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  • Q. Is Bajaj Avenger Street 220 discontinued?

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 month ago

    No, the Bajaj Avenger Street 220 has got a BS6 version. You can click on the following link to check the details of the bike - Bajaj Avenger Street 220.

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    Sanit
    Sanit | 1 month ago

    @ Zigwheels | No, the Bajaj Avenger Street 220 has got a BS6 version. You can click on the following link to check the details of the bike - Bajaj Avenger Street 220.

    Bikes chahiye sir ji avenger street bs6 220

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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

  • 3.4

    I use my bike for daily office purpose have done a tunning to get good mileage The bike is smooth very silent and no vibration .You can easily use it on a speed of constant 60kmph.The maintenance cost is really negligible.Approximately my bike I have driven 22000 km .Still both tyres are well have only changed the chain spoket and battery once .The problem I faced was the braking of the bike that makes the bike slip , buy once you understand the moment you will be the master on the road.I have done rides from Mumbai to daman.And also to lonavala easily.I guess was a good choice for me , then too I would recommend if you have a medium height body.If you are above 5 11 would will find it a little uncomfortable and back pain as the weight comes on your back .That's it.Keep riding and rocking.

  • 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.

  • 3.8

    Worst service popular Bajaj Bengaluru. Bennerughatta Road. My bike gets switched off, if I park for 15 to 20 minutes in sunlight. I have to open the fuel tank and leave it for 3 minutes and then it starts. This complaint was there from the day I bought. They could not rectify. Every service they promise that it will be solved. When I take the bike out in the evening, I cannot check, since no sunlight. They bike is good to drive.

  • 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.

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