wing mirrors as the stock ones show you how well-shaped your elbows are.