Bajaj Pulsar, Dominar, Platina, Avenger get India's first 'hat-trick' deal: Details

Bajaj Pulsar, Dominar, Platina, Avenger get India’s first ‘hat-trick’ deal: Details

Bajaj Auto Ltd has announced a ‘Hat-trick offer’, which is basically a package of three sub-offers for Bajaj motorcycles purchased in the month of July 2018. The highlight of this offer is the new five-year warranty that’s being offered across all Bajaj bikes including the Bajaj Pulsar range, the Avenger range, and the Dominar. The five-year warranty on the Bajaj bikes comprises of the two-year standard warranty along with an additional three-year warranty that covers the engine.

Also, Bajaj is offering the first-year insurance for free. To further sweeten the deal, Bajaj Auto Ltd is also offering another year of free service on all its motorcycles. However, it’s worth mentioning here that the first-year free insurance isn’t being offered on all the motorcycles. The bikes that are being sold with the free first-year insurance include the Bajaj Pulsar 150, Bajaj Pulsar NS 160, Bajaj V12, Bajaj V15, Bajaj Discover and Bajaj Platina. The Dominar and the Avenger range misses out on the free insurance offer. That said, the free two-year service offer is applicable on all the motorcycles in the Bajaj portfolio. The new hat-trick offer from Bajaj Auto Ltd. covers only new motorcycles that will be sold in the month of July 2018. Any motorcycle that’s sold before 1st July 2018 isn’t covered under this offer.

Other than these three highly attractive sub-offers, Bajaj has also updated the finance options for its motorcycles. All Bajaj models are now available at a low rate of interest and a low down-payment. Bajaj, which is currently one of the most popular motorcycle manufacturers in India, plans to launch an all-new range of Bajaj Pulsar motorcycles in the near future. These motorcycles will comply with the government’s upcoming safety norms. As per these norms, all motorcycles with an engine displacement above 125cc and launched post 1st April 2018 will have to be equipped with ABS. On the other hand, motorcycles that were launched after 1 April 2018 but have an engine size of less than 125cc should come with CBS.

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