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2021 Bajaj Pulsar 220 gets updated instrument cluster: Now displays fuel-efficiency and distance-to-empty

The Bajaj Pulsar 220 has been updated with a new instrument cluster. The overall design of the instrumentation remains the same and it uses the same LCD tech. However, it now displays more information compared to the older console.

Bajaj Pulsar 220

 

The Pulsar 220 has been around for a long time now. It first debuted way back in 2007 and it became an instant success in the Indian market. The youth of India loved the motorcycle and the performance it offered was brilliant at the time. It came with an orange-backlit analogue-digital instrument cluster.

The Tachometer was analogue while the speedometer, odometer, trip meters, etc were displayed on the LCD screen. It even came with tell-tale lights for the high beam, turn signal indicators, etc. It has been nearly 14 years since then and Bajaj still follows the very same formula for the Pulsar 220 until now.

The motorcycle still features the same design language and the instrument cluster too is just the same, except that it is now blue-backlit. Now, a video by MRD Vlogs on YouTube details the new changes that have been brought to the new updated Pulsar 220. The video reveals that the instrument cluster of the new 2021 Pulsar 220 comes with more information packed into the same console.

2021 Bajaj Pulsar 220 Instrument Console

It now displays the real-time fuel efficiency, range, service reminder, and a battery-low indicator. The odometer and two trip meters have been moved to the right side of the screen. As aforementioned, the rest of the motorcycle remains the same.

The 2021 Bajaj Pulsar 220 is powered by the same oil-cooled, 220cc, single-cylinder engine with a maximum power output of 20bhp at 8,500rpm and a peak torque output of 18.55Nm at 7,000rpm. A 5-speed gearbox drives the rear wheel.

Suspension duties are handled by a telescopic fork up front and twin gas-charged shocks at the rear. The Bajaj Pulsar 220 was the first motorcycle from Bajaj to get disc brakes at the front and rear, and the same setup is in use even today. It now gets a single-channel ABS too.


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