After Dominar, Bajaj Now Increases Prices of Bajaj Pulsar Range

Bajaj Auto's latest price hike effects the Pulsar RS 200 the most which is now dearer by 1,800 rupees

If you have been following us then you probably remember our story on the increase in Bajaj Auto’s Dominar prices last month. Come April, the home grown auto maker has increased the prices of several other models as well including the Bajaj Pulsar series. While the hike is nothing substantial this time around, the Dominar hike by Bajaj Auto still remains the maximum throughout the product portfolio.

You will now have to pay more to own a bike by Bajaj Auto which has increased the prices of its entire portfolio from a feeble 500 Rupees to 1800 Rupees. Motorcycles like the Pulsar RS 200, Discover 125, and V15 have now become dearer for the Indian buyer. However, this should not affect the sales since the other companies have also followed the same trend like Bajaj Auto.

Bajaj Auto’s Pulsar RS 200 Now Attracts 1,800 Rupees More

Bajaj Auto that increased the prices of the Dominar last month by as much as 2,000 Rupees has followed suit and now revised the rates for its entire portfolio. The biggest price hike is seen on the Pulsar RS200 which is now dearer by 1,800 Rupees. The prices now stand at 1,24,890 Rupees for the non ABS model while the ABS model now comes at 1,36,794 Rupees. The Auto Company Bajaj has also increased prices for the Platina which was one of its cheapest bikes in India. It is now costlier by 500 Rupees.

Coming to the Pulsar NS 200, that too is now expensive by 1,700 Rupees and the prices for both the ABS and non ABS models have been affected. Bajaj Auto price hike also affects the Avenger series which see a marginal rise in prices for almost 1,000-1,100 Rupees. This is something similar that is seen on the popular V15 motorcycle. Surprisingly though Bajaj Auto has left the V12 prices untouched.

The increase in Bajaj Auto’s Prices Isn’t As Significant As The TVS Motor Company

While the flagship motorcycle Dominar that Bajaj Auto sells in India is costlier by only 2,000 Rupees, we strongly feel that is better than what happened over at the TVS stable. TVS Motor company has increased the prices of the Apache 310 RR significantly by as much as 18,000 Rupees. Ho

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