Dominar and Pulsar Price Increase comes just before GST where motorcycles are said to get no additional taxes on them will remain the same
Bajaj Pulsar and now the Dominar range has already come far in terms of success, sales and bringing back fat profits to the company over the course of time. The manufacturer has made the best possible machines at affordable prices and brought cheer into the motorcycling world with its range and its foreign partner range as well, which is KTM. Bajaj has now decided to make sure it sustains the profitability by increasing the price by a subtle margin to keep things going.
Most prices of high-end bikes from Bajaj seem to have an introductory price tag and this is the second time the prices have been increased. Dominar has seen a total Rs 2000 increase over last two months which includes this new increase as well. The Pulsar range also now gets the same treatment. Bajaj says that the rising input costs and un told introductory prices seem to be the reason why the price has been increased.
Coming to specific bikes, the prices are out and they are all ex-showroom Delhi prices. The non-ABS version of the 2017 Bajaj Pulsar RS200 now costs Rs. 1,22,881. The ABS version earlier had a price tag of Rs. 1,33,883 and now has a price tag of Rs. 1,34,882. The naked 2017 Bajaj Pulsar 200NS costs Rs. 97,452, something that is up from Rs. 96,453 seen earlier.
The Bajaj Pulsar 135LS which had a price tag of Rs. 60,178, now costs Rs. 61,177 now. The 2017 Bajaj Pulsar 220F, which seems to be doing exceptionally well for the company and sells 6,000 units a month in the domestic market, and is Bajaj’s largest selling 200 cc and above motorcycle, now costs Rs. 92,200. It before had a price tag of Rs. 91,201.
Prices of the 2017 Bajaj Pulsar 150 , the most popular and largest selling bike also goes up by Rs. 1,001 to Rs. 75,604. The 2017 Bajaj Pulsar 180 had a price tag of Rs. 79,545 and now costs Rs. 80,546, which his exactly a Rs. 1001/-