Bajaj Hikes Prices Of Pulsar 150, Pulsar 220F, Pulsar RS200 And Others
Here’s how much more you’ll have to shell out now
- Most of the BS6-compliant bikes under the Pulsar range were launched in April 2020.
- Premium ranges from Rs 998 to Rs 3,501.
- It is most likely a regular price hike.
Bajaj Auto has increased the prices of its entire Pulsar range starting from the least expensive Pulsar 125 Neon to the top-of-the-line Pulsar RS 200. Here’s a detailed table with the new and old prices:
As you can see in the above table, the premium is the highest for the liquid-cooled 200cc twins and the lowest for the most affordable bike under the range, the Pulsar 125 Neon. What’s more interesting is that most of the bikes in the Pulsar family, except for the Pulsar 150 range, were launched in April 2020 and the hike comes in about a month and a half since then.
Also Read: Bajaj Pulsar BS6 Family Explained
This is likely to be a regular price hike. It isn’t all that surprising because Bajaj is known to launch its products at a competitive price and then slowly increase it over a few months. Apart from pricing, the mechanicals of the bike have remained unchanged. In a related development, Bajaj has resumed operations amid the lockdown. You can read more about it here.