A New Bajaj Avenger bikes is best opt for bike lovers

Bajaj has newly launched the much-awaited 2016 Avenger series in India. The company has launched 3 New Avengers, out of which 2 are 220cc and one is an all-new entry-level 150cc Street, as Avenger 220 Street, 220 Cruise and 150 Street, Bajaj has targeted wider range customers this time and the company is pretty confident that the new range will help them increase the overall sales of Avenger series in India.

Which New Bajaj Avengers would you choose?
Bajaj Street 150
Bajaj Street 220
Bajaj Cruise 220

The most affordable Avenger is the Street 150 and it is powered by a 149cc air-cooled engine, which develops maximum power of 14.3 BHP @ 9000 rpm (14.54 PS) with maximum torque of 12.5 NM @ 6500 rpm.

The engine is mated to a 5-speed gearbox and the seat height has been increased by 15mm in comparison to the old model of Avenger, it now stands at 725mm. The ground clearance of the bike is 169mm with a kerb weight of 148 kg. The fuel tank capacity of Avenger 150 is 14 litres. Avenger 150 is priced at Rs. 75,000 (ex-showroom Delhi).
Bajaj Avenger Street 220 and Cruise 220 are powered by the same 219.9cc engine and it generates maximum power of 18.8 Bhp @ 8400 rpm (19.03 PS) with maximum torque of 17.5 Nm @ 7000 rpm. The engine is air-cooled with an oil-cooler and it is mated to a 5-speed gearbox.

The ground clearance of the bike is 169mm with a kerb weight of 150 kg for the Street 220 and 155 kg for the Cruise 220. The fuel tank capacity of Avenger 220 is 14 litres. Avenger 220 Street and 220 Cruise are priced at Rs. 84,000 (ex-showroom Delhi).

 

1. The new Bajaj Street 220 and Cruise 220 derive their power from the same 220cc DTS-i engine that used to power the discontinued model. This engine produces a maximum power output of 19bhp at 8400rpm, while yielding a peak torque of 17.5Nm at 7000rpm. (In picture: Bajaj Avenger Street 220)

2. The entry-level model, the Bajaj Avenger Street 150 shares its engine with the older Pulsar 150. Though, the company has tuned its engine for 10 per cent better torque. The 150cc, single-cylinder engine churns out 14.5bhp and 12.5Nm. (In picture: Bajaj Avenger Street 150)

3. The new Bajaj Pulsar Cruise 220 looks more or less similar to the discontinued model, but looks refreshing with more chrome elements. It also gets a new radiator, new exhaust, revised side grabs and a new handlebar. (In photo: Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220)
4. While the Cruise 220 gets chrome treatment, the new Bajaj Avenger Street 220 get matte black paint with silver finish. It also gets new alloy wheels, lower and flatter handlebar for better city riding and new graphics. (In photo: Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220)
5. The Bajaj Avenger Street 150 shares all its design elements with the Street 220 except for its colour. The Street 150 comes in a midnight blue colour shade. (In picture: Bajaj Avenger Street 150)
6. Besides the aforementioned changes, the new Bajaj Avenger range also gets a brand new insignia, improved rear suspension, clear lens indicators, low slung seats and bright while light headlamps. (In picture: Bajaj Avenger Street 220)

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