Back in May, Bajaj Auto hiked the prices of nearly all the models in its portfolio by Rs 500 to Rs 4,500. Now, just a couple months later, multiple models have witnessed another price hike, albeit not as significant as the last one. We’ve compared the latest prices to those from a month ago and found that this time around, the hike varies from just under Rs 1,000 to just over Rs 2,400. Here’s a list that compares the new prices to those before the hike:

Note: During this period, Pulsar also introduced the split-seat variant of the Pulsar 125. It costs more than the standard Pulsar 125, and so, while this particular model hasn’t witnessed a price hike, the price range has widened.



Old price (ex-showroom, Delhi)

New price (ex-showroom, Delhi)

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