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Bajaj Auto hiked the price of its premium range of bikes including Pulsar 150

If you remember, Bajaj hiked the price of its entire range of bikes except for the Avenger models by the end of July. And now here we have India’s largest exporter of motorcycles announced the price hike on its entire range of performance bikes. This time around, the hike is to cover the extra expenses that might be troubling the company.

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However, we were not expecting Bajaj to hike the price before the festive season in order to attract as many customers as possible. The company is smart enough to not to touch the commuter segment as they will be the real volume driver during the festive season. Also, the commuter bikes from Bajaj got the necessary hike in the month of July itself.

New Bajaj Bikes price list (in Rs ex-showroom) –

Models Old Price Hike New Price
1 Pulsar 150 Classic 71,200 4,000 75,200
2 Pulsar 150 Neon 71,200 4,000 75,200
3 Street 160 82,253 998 83,251
4 Pulsar 150 Single Disc 84,960 998 85,958
5 Pulsar 150 Twin Disc 88,838 999 89,837
6 Pulsar NS 160 93,094 1,101 94,195
7 Pulsar 180F 95,290 1,100 96,390
8 Street 220 1,03,891 1,197 1,05,088
9 Cruise 220 1,03,891 1,197 1,05,088
10 Pulsar 220F 1,07,028 1,299 1,08,327
11 Pulsar NS2OO 1,13,056 1,299 1,14,355
12 Dominar 400 1,80,000 10,000 1,90,000

 

From the list above, we can clearly say that Dominar 400 is the receiver of the highest price hike among all. Second, we have Pulsar 150 Classic and Neon which got a hike of Rs 4000 each. And after these, all other models including Avenger, Pulsar 150, 180F, 220F, NS 200 and NS160 received a hike ranging from Rs 1000 to Rs 1300.

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What is interesting though is that Bajaj did not increase the price of RS200 in both the occasions (ie, July and September). Next, Bajaj is gearing up to launch the new KTm 790 Duke in the Indian market on 23rd September 2019. After that, we can see the light of the Husqvarna brand.

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