Bajaj Pulsar, Avenger prices hiked

    The price hike ranges from Rs 998 to Rs 4,000, depending on the model.

    Published On Sep 26, 2019 11:00:00 AM

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    Bajaj has hiked prices all its Avenger models and most of its Pulsar range. The increase ranges from as little as Rs 998 for the Pulsar 150 and the Avenger 160 Street, and goes up to Rs 4,000 for the Pulsar 150 Neon.

    While most of the increases look like a regular price hike, the Pulsar 150 Neon’s doesn’t. Its Rs 4,000 increase is quite significant, which in turn increases the gap between it and the recently launched Pulsar 125 Neon to Rs 8,500. This move is most likely a deliberate one so that they don’t fall in the same price bracket.

    The Avengers and the Pulsars aren’t the only Bajaj offerings to have recently witnessed a price hike. The company’s flagship, the Dominar 400, now costs Rs 10,000 more, taking the price to Rs 1.90 lakh. All prices, ex-showroom, Delhi.

    Find the complete price list below:

    Prices (ex-showroom, Delhi)
    ModelOld priceNew priceIncrease
    Pulsar NeonRs 71,200Rs 75,200Rs 4,000
    Pulsar 150Rs 84,960Rs 85,958Rs 998
    Pulsar 150 Twin DiscRs 88,838Rs 89,837Rs 999
    Pulsar 180FRs 95,290Rs 96,390Rs 1,100
    Pulsar 220FRs 1,07,028Rs 1,08,327Rs 1,299
    Pulsar NS160Rs 93,094Rs 94,195Rs 1,101
    Pulsar NS200Rs 1,13,056Rs 1,14,355Rs 1,299
    Avenger 160 StreetRs 82,253Rs 83,251Rs 998
    Avenger 220 StreetRs 1,03,891Rs 1,05,088Rs 1,197
    Avenger 220 CruiseRs 1,03,891Rs 1.05,088Rs 1,197

    Also see:

    Attractive discounts on Bajaj Pulsar, Dominar 400 this month

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