Bajaj Pulsar Range Gets Dearer: Pulsar 125, NS160, NS200 And More Affected

Modified On Apr 8, 2021 02:50 PM By Punya Sharma

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The increment ranges between Rs 1,747 and Rs 3,002

Following in the footsteps of Royal Enfield, Yamaha, Honda, and Hero MotoCorp, Bajaj Auto has hiked prices across its Pulsar lineup. Refer to the table for their ex-showroom prices in Delhi:


New Price

Old Price


Pulsar 125

Drum: Rs 73,363 Disc: Rs 79,693

Drum: Rs 71,616 Disc: Rs 77,946

Rs 1,747

Pulsar 125 Split Seat

Drum: Rs 76,045 Disc: Rs 82,989

Drum: Rs 74,298 Disc: Rs 81,242

Rs 1,747

Pulsar 150 Neon

Rs 95,872

Rs 94,125

Rs 1,747

Pulsar 150

Rs 1,01,818

Rs 1,00,070

Rs 1,748

Pulsar 150 Twin Disc

Rs 1,04,819

Rs 1,03,072

Rs 1,747

Pulsar 180

Rs 1,09,651

Rs 1,07,904

Rs 1,747

Pulsar 220F

Rs 1,28,250

Rs 1,25,248

Rs 3,002

Pulsar NS160

Rs 1,11,834

Rs 1,10,086

Rs 1,748

Pulsar NS200

Rs 1,35,226

Rs 1,33,222

Rs 2,004

Prices of the sub-200cc bikes, the Pulsar 125, 150, 180, and the NS160 have gone up by Rs 1,747 while the Pulsar 220F and the NS200 see sizeable increments of Rs 3,002 and Rs 2,004, respectively. 

These price hikes aren’t justified at all as the whole Pulsar lineup still misses out on some basic features like an LED headlamp that their respective rivals offer. That said, two new colours for the Pulsar 220F and four new colours for the Pulsar 180 were spotted at dealerships, which seem like desperate attempts to maintain sales.

In other news, our sources have confirmed Bajaj is working on a brand-new Pulsar 250, which will kickstart the updated Pulsar lineup.

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