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On December 30, 2018
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Summary:

Bajaj has the longest lists of motorcycles in the market right now. Some like Pulsar series had met with positive reception, whereas some like 400 RS and 150 AS series failed to make its mark. Despite the few bumps in the road, Bajaj continues to ride the popularity which won’t be rivaled any time soon.

With the legacy of over 60 years, Bajaj is among the top motorcycle manufacturing brands right now. Bajaj Auto is the world’s sixth-largest manufacturer, with a market capitalization of $8.9 Billion on 2015. Besides India and Nepal, it is also a fairly popular brand in Nigeria.

The company has traveled a long road to reach this point, considering that it once used to import international brands of motorcycles. Times have changed indeed, especially since Bajaj sells about 15+ different motorcycle models in Nepal right now. Among those, Bajaj continues to dominate in 150cc and 200cc categories against the competition like Honda, TVS, Suzuki, and Yamaha. So, without any further delays, let us begin with our list of Bajaj bikes price in Nepal.

Bajaj Bikes in Nepal Price
Bajaj Platina 100ES Rs. 161900
Bajaj V15 Rs. 215900
Bajaj V12 Rs. 179900
Bajaj Discover 125 Drum (Drum) Rs. 179900
Bajaj Discover 125 Disc (Disc) Rs. 187900
Bajaj Discover 125 ST Rs. 198900
Bajaj Discover 150 S Rs. 205900
Bajaj Pulsar 150 Rs. 249900
Bajaj Pulsar 150 TD Rs. 259900
Bajaj Pulsar 180 Rs. 279900
Bajaj Pulsar 220 F Rs. 311900
Bajaj Pulsar 160 NS Rs. 286900
Bajaj Pulsar 160 NS TD Rs. 286900
Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS Rs. 318900
Bajaj Avenger 180 Street Rs. 299900
Bajaj Avenger 220 Street Rs.319900
Bajaj Avenger 220 Cruise Rs. 339900
Bajaj Dominar 400(ABS) Rs. 589900

Bajaj Bikes Price in Nepal


Bajaj Platina 100ES

The rival brands often promise a slightly exaggerated mileage for their commuter segment. Unfortunately, the real-world practicability fails to deliver on that promise. However, Platina 100ES is different. Platina 100ES is among the only commuter segment motorcycle that defines fuel efficiency. It sets an example on what you think a commuter should be. And it’s not just the mileage, 2018 Platina 100ES it also comes with a few other improvements that really leads its class.

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The design doesn’t really stand out, it’s basic. You’ll get a conventional look with generic commuter segment design. But it does improve on the overall comfort without any decline in the mileage. You get a cushier seat, rubber foot pegs, and a few black painted stuff here and there. The most interesting part of the motorcycle remains its mileage. Bajaj claims the mileage to be around 96.9kmpl. According to many, Platina 100ES does somewhat live up to the claim with an amazing 70 – 80kmpl real-world mileage. If mileage is what you seek, maybe Platina 100ES will deliver what you’re looking for.

Bajaj Platina 100 ES Key Specifications

  • Displacement: 102 cc
  • Mileage: 80kmpl
  • Max Power: 8.1 BHP @ 7500rpm
  • Torque: 8.6 Nm @ 5500rpm
  • Top Speed: 90kmph
  • No. of gears: 4
  • Fuel tank: 11L
  • Braking: Front Disc and Rear Drum
  • Kerb Weight(kg): ‎108

Bajaj Platina 100 ES Price in Nepal: Rs. 1,61,900

Pros Cons
Excellent Mileage in the Segment Generic and Barebone Design
Comfortable in Real World Riding Missing Modern Features

Bajaj V15

“What if the commuter segment came with an attractive design?”. Bajaj V15 and V12 is the answer to that question. It boasts an unconventional design with its own unique headlamps, taillights, and bodywork. One simple glance at this motorcycle will surely win over any non-motorcycle enthusiasts. Because it looks sporty even though it falls under the commuter segment. It is made from the metal sourced from the INS Vikrant aircraft carrier used in the 1971 war. Along with masculine stance, it goes hand in hand with the strength and ruggedness. Moreover, it sits comfortably between the performance you might expect from Pulsar and mileage you get from Discover. With Bajaj V15, you get the best of both worlds.

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Unfortunately, there are few things both V15 and V12 misses out on. Among the unforgiving features missing out is the digital instrument cluster or at least a decent instrument cluster. Foremost, there isn’t RPM indicator and you don’t even get a single trip meter. This is really disappointing. But if you are buying this for the sole purpose of commute, do you even need an RPM indicator?

