Bajaj Two Wheeler Insurance

So you own a Bajaj bike? Hats off just to that!

Planning to renew the insurance of your good old Bajaj Pulsar bike or looking for the best two-wheeler insurance for your brand new Bajaj Dominar 400 bike – you’ve landed just the right place.

Let’s dive into the two-wheeler insurance basics for your Bajaj bike.

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Understanding Bajaj Insurance

Must-know Coverage for Your Bajaj Bike

You can get following kinds of insurance policies for your Bajaj Bike:

Third-Party Bike InsuranceComprehensive Bike Insurance
Only covers third-party injuries and damages, and not to your own vehicle.Gives third-party policy + coverage for losses and damages to your own bike.
Mandatory by Indian Motors Act.It’s not mandatory to buy coverage for your own bike’s damages, but then we all know the state of Indian roads. And, who doesn’t love their Bajaj bike?
Multi-year insurance availableMulti-year insurance available

Why you should insure your Bajaj bike?

Bajaj bikes are great on Indian roads, which is why there are so many of them. But with a two-wheeler insurance, you can:

  • Be sure that you’re rightfully compensated if your Bajaj bike was stolen or damaged beyond repairs.
  • Get coverage for a third-party if your bike caused an accident and the third-party was injured or their property damaged.
  • Get comprehensive coverage for your own two-wheeler, in case damages were caused to your vehicle.
  • Be sure that no traffic policeman heavily fines you for not having an insurance policy for your bike. Strictly, say no to bribery!

 Good-to-Have Insurance Add-ons for Bajaj Bikes

Zero Depreciation Cover:

Irrespective of the model of Bajaj bike you have, depreciation is applicable on all kinds of metal, plastic, and fiber glass parts. In case of repairs / replacement claims, you would have to pay for the depreciation cost. However, with zero depreciation add-on, you can get that covered.

Return to Invoice Cover:

So that if your bike was stolen or completely damaged, the claim settlement amount from the insurance company is not as little as the current market value of your bike. Instead, it is as much as the invoice value of your bike. This is even when in case your bike was two years old, with a 20 percent lower current market value.

A lot of insurance companies offer specific add-on coverage at an addition premium cost. Depending on the model of Bajaj bike you have, do enquire with your insurer about these coverage options. Key replacement, roadside assistance, personal accident cover of passengers could be a few such options.

Things a Two Wheeler Insurance Covers For Any Bajaj Bike

  • Personal accident coverage for owner-driver
  • Accident-related damages to your bike
  • Damages caused during a natural calamity like flood or storm
  • Loss because of fire, explosions
  • Compensation for Stolen Bike

Things a Two Wheeler Insurance Does Not Cover For Any Bajaj Bike

  • Wear and tear caused over the years [including flat tyres]
  • Losses caused when the bike was driven without a driving license
  • Damages caused when the bike was being driven under the influence of alcohol
  • Driving outside the geographical limits
  • If the bike is used for anything beyond it’s legal purpose [racing, illegal activities, organized crime]

Questions you might ask about  Insurance

How can I renew my Bajaj Insurance online?

Your Bajaj Insurance Policy can be renewed online very seamlessly through your insurer’s online portal or your broker’s portal.

  1. If you have already selected an insurance company you can go to the insurer’s portal and renew it online by filling in the details.
  2. All you need to fill are your bike details (like Vehicle Registration Number, Engine/Chasis Number), your previous insurance details and your contact details. Once done, you can then renew the policy online by paying via netbanking, wallet or credit/debit card.
  3. Also, it is not necessary to continue your insurance policy with the same insurance company as the previous year. You can easily purchase insurance policy from a different insurer, as long as you are aware of the benefits and features being offered.

The two wheeler insurance of my Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220 bike has already expired. Is vehicle inspection mandatory?

No. Inspection is not mandatory even if the insurance for your bike has already expired. It is sometimes done at the discretion of the insurer but only if the insurance has lapsed for more than 6 months or so.

Is an online insurance policy valid for two-wheelers?

Of course it is valid. You get a valid bike insurance policy by renewing the policy online. All you need to do is fill in your previous policy bike details and get a valid insurance policy emailed to your registered email id. A printout of that would suffice.

Single-year or Mutli-year: what’s better in case of Bajaj insurance?

Multi-year is always better as you get a better rate and your insurance policy is valid for 2 to 3 years. Thus, there is no renewal headache every year. Also, since you pay upfront, there is a huge discount on the premium.

How do I get no-claim bonus at the time of renewal?

If you have not claimed in the preceding year, then you can avail a No-Claim Bonus at the time of your next renewal. Keep one thing in mind: your bike insurance renewal has to happen before the previous policy expires. At the time of renewal of your Two-Wheeler Insurance Policy, you need to mention your last NCB and whether you have made any claim in the last year or not. You get discount on the own-damage premium as per the NCB grid provided by IRDA.

All vehicle Type NCB Grid% of discount on own damage premium
No Claim in the last 1 year20%
No Claim in the last 2 consecutive years25%
No Claim in the last 3 consecutive years35%
No Claim in the last 4 consecutive years45%
No Claim in the last 5 consecutive years50%

How much more do I need to pay for comprehensive two wheeler insurance?

