Bajaj Pulsar Prices Hiked: Pulsar 125, 150, 180F And 220F

Modified On Jan 12, 2021 02:56 PM By Praveen M. for Bajaj Pulsar 150

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While prices of most of the lineup have gone up, the base variant of the Pulsar 125 Neon is actually cheaper than before 

Just like KTM and Husqvarna’s price revisions, Bajaj Auto has also hiked the prices of its entire Pulsar lineup for 2021, including the Pulsar 125, Pulsar 150, Pulsar 180F, and the famed Pulsar 220F. Check out the latest ex-showroom Delhi price list:

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Latest Price

Previous Price (As on December 2020)


Pulsar 125 

Neon Drum: Rs 71,616

Neon Disc: Rs 77,946

Split Seat disc: Rs 81,242

Split Seat drum: Rs 74,298

Neon Drum: Rs 72,122

Neon Disc: Rs 76,922

Split Seat disc: Rs 80,218

Split Seat drum: Rs 73,274

Neon Drum: Rs - 506

Neon Disc: Rs 1,024

Split Seat disc: Rs 1,024

Split Seat drum: Rs 1,024

Pulsar 150

Neon: Rs 94,125

Standard: Rs 1,01,082

Twin Disc: Rs 1,04,979

Neon: Rs 92,627

Standard: Rs 99,584

Twin Disc: Rs 1,03,482

Neon: Rs 1,498 

Standard: Rs 1,498

Twin Disc: Rs 1,497

Pulsar 180F

Rs 1,14,515

Rs 1,13,018

Rs 1,497

Pulsar 220F

Rs 1,25,248

Rs 1,23,245

Rs 2,003

Interestingly, Bajaj has reduced the price of its most affordable Pulsar variant by around Rs 500. This is a good gesture as it will help prospective customers get into the Pulsar bandwagon without worrying too much about the recent price hikes. There are no mechanical or aesthetic changes apart from the price revision.

If you’re looking for alternatives, you can also check out the TVS Apache RTR 160, Apache RTR 180, and the Apache RTR 200 4V range. Unfortunately, they have also undergone a recent price hike and the asking price of its entry-level variant (Apache RTR 160 drum) is a little more than the Pulsar 150 drum model.

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