Bajaj avenger 220cc review

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Bajaj Avenger 220cc

We brought to you the confirmed news of the of Avenger 220 on June and here we come again the actual snaps of the bike with a detailed first

Actually, it was just a wait of before we saw Bajaj took step.

Avenger has been a product in this segment in and currently doesn’t have any competition to bother about.

tried their bit with the Enticer which did not yield the expected results.

And if you feel we are forgetting the Royal Enfields, we don’t feel there is any (we mean ANY) competition these two brands.

Bulleteersare a creed! A ‘soft’ bike Avenger is majorly an attraction for youth who want to own a comfortable bike.

Avenger’s Life

ELIMINATOR

It all started with the ‘Eliminator’, the bike which was a product, essentially, and created a furore in the market when it was in 2001 in India.

It was a big gamble Bajaj as the market back was majorly confined to smaller

A price tag of over 90k back meant a moon for the masses.

Eliminator had a 174cc engine directly from Kawasaki’s which was capable of producing of maximum power and 13.7Nm of torque.

EL175, as it was called in the stables, enjoyed a good of success until 2005 Bajaj decided to revamp the concept; and Avenger, the most cruiser experience was born!

180…


Bajaj stopped and launched a similar looking on 10th June 2005 happens to be the birthday for Rahul with a different engine and a 30k slash!

This huge was attributed to the fact that the shared the same engine from the then eldest Pulsar 180 DTSi and all the parts indigenous Indian, manufactured and by Bajaj locally.

Under tune, Avenger’s 178.6cc engine produced 16.5 bhp of power belting out 15.22 Nm of torque similar to Pulsar 180

AVENGER 200…

After a run, Bajaj decided to the bike with Pulsar mill and Avenger 200 was introduced in with a very little increase and an introduction of ‘Oil on this bike.

The 198.8cc air (with oil cooler) mill of was tuned to a different tune the Pulsar 200s and produced a 17.5PS (@8000rpm) of max power and (@6000) of swirling torque in to Pulsar 200s 18PS and respectively.

With each iteration the has been enhanced (probably the Eliminator’s!) and riders have close to simulating a more like experience.

AVENGER

In comes another upgrade to the and this time it has been with ‘The Fastest Pulsar 220 DTSi’sheart.

Avenger as Bajaj calls it, takes the a step ahead and up close to the Like God’ theme the has been known for.

is what Bajaj has in offering the new product.

ENGINE TUNE…

Up the 198.8cc engine of the Avenger the new bike churns out a 21cc displacement of 219.89cc.

Avenger 220 a 4 …, single cylinder, air (with Oil Cooler), DTSi borrowed from Pulsar

Power output is up by 1.5PS to Ps and is generated at 400 rpm over the variant at 8400rpm.

Torque has bumped by 0.8Nm and the bike now twirling torque which at 1000rpm late @ 7000rpm.

The that peak figures are at slightly higher rpms to the slightly changed character of the which is now expected to be relaxed in under high speed cruising.

However, as compared to 220 these figures are kept low the cruiser aspect of the bike in

Factually, Avenger 220 produces 2PS of power and of torque lesser than 220.

BIGGER OIL COOLER…

The version of Avenger also had an Oil and the new bike finds itself with a bigger oil cooler has 33 percent increased area.

220 now has 4 chambers inside the oil cooler as to 3 in the earlier version to ensure cooling of the bike with power drop under needs.

NEW LOGO…

The bike exactly same as the earlier and only the rebranded badge OIL COOLED” at the side panels the bike from its earlier

ALTERED EXHAUST…

We hear the exhaust has also been with, for providing a better low end however, on the looks of it, it looks to the older version.

OMISSION OF

Similar to Pulsar 220, the does away with a starter.

The bike gets start as the sole mode of the bike to life.

With no issues reported on the earlier versions Bajaj has launched of this move doesn’t to be any worry, however, with amount of space on this Bajaj could have for a kick starter as well.

DC Ignition…

A welcome change is the of DC ignition which would the awesome 55W headlamps of the bike to shining as bright under all

IMPROVED BRAKING…

Though the remains the same 260mm the rear 130mm drum has been modified to provide control of the bike.

We hope the spongy feel of the brakes has been taken care of.

TIDBITS…

Low Battery Indicator…

220 also has an indicator which the user when the battery is low on charge to help timely of the battery.

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Dual foam seat…

Of all the seats our butts relaxed on, Avenger’s have been the most padded and bike carries the same forward.

Weight…

Despite the engine and mentioned changes, has been able to keep the under control at 154.5kgs (excluding the windshield).

Colors…

The bike be offered in same colors as the iteration: Plasma Blue, Cocktail Red, Mist Grey and Midnight Black.

Manual

Apart from the engine difference, Avenger has a manual choke right around the carburetor, in to Pulsar 220s auto

Other regulars like the fat tank capacity, dimensions, backrest, seating posture etc similar to the discontinued variant.

PRICING AVAILABILITY…

With iteration the two best possible which Bajaj have are: keep the retro-urbane constant and two, keep a sticker price.

Avenger in its 220cc avatar is dearer by Rs 4000 compared to the earlier 200 despite a bigger and more heart and the above listed

Avenger costs Rs 76,876 all the transparent windshield where 200 costed Rs 72,500.

Compare it the cheaper (of the two) variant of the mill, Pulsar 220S sells at Rs. 79,125 and Pulsar which sets your lighter by Rs 82,400.

So effectively you get a lot more upfront performance, pulling power and a relaxed at higher engine revs, all at a which is the least for this 220cc mill and offers a lot of goodies.

The bike has been available for booking in the ProBiking of the company by Bajaj and after a few procedures deliveries of the bike commence.

All prices on road as of 17th July 2010.

THE

Slight alterations in the looks to make the product feel

Black theme: A well matt finished black would look ominous on bike; let’s save it for the upgrade, Bajaj!

Kick Starter: Not really but not have been a problem if

Rear Disc Brakes: have done a world of to the bikes halting characteristics.

Soft Compound Tires: road grip always

Auto Choke: We don’t why was 220s engine robbed off feature, however nothing a big

Rear Brake hose right in front of the engine-oil window which creates an to the view of the engine oil level the window.

A possible tachometer the current mono speedo at the looks awesome).

Internal and changes of the bike would be on a road test which we try to get as soon as possible. Till then we leave you with this Look of the bike.

For FurtherInformation This Link:

http://bikeadvice.in/bajaj-avenger-220cc/

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