Bajaj Motorcycles India hikes prices for Pulsar AS200
Bajaj Motorcycle India faintly hiked the price of the all new Pulsar AS200. The bike would now be somewhat expensive by nearly INR 2000 in the capital and would out now carrying a price tag of INR 93552 being the ex-showroom price in the capital
Bajaj Motorcycle India faintly hiked the price of the all new Pulsar AS200. The bike would now be somewhat expensive by nearly INR 2000/- in the capital and would out now carrying a price tag of INR 93,552, being the ex-showroom price in the capital. While the company at all times has a marginally competitive price for its performance bikes, it is rather stirring to see that it stanches to boost the price especially around the festive season in the country. During Diwali the country majorly indulges into buying vehicles and the number of sales increase with good figures during the quarter period however, due to this hiked price in the bike we assume the bike doing really well in the domestic two wheeler market in the country. This price hike is also due to the dealers demanding for this semi-faired bike as compared to the Pulsar NS200, the company might soon offers good discounts on the Pulsar NS 200. Although, the price of Pulsar AS150 remains unaffected.
At the moment the Pulsar AS200 runs high housing a 200cc solo-cylinder liquid-cooled mill that churns out 23.5bhp and 18Nm of torque with power directing towards the rear wheel over a chain-drive. The engine is teamed up with a six-speed transmission. The complete design philosophy that isn’t practically dissimilar from the Pulsar NS200, has hit the correct note with the young Indian clients. The Pune-based producer is expected to roll out one more bike by the end of the fiscal and that is the Pulsar CS400.While certainly the brand Bajaj is all keen towards taking over the motorcycle market in the country, with numerous products rolled out and also doing exceptionally well. We assume the future is very bright for the Pulsar range that has always been doing well, ever since the first Pulsar was hurled in the country