Bajaj hikes prices of 11 models in July 2020

    Prices of models like CT 100, Pulsar range and Avenger have seen a price hike; Dominar line-up sees no price change.

    Published On Jul 13, 2020 05:44:00 PM

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    Bajaj hikes prices of 11 models in July 2020

    Back in May, Bajaj Auto hiked the prices of nearly all the models in its portfolio by Rs 500 to Rs 4,500. Now, just a couple months later, multiple models have witnessed another price hike, albeit not as significant as the last one. We’ve compared the latest prices to those from a month ago and found that this time around, the hike varies from just under Rs 1,000 to just over Rs 2,400. Here’s a list that compares the new prices to those before the hike:

    Note: During this period, Pulsar also introduced the split-seat variant of the Pulsar 125. It costs more than the standard Pulsar 125, and so, while this particular model hasn't witnessed a price hike, the price range has widened.

    PRICE LIST

    Model

    Old price (ex-showroom, Delhi)

    New price (ex-showroom, Delhi)

    CT 100

    Rs 43,174-50,854

    Rs 44,378-52,058

    CT 110

    Rs 48,704-51,680

    Rs 49,907-52,179

    Platina 100

    Rs 49,645-59,757

    Rs 50,848 -61,082

    Platina 110 H-Gear

    Rs 60,550

    Rs 62,899

    Avenger Street 160

    Rs 94,893

    Rs 95,891

    Avenger 220 Cruise

    Rs 1.19 lakh

    Rs 1.20 lakh

    Pulsar 125

    Rs 70,995-75,494

    Rs 70,995-79,091

    Pulsar 150

    Rs 96,960

    Rs 97,958

    Pulsar 150 Neon

    Rs 90,003

    Rs 91,002

    Pulsar 150 Twin Disc

    Rs 1 lakh

    Rs 1.01 lakh

    Pulsar 180F

    Rs 1.10 lakh

    Rs 1.11 lakh

    Pulsar 220

    Rs 1.19 lakh

    Rs 1.21 lakh

    Pulsar NS160

    Rs 1.05 lakh

    Rs 1.07 lakh

    Pulsar NS200

    Rs 1.28 lakh

    Rs 1.29 lakh

    Pulsar RS200

    Rs 1.48 lakh

    Rs 1.49 lakh

    Dominar 250

    Rs 1.6 lakh

    Rs 1.6 lakh

    Dominar 400

    Rs 1.94 lakh

    Rs 1.94 lakh

     
    Prices for the Dominar 250 and Dominar 400 remain the same. We recently rode the all-new Dominar 250, and you can click here to read our full review. 

    In June 2020, Bajaj Auto’s sales went down by 26 percent, to 1,46,695 units, in comparison to the 1,99,340 units it sold in June 2019. However, this number is an indication that the market is slowly revising after the tumultuous past few months.

     

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