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Bajaj Pulsars Get More Expensive


No price hike for the Pulsar RS200, though

Bajaj has increased the prices of its entire Pulsar lineup, except for the Pulsar RS 200. Nearly all members of the series have gotten a uniform price revision, barring the Pulsar 220F and Pulsar NS200. Here are the latest prices:

Model

New Price

Old Price

Difference

Pulsar 125

Drum: Rs 73,363

Disc: Rs 79,693

Drum: Rs 71,616

Disc: Rs 77,946

Rs 1,747

Pulsar 125 Split Seat

Drum: Rs 76,045

Disc: Rs 82,989

Drum: Rs 74,298

Disc: Rs 81,242

Rs 1,747

Pulsar 150 Neon

Rs 95,872

Rs 94,125

Rs 1,747

Pulsar 150

Rs 1,01,818

Rs 1,00,070

Rs 1,748

Pulsar 150 Twin Disc

Rs 1,04,819

Rs 1,03,072

Rs 1,747

Pulsar 180

Rs 1,09,651

Rs 1,07,904

Rs 1,747

Pulsar 220F

Rs 1,28,250

Rs 1,25,248

Rs 3,002

Pulsar NS160

Rs 1,11,834

Rs 1,10,086

Rs 1,748

Pulsar NS200

Rs 1,35,226

Rs 1,33,222

Rs 2,004

Pulsar RS200

 

Rs 1,52,179

No hike

This might be the last price revision for the Pulsar 220F before getting replaced by the upcoming Pulsar 250. The new quarter-litre Pulsar will be a generational update -- woven around the brand’s ‘Power To The People’ mantra -- for the regular Pulsar series. The bike will be powered by a brand new 250cc single-cylinder air-cooled (with oil-cooler) engine putting out around 24-25PS. Here are more details on the new Pulsar 250.

Despite having launched Pulsar 180 only in February this year, prices of the bike have gone up. It was brought back to life to replace the Pulsar 180F, which didn’t sell handsomely. Head here to know more about the resurrected icon.

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