Bajaj V15 Key Specifications

  • Displacement: 149.5 cc
  • Mileage: 50 kmpl
  • Max Power: 12 PS @ 7500rpm
  • Torque: 13 Nm @ 5500rpm
  • Top Speed: 109kmph
  • No. of gears: 5
  • Fuel tank: 13L
  • Braking: Front Disc and Rear Drum
  • Kerb weight(kg): 135.5

Bajaj V15 Price in Nepal: Rs. 2,15,900

Pros Cons
Good Performance and Good Mileage Barebone Instrument Cluster
Unique Motorcycle Design  No Disc Variant
Affordable Sporty Commuter

Bajaj V12

Likewise, we have a less powerful variant of Bajaj V15 called V12. Now, it is unwittingly like its sibling, but it is rather less on the power and torque department. Another interesting difference would be the engine displacement, V12 hosts 125cc engine and V15 hosts 150cc engine. We strongly recommend both V12 and V15 as an alternative to Discover 125 and Pulsar 150 respectively. If mileage is that important, Bajaj V12 and V15 is the way to go.

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Bajaj V12 Key Specifications

  • Displacement: 124.5 cc
  • Mileage: 60 kmpl
  • Max Power: 10 PS @ 7500rpm
  • Torque: 10.98 Nm @ 5500rpm
  • Top Speed: 109kmph
  • No. of gears: 5
  • Fuel tank: 13L
  • Braking: Drum
  • Kerb weight(kg): 135.5

Bajaj V12 Price in Nepal: Rs. 1,79,900

Pros Cons
Good Performance and Good Mileage Barebone Instrument Cluster
Unique Motorcycle Design Drum Brakes in Both Tires
Affordable Sporty Commuter

Bajaj Discover 125

Discover 125 2018 has set a new definition for the entire 125cc segment bikes. It comes with a new and attractive design with 16 percent longer suspension, new textured seats, attractive tail light, and DTSi engine. It comes with the same engine specifications as its previous model. Moreover, it is among the first from Discover to feature a digital speedometer—with tachometer, odometer, and trip meter—and the only bike in its category to have new LED Daytime Running Lamp (DRL) headlight. As for the good news, Discover 125 finally gets a Disc variant.

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You don’t get much space to complain about here. You’ll get good mileage and decent performance. And, that may just be enough for a good commuter motorcycle. Although, some of you might find the design to be slightly outdated.

Bajaj Discover 125 Specifications

  • Displacement: 124.6 cc
  • Mileage: 65kmpl
  • Max Power: 11PS @ 8000rpm
  • Torque: 11Nm @ 5500rpm
  • No. of gears: 5
  • Top Speed:100kmph
  • Fuel tank: 8L
  • Braking: Twin Disc
  • Kerb Weight(kg): ‎120.5

Bajaj Discover 125 Price in Nepal (Disc): Rs. 1,87,900

Other Variants:
  • Bajaj Discover 125 Price in Nepal (Drum): Rs. 1,79,900
Pros Cons
Good Mileage and Decent Performance Outdated Design
Available in Disc Variant Low Capacity Fuel Tank
White Daytime Running Light (DRL)

Bajaj Discover 125 ST/150S

Bajaj Discover 125 ST brings fresh breath of air to the classic Discover series, by being touted as Sports Tourer. It is based on the improved chassis with a more muscular design. Moreover, it also introduces a segment-first mono-shock suspension. It hosts a comfortable new seat with improvements in handling. On the plus side, it comes in a 150cc segment as Discover 150S along with a powerful engine.

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You’ll get slight improvements over the standard Discover 125. Although, both give out similar performance and choosing between both motorcycles should be purely based on visuals. Personally, you should choose Discover 150S over 125ST. Since the 125ST model has been discontinued, it’s just a matter of time before after sales problems sets in Nepal as well.

Bajaj Discover 125 ST Specifications

  • Displacement: 124.6 cc
  • Mileage: 58kmpl
  • Max Power: 13 PS @ 8000rpm
  • Torque: 10Nm @ 5500rpm
  • No. of gears: 5
  • Top Speed:100kmph
  • Fuel tank: 8L
  • Braking: Front Disc and Rear Drum
  • Kerb Weight(kg): ‎120.5

Bajaj Discover 125 ST Price in Nepal, Disc: Rs. 1,98,900

Other Variants:
  • Bajaj Discover 150S Price in Nepal: Rs. 2,05,900
Pros Cons
Good Mileage and Decent Performance Low Capacity Fuel Tank
Modern and Sporty Design 125 ST is Discontinued in India (as of this writing)

Bajaj Pulsar 150 TD

Pulsar 150 changed the motorcycle market trend ever since its debut in late 2001. It completely changed the industry with more focus on performance rather than fuel efficacy. Seventeen years later, it is still performing strongly in the market dominated by countless other brands. So far, about three variations of the Pulsar 150 like the Classic, Standard, and Twin Disc version. This shows the very popularity and impact of Pulsar 150.

