Bajaj Pulsar and Bajaj Avenger range gets expensive ahead of festive season

17/09/2019 - 17:02 | ,  ,   | Suvil Susvirkar

Apart from the 2019 Bajaj Dominar 400 UG, the Bajaj Pulsar and the Bajaj Avenger also have received a price hike ahead of the high-demand festive season. The new prices are approximately INR 998 to INR 4,000 higher than before.

Bajaj Pulsar 180f Neon Red
Bajaj Auto has increased the prices of the Pulsar and the Avenger in the range of INR 998- 4,000.

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Check out the previous prices, new prices and their difference in the table below:

Model (ABS Variants) Previous Price Current Price Difference
Pulsar 125 INR 64,000 INR 64,000 Unchanged
Pulsar 150 Neon INR 71,200 INR 75,200 INR 4,000
Pulsar 150 Classic INR 84,960 INR 85,958 INR 998
Pulsar 150 Twin Disc INR 88,838 INR 89,837 INR 999
Pulsar 180F INR 95,290 INR 96,390 INR 1,100
Pulsar 220F INR 1,07,027 INR 1,08,326 INR 1,299
Pulsar NS160 Twin Disc INR 93,094 INR 94,195 INR 1,101
Pulsar NS200 INR 1,13,056 INR 1,14,355 INR 1,299
Pulsar RS200 INR 1,40,237 INR 1,41,933 INR 1,696
Avenger 220 Cruise INR 1,03,891 INR 1,05,088 INR 1,197
Avenger 220 Street INR 1,03,891 INR 1,05,088 INR 1,197
Avenger 160 Street INR 82,253 INR 83,251 INR 998

The price for the recently launched Pulsar 125 remains unchanged, while the Pulsar 150 Classic and the Avenger 160 Street have received a minimal increase (INR 998). The highest jump is witnessed by the Pulsar 150 Neon that got expensive by INR 4,000. The prices listed under the “Previous Price” column were announced in July this year.

While the price increase on the Pulsar (except the Pulsar 150 Neon) and the Avenger range isn’t too massive, the 2019 Dominar 400 UG has received a steep hike. The flagship Bajaj product is INR 10,001 more expensive than before and INR 16,132 costlier than at launch. Meanwhile, the prices for the entry-level model have remained unaltered (from July 2019).

Bajaj Auto will soon launch another variant of the Pulsar 125. This variant of the entry-level Pulsar motorcycle gets split seats, two-piece grab rail, fuel tank shrouds and an engine cowl, and it has already started to roll into the dealerships.

Avenger Street 160 Abs Spicy Red Right Side
The Pulsar 125 remains unaffected by the price increase, while the Pulsar 150 Classic and the Avenger 160 Street have received the minimum hike in the recent revision.

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On the EV front, Bajaj Auto is likely to make an announcement about its Urbanite brand in the coming months. The company is also working with KTM to develop high-performance electric motorcycles and e-bicycles. The co-developed performance electric bikes will reach the market by 2022. Do note that the new, co-developed performance bikes will not be associated with Bajaj Auto's upcoming Urbanite brand.

NOTE: All prices mentioned in the post are ex-showroom Delhi

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