The premium for a simple third party only insurance is fixed by the IRDAI. A comprehensive insurance policy includes own-damage premium too. The own-damage premium varies slightly from one insurance company to another and is dependent on a lot of factors, including your claims history and the age of your bike. The overall premium for comprehensive insurance is marginally higher, but highly recommended if you are looking for complete coverage for your Bajaj bike.

Models Manufactured by Bajaj: Which One Do You Ride?

Brand NameVariantsPriceEngine CCMileage(kmpl)BHPWt. (kgs)Price Range(in Rs)
Bajaj Dominar 400Standard1380373.33535182138,000 to 146,280
Bajaj Dominar 400ABS1520373.33535182152,000 to 161,120
Bajaj Pulsar RS200Standard1220199.53524.16165122,000 to 129,320
Bajaj Pulsar RS200ABS1340199.53524.16165134,000 to 142,040
Bajaj Pulsar 150DTSi746149651414474,600 to 79,076
Bajaj Pulsar 200 NSDisc Self and Alloy964199.53023.515196,400 to 102,184
Bajaj Pulsar 180DTSi795178.65016.7814579,500 to 84,270
Bajaj Pulsar 135 LS DTSi601134.666513.612160,100 to 63,706
Bajaj Pulsar AS 200Standard947199.54223.1715394,700 to 100,382
Bajaj Pulsar AS 150Standard812149.54516.7614381,200 to 86,072
Bajaj Pulsar 220 F 
Disc Self and Alloy9122204020.7615091,200 to 96,672
Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220Standard8732204518.7615587,300 to 92,538
Bajaj Avenger Street 220Standard8732204518.7615087,300 to 92,538
Bajaj Avenger Street 150Standard7891504514.3414878,900 to 83,634
Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220Desert Gold Edition9422204018.7615594,200 to 99,852
Bajaj VV 125701255711.813057,000 to 60,420
Bajaj VV15630149.55711.8135.563,000 to 66,780
Bajaj Discover 125Drum505124.682.410.8120.550,500 to 53,530
Bajaj Discover 125Disc525124.682.410.8120.552,500 to 55,650
Bajaj Platina ComfortecDrum Kick and Alloy4261021048.0811342,600 to 45,156
Bajaj Platina ComfortecES4591021048.0810845,900 to 48,654
Bajaj CT 100B29999.2799.18.210829,900 to 31,694
Bajaj CT 100Drum Kick and Spoke35399.2789.58.210935,300 to 37,418
Bajaj CT 100Drum Kick and Alloy38899.2789.58.810938,800 to 41,128

Bajaj Auto’s Chetak Electric Scooter Notches Highest Sales in September 2020

– October 21, 2020

The first electric scooter from Bajaj Auto the Chetak was launched earlier this year and had a slow start in terms of sales. However, the Chetak has touched its highest sales since it was launched. In September 2020, the company sold 288 units of the Bajaj Chetak with sales of 192 in August and 120 in July. The electric scooter from Bajaj Auto derives power from a 3.8kW motor that is powered by a 2.89 kWh battery pack. The maximum range of the Bajaj Chetak is 95 km. Among the features, the scooter comes with digital instrument console, LED headlights, disc brake at the front, alloy wheels, and smartphone connectivity. The Bajaj Chetak electric scooter competes with the likes of the TVS iQube in the Indian market.

Bajaj Auto Updates The Pulsar RS200 With New Colour Schemes

– October 19, 2020

Indian motorcycle manufacturer Bajaj has updated the fully-faired Pulsar RS200 with new exciting colour schemes. Bajaj Pulsar RS200 gets three new colours: Pewter Grey, Metallic Pearl White and Burnt Red. But the good news is that the prices of the new colours remain the same as the standard colours. The new red colour gets a matte finish while the grey and white feature a glossy finish. Apart from that, the new variants also get white alloy wheels, white frame and carbon-fibre texture on the front and rear mudguards. The addition of new colours gives a sporty and funky look to the motorcycle. Mechanically, the Pulsar RS200 derives its power from the KTM-sourced 199cc internal combustion engine that produces a maximum power output of 24Bhp and 18.7Nm of peak torque. Transmission duties are carried out by a 6-speed gearbox. Other highlights of the motorcycle include a digital-analogue instrument console, monoshock rear suspension and anti-lock braking system (ABS). The newly introduced colours will be available in the Indian market from October 23rd, 2020. With the festive season fast approaching, Bajaj has decided to throw in a bit of excitement by introducing new dashing colours for the Pulsar RS200.

Bajaj Launched A New Variant of Pulsar 125

– October 18, 2020

One of the most successful Indian bike manufacturers, Bajaj has launched the drum brake variant of its popular bike Pulsar 125. This variant will retail for around Rs 73,274. The ex-showroom price may vary as per the location of purchase. The disc brake variant of the same bike retails for around Rs 80,218. The break types are the only difference between these two variants, all other features remain the same. This aesthetically appealing bike comes in two colour choices – Black Red and Black Silver dual tones. The engine is a single-cylinder, 124.4cc, the air-cooled motor engine that creates 10.8Nm of torque and 11.64bhp of max power. The bike has a five-speed gearbox. In the front, the bike has halogen headlights and twin DRLs. It also comes with a split-style seat, engine cowl, and the signature Pulsar shroud.

