Bajaj Avenger Bike Review Indian Bikes

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Bajaj Avenger 180 DTS-i

Bajaj Avenger Bike Review

Published by Virtual India Index on November 26, 2008 – 11:35 am No Comment

Bajaj Avenger is modeled similar to Eliminator in many aspects except that the latter uses a 125CC engine whereas the former hosts a Pulsar 180 DTS-i engine.

Avenger’s wider saddle seat arrangement, special backrest for pillion rider clubbed with low center of gravity, accounts for the comfort it offers to riders. Its 60/55 watt powerful headlight takes care of rider’s security in the night riding.

Avenger’s engine comes with the DTS-i technology that offers optimized combustion, resulting in better performance.

Bajaj Avenger’s massive wheelbase of 1475 mm and heavy handlebar give excellent straight line stability. Its long-travel suspension at the front and hydraulic shock-absorbers at the rear provide a comfortable ride to the rider.

Bajaj Avenger gives a mileage of 40-45 kmpl in urban conditions.

The Technical Specifications of Bajaj Avenger are:

Regarding the dimensions and weight of the Avenger, its overall height is 1060mm, overall length measures 2185mm and overall width stands at 750mm. Its wheelbase is 1475mm, ground clearance of 162mm and kerb weight is 154kg. Avenger has a fuel tank capacity of 14 litres.

The engine of Bajaj Avenger comes with the Digital Twin Spark Ignition (DTS-i) technology and it is also air-cooled. It is a 4-stroke, single cylinder engine with a displacement of 178.6 cc.

Transmission in Bajaj Avenger is 5-speed manual transmission.

Bajaj Avenger 180 DTS-i
Bajaj Avenger 180 DTS-i

Avenger delivers a peak output of 16.5 bhp @ 8000rpm and a maximum torque of 15.22 Nm @ 6000 rpm. And Avenger is started by means of a kick start.

The front suspension of Avenger is achieved by telescopic largest stroke, 140mm and the rear suspension by triple rate spring, 5-way adjustable, hydraulic shock absorbers, vertical travel, 90 mm.

The front brakes of Avenger are hydraulically ventilated disc brakes – 262 mm and it has drum brakes – 130mm in the rear.

Coming to the price, Avenger has an ex-showroom price of anything around 62k with slight variations across the metros in India.

Overall, Avenger, yet another cruiser from Bajaj assures its rider of decent levels of comfort and security apart from ending up as a good-looking bike. It stands out in terms of looks and style combined with decent performance and gives its buyers good value for their money.

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Bajaj Avenger 180 DTS-i
Bajaj Avenger 180 DTS-i
Bajaj Avenger 180 DTS-i

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