Pulsar latest prices inside; price hike of upto Rs 1700. Entry variants remain unchanged. Avenger prices also increased.

Ahead of the festival season Bajaj has raised prices of its motorcycles. This includes almost the complete Pulsar lineup leaving the newest Pulsar 125, which was launched very recently. Entry level Pulsar 150 Neon has also not been touched.

Pulsar RS200 has received the maximum price hike of almost Rs 1700, followed by the Pulsar 220 and Pulsar NS200 which are costlier by Rs 1300. Pulsar NS160 and Pulsar 180F get costlier by Rs 1100 whereas the price hike on Pulsar 150 Classic and Twin Disc is Rs 1000.

Pulsar Latest Prices

ModelLatest PricePrice Hike
Pulsar 12566,618No change
Pulsar 150 Neon71,200No change
Pulsar 150 Regular85,9581000
Pulsar 150 Twin Disc89,8371000
Pulsar NS16094,1951100
Pulsar 180F 96,3901100
Pulsar 220 1,08,3261300
Pulsar NS2001,14,3551300
Pulsar RS2001,41,9331700

*all prices ex-showroom Delhi

Pulsar latest price
RS200 has received the maximum price hike of Rs 1700

Bajaj has also increased prices of its Avenger range and the trio is now costlier by upto Rs 1200.

Avenger Latest Price

ModelLatest PricePrice Hike
Avenger 16083,2511000
Avenger 220 Street1,05,0881200
Avenger 220 Cruise1,05,0881200

*all prices ex-showroom Delhi

Bajaj Dominar 400 has received the maximum price hike of Rs 10000 and we have discussed it here.

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Bajaj has shared that currently the focus is on making its motorcycles Bharat Stage VI compliant. It has also announced that it will not drop any Pulsar from the lineup in this transition. Once this is done the company will work on launching new-gen Pulsars for our market.