The prices for select models are currently unavailable. One of these models is the Bajaj Avenger 180 Street, which is reportedly about to be replaced by the Avenger 160 Street. The Bajaj Pulsar 180 ABS has started to reach select dealerships, and its price should be revealed very soon.
The changes to all ABS-equipped models will be limited to visuals, and the motorcycles will continue to feature the same engine and hardware specifications as the non-ABS models. A comprehensive upgrade to some models will arrive with the BS-VI upgrade, the deadline for which is 1 April 2020.
Rajiv Bajaj, Managing Director, Bajaj Auto had confirmed in an interview in November last year that the updated Avenger and Pulsar range will arrive with BS-VI upgrades. The motorcycles are expected to receive revised styling and graphics along with updated features. Expect to see LED headlight on the premium models and LED DRLs on the entry-level models. The newly launched XPulse 200, XPulse 200T and the Xtreme 200S feature the first-in-segment Bluetooth enabled instrument console, and other manufacturers are likely to follow soon. The next-generation Pulsar and Avenger models and the BS-VI compliant Dominar 400 could also be equipped with this feature.