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Bajaj Avenger Street 220 BS6 price has been revealed. At Rs 1,15,456, the Avenger Street 220 BS6 is more expensive than the Bajaj Avenger Street 220 BS4 by Rs 11,584. All prices ex-showroom Mumbai. The BS6 Avenger 220 is also expected to feature new colour schemes along with a BS6-compliant fuel-injected 220cc engine. This motor could make slightly less power or torque in favour of cleaner emissions. In comparison, the carburetted BS4-compliant 220cc air-cooled motor with oil cooler makes 19.03PS at 8400rpm and 17.5Nm at 7000rpm.

Expect the underpinnings like the telescopic front fork and twin rear shock absorbers to remain unchanged. The bike is also likely to continue with the same 260mm front disc with single-channel ABS and a 130mm rear drum. The only rival for the Bajaj Avenger Street 220 BS6 will be the Suzuki Intruder BS6, which is likely to be launched soon.

Bajaj Avenger Street 220 Price

Bajaj Avenger Street 220 price start at Rs. 1.05 lakh (Ex-Showroom). Bajaj Avenger Street 220 is offered in only one variant - Standard.

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Avenger Street 220 Standard
220 cc | 45 kmpl
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  • Our Verdict

    The Bajaj Avenger 220 Street as the name signifies is an urban friendly cruiser offering based on the new Avenger 220 Cruise. The stealth paint job and additional cosmetic updates make it a good looking motorcycle.

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Q. Would this bike suite a 5feet 6inch guy - Avenger Street 220?
  • Up to 5 feet 6 inches there should be no bar. Any vehicle on road with lowerCenter of Gravity possess a better command, stability and road grip, but, tillthe gear box design of Avenger 220 (I am suffering / weeping with the samesince last so many years)is not rectified properly along with a number of othervital / fatal defects in the vehicle, I must claim, it has never been worth riding.
  • Avenger is great for shorter people as the seating position is quite low compared to other motorcycles
  • While sitting on the seat you would be able to put both feet on the ground allowing you to have better control for manoeuvre without fear of dropping the bike.
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Q. What about engine performance - Avenger Street 220?
  • I've owned a Pulsar couple of years ago, sold it in 2018 Feb. Within a month I bought the avenger 220. Let me tell you, I underestimated the bikes performance thinking it's not suitable for racing through traffic. I was totally proved wrong when I took the bike for the first time from Chennai to Mahabalipuram. The bike reached top speed of 140kmh and it was quicker than a Pulsar 220. The handling in traffic is beyond godlike. Never underestimate the Power of an Avenger. Bajaj has big surprises this year. Let's hope avenger 400 releases soon. Definitely sell this and buy 400 at any cost.
  • Avenger is a very reliable bike and its build and performance is actually pretty awesome surprisingly. I took the bike to top speed of 140kmh which I was amazed. But then digital metres usually have 5-10kmh difference so almost the best cruiser with top notch performance and handling the bike through traffic is godlike
  • Street 220 performs really good and satisfactory. But if you compare it to pulsar 220, it may not be too impressive. The same engine is tuned for extra performance in pulsar. Because Avenger is for comfort, and relaxed riding .too much of power may affect the smoothness of ride.
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Q. Is this useful for long drive no any back pain ,my daily runnning around 130 km . I m planning for buy 220 but confuse - Avenger Street 220?
  • Getting back pain while riding is a common think which is dependent on the posture you opt while riding. Another factor is the road and traffic which adds up to your fatigue. I cam say avenger has a very comfortable riding posture in its segment
  • 130 kms daily? wow. Avenger in a good choice for you then. but if possible hold on for sometime as they launching Avenger 400 with same specifications of dominar and the cruiser might get a body change as well due to its big engine.
  • Yes very much better for long drive no back pain at all
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Q. I took Avenger Street 220 15 days ago near Kolkata. (1.22 lakhs) Non ABS model. Is it possible to add the ABS system in it? What is the specific differencees in between two model with ABS & without ABS?
  • 1.22lakhs for Non-ABS... 😲 I purchased my bike on 1 Jan.2020 and i got it for 1.21 lakh onroad...ABS modelsecond thing, someone said that no need of ABS in this bike...but really ABS is very helpful while braking...as you know rear brake is just for name... unable to handle 220cc bike...ABS is very helpful for me...it saved me too many time from skidding...I don't know it is possible to fit ABS...But after Market ABS are not effective...So if u want to fit ABS then go for bajaj genuine ABS system...
  • As its wheel base is long their is no need of ABS for that kind of bikes ,we can easily manage it while drive
  • No bro you can't fix an company abs in this bike but u can fix an aftermarket abs to it as ur wish
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Q. I like Avenger Street 220 but problem is lot of issues arise on its speed mileage meter. and self starter. I am confused to buy or not any suggestions.
  • There is no problem in starter but problem in digital Instrument Cluster.Big problem is fuel indicator and bajaj service centres don't have solution on it...also speedometer is not calibrated ...it always show 3-4 digit more than actual speed...I have checked with my phone... Otherwise bike is absolutely fine...
  • Yes there was some problem with the starter but bajaj changed mine free of cost and the starter is absolutely ok now.There is nothing such as speed mileage meter..only speedometer and that is perfectly ok in my bike. no issues as such....and avenger street 220 has LCD display ...no problem with the speed,fuel or trip meter as well as functional time display
  • There is no such problems but all are afwahhs because there is selfstart option only so don't install further electronic accessory because it will ruin supply voltage for battery charging ,as well as there are all rumours only for starting issues I owned avenger I had not installed any aftermarket accessory so there are no any peoblems
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Bajaj Avenger Street 220 User Reviews