Bajaj Auto Increases The Price Of Dominar 400

– October 08, 2020

India’s leading two-wheeler manufacturer Bajaj Auto has updated the price of its flagship offering. Yes, Bajaj has increased the price of Dominar 400 in India. It’s the third time that Bajaj has hiked the price of new BS6 Dominar 400 in India. The Dominar 400 now becomes expensive by Rs. 1,500, and the updated price of the motorcycle stands at Rs. 1.97 lakh. (Delhi ex-showroom). Bajaj might have increased the price due to the rising input costs. As far as the motorcycle is concerned, the Dominar 400 does not feature any new updates. The sports-cruiser motorcycle continues to draw power from the same KTM-sourced 373cc internal combustion engine that produces a maximum power of 39Bhp and 35Nm of peak torque. Power transmission duties are handled by a 6-speed gearbox. Other notable features of the Dominar 400 include upside-down front forks, ABS (Anti-lock Braking System) on both the wheels, digital instrument console, secondary digital display on the fuel tank and all-LED lighting. The Dominar 400 is a good touring motorcycle as it offers a comfortable riding experience. The upright riding posture is perfect for long-distance touring. But with the price hike, the Dominar 400 becomes slightly expensive, and it could be a deal-breaker for someone who is on a tight budget.

Bajaj Auto Hikes Prices of BS6 CT100, CT110, Platina in India

– October 06, 2020

Bajaj Auto has hiked prices of its B6 Bajaj CT100, CT110 and its Platina range of commuters bikes in India. The B6 Bajaj CT100 Kick Start Alloy Wheel variant is priced at Rs. 44,122 after the price increase. The electric start variant of the same bike is now priced at Rs. 51,802. Both the motorcycles have received a price increase of Rs. 1,332. As for the BS6 Bajaj CT110, the bike is now priced at Rs. 52,147, with a price increase of Rs. 627. As for the Platina range of motorcycles from Bajaj Auto, the bike with Kick Start and alloy wheels is priced at Rs. 50,592, an increase of Rs. 128. As for the Electric Start, drum brake variant of the Bajaj Platina, it is now priced at Rs. 58,605. As for the top of the line variant which comes with Electric Start and disc brakes, the bike costs Rs. 60,826. For the BS6 Bajaj Platina 110 H-Gear variant, the price is Rs. 63,027. All prices are ex-showroom (Delhi). Both the CT and the Platina range from Bajaj Auto are entry-level commuter bikes which compete with the likes of Hero Splendor, Hero Passion and the TVS Radeon and TVS Sport in the Indian market.

Bajaj Auto Hikes Prices of BS6 Bajaj Dominar 250

– October 5, 2020

For the second time, Bajaj Auto has hiked the price of BS6 Bajaj Dominar 250 in India. The last hike was back in September this year with the bike receiving a price hike of Rs. 4,090. When launched, the Bajaj Dominar 250 was priced at Rs. 1.60 lakh. Now, the company has raised the price of the bike by another Rs. 1,625. With the price hiked, the BSVI Bajaj Dominar 250 now costs Rs. 1,65,715. Prices are ex-showroom (Delhi). The Dominar 250 was introduced by Bajaj to make it more accessible to the market. The bike looks similar to its elder sibling the Bajaj Dominar 400. While it looks similar to the Dominar 400, there are important differences as well. The Bajaj Dominar 250 derives power from a 248.77cc single-cylinder unit that is able to punch out a maximum power of 26.6bhp and a peak torque of 23.5Nm. The unit comes paired with a 6-speed gearbox. The bike comes with features such as USD forks at the front and pre-load adjustable mono-shock at the rear. The Dominar 250 comes with alloy wheels and disc brakes at both ends with dual-channel ABS to assist the braking. It features a 13-litre fuel tank and weighs 180kgs. The bike comes with two paint options: Vine Black and Canyon Red. The B6 Bajaj Dominar 250 competes with the likes of KTM Duke 250, Yamaha FZ25 and the Suzuki 250 in the Indian market.

Bajaj Auto Hikes Prices of Avenger Cruise and Street in India

– October 5, 2020

Bajaj Auto has hiked the price of its cruiser models the Bajaj Avenger Cruise and the Bajaj Avenger Street in India. The BS6 Bajaj Avenger Street 160 has received a price hike of Rs. 5,203 to increase the price to Rs. 1,01,094. The Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220 has received a price hike of Rs. 2,457 taking the ex-showroom price of the cruiser to Rs. 1,22,630. While the Street 160 was previously priced at Rs. 95,891, the Cruise 220 was priced at Rs. 1,20,173. While the prices have been hiked, there are no changes to the exterior or to the specifications of the cruisers. The Bajaj Avenger Street 160 draws power from a 160cc single-cylinder that is able to punch out a maximum power of 15hp and a peak torque of 13.7Nm. As for the BS6 Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220, the cruiser draws power from a 220cc single-cylinder unit that is able to produce a maximum power of 19hp and a peak torque of 17.55Nm. While the Avenger Street 160 features alloy wheels, sporty livery and an upright stance, the Avenger Cruise 220 features spoke wheels and a lot of chrome elements to offer a retro design language. The Bajaj Avenger series competes with the likes of the Suzuki Intruder and to a certain extent the Royal Enfield Thunderbird and the Jawa 42 in the Indian market.

