With the EICMA motor show all set to commence this week, the game of teasers and speculations have begun in full swing. As most of the manufacturers are set to participate in the largest two-wheeler exhibition, the last week was majorly about the same. Read full story
Bajaj has given the Pulsar 150 Neon a minor cosmetic update to set it apart from the smaller, Pulsar 125 Neon. There is no change in price and it continues to retail at Rs 75,200 (ex-showroom, Delhi).Read full story
Depending on the model, cash discounts range from as low as Rs 1500 going up to Rs 6000 on flagship products. Besides these savings, the Pune-based manufacturer is also offering five year of warranty and two maintenance services, together worth Rs 1200 for free on all models.
Bajaj has increased the prices of all the Pulsar models by around Rs 1000. However, for the most affordable models in the family including the Pulsar 150 Classic and Neon, the price hike stands at Rs 4000.
Bajaj has been slowly and steadily equipping its entire motorcycle range with ABS and CBS. In fact, it was one of the few brands who were the first ones to start this. While the Pune-based manufacturer was busy marketing its new Dominar, it did went an equipped its entire Pulsar series of bikes with ABS. Here, we give you the detailed pricing of each of these bikes.