Prices have gone up by Rs 500-2,000, depending on the model.

The biggest price rise from its portfolio is the Dominar 400. The ABS version now costs Rs 1,58,275 (a rise of Rs 2,000) while the standard Dominar 400’s price has gone up from Rs 1,42,108 to Rs 1,44,113. The Pulsar RS 200 is now dearer by Rs 1,800. The ABS variant now costs Rs 1,36,794 and the standard version retails at Rs 1,24,890.

The Avenger series also saw a price rise - the 220 Street and Cruise now retail at Rs 94,464, while the Avenger 180 costs Rs 1,100 more. Bajaj has raised prices of the Pulsar NS 200 by Rs 1,700 and the ABS version is on sale for Rs 1,10,714, while the standard bike costs Rs 98,714.

The V12’s prices remain unchanged, while the Bajaj V15 has seen a price rise of Rs 1,000. The all-new Discover 125 sees and upward tick by Rs 500 for the standard version and Rs 1,000 for the disc brake variant. The Platina Comfortec also sees a price hike by Rs 500.

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