Bajaj Auto’s Two-wheeler Sales Numbers Increase for September 2020

– October 1, 2020

First and the second quarters of the financial year 2020 have been turbulent for the Indian economy due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Auto manufacturers have also suffered from the financial impact associated with the deadly virus. Manufacturing, sales, and other functions associated with the auto industry were severely affected. However, a positive change has emerged in the recent past and Bajaj Auto’s sales figures for September 2020 second that. The company exported 1,85,351 units overseas in September 2020. This resulted in a 16% growth as compared to the previous year’s numbers for the same period. The domestic sales figure for the brand’s two-wheelers in September 2020 is 2,19,500. Compared to September 2019’s figure, the growth has been 24%. However, the brand didn’t enjoy the same level of success in its commercial vehicle segment as compared to September 2019’s statistics.

Bajaj Auto Hikes Prices of its Pulsar Series Again

– September 29, 2020

Bajaj Auto has hiked the prices of the Bajaj Pulsar series again. In the latest price hike, the Bajaj Pulsar 125 and the Bajaj Pulsar 150 have received a price increase of Rs. 128, while the Bajaj Pulsar 180F and the Bajaj Pulsar 220F has received a hike of Rs. 192 and Rs. 960, respectively. The Bajaj Pulsar 125 with drum brakes is priced at Rs. 71,123, as for the disc model, the price is Rs. 75,923 and the split seat version is priced at Rs. 79,219. As for the Bajaj Pulsar 150, the Neon variant now costs Rs. 91,130, the standard variant is priced at Rs. 98,086 and the twin-disc brake variant now costs Rs. 1,01,984. The Bajaj Pulsar 180F is priced at Rs. 1,11,520 and the Bajaj Pulsar 220F is priced at Rs. 1,21,747. Prices are ex-showroom. The company had previously hiked the prices of these models in July 2020. While the Bajaj Pulsar 125 is the entry model, the Bajaj Pulsar 220F is the flagship model of the Pulsar series from the company.

Bajaj Auto Reveals New Variant of Bajaj Pulsar NS200

– September 21, 2020

Bajaj Auto has revealed a new variant of the BS6 Pulsar NS200 in a new marketing video released by the two-wheeler manufacturer. The new variant features a combination of red, black and white and Bajaj has painted the fuel tank, a bit of the headlight, the shrouds and the tail section in white and red colour, offering a sportive exterior. The wheels are painted in white, while the remaining parts of the bike are painted in black. The bike continues to draw power from a KTM sourced 199.5cc single-cylinder that is able to produce a maximum power of 24.2bhp and a peak torque of 18.5Nm which is paired with a 6-speed gearbox. At the front, the BS6 Bajaj Pulsar NS200 features a telescopic fork, while there is a mono-shock at the rear. The street fighter from Bajaj is equipped with disc brakes at the front and rear with ABS and features alloy wheels at both ends. The bike is priced at a little over Rs. 1.29 lakh ex-showroom (Delhi). The bike competes with the likes of KTM Duke 200, Yamaha MT15, TVS Apache RTR 200 and the Yamaha FZ25 in the Indian market.

Bajaj Auto Increases The Price Of Dominar 250

– September 8, 2020

Indian two-wheeler manufacturer Bajaj Auto has announced that the company has increased the price of the Dominar 250. Bajaj had launched the younger sibling of the Dominar 400 in India in March this year. The launch price of the 250cc Dominar was Rs. 1.6 lakh. Now, the motorcycle becomes expensive by Rs. 4,090, and the overall price stands at 1.64 lakh. All prices are Delhi ex-showroom. Even with the increase in the price tag, the 250cc Dominar packs a punch for the price it demands. The design is identical to its elder sibling, and almost all features remain the same except for the instrument console. The Dominar 250 derives its power from a 250cc internal combustion engine which is good for 26bhp and 23.5Nm of torque. The gearbox is a 6-speed unit which helps in cruising. Other notable features of the motorcycle are inverted forks at the front, all-LED lighting and ABS. The 250cc Dominar is a perfect motorcycle for those who are looking to upgrade from the 150cc class, and touring is also effortless on the Dominar. The Dominar 250 is an affordable option for touring, and service and spares are also inexpensive. The Dominar 250 faces stiff competition from the likes of Yamaha FZ25 and Suzuki Gixxer 250.

Bajaj Auto Hikes the Price of BS6 Pulsar 150

– July 21, 2020

Two-wheeler manufacturer Baja Auto has increased the price of the recently launched BS6 Bajaj Pulsar 150. The price has been hiked by Rs.1,025. While the launch price was Rs.96,960, the price has been hiked to Rs. 97,958. The Bajaj Pulsar 150 is the segment leader in the Indian market and continues to do so in its BS6 avatar. The bike features twin pilot lamps and revised graphics. The motorcycle derives power from a 149.5cc single-cylinder engine that is able to produce a maximum power of 14hp and a peak torque of 13Nm. The unit comes paired with a 5-speed gearbox. The Bajaj Pulsar 150 features disc brakes at the front and drum brakes at the rear. While the former is of 260mm in size, the latter is of 130mm. The front disc brake is mated to a single-channel ABS. At the front, the bike features a telescopic suspension. At the rear, the duties are taken care of by twin spring shock absorbers. The bike competes with the likes of Honda Unicorn 160, TVS Apache RTR 160 and the Yamaha FZS in the Indian market.

