Bajaj Dominar 250, Pulsar N250 prices hiked in July

    The Dominar 250 has received the largest price hike of Rs 6,400 this month.

    Published On Jul 11, 2022 02:40:00 PM


    Bajaj Dominar 250, Pulsar N250 prices hiked in July
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    Bajaj Auto has hiked prices of select models in its portfolio, including the Dominar 250, Pulsar N250 and Platina. 

    The Bajaj Dominar 250 motorcycle received the largest price hike, going up by Rs 6,400, and is now priced at Rs 1.75 lakh. Prices for the larger Dominar 400 have also been hiked by Rs 1,152 and now costs Rs 2.23 lakh.  

    From Bajaj’s commuter range, the Platina 100 Drum sees a jump of Rs 1,978, with the revised price tag now at Rs 63,130. The Platina 110 Drum received a small hike of Rs 826 and CT100X saw a Rs 845 hike, bringing their prices now to Rs 65,491 and Rs 66,298, respectively. 

    As for the Avenger series of cruisers, prices are up by Rs 563 and Rs 365 for the Avenger 220 and 160, respectively. The Avenger 220 now costs Rs 1.38 lakh, while the Avenger 160 is priced at Rs 1.12 lakh. 

    Models from Bajaj’s Pulsar line-up that have received a price hike this month include the Pulsar 125 Disc (up by Rs 1,101), Pulsar 150 (hiked by up to Rs 717), Pulsar NS125 (up by Rs 1,165), Pulsar NS160 (hiked by Rs 896), Pulsar NS200 (pricier by Rs 999), Pulsar RS200 (up by Rs 1,088) and Pulsar N250 single channel ABS (hiked by Rs 1,299). However, the recently launched Pulsar 250 All-Black variants and the Pulsar N160 see no difference in price. 

    All prices are ex-showroom, Delhi

    What do you think of Bajaj hiking its prices this month? Let us know in the comments.

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