Five-year insurance rule: Updated Bajaj price list

    The on-road cost for the Dominar 400 ABS has now crossed the 2 lakh mark.

    Published On Sep 11, 2018 10:00:00 AM


    Five-year insurance rule: Updated Bajaj price list

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    As per a recent Supreme Court ruling, the mandatory insurance period for two-wheelers has been raised to five years. This means that the base insurance cost has more than doubled, in most cases. As a result of the subsequent on-road price hike, the Dominar 400 ABS has now become a 2-lakh-rupee motorcycle.

    While the insurance amount of the Dominar 400 ABS now sits at a substantial Rs 16,800, the insurance cost for every other Bajaj offering ranges between Rs 4,000-8,000. These are prices for one year of comprehensive coverage along with four years of third-party coverage.

    The company’s Pulsar RS200 ABS now has an on-road cost of Rs 1.66 lakh, up from Rs 1.59 lakh.

    (All prices, on-road Mumbai.)

    Here is a table of all of the updated Bajaj prices:

    Bajaj price list (Mumbai)
    Modelon-road (old)on-road (new)
    CT100Rs 45,900 - Rs 53,300Rs 46,597 - Rs 54,378
    PlatinaRs 60,300Rs 62,320
    Discover 110Rs 62,500Rs 67,148
    Discover 125Rs 64,100 - Rs 66,700Rs 71,664 - Rs 74,291
    V15Rs 81,000Rs 82,493
    Pulsar 150Rs 80,600 - Rs 93,100Rs 85,106 - Rs 95,985
    Pulsar 180Rs 98,700Rs 1.05 lakh
    Pulsar 220FRs 1.11 lakhRs 1.18 lakh
    Pulsar NS160Rs 97,000Rs 1.04 lakh
    Pulsar NS200Rs 1.17 lakh - Rs 1.26 lakhRs 1.23 lakh - Rs 1.36 lakh
    Avenger 180Rs 1 lakhRs 1.07 lakh
    Avenger 220Rs 1.10 lakhRs 1.18 lakh
    Pulsar RS200Rs 1.45 lakh - Rs 1.59 lakhRs 1.52 lakh - Rs 1.66 lakh
    Dominar 400 ABSRs 1.89 lakhRs 2.05 lakh

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