Pulsar 150 latest price hike is almost 6 percent on the Neon variant. We share the exact hike on each variant along with its current prices…
Just ahead of the festive season, Bajaj is on a price hike spree. It has increased prices of almost all the models in its portfolio – some of them very significantly!
Pulsar 150 – the largest selling Pulsar in Bajaj’s portfolio has seen a price increment across the range – which means all the three variants have witnessed hikes. Here is how it stands today…
Pulsar 150 Latest Price
|Variant||Old Price||Latest Price (September 2019)|
|Pulsar 150 Neon||71,200||75,200|
|Pulsar 150 Regular||84,960||85,958|
|Pulsar 150 Twin Disc||88,838||89,837|
*all prices ex-showroom Delhi
As you can see, the base Neon variant has seen a big price increment of Rs 4000 which is almost 6 percent of the older cost. Prices of other two trims have been increased by Rs 1000 each. Despite this hike, Pulsar 150 Neon remains the most affordable 150cc motorcycle in India. Its immediate rival Unicorn 150 costs Rs 79,718 ex-showroom Delhi.
You will be surprised to know that price is not the only factor people buy Pulsar 150 even today. We say this because all the three variants are nicely split in terms of share with the Neon and regular variant selling in equal numbers almost. We have the exclusive split between Pulsar variants which you can view here.
Recently, Bajaj has announced offers of upto Rs 4200 on Pulsar 150 details of which you can find here.