Bajaj Hikes Prices of BS6 Avenger Street 160 in India

– July 15, 2020

Bajaj Auto has hiked the price of the newly launched BS6 Avenger Street 160 in India. The cruiser motorcycle is now priced at Rs.95,890 ex-showroom. The price has increased by Rs. 1,000. This is the second hike the Avenger Street 160 has received since its launch. While launching the BS6 Bajaj Avenger Street 160, the company decided to keep the features and design similar to the BS4 model. The motorcycle is powered by a 160cc engine that is capable of producing a maximum power of 14.8bhp and a peak torque of 13.7Nm. The engine comes paired with a 5-speed gearbox. At the front, the BS6 avatar of the Bajaj Avenger Street 160 gets a telescopic suspension and twin shock absorbers at the rear. The bike gets a 280mm disc brake at the front and at the rear it features a drum brake. The cruiser bike weighs 156kgs. The Avenger Street 160 is available in two different colour schemes namely Spicy Red and Ebony Black. The Bajaj Avenger Street 160 competes with the likes of Suzuki Intruder in the Indian market.

Bajaj Pulsar (BS6) 150 and 180F Become Costly

– July 13, 2020

Bajaj Auto has changed the pricing of two of its bike models. The BS6 versions of Bajaj Pulsar 150 and 180F have become expensive. The price hike is close to one thousand INR. Bajaj Pulsar 150 is available in three variants. After the modification in the price, its Neon version costs INR 91,386, the Twin Disc Model costs INR 99,565, and the Single Disc variant costs INR 95,430. The prices mentioned here are of ex-showroom Pune and can vary in other areas. Pulsar 150’s price was hiked in May 2020 as well and that was a more significant one – it was a hike of INR 4,500. The bike was launched in February 2020. Bajaj Pulsar 180F has also witnessed an increase in price in a similar range. Now, it has become costlier by INR 998. Post the hike, the bike’s ex-showroom price in Pune is INR 1,10,816.

Bajaj Pulsar 125 Upgraded To BS6 Emission Now Officially Launched with Split Seat

– June 15, 2020

The BS6 Bajaj Pulsar 125 Split Seat variant looks similar to Pulsar 150 Twin Disc BS6 but has slight aesthetic variations. This model was available for sale in only a few Indian states however, Bajaj has now officially launched the bike and it will be available in more regions. The new BS6 Pulsar 125 comes with specifications similar to Bajaj Pulsar 125 with differences like an upgraded single-cylinder, BS6-compliant engine of the 124.4cc power that gives an output of 11.6bhp at 8,500rpm and 11Nm of torque at 6,500rpm. This engine is air-cooled and being a Bajaj model, it runs with their patent DTS-i technology. It also features split grab rails, graphic designs on engine cowl, stylish decals, two-piece pillion grabrail, front fender, fuel tank extensions, and alloy wheels. The BS6 Pulsar 125 Split Seat is priced at ₹79,079 that may slightly vary depending upon the location of sale.

Bajaj Auto Announces Price-hike for its Platina 100 & 110 Bikes

– June 12, 2020

The Indian two-wheeler industry is buzzing with news related to the increase in prices of popular bike models. Bajaj Auto is one of the companies that has hiked the purchase price of some of its two-wheelers. Now, potential bike owners will have to pay a bit more than the previous asking price for Bajaj Platina 100 and 110. This is because the cost of Bajaj Platina 100 has increased by INR 1,498 and that of Bajaj Platina 110 has increased by INR 2,349. These two BS6 models are among the brand’s best-selling models in India. The commuter bikes are known for their simplistic design and low maintenance cost. Post the increase in the price, Bajaj Platina 100 will cost INR 49,261 and Bajaj Platina 110 will cost INR 62,899 in Delhi (ex-showroom). Note that the prices for these single-variant bikes might change as per the purchase location.

Price Hike Alert: Bajaj Pulsar 220F Becomes Costlier

– June 12, 2020

If you are someone who is planning to get your hands on the stylish Bajaj Pulsar 220F, then you will have to spend a bit more than its previous price to purchase it. Bajaj Auto, the bike’s manufacturer, has hiked the price of this tourer bike by INR 2,503. After the hike, Bajaj Pulsar 220F’s (BS6 Compliant) retail price comes to INR 1.20 lakhs. Note that this is the ex-showroom price in Delhi and it can vary for other locations.Bajaj Pulsar 220F BS6 was launched in April earlier this year and it was priced at around INR 9000 more than the BS4 model. The two-wheeler features an updated fuel-injected engine and a semi-faired look. The bike is available for riders in two colour combinations – Black/Blue and Black/Red. Apart from the 220cc, the bike’s other prominent features include the muscular front apron, vertically stacked projector headlamps and an exhaust pipe that is up-swept.

Bajaj Auto Hike Prices of BS6 Avenger Street 160

– June 10, 2020

Bajaj Auto has increased the price of the BS6 Avenger Street 160. The hike is of Rs.1,216. With the increase, the motorcycle now costs Rs.94,893 ex-showroom (Delhi). When the company launched the BS6 version it was priced at Rs.93,677. The bike draws power from a 160cc single-cylinder engine which produces a maximum power of 14.8bhp and a peak torque of 13.7Nm which is paired to a 5-speed gearbox. The bike has not received any updates in terms of features compared to the BS4 model except for the updated BS6 engine. The company has also hiked the price of the BS6 Bajaj Avenger 220, which is not priced at Rs.1.19 lakh, an increase of Rs.2,502.

