Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220 consist of a set of LED DRLs that flank the halogen-lit headlamp from either side. Moreover, the headlight offers decent visibility at night and the beam goes right on the road. For a better understanding of performance and riding comfort, we would suggest you to take a test ride. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.
It would be unfair to give a verdict here as the RTO rate may vary depending on your city. Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220 retails in the range of Rs. 1.24 Lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). You may click on the given link and select your desired city for an estimated on-road price including RTO and insurance.
Cruise 220 is best for city & Long Driving. I'm using this bike for the past one year. Its comfort is awesome. Its a better option for daily use & Long Drives. For the past one year I have traveled 6 long drives. Comfort and suspension is excellent.
Both cruise 220 and street are having same heart ,that is 220cc engine but 220 cruise is looking more classic with its lots of chrome inserts and additionally a wind shield but you should wait till 2019 for new govt. Norms for ABS mandatory for theses bike because I am riding 220 cruise and I am little disappointed with its braking . So as per me u should wait till 2019 for ABS version of avenger range.
If you're looking out for the 220cc engine, then its up to you w.r.t the looks. If you're more of that street rider, then look for the Street. Its got the handle bars designed for the streets. Cruise is got more of that highway riding posture. Its more comfortable on the highways and if you're from a place where you got good roads, less traffic, then go for the Avenger Cruise 220.
Yes you can. Both Rims and Tyres (Front and Rear) will change. Ask the Bajaj showroom workshop manager/Service engineer to replace your existing rims and tyres with the Avenger Street 220 tyres. Avenger Street has Tubeless tyres and Alloy rims. This will cost you in the range of 8,000/- to 10,000/- (all inclusive). Don't buy alloy rims from market as you will get only 1/2 designs hardly available due to no demand and that too from a not so reliable manufacturer with no warranty.
I am using 2008 Avenger 200 till date in Mumbai and i am travelling daily 100 Km . i never change clutch plate and it almost 60,000 km running. Its 5 star bike who uses for long trips. i am getting 35 km/lit. Change your engine oil regularly with best quality oil. which in turn reduce your maintenance cost
You are absolutely right. Clutch plate is a big problem. I changed in 9000km. Now it's 12000 and again I feel gear shifting is not smooth. Battery alternator regulator died and naturally battery also gone. But I should agree that the drive is good and I really enjoy.
Above 45 speed u apply brake back wheel skids. Clutch plate to be changed every 6 months. Turning radius low Otherwise it is an excellent bike
Avenger Cruise is stell spoke rim with tube and 200 street is with black alloy and tube less. If you are planning to ride it city than tube less or with tube does not make much of difference, because I am owning a cruise and as of now I have not face any problem.
Front MRF R17 110/90 with tube and rear R15 130/90 with tube. You can't use tubeless types with spokes wheel rim. You have to get an alloy for that.
No and never because avenger comes with spoke wheel so there is no availability of tubeless tyre..
All 2-wheeler and 4-wheeler engines go through a stress test where they run it continuously for 600 km before releasing it for production. It is practically impossible for a person to ride non-stop on Indian roads for even 100 km.
लगातार इतना km चल जाता है या बीच में कहीं-कहीं रुकना पड़ता है?
Depends on your riding style. I ride hard, and mine hits the 3.4l reserve mark at 320-330 km mark with 100 km easy in the reserve. So, 420-430 under hard riding. Push that figure to 450 if you ride your bike the way it's meant to be ridden :P