Currently, the prices of two wheelers and four wheelers have increased in the Indian automobile market. In such a situation, the customers of Suzuki and Bajaj have got a setback here. Pulsar is very much liked, so its price has been increased.
Bajaj Pulsar price hiked
Suzuki Motorcycle India and Hero MotoCorp have hiked prices across almost their entire two-wheeler model line-up. The prices of the new Hayabusa and V Strom 650XT from Suzuki’s large range of bikes have not been increased. Hero prices have been hiked by up to Rs 3,000, depending on the model, while those of Suzuki have gone up by up to Rs 3,500.
This is unfortunate, as Suzuki’s maximum price hike has been seen on its 250cc model, and this is precisely the segment where both Yamaha and Bajaj have drastically reduced the prices of their respective vehicles. This makes the Gixxer 250 12,000 more expensive than the Dominar and 30,000 more expensive than the FZ25.
While the price of Bajaj Pulsar Dagger Edition was Rs 1,09,907 lakh earlier, its price has now gone up to Rs 1,13,363. In the vehicle, you get halogen headlights that come with twin DRLs. At the same time, you get a muscular fuel tank and semi-digital instrument cluster. The bike is available in 4 color variants. This includes you Red, White, Blue and Black.
The motorcycle comes with a 178.6cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine that makes 16.8 bhp power at 8,500rpm and 14.52Nm peak torque at 6500rpm. The engine is mated to a five-speed gearbox and is also BS6 compliant.
It should be noted that the Pulsar lineup includes models like Pulsar 150, Pulsar 180 and Pulsar 220F. Pulsar 220F also comes in four colours. This bike comes with a 220 cc unit that generates power of 20.1bhp at 8500rpm and peak torque of 18.55Nm at 7000rpm. In the Indian market, the Pulsar 180 directly competes with Honda Hornet 2.0, TVS Apache RTR 160 4V and Hero Xtreme 160 R.
Two wheeler and four wheeler companies are increasing the prices of their vehicles here. In this, many are doing this to compensate for the loss caused by the lockdown, while many have to do so due to the shortfall of the semiconductor. Although why Bajaj and Suzuki have increased the prices of the vehicle, it is not known at the moment.
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