4.1 /5
356 Rating & 132 reviews
  • Performance
    4.2/5
  • Mileage
    3.8/5
  • Comfort
    4.5/5
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  • Maintenance Cost
    3.9/5
  • Features & Styling
    4.2/5

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  • 5.0

    I bought my avenger street 220cc bike 15 days ago and this will be my initial expression. I know i can't judge the bikes performance at this stage but this might help someone if they want to upgrade to a cruise bike or even a family bike in that matter. Lets know about my riding and bike history and a small background check i have done before buying this bike.I had upgraded from honda shine, which was my traveling companion for almost 13 years and done around 1,60,000kms in that time. I was very happy with honda and wanted to upgrade to honda unicorn but found it to be on the taller side ( i known its not bikes problem. I am a short guy 5'.5'' ;) ) Few of the other bikes i tried are pulsar 125, honda sp 125, yamaha saluto, tvs star city, and couple of other commuter bikes . I didn't try any of the rtr's, other pulsar's, hornet, fz's, suzuki's etc as i wanted a bike for family commute also.Then i tried sitting on an avenger and was instantly fell in live with the seating position and the seat comfort.Took a test drive of street 160 as i was not looking for higher cc bikes and was about to book it, but for some unknown reason i book street 220, which i think was the best decision i have made when it comes to purchase of a vehicle. I didn't go to the suzuki intruder as i didn't liked its look ( looks are subjective, you may feel otherwise).Now after 300kms and 15 days i can say this....Pro's:1. Comfortable riding experience, though it took a couple of days to get adjust to leg resting position..2. Powerful engine3. Pretty good mileage (getting 40kmpl average)4. Not too heavy5. Even though its a long bike, you will not it's uncomfortable in traffic.6. Great looks.Con's:The only con i noticed was the bajaj's quality control is pretty bad. I don't know whether the check their bikes before the delivery.My bike's handle was not aligned properly and had to get it to service center 3 times before they can get the issue fixed. Then i found the rear mud guard was off center. Found lot of gum marks of masking tapes on petrol tank and handle bars. Fuel indicator never shows proper fuel level. This one i have noticed and heard from lot of my friend's bajaj bikes. Theses are the small things that defines a company. If bajaj wants to compete with the likes of honda, yamaha, suzuki or even with TVS who in recent times have improved in their quality control a lot, it have to up its quality team's performance.Will update about service experience and long ride experience after my bike complete its 1000 odd kms.A must bye bike if you don't mind about its qc issues and fuel indicator