Bajaj Increases Prices of BS6 Pulsar 150 Models

– June 5, 2020

Bajaj has hiked prices for the entire BS6 Pulsar 150 models since they were launched in the country. While the Pulsar 15 Neon has received a price hike of Rs.4,467, the Standard model’s prices have gone up by Rs.2,000. The BS6 Bajaj Pulsar 150 with disc brakes at both ends received a price hike of Rs.2,000. Bajaj has not confirmed the reason behind the increase in prices of the Pulsar 150 range. But it is likely because of the input cost. The company has not added any features or changes to the exterior of the 150 Pulsar range; however, the engine has been updated to comply with BS6 norms. The bikes draw power from a 149.5cc unit which is capable of churning out a maximum power of 14bhp and a peak torque of 13Nm and comes paired with a 5-speed gearbox. Prices of the BS6 Pulsar 150 model range between Rs.90,000 and Rs.1,01,000.

Bajaj Auto Upgrades the Bajaj Pulsar 150 Neon With Engine Cowl

– June 2, 2020

Bajaj Auto has upgraded the BS6 Pulsar 150 Neon with an engine cowl. This styling accessory is featured in the premium versions of the Pulsar series and higher displacement models of Pulsars. The engine cowl seen on the new Pulsar 150 Neon bears the same body graphics and paint scheme as seen on the rest of the bike. Apart from this update, the bike remains the same in terms of engine specifications and features. The BS6 Pulsar 150 Neon is the entry-level Pulsar from Bajaj Auto and draws power from a 140.5cc engine which produces a maximum power of 13.6bhp and a peak torque of 13.4Nm and comes paired with a 5-speed gearbox. The BS6 Bajaj Pulsar 150 Neon features a disc brake at the front, while a drum brake takes care of the braking duty at the rear. The front disc brake features a single-channel ABS. The BS6 version of the Pulsar is priced at an ex-showroom rate of Rs.90,003.

Quadricycles To Adhere to BS6 Emission Norms

– May 28, 2020

The Government of India, in a recent statement, has confirmed that quadricycles or L7 categories of vehicles such as Bajaj Qute should be BS6 compliant to ply on Indian roads. The government said that the emission norms applicable to L7 category vehicles or quadricycles are equivalent to the European Union’s World Motorcycle Test Cycle (WMTC). With the notification of the BS6 norms for quadricycles, the government said that the process of BS6 for all categories of vehicles in India is complete. As per the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, quadricycles cannot weigh more than 475kgs and not more than 3.6 meters long and should be powered by an engine not more than 800cc. While Bajaj has launched the Qute in this segment, Mahindra has showcased the Atom at the Auto Expo 2020 and is expected to be launched late this year or early next year.

Bajaj Auto Launches BS6 Bajaj Platina 100 in India

– May 18, 2020

Bajaj Auto has launched the BS6 iteration of the Bajaj Platina 100 in India. Prices for the motorcycle start at Rs.47.763. The model with electric starts is priced at Rs.55,546. All prices are ex-showroom (Delhi). Among the changes include tinted windscreen, change in the position of LED DRLs and newer seats. The BS6 Platina 100 draws power from a 102cc single-cylinder engine that produces a maximum power of 7.7hp and a peak torque of 8.34Nm and comes paired with a 4-speed gearbox.

Bajaj Auto Hike BS6 Pulsar 220F Prices

– May 18, 2020

Bajaj Auto has hiked the price of the newly launched BS6 Bajaj Pulsar 220F in India. The bike now costs Rs.1.19 lakh (ex-showroom), an increase of Rs.3,000 compared to the launch price. The Bajaj Pulsar 220F was launched with a BS6 compliant engine which is a 220c single-cylinder unit which produces a maximum power of 20.4PS and peak torque of 18.55Nm and comes paired with a 5-speed gearbox. The new motorcycle, apart from its BS6 engine, gets several features such as projector headlights, semi-digital instrument clusters, disc brakes at both ends, split seats and a 3-piece handlebar. The BS6 Bajaj Pulsar 220F also gets a single-channel ABS.

Bajaj Auto Launches BS6 Platina 110 in India

– April 27, 2020

Bajaj Auto has launched the BS6 Bajaj Platina 110 H-Gear in India. Prices for the motorcycle starts from Rs.59,802 ex-showroom (Delhi). The BS6 Bajaj Platina now comes only with the disc brake variant. The BS6 Platina 110 is available in two paint schemes of Red and Black. The bike is powered by the BS6 115cc single-cylinder unit which produces a maximum power of 8.44bhp and peak torque of 9.81Nm. The unit comes paired to a 5-speed gearbox. While a disc brake does its duties at the front, a drum brake features at the rear.

Dual-Channel ABS Standard in BS6 Bajaj Pulsar RS200

– April 24, 2020

Bajaj Auto has made dual-channel ABS on the BS6 Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 as standard fitment. It may be noted that when the BS6 version was launched, single-channel ABS was offered as a standard fitment. The BS6 Bajaj Pulsar RS200 is powered by a 199.5cc single-cylinder engine that churns out a maximum power of 24.5PS and peak torque of 18.7Nm. The unit is mated to a 6-speed gearbox. Among the features, the BS6 Pulsar RS200 gets mono-shock suspension at the rear and a telescopic fork at the front. Braking duties are carried out by disc brakes at both ends. The bike competes with the likes of the KTM RC200 in the Indian market while it competes with the Yamaha YZF-R15 V3.0 from a price point.

