Here is the Bajaj bikes price list in India, the most affordable bike is Bajaj CT 100 priced from Rs 33,400

The two-wheeler industry is experiencing a heavy fall in terms of sales. However, Bajaj is somehow resisting this market trend due to its lower-priced motorcycles. Everyone knows Bajaj is an expert in keeping their price less than what competition offers. We have brought you updated Bajaj bikes price list in the Indian market.


The sales of Bajaj is the month of June 2019 saw a decline of just -0.8% whereas the whole two-wheeler industry saw -11.7% decline. This is the major plot which made us write this article explaining how the Pulsar 220 maker did it. All the prices mentioned here are ex-showroom, Delhi. You have to pay RTO and Insurance amount

Bajaj bikes price list – Commuter segment

Bajaj CT 100 ES and KS are the cheapest models in Bajaj’s lineup. Bajaj CT 100 price is Rs 33,400, it comes with spoked wheels. On the other hand, the alloy wheel equipped variants KS and ES are price at Rs 33,997 and Rs 41,800 respectively. Bajaj CT 100 mileage is pegged at impressive 60 to 65 kmpl on an average. Please note that this mileage is returned only when you ride at optimum speed and gear shifting are minimum.

bajaj platina 110H motorcyclediaries

Just a few days back the Pune based automaker launched yet another motorcycle in the commuter segment. Bajaj CT110 is positioned between CT100 and Platina 100 in the company’s portfolio. Bajaj CT110 price in India starts from Rs 37,997 for the kick-start variant while the electric start variant will set you back by Rs 44,350.

Also Read: Bajaj CT110 launched in India from Rs 38,000

Other commuter bikes from the company include Bajaj Platina (100cc), Platina 110, Discover 110, and Discover 125. On the higher side, Pulsar 150 Neon is pegged at being a premium commuter. Pulsar 150 Neon price is Rs 68,250 with single-channel ABS. In the 125cc segment, Bajaj also had Platina 125 which was discontinued due to low sales. The company is planning to introduce Pulsar 125 in the Indian market to cater to the youngsters.

CT 100 – from Rs 33,400

CT 110 – from Rs 37,997

Platina 100 – Rs 40,750

Platina 110 – Rs 50,750

Platina 110 H – Rs 53,370

Discover 110 – Rs 53,300

Discover 125 – Rs 58,250

Pulsar 150 Neon – Rs 68,250

Bajaj bikes price list – Premium Segment

Now let’s move to our favorite segment, the premium one, there are as many as 10 bikes from the fourth largest motorcycle manufacturer in the country. This segment is divided into two series – Bajaj Pulsar and Bajaj Avenger.

Also Read: Why Bajaj Pulsars are selling like hotcakes?


In the Pulsar range, Bajaj has Pulsar 150, Pulsar NS160, Pulsar 180F, Pulsar 220F from the old generation. The new generation bikes are Bajaj Pulsar NS200 and Pulsar RS200. On the other hand, Bajaj Avenger series has three bikes on offer – Avenger 220 Street, Avenger 220 Cruise, and Avenger 160 Street. All prices mentioned below are ex-showroom, Delhi.

Avenger 160 Street – Rs 82,250

Pulsar 150 – Rs 84,460

Pulsar NS160 – Rs 92,600

Pulsar 180F – Rs 94,800

Avenger 220 Street – Rs 1,03,900

Avenger 220 Cruise – Rs 1,03,900

Pulsar 220 – Rs 1,06,500

Pulsar NS200 – Rs 1,12,560

Pulsar RS200 – Rs 1,39,600

Also Read: New Bajaj Dominar 400, What else can you buy?

2019 Dominar 400 motorcyclediaries

Finally, we have Dominar 400 which is the most powerful yet affordable touring option available in the country. Dominar 400 price is Rs 1.74 lakh ex-showroom Delhi. New Dominar 400 top speed is claimed to be more than 160 kmph. The bike now hit 100 kmph from zero in 7.2 seconds. Speaking about the Dominar 400 mileage, it returns around 25 kmpl in city conditions and around 30 kmpl on the highways.

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