Bajaj recently launched a top-end variant, called the Pulsar 150 Twin Disc, which gets a rear disc brake as standard. It also benefits from a split seat to give the bike a sportier appeal. As far as design goes, it’s a Pulsar 180 with a 150cc engine. It is Rs. 10,000 more expensive than the standard, but kind of worth it to go for the Twin Disc version.

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If you want to go for a safer bet, Pulsar 150 is the way to go. You get a sportier motorcycle, decent mileage, and satisfying performance. And, after sales services are among top notch. You’ll have access to inexpensive spare parts, affordable service, and much more. Given the support the Pulsar brand continues to get, it won’t be outdated soon.

Bajaj Pulsar 150 TD Specifications

  • Displacement: 149 cc
  • Mileage: 45kmpl
  • Max Power: 13.8 PS @ 8000rpm
  • Torque: 13.4 Nm @ 6000rpm
  • Top Speed: 115
  • No. of gears: 5
  • Fuel tank: 15L
  • Braking: Twin Disc
  • Kerb Weight(kg): ‎144

Bajaj Pulsar 150 Price in Nepal: Rs. 2,59,900

Other Variants:
  • Bajaj Pulsar 150 (Standard) Price in Nepal: Rs. 2,49,900
Pros Cons
Available in Twin Disc Variant No Major Changes in terms of Performance
Updated Design and New Color Scheme Still Comes with the Outdated Instrument Cluster
Excellent After-Sales Experience

Bajaj Pulsar 180

Dominated in the market by its cousin, people find it hard to believe that Pulsar 180 is still on the market. After going through a recent update in 2017, it is better than ever. It gets an AHO, faux carbon fiber treatment, and attractive to color schemes. At first glance, people do confuse it for the new Pulsar 150 TD, and it shouldn’t be a big surprise. Pulsar 180 design has been carried over to the new Pulsar 150. However, it still hosts a powerful engine and a sportier design.

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But the important question is, would you buy Pulsar 180? In the market dominated by Pulsar 150s, it like trying to find a needle in a haystack. The new Pulsar 150 TD now comes with the same design and sportier look, thus, eliminating one of the reasons to buy a 180. If you want a powerful performance but the budget restricts you from getting a 220F or NS, only then go for Pulsar 180. Otherwise, just go for Pulsar 150 TD.

Bajaj Pulsar 180 Specifications

  • Displacement: 178.6 cc
  • Mileage: 35kmpl
  • Max Power: 17.02 PS@ 8500rpm
  • Torque: 14.22 Nm @ 6500rpm
  • Top Speed: 122kmph
  • No. of gears: 5
  • Fuel tank: 15L
  • Braking: Twin Disc
  • Kerb Weight(kg): ‎145

Bajaj Pulsar 180 Price in Nepal: Rs. 2,79,900

Pros Cons
Powerful Engine (in Comparison to Pulsar 150) Visually Similar to Pulsar 150 TD
Sportier Design Less Popular Among Bajaj Motorcycles

Bajaj Pulsar 220F

During its first launch, Pulsar 220F was once the fastest Indian manufactured motorcycle. It was among the first in its segment to solely performance-based motorcycle. The unique dual projector headlamp which was the highlighted feature still looks very slick. Other features like split seats, rear grab rails, LED tail lights, and clip-on handlebars just add to the already sportier motorcycle.

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Matter of fact, the design was so popular among the Pulsar fanatics. Maybe that’s why Bajaj hasn’t given the 220F any major update in a very long time. And a decade since its release, the entire motorcycle design is starting to look a little dated. The absence of ABS or outdated instrument cluster might hurt the potential sales.

However, some of you may dig the retro vibe, because 220F still enjoys some of the popularity. But this can also lead to musty sales records very soon. So, choosing the Pulsar 220F in 2018, just go with your gut.

Bajaj Pulsar 220F Specifications

  • Displacement: 220cc
  • Mileage: 35kmpl
  • Max Power: 21 PS @ 8,500rpm
  • Torque: 19 Nm @ 7,000rpm
  • Top Speed: 134kmph
  • No. of gears: 5
  • Fuel tank: 15L (3.2 reserves)
  • Braking: Twin Disc
  • Kerb weight(kg): ‎150

Bajaj Pulsar 220F Price in Nepal: Rs. 3,11,900

Pros Cons
Most Powerful Motorcycle in the Pulsar Segment Extremely Outdated Design
Bright Projector Headlamps Absence of ABS

Bajaj Pulsar 160 NS TD

After the success of NS 200, Bajaj introduced NS 160 to the market. NS 160 offered performance and mileage at a low cost. Improving on its predecessor, NS 160 is now replaced by the twin disc variant offering more wider tires and improved braking. So, it no longer suffers from the small tires, which was one of the major problems. Other features include digital speedometer, digital fuel gauge, electric start, digital trip meter, LED Taillamp and many more.

