Bajaj Pulsar 150, CT100 Waiting Period: All You Need To Know
- by Benjamin Gracias
- Oct 1, 2018
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We list the festive waiting periods for these two popular bikes from Bajaj
The Pulsar 150 and CT 100 have been two of the oldest surviving and most popular motorcycles from Bajaj. The Pulsar 150 ushered in an era of affordable performance motorcycles when it was launched in 2001. Since then, it has undergone vast mechanical and cosmetic updates and manages to remain not just relevant, but popular too. In its current trim, its 149cc air-cooled motor makes 14PS and 13.4Nm of torque. We rode the Pulsar 150 on the Bajaj test track (read first ride review here) and it impressed us with its refinement. It was recently spotted with ABS as well. The Bajaj Pulsar 150 retails for Rs 74,125 (ex-showroom Delhi).
The CT 100 has been the masses’ favourite for different reasons. For starters, its 102cc air-cooled single-cylinder motor is quite frugal. Overall, the bike offers fantastic value, given the features it packs at an asking price of Rs 32,000 (ex-showroom Delhi).
Both bikes manage to attract a lot of buyers and demand is quite high especially during the festive season. If you fancy buying one of these two bikes, we have the waiting period list for major cities that should help you plan your purchase better.
Bajaj seems to have prepared for the festive season well in advance as cities like Delhi, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Chandigarh, Kolkata, Jaipur, Lucknow and Patna have no waiting period for the Pulsar 150. Mumbai, though, has a waiting period of 15 days, while buyers in Kochi will have to wait for 10 days.
Just like the Pulsar, the CT 100 too does not attract a waiting period in cities like Pune, Delhi, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Chandigarh, Kolkata, Kochi, Jaipur and Patna. It, however, has a 10-day wait period in Mumbai and a 7-day wait time in Lucknow.
While taking delivery of your bike during the festive season, it is a good idea to have the bike thoroughly checked. High demand means a lot more bikes are manufactured than usual and there is always a chance that the bike might not have undergone a proper pre-delivery inspection.
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