From the recently launched Pulsar NS 125 to the more entry-level Platina, Bajaj has revised the prices of some of its products. The NS 125 is now priced at Rs 98,234, which is Rs 4,544 more than before.
Bajaj has revised the prices of select models across the range. The entry-level CT100 and CT110 were previously priced at Rs 49,152 and Rs 53,498, respectively. Both these motorcycles have received a substantial hike in their prices. The CT100 now demands Rs 52,832, while the CT110 carries a price tag of Rs 58,061. The slightly more rugged CT110X, which was launched in April has also received a price hike – it is now Rs 61,869, instead of its launch price of Rs 55,594.
The Platina has also gotten dearer now. The base-spec iteration Platina 100 with the drum brake and kickstart now demands Rs 56,480. The Platina 110, with the 5-speed transmission, electric start, and a drum brake, is now priced at Rs 66,739.
Prices of the popular Pulsar range has been revised too. The Pulsar 125 has received a hike of Rs 4,589 higher and now has a starting price of Rs 77,491. In fact, prices of all four variants of the Pulsar 125 have been revised, and the top-spec model with the disc brake and the split seat now demands Rs 87,181. Bajaj introduced the Pulsar NS125 in April at Rs 93,690. The motorcycle is now priced at Rs 98,234. All prices above are ex-showroom, Delhi.
Aside from Bajaj, several other brands have also announced a revision in the price of their products recently. You can read more about them by clicking the links below.
Hero Motocorp to hike prices from July 1
Yamaha YZF-R15 V3 and MT-15 price hiked
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