  • 3.8

    The updated new avenger 2018 street is a very comfortable and enjoyable bike to ride in city or Highway. The bike is totally underrated. It"s performance is way better than I imagined. It"s a real treat for the eyes and cutting through traffic is easy as a pie. The only downside is that the productions of bike during the first month of its release the self motor was carelessly defective for all bikes manufactured prior to release. Had got to change it for free at Bajaj but had to wait a week without my bike. Also I have traveled more than 20.000km on the bike, there are a lot of minor problems that comes often. Electricals and fuel mere specially are completely useless. The fuel reading is totally useless and very inaccurate. The analogue meter was a better choice for avenger. The gears slip very often and clutch problems arise every now and then. Other than these minor issues, the bike is Godlike on road.

  • 5.0

    I"ve used it for 6 yrs and 37K km now. Great bike. The performance is great and I am happy with the mileage. It"s a comfortable ride for a solitary user and one can go for hours on this bike without getting too tired. Not so comfortable for the pillion, however. One thing that is not often mentioned, but which I appreciate is the brightness of its headlight. It"s brighter than every other bike I"ve ridden. The maintenance has hardly ever been a problem. The only thing Bajaj should change are the back brakes, which are not only disappointing, but also dangerous. For a bike that"s not designed for maneuverability, disc brakes are a must. Or at least they need to be a lot better than they currently are.

  • 4.2

    Just great, nothing much to say. Missed 6 th speed and rear disk a lot though.But on long ride I felt back pain. I am 5"7 and physically fitter than average. So as per my body structure, either the handle bars should have been little closer to me or footpegs; not really rear set but towards rear compare to the way it is. My seating posture was kinda clumsy, like seating forward biased with forward set footpegs. I don"t prefer modifying stock riding dynamics so I sold it. I'll probably buy a sports bike soon, preferably RC 390. And if my budget permits an RTR 180 abs for pure commuting.

  • 1.8

    i brought this bike on Jan, unfortunately from the day 3 or so engine is getting excess HEAT complained about this many times no action taken from KHAVIRAJ Motors worst engineers irrespective of handling customer, 27th april, 19 i given 2nd service after that also no change in the engine heat now i am selling this bike :( chandra shekar, Harsha KN you are very unprofessional. Please when it comes 1st, please take immediate action. Or i have to take legal action.

