Here, we would suggest you to go for 220cc variant. 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.
I think 180 is better because it has more mileage but 220 is better than it because it has oil cooler and gives you better performance.
Go for 220. My experience with 150 - I have done leh ladakh and spiti
valley without any trouble.
Bajaj Avenger Street 180 STD gives a mileage of 48.02 kmpl in highway, as tested by our experts. Although, mileage depends on one's riding style and how the vehicle is maintain. As of now, we haven't get reported gear issue in Bajaj Avenger Street 180.
No gear problem. It depends upon driving habits and maintenance of bike
Mileage is good, 30+ in hills and in plains 35+.
I experience 47 to 49 in both highway and city together
Sir mileage is better in 180 street because it have a less cc engine then cruise. Cruise have around 30-35 mileage.Looks make you royal in cruise and make you sporty tourer in street avenger.Performance wise avenger cruise is winner.Comfort wise no doubt blindly avenger cruise is best
On looks and comfort, 220 cruise is anyday a hands-on winner for me. On mileage, 180 cruise is reportedly better, naturally because of a lighter, newer fuel efficient engine.
Jeet bro how is the bike, in spare quality, mileage & over all what are complaints faced by u in ur avenger. pls answer bcoz i m waiting for buying the new avenger 220 cruise abs model. Will i buy it or not. pls give a true answer.
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. 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. On the other hand, Bajaj Avenger 180 replaces the Avenger 150 for a price bump of Rs 5,000. For this premium, it not only gets more power than the model it replaces but also its rival, the Suzuki Intruder 150. The style and feature upgrades have given it a modern look, while not feeling overly done, unlike the Intruder 150. Add to that Suzuki’s asking price of around Rs 15,000 over the Bajaj Avenger 180 and the Bajaj comes across as a great value-for-money motorcycle. More so, when you can use the saved cash to buy a good set of riding gear for those long weekend rides. Ultimately, it boils down to your requirement. Do take a test ride in order to judge your riding comfort.
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. 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 in this segment.
Actually, till the gear box design of Avenger 220 is not revised / rectified properly,(I am suffering/ weeping with the same since last so many years) along with anumber of other vital and fatal designing defects in this vehicle, I must claim, it has never been worth riding and is a sample of poor craftsmanship, inefficient andbadly engineered design and employment of under-specification electrical andmechanical components.
Bajaj Avenger is a very good big looking heavy bike but when you drive you will be user friendly soon and you can enjoy the heavy look bike pickup and when you think about such type of how will you prove the loop I don't think about average enjoy the by enjoy the look feel the by you can drive this bike for long drive and in shorter height so that you close to the road so you will not afraid that that's what I mean and about maintenance the mainly what I have filled the problem in clutch plates but it will also come after very very long time not easily it's depend on your operating and how long you drive how so rough you drive and other point is silencer is very close to the road so whenever you take your bike in Reverse to take a taking out from the parking be careful your silencer will not hit on somewhere else like on the divider or any other stone its happen again and again your to change the silencer that's will be at can be the other problem there is no any such heavy maintenance I have filled only just car clutch plate and the silencer and they're all small things depend on the good luck and bad luck with your wires and some other things are that is not a part of the maintenance is part of the law enjoy your drive please very good bye I drive this bye since 2004 till now I have the bike about despite when launch in 2004 of aaai something I don't remember that thank you enjoy your drive I record all this thing by the voice Sorry
I don't know on what basis people are commenting .... May be they felt like that but my personal experience says that don't go for any avenger bikes , you might experience the worst experience . Bajaj Dtsi engine heats up like hell and it doesn't give good average as well . Every 2nd to third day you have to fill petrol 500 rupees which I don't think is affordable for anyone . Only good thing it's comfortable but based on that review one shouldn't buy . My advice is that you should go for any Honda bike or Enfield both are best .