Bajaj Auto’s Rakesh Sharma Appointed IMMA President

– April 24, 2020

Bajaj Auto’s Executive Director (ED) Rakesh Sharma has been appointed as the president of the International Motorcycle Manufacturers Association (IMMA). He was previously serving as its vice-president from May 2019. In the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, the post was elected through correspondence by the General Assembly of the association. Sharma will hold the position of President of IMMA for a period of two years. He is also a member of India’s auto industry body SIAM. Rakesh Sharma has been with Bajaj Auto since 2007 when he joined as President (International Business) and now he currently serves as the company’s Executive Director.

Bajaj Auto Launches BS6 Pulsar 125 in India

– April 20, 2020

Indian bike manufacturer Bajaj Auto has launched the BS6 Pulsar 125 in India. The motorcycle is priced at Rs.69,997 ex-showroom (Delhi). The new BS6 Pulsar 125 is available in two variants: drum and disc brake. The BS6 Bajaj Pulsar 125 with disc brakes is priced at Rs.74,118. The entry-level Bajaj Pulsar has received several updates along with the upgrade to BS6 engine which now gets Fuel Injection (FI). The 125cc single-cylinder engine now makes 12PS of power and 11Nm of torque and comes paired to a 5-speed gearbox. The dimensions and the weight of the BS6 Pulsar 125 is identical to the BS4 versions of the baby Pulsar. The bike competes with the likes of Honda Shine SP 125 in the Indian commuter bike segment.

Bajaj Launches BS6 Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220 in India

– April 7, 2020

Indian two-wheeler manufacturer Bajaj has launched the cruiser version of the BS6 Avenger 220 in India. The ex-showroom price of the BS6 Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220 is Rs.1.17 lakh in Delhi. Apart from the update to BS6 emission norms with a Fuel Injection (FI), there are no updates to the BSVI Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220. The BS6 Avenger Cruise 220 is powered by a 220cc single-cylinder engine with power figures at 19.03PS and peak torque of 17.55Nm. The engine comes paired to a 5-speed gearbox. The BS6 Bajaj Avenger 220 brakes are handled by a disc along with single-channel ABS at the front while the rear wheel gets drum brakes. The cruiser also boasts of a secondary screen on the tank apart from the main digital instrument cluster. While the Avenger does not have a direct rival, it does compete with the likes of Royal Enfield bikes in the Indian market.

Bajaj Auto Launches BS6 Bajaj Pulsar NS200 in India

– April 6, 2020

Indian bike manufacturer Bajaj Auto has launched the BS6 complaint Pulsar NS200 in India. The ex-showroom price of the BS6 Bajaj Pulsar NS200 is Rs.1.25 lakh in Delhi. The BS6 Bajaj Pulsar NS200 is powered by a 199.5cc single-cylinder engine that is capable of churning out 24.5PS of power and 18.5Nm of peak torque. The unit comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox. The BS6 Bajaj Pulsar NS200’s brakes are carried out by disc brakes at both ends along with single-channel ABS at the front. The bike features inverted telescopic forks at the front while the rear features a mono-shock suspension. The BS6 Bajaj Pulsar NS200 is available in four different paint schemes namely Mirage White, Graphite Black, Wild Red and Fiery Yellow.

Bajaj Auto Launches BS6 Bajaj Pulsar RS200 in India

– April 4, 2020

Indian two-wheeler manufacturer Bajaj Auto has launched the BS6 Bajaj Pulsar RS200 in India. The ex-showroom price of the BSVI Bajaj Pulsar RS200 is Rs.1.45 lakh in Delhi. The BS6 Bajaj Pulsar RS200 is powered by a 199.5cc single-cylinder engine with fuel injection technology. The unit churns out 24.5PS of power and 18.7Nm of peak torque paired to a 6-speed gearbox. At the front, the BS6 Bajaj Pulsar RS200 features a telescopic fork while the rear gets a mono-shock suspension. The BS6 Bajaj Pulsar now comes only with a single-channel ABS at the front along with disc brakes at both ends. The BS6 iteration of the Bajaj Pulsar RS200 does not get any new updates on the exterior nor any features compared to the BS4 version. The BS6 Pulsar RS200 competes with the likes of KTM RC200 and the Yamaha YZF-R15 V3.0 in the Indian market.

Bajaj Auto Launches BS6 NS160 in India

– April 2, 2020

Bajaj Auto has launched the BS6 NS160 in India. The new Bajaj NS160 BS6 is priced at Rs.1.04 lakh ex-showroom. Compared to the BS4 Bajaj NS160, the new BS6 NS160 is costlier by Rs.10,000. The biggest update is the fuel injection feature on the BS6 Bajaj NS160. The engine now produces more power of 17.2PS compared to the BS4’s 16PS, while the torque has gone down by 0.4Nm to now produce 14.6Nm. The BS6 engine is mated to a 5-speed gearbox. As for the dimensions, the wheelbase of the BS6 Bajaj NS160 has increased by 2mm, while the width has decreased by 0.5mm. Other dimensions remain the same as the BS4 model. The Bajaj NS160 BS6 is now available only in one variant that is a double-disc. Also, the front brake now comes equipped with ABS. At the front, the BS6 Bajaj NS160 features telescopic forks and a mono-shock suspension at the rear. The BS6 Bajaj NS160 competes with the TVS Apache RTR 160 in the Indian market.

