Bajaj Pulsar Range Gets Costlier

Fortunately, the price hike isn’t all that substantial

  • The prices of the Bajaj Pulsar range were previously hiked in early May this year.
  • The price increase varies from Rs 301 to Rs 999.
  • No other change apart from the price hike.
Pulsar price hike july

It’s been just two months since its last price hike and Bajaj Auto has increased the prices of its Pulsar BS6 range yet again. This affects models like the Pulsar 125 Neon, Pulsar 150, Pulsar 180F, Pulsar 220F, Pulsar NS160, Pulsar NS200, and the Pulsar RS200. Here’s a detailed ex-showroom Delhi price table comparing the new prices with the old one:

Bajaj Bikes

Latest Price

Previous Price

Price Premium

Pulsar 125 Neon

Front Disc: Rs 75,795

Front Disc: Rs 75,494

Front Disc: Rs 301

Pulsar 150

Neon: Rs 91,002

Standard: Rs 97,958

Twin Disc: Rs 1,01,837

Neon: Rs 90,003

Standard: Rs 96,960

Twin Disc: Rs 1,00,838

Neon: Rs 999

Standard: Rs 998

Twin Disc: Rs 999

Pulsar 180F 

Rs 1,11,328

Rs 1,10,330

Rs 998

Pulsar 220F

Rs 1,20,787

Rs 1,19,789

Rs 998

Pulsar NS160

Rs 1,06,899

Rs 1,05,901

Rs 998

Pulsar NS200

Rs 1,29,530

Rs 1,28,531

Rs 999

Pulsar RS200

Rs 1,49,466

Rs 1,48,467

Rs 999

Bajaj is known to price its bikes competitively at launch and increase the prices slowly over the months. We’ve seen this with the Bajaj Dominar 400. Fortunately for the Pulsar range, the price hike isn’t all that much to affect the customers’ buying decision. Interestingly, Bajaj hasn’t hiked the price of the Pulsar 125 Neon front drum brake-equipped variant. It continues to be priced at Rs 70,995 (ex-showroom, Delhi). This variant is the most affordable motorcycle under the Pulsar lineup and it is likely that Bajaj might’ve wanted to keep it accessible. That is probably why Bajaj has left it untouched in terms of pricing.

Pulsar 125 red

Bajaj’s Pulsar lineup was well-known to have extremely competitive pricing, but with all these recent price hikes, they seem to be losing their value. Moreover, none of these BS6-compliant models get anything new in terms of features. Thus the premium of around Rs 3,000 to Rs 11,000 (depending on the model) over their respective BS4-compliant counterparts isn’t really justified. What do you guys think?

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