The Bajaj Avenger 180 replaces the Avenger 150 for a price bump of Rs 5,000. For this premium, it not only gets more power than the model it replaces but also its rival, the Suzuki Intruder 150. The style and feature upgrades have given it a modern look, while not feeling overly done, unlike the Intruder 150. Add to that Suzuki’s asking price of around Rs 15,000 over the Bajaj Avenger 180 and the Bajaj comes across as a great value-for-money motorcycle. More so, when you can use the saved cash to buy a good set of riding gear for those long weekend rides. Bajaj Avenger 180: First Ride Review - https://bit.ly/2DcOwAP
A cruiser is all about comfort and Bajaj could have done well to replace the previous conventional rear shocks with gas-charged Nitrox units from its Pulsar and Dominar range. The bigger grab rail and longer seat of the Avenger will be a boon in supporting their backs on longer journeys. The suspension setup is more attuned towards comfort than sharp handling. You have two tyre options: MRF radials or Eurogrip. Our test bike came with MRF tyres which provided good grip in most conditions. That said, you can go ahead with it but we would suggest you to have a look at Suzuki Intruder as well. Bajaj Avenger 180: First Ride Review - https://bit.ly/2DcOwAP Suzuki Intruder 150 vs Bajaj Avenger Street 180: Comparison Review - https://bit.ly/2LLk89T
Yes you can consider this bike as a good option but rear suspension travel is really less to absorb all the bumps and protect you. Mileage is 44-46 KMPL in city. Considering your back pain, please test ride TVS victor. I am in love with its wide seat and Series spring suspension at rear.
Hi Manish, for back aches, I can surely tell that this machine can handle it. One friend of mine has modified rear suspension with Nitrox filled genuine RE, and it has turned well. You can also think over it. But for more comfort, consider test riding Cruise 220 also.
For this, we would suggest you walk into the nearest authorized service centre as they will be the better person to assist you. You can click on the following link to see the details of the nearest dealership and selecting your city accordingly - Bike Showrooms
Yes, the Royal Enfield Classic 350 has a good comfort on its seats as well as while driving. As there are suspensions under the seat as well. For a better idea, you can have a test ride on the bike by visiting the nearest dealer in your city. You can click on the following link to see the details of the nearest dealership and selecting your city accordingly - Dealers.
Go for 220 cruise with little bit modified seat modified from your local market seat Cover shop with extra cushioning will enjoy your ride have fun. All the best
There are a number of options available in the market for a good commuter bike with safety features such as disc brake options, ABS, etc. Some of the options are Yamaha MT 15, Bajaj Pulsar 150, TVS Apache RTR 160 4V, Mahindra Centuro, Bajaj Platina 110 H Gear, TVS Victor, Honda CB Shine, Mahindra MOJO XT 300, etc. However, selecting one would depend on your preference of budget, brand/model, features, usage, maintenance costs, etc. You may click on the given link and explore the available options, also you may apply filters as per your requirement and refine your search: New Bikes In order to know which bike would be a more suitable companion, we'd recommend taking a test ride. Please click on the following link and select your city accordingly for the dealership details - New Bike Showrooms
My experience with Bajaj is not gud but can go with Hero. Specially glamour new model is gud in everything look, milage, performance etc.
Hello Saumyadeep hope riding good with your avy and all the best for future rides, Saumyadeep if you and other avy riders want to make better performance of brakes then periodically clean the rear drum from rust and dirt particals and break leathers every time should be in perfect condition after all its a matter of safety. And above all check the front disc brake oil level should be upto the mark. Go ahead and ride safe.
We would suggest you to visit the nearest authorized Service center so that you may get the required assistance regarding the functionality of the brakes. However, ABS is an EMU controlled braking unit which is very useful during the panic situations as it stops the wheels to jam which helps the rider get better control over the bike.
Practice with guards and know about your vehicle and your style how u brake
I will suggest you to buy Pulsar 150 classic....because the price of Pulsar 150 classic is identical to shine sp but the performance of Pulsar is more better than shine sp....and you will also get a powerful bike....the milage of this two bikes are same
Which good bike to Purchase Shine SO or X blade.I have purchased CB Shine 9 years back .I am totally confused which bike to buy.
Cb shine is good for overall performance and pickup
Hi, being 5.10ft Avenger and aprilla wont go with your style (My Opinion). Rather Unicorn would be a good option and as u said if u r slow rider and short distance traveller, man I have to say! this bike will not only give u full comfort but will run for years without any trouble. It has amazing Milage will run like a true side winger as Honda claims. Its silent engine will give premium feels on ride. I would suggest once go for a test ride for CB Unicorn 150cc. Other than this Aprilla gives u same power as Unicorn and also travelling short distance is beneficial on scooters as they run on less gas as compared to Unicorn.Good Luck!
Unicorn is the most proven vehicle on road till date. However, if you opt for Aprilia SR 150, this Italian make is also equally good with proven track record worldwide.
For comfort, grip on road its Unicorn.For style statement,instant pick up others