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  • 3.4

    it's good for long riding very comfortable

  • 3.0

    Good for touring and comfort budget friendly bike low maintenance cost

  • 3.4

    Engine heat problem & high maintenence cost

  • 5.0

    I bought my avenger street 220cc bike 15 days ago and this will be my initial expression. I know i can't judge the bikes performance at this stage but this might help someone if they want to upgrade to a cruise bike or even a family bike in that matter. Lets know about my riding and bike history and a small background check i have done before buying this bike.I had upgraded from honda shine, which was my traveling companion for almost 13 years and done around 1,60,000kms in that time. I was very happy with honda and wanted to upgrade to honda unicorn but found it to be on the taller side ( i known its not bikes problem. I am a short guy 5'.5'' ;) ) Few of the other bikes i tried are pulsar 125, honda sp 125, yamaha saluto, tvs star city, and couple of other commuter bikes . I didn't try any of the rtr's, other pulsar's, hornet, fz's, suzuki's etc as i wanted a bike for family commute also.Then i tried sitting on an avenger and was instantly fell in live with the seating position and the seat comfort.Took a test drive of street 160 as i was not looking for higher cc bikes and was about to book it, but for some unknown reason i book street 220, which i think was the best decision i have made when it comes to purchase of a vehicle. I didn't go to the suzuki intruder as i didn't liked its look ( looks are subjective, you may feel otherwise).Now after 300kms and 15 days i can say this....Pro's:1. Comfortable riding experience, though it took a couple of days to get adjust to leg resting position..2. Powerful engine3. Pretty good mileage (getting 40kmpl average)4. Not too heavy5. Even though its a long bike, you will not it's uncomfortable in traffic.6. Great looks.Con's:The only con i noticed was the bajaj's quality control is pretty bad. I don't know whether the check their bikes before the delivery.My bike's handle was not aligned properly and had to get it to service center 3 times before they can get the issue fixed. Then i found the rear mud guard was off center. Found lot of gum marks of masking tapes on petrol tank and handle bars. Fuel indicator never shows proper fuel level. This one i have noticed and heard from lot of my friend's bajaj bikes. Theses are the small things that defines a company. If bajaj wants to compete with the likes of honda, yamaha, suzuki or even with TVS who in recent times have improved in their quality control a lot, it have to up its quality team's performance.Will update about service experience and long ride experience after my bike complete its 1000 odd kms.A must bye bike if you don't mind about its qc issues and fuel indicator

  • 4.2

    I am not using this bike but i want to buy this. On instolment.So please help me

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Avenger Street 220 Specifications

Mated to a 5-speed gearbox, the 220cc, oil-cooled motor generates 19.03PS at 8400rpm with 17.5Nm of peak torque produced at 7000rpm. Suspension duties are managed by telescopic front and twin shocks at the rear. Braking is via a 220mm front disc and a 130mm rear drum brake. The 13-litre fuel tank should offer a decent range for highway cruising. It tips the scale at 159kg (kerb), while the ground clearance stands at 169mm.

Avenger Street 220 Design and Features

Although the Avenger has been around for quite some time, it’s still one of the best looking cruisers out there. The most powerful version, the Avenger Street 220, gets a nifty-looking visor that sits above the oblong-shaped headlamp that packs LED DRLs. The updates done to the motorcycle earlier this year saw it receiving an all-digital instrument console that is amber-lit. However, you do miss out on the backrest for the pillion. Instead, you get a single-piece grab rail.

Bajaj Avenger Street 220 Competitors

Hyosung Aquila 250: Although it is not exactly a direct rival to the Avenger 220 given its pricing, the Aquila 250 does hold the distinction of being the most affordable cruiser bike with a V-twin engine on sale. It has a quintessential cruiser styling with lots of chrome, but a price tag of over Rs 2.5 lakh works against its favour.

UM Renegade Commando: The UM Renegade Commando is the closest competitor to the Bajaj Avenger Street 220. While it might not have the brand recognition that RE has, it does offer a refined and powerful engine. The large dimensions and modern cruiser styling is something that will grab a lot of eyeballs.


Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350: The Royal Thunderbird 350 is among the best cruisers that one can buy. It is easy to use for your regular city commute, while also being really good on the highway while touring. Although refinement and quality levels could be better, the Thunderbird 350 remains one of the most popular Royal Enfield machines on sale today. Having said that, the Thunderbird 500 is worth the premium in our opinion given its better performance advantage.

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The Bajaj Avenger Street 220 is a more-urban focused version of the Cruise 220. So, based on your preference and riding style, you can choose either one as they are the same underneath. Yes, the Street 220 doesn’t come with a backrest for the pillion. If that is a point of concern, the Cruise 220 is the way to go. Otherwise, the Street 220 offers fantastic value for money. The Pulsar 220-sourced engine delivers a fine balance between power and frugality, with a lot more oomph factor compared to the previous generation model. It is also the most affordable of all cruisers mentioned above.

Bajaj Avenger Street 220 Mileage

ARAI Claimed 45 kmpl
User Reported 35 kmpl