Bajaj Auto Launches BS6 Avenger 160 in India

– April 1, 2020

Bajaj Auto has launched the BS6 Avenger 160 in India. The BS6 Bajaj Avenger 160 is priced at Rs.94,893, a hike of Rs.11,000 over the outgoing BS4 model. The dimensions of the BS6 Avenger BS6 remains the same as the BS4 model. The BS6 engine of the Bajaj Avenger 160 churns out 15hp and 13.7Nm of peak torque, while the power figures remain the same, the torque has declined by 0.3Nm compared to the BS4 model. The engine comes mated to a 5-speed gearbox. Braking duties on the BS6 Bajaj Avenger 160 are carried out by the same 280mm disc at the front and 130mm drum at the rear. At the front, the BS6 Bajaj Avenger 160 features telescopic forks and at the rear, the suspension duties are carried out by twin shock absorbers.

Bajaj Launched BS6 Pulsar 180F in India

– March 31, 2020

Bajaj Auto has launched the BS6 compliant Pulsar 180F in India. The new BS6 Bajaj Pulsar 180F is priced at Rs.1.07 lakh, an increase of Rs.11,000 compared to the BS4 version of the Pulsar 180F. Along with the updated BS6 engine, the Pulsar 180F gets new features such as new rear tyre size which has increased to 120 section compared to the 100mm seen on the BS4 model, while the front remains the same. Both the 17-inch wheels run on tubeless tyres and the wheelbase has increased by 5mm. Also, the front disc is upgraded to 280mm from the 260mm seen on the BS4 Pulsar 180F. ABS is available on the front disc brake. The BS6 Pulsar 180F is taller by 50mm and leaner by 15mm, while the length and ground clearance remains similar to the BS4 model. The new Bajaj Pulsar 180F BS6 kerb weighs 10kgs more than the BS4 version. The single-cylinder engine continues to produce the same 17.02hp and 14.5Nm of peak torque. The engine comes paired to a 5-speed gearbox.

Bajaj Auto Launches Dominar 250 in India

– March 12, 2020

Bajaj Auto has launched the smaller engine capacity iteration of the Dominar model. The Bajaj Dominar 250 is powered by 248.77cc liquid-cooled unit which produces 27PS of power and 23.5Nm of peak torque which is paired to a 6-speed gearbox along with a slipper clutch. The Dominar 250 gets USD forks at the front and mono-shock at the rear, while the braking duties are carried out by 300mm disc at the front with dual-channel ABS and at the rear is a 230mm disc brake with ABS. The Bajaj Dominar 250 is available in two paint schemes – Red and Vine Black. The Bajaj Dominar 250 is the new iteration of the Dominar 400, with a smaller engine capacity.

Bajaj Launches BS6 Dominar 400 in India

– February 27, 2020

Bajaj Auto has launched the BS6 Dominar 400 in India at Rs.1,91,751 ex-showroom (Delhi). An increase of Rs.1,749 over the previous BS4 Dominar. The company has not revealed the specs of the new Dominar. The BS4 Bajaj Dominar was powered by a single-cylinder 373.3cc unit which churns out 40PS and 35Nm of torque and comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox. The Bajaj Dominar comes with a host of features including dual-channel ABS, USD front forks, fully digital instrument cluster, slipper clutch, day time running lights, etc. The Dominar competes with the likes of Royal Enfield and KTM in the Indian market.

Bajaj Launches BS6 Complaint Pulsar Series

– February 24, 2020

Bajaj Auto has launched the BS6 complaint Pulsar series which includes 125, 150, 180F, 220F, NS 200. The price of the entry-level Pulsar 125 Neon is Rs.68,762, the Pulsar 150 and 150 Neon is priced at Rs.85,920 and Rs.92,429 respectively. The popular Bajaj Pulsar NS 200 is priced at Rs.1,24,000. All prices are ex-showroom (Delhi). However, the company is yet to announce the BS6 variant of the Pulsar NS 160 and the RS 200.

Bajaj Avenger BS6 Variant Launched in India

– February 14, 2020

Bajaj Auto has launched the BS6 variant of the Avenger cruise range. The Bajaj Avenger 160 Street has been launched with a price tag of Rs.89,536, the Avenger 220 Street at Rs.1,15,134 and the Avenger 220 Cruise at Rs.1,15,134. The BS6 Avenger gets a new fuel-injection system and a revised exhaust. While Bajaj is yet to confirm the power output of the BS6 Avenger, it is expected to be marginally different. The BS4 Avenger 220 came with a power output of 19hp and 17.5Nm of torque. The Bajaj Avenger series shares the same engine as the Pulsar series.

Bajaj Launches BS6 Pulsar 125 Neon in India

– February 12, 2020

Bajaj launched the new BS6 Pulsar 125 Neon in India with a starting price of Rs.68,762 ex-showroom (Delhi). The new Bajaj Pulsar 125 is BS6 compliant with a move to Fuel Injection from the conventional carburettor and a modified exhaust system. The new Pulsar 125 does not get any changes to its exterior. The present model’s engine churns out 12hp and 11Nm of torque from the 124.5cc single-cylinder engine. The new Pulsar competes against the likes of Honda SP 125.