Bajaj Auto has revised the prices of its motorcycles in the Indian market. We previously reported the changes in the ex-showroom tags of the Pulsar 150 range, Pulsar 180F and the 2019 Dominar 400 (UG). In this post, we consolidate the revised prices for all Bajaj Auto products.
Bajaj Auto - Price List
|Model||New Price*||Previous Price*||Difference|
|Pulsar 150 Neon||INR 71,200||INR 68,250||INR 2,950|
|Pulsar 150 Classic||INR 84,960||INR 84,461||INR 499|
|Pulsar 150 Twin Disc||INR 88,838||INR 88,339||INR 499|
|Pulsar 180F||INR 95,290||INR 94,278||INR 1,012|
|Pulsar 220F||INR 1,07,027||INR 1,06,528||INR 499|
|Pulsar NS160 Single Disc||INR 82,624||NA||NA|
|Pulsar NS160 Twin Disc||INR 93,094||INR 92,595||INR 499|
|Pulsar NS200||INR 1,13,056||INR 1,12,557||INR 499|
|Pulsar RS200||INR 1,40,237||INR 1,39,635||INR 602|
|Avenger 220 Cruise||INR 1,03,891||INR 1,03,891||No Change|
|Avenger 220 Street||INR 1,03,891||INR 1,03,891||No Change|
|Platina 100 (KS)||INR 40,896||INR 40,749||INR 147|
|Platina 100 (ES)||INR 48,429||INR 47,405||INR 1,024|
|Platina 110||INR 50,899||INR 50,752||INR 147|
|Platina 110 H Gear (Drum)||INR 53,875||INR 53,376||INR 499|
|Platina 110 H Gear (Disc)||INR 56,371||INR 55,373||INR 998|
|Discover 110||INR 53,811||NA||NA|
|Discover 125 (Drum)||INR 58,752||INR 58,253||INR 499|
|Discover 125 (Disc)||INR 62,253||INR 61,754||INR 499|
|Dominar 400 (UG)||INR 1,80,001||INR 1,74,125||INR 5,876|
|V15 Power Up||INR 66,739||INR 65,626||INR 1,113|
The Dominar 400 and the Pulsar 150 Neon have received the maximum increase while the Avenger 220 Cruise and the 220 Street have remained unaffected from the price revision. The revision in the ex-showroom tags is most likely due to the increasing input cost. Hero MotoCorp, too, recently announced a 1% increase for its entire portfolio.
In more updates, Bajaj Auto will introduce a new entry-level Pulsar in the Indian market, the Pulsar 125, in August. Unlike the Pulsar NS125, which is available in select international markets, the Indian-spec Pulsar 125 will draw styling cues from the Pulsar 150 range. Engine specifications, according to a recent report, would match the numbers on the Pulsar 135 (now discontinued). The 125 cc single-cylinder, air-cooled engine will deliver 13.68 PS of peak power and approximately 12 Nm of max torque. The Pulsar 125 will most likely feature CBS tech to keep the final prices competitive.
While the companies have increased their ex-showroom prices, the government has proposed a revision of registration fee for all vehicles. The road and transport ministry have proposed to increase the registration fee to INR 1,000 from the existing INR 50 cost, which will result in higher on-road prices.