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Being placed a notch above the Pulsar 150, it retains all the design element from its bigger sibling. It is also being rumored to get a single ABS channel in 2019.

Bajaj Pulsar 160 NS TD Specifications

  • Displacement: 160.3 cc
  • Mileage: 35kmpl
  • Max Power: 15.5 PS @ 8500rpm
  • Torque: 14.6 Nm @ 6500rpm
  • Top Speed: 120kmph
  • No. of gears: 5
  • Fuel tank: 12L
  • Braking: Twin Disc
  • Kerb Weight(kg): 142

Bajaj Pulsar 160 NS TD Price in Nepal: Rs. 2,59,900

Pros Cons
More Affordable in NS Segment Tires to Body Ratio Still Disproportionate
Available in Twin Disc Variant
Good Mileage

Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS

Relaunched in 2017, Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS brought in cosmetic updates like the dual-tone paint scheme. Offering excellent performance along with a muscular design, it comes with triple spark-ignition and liquid-cooled engine. Moreover, it uses a steel perimeter frame and a box section swingarm, and unique underbelly exhaust. Since Pulsar 150, it is the top selling performance motorcycle from Bajaj.

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Bajaj NS200 Specifications

  • Displacement: 199.5cc
  • Mileage: 30kmpl
  • Max Power: 23.17 PS @ 9500rpm
  • Torque: 18.3 Nm @ 8000rpm
  • Top Speed: 136kmph
  • No. of gears: 6
  • Fuel tank: 12L
  • Braking: Twin DIsc
  • Kerb Weight(kg): ‎152

Bajaj NS200 Price in Nepal: Rs. 3,18,900

Pros Cons
Excellent Performance among the Bajaj Motorcycles Below Average Mileage
Sportier and Aggressive Look
Liquid-cooled Engine

Bajaj Avenger 180 Street

Let’s start with a bit of a story. Bajaj introduced its customer with a Cruiser motorcycle in 2005. Ever since its first launch, Avenger has been synonymous as the only cruiser motorcycle in India and Nepal.

Avenger 180 Street is the entry-level cruiser motorcycle in the Bajaj’s Avenger line up. Replacing the ever-so-popular Avenger Street 150, it hosts many new upgrades. Among those upgrades, it shares the atheistic similarities with the Avenger 220 like all-black treatment. As for the engine, it is derived from Pulsar 180 although the performance output is comparatively lower. This isn’t really a bad thing. Bajaj has significantly refined the engine with a better low-end punch.

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You’ll find the built appropriately for cruising through the urban roads. While fun, on longer rides you might start to get slightly uncomfortable due to the riding position. It may be a bit of a stretch to call Bajaj’s Avenger an “affordable Harley Davidson” because it still competes with Suzuki Intruder 150 for that title. But it does give one of its kind vibes that one cannot deny.

Bajaj Avenger 180 Street Specifications

  • Displacement: 180cc
  • Mileage: 40kmpl
  • Max Power: 15.3PS @ 8400rpm
  • Torque: 13.7Nm @ 7000rpm
  • Top Speed: 115kmph
  • No. of gears: 5
  • Fuel tank: 14L (3.4L reserve)
  • Braking: Single Front Disc and Rear Drum
  • Kerb weight(kg): ‎155

Bajaj Avenger 180 Street Price in Nepal: Rs. 2,99,900

Pros Cons
Affordable Cruiser Motorcycle Uncomfortable for Tall Riders
All-Black Design Average Performace in Comparision

Bajaj Avenger 220 Street

Likewise, Avenger 220 Street brings everything to the table that its 180 Street did, but with a much powerful the engine. Featuring cool perks like an all-black paint scheme, black exhaust, black painted engine. It’s uncanny how much the design resemblance with Harley Davidson Street 750. Maybe that was their plan all along. However, Bajaj does add few unique perks that make it an Avenger motorcycle and not a Harley Davidson copycat.

