Bajaj Pulsar ABS motorcycle range complete pricing list!

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The entire Bajaj Pulsar range has been updated with ABS, however, the official launch is still pending. All the bikes receive a single-channel ABS setup.

As the safety regulations have kicked in from April 2019, two-wheeler manufacturers have started revealing the updated price list of the ABS and CBS motorcycles. We have the updated price list of Bajaj Pulsar range.

The first model from the range to be updated was the Pulsar 220F. All of the models receive a single-channel ABS setup with Rear Lift off Protection (RLP) at the back. Only Bajaj Dominar gets a dual-channel ABS setup.

2019 Bajaj Pulsar 220F

Amidst the ABS updating process, Bajaj has discontinued the Pulsar 180. Instead, the Bajaj Pulsar 180F is now available in market, which has also been updated with ABS now.

Also Read: Breaking – Bajaj Pulsar 180 discontinued in India; limited stocks available!

Here is the updated pricing list of all the models:

ModelsPrice (Rs) (ex-showroom)
150 Neon67,836
150 Single Disc77,434
Twin-Disc80,147
NS16093,000
180F94,300
220F1.02 Lakhs

All of the motorcycles have received a price hike of up to Rs 7,600. Pulsar NS200 and RS200 already came equipped with ABS from the launch.

Also Read: 2019 Bajaj Dominar deliveries commence; prices revealed

As said earlier, Bajaj Pulsar 180 has been discontinued in India. Owing to the dwindling sales and a comparatively older engine, the manufacturers have stopped its production.

In replacement, Bajaj has launched the Pulsar 180F, which receives the semi front fairing from 220F. It gets the same 180cc engine but with 4-valves instead of 2-valves.

Pulsar 150 is the best selling model from the range, clocking over 50,000 units every month. Now it comes equipped with ABS, making it more attractive than earlier.

Also Read: Bajaj Avenger 180 sales figure decline sharply; might be discontinued soon

Reportedly, a new Bajaj Pulsar is under development and might launch anytime this year. Just like Dominar ans NS200, the upcoming model might get the engine from Duke 250.

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