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Bajaj Avenger 220 Street Specifications

  • Displacement: 220cc
  • Mileage: 35kmpl
  • Max Power: 19.03 PS @ 8400rpm
  • Torque: 17.5 Nm @ 7000rpm
  • Top Speed: 115kmph
  • No. of gears: 5
  • Fuel tank: 14L (3.4L reserve)
  • Braking: Single Front Disc and Rear Drum
  • Kerb weight(kg): ‎155

Bajaj Avenger 220 Street Price in Nepal: Rs. 3,19,900

Pros Cons
All-Black Design Not Available in Twin Disc Variant
Good Performance
Excellent for City Riding

Bajaj Avenger 220 Cruise

Among the many customers, the dilemma to choose between “kind of” the similar motorcycle can be excruciating. Considering a budget, it might make the decision easier but that isn’t always the case. Bajaj’s Avenger represents this exact dilemma.

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For example: between Avenger 220 Cruise vs Avenger 220 Street, which one should you choose?

Avenger 220 Cruise takes a more classic approach. The design is a huge inspiration from the classic Avenger 150. It gets a spook wheel with plenty of chrome treatment all-around. The handlebar is slightly more raised. However, the 220 Cruise comes with a slightly smaller fuel tank and considerably more heavyweight.

Both motorcycles showcase the “cruise” style with similar engine and performance. So, is the difference purely visual? Well, no. Avenger 220 Cruise is tweaked for touring. Giving you more comfortable rides, long distance traveling, and more refined highway performance. This is the true cruiser. Likewise, Avenger 220 Street is tweaked for city riding. Giving you easy maneuvering, cornering, and good mileage. Consider it as a cruiser from outside, a commuter from inside.

Bajaj Avenger 220 Cruise Specifications

  • Displacement: 220cc
  • Mileage: 35kmpl
  • Max Power: 19.03 PS @ 8400rpm
  • Torque: 17.5 Nm @ 7000rpm
  • Top Speed: 115kmph
  • No. of gears: 5
  • Fuel tank: 14L (3.4L reserve)
  • Braking: Single Front Disc and Rear Drum
  • Kerb weight(kg): ‎155

Bajaj Avenger 220 Cruise Price in Nepal: Rs. 3,39,900

Pros Cons
Classic Avenger Design Not Available in Twin Disc Variant
Good Performance
Excellent of Highway Riding

Bajaj Dominar 400

At the end of the list, we reach the Bajaj’s flagship motorcycle: Dominar 400. Taking inspiration from Ducati Diavel, it was initially supposed to be called Pulsar 400 CS. It is one of the sportiest and (dare I say sexiest) motorcycle out there. It gets the aggressive muscular look with the LED headlamps, dual instrument cluster, sculpted fuel tank, and stretched wheelbase. But it is not limited to just design, it also delivers in term of power and performance.

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Being the flagship, you’ll get the best of everything. You’ll get one of the largest disc brakes: 320mm disc up front and 230mm disc at the rear. Top that with 6-speed gearbox (with slipper clutch), Dual-channel ABS, modern Fuel Injection, triple spark engine, monoshock suspension, and radially-mounted brake calipers. You’ll understand why it worth every penny you pay for!

While Dominar 400 got so much of it right, there is one thing that might still bug you. Bajaj claims that you will get the mileage of 35kmpl. In average city riding conditions, the mileage is well below that, leaving you with a constant need for refueling. Ujwal Shrestha, TechLekh Editor, spends Rs. 100 each day on refueling his Dominar. In long-term use, it will add up. You might want to consider that before fully committing.

Bajaj Dominar 400 Specification

  • Displacement: 373.3cc
  • Mileage: 25-30 kmpl
  • Max Power: : 35 PS@ 8500 rpm
  • Torque: 35 PS @ 6500 rpm
  • Top Speed: 156kmph
  • No. of gears: 6
  • Fuel tank: 13L
  • Braking: Disc with Dual-Channel ABS
  • Kerb weight(kg): ‎182

Bajaj Dominar 400 Price in Nepal: Rs. 5,89,900

Pros Cons
Sportier And Aggressive Design Poor Mileage
Excellent Performance
FI-Engine along with Bright LED Lights

Our say

None can rival the popularity set by Bajaj motorcycles in the past few decades. It is what Hero Honda used to be in the late 1990s. Showcasing various different segments of motorcycles, making a perfect match for any type of riders. Whether you are a performance lover or hardworking commuter or someone in between, Bajaj has a motorcycle specifically for you! While other brands continue to follow the generic trends, Bajaj sets them. This is what makes the Bajaj stand out from the crowd.

Bajaj has the longest lists of motorcycles in the market right now. Some like Pulsar series had met with positive reception, whereas some like 400 RS and 150 AS series failed to make its mark. Despite the few bumps in the road, Bajaj continues to ride the popularity which won’t be rivaled any time soon.


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