Bajaj Avenger 220|| Full Detail, Price in Nepal

The Avenger has seen a host of engine transplants through its tenure. In 2005 Bajaj Auto plonked the indigenously conceived 178cc DTSi motor from the Pulsar 180 DTSi into the Eliminator albeit in a different tune and re-badged it as the Avenger. Two years later, the 198cc DTSi engine from the Pulsar 200 also made its way onto the Avenger. These strategic developments allowed the Pune-based bike-maker to price the new Avenger competitively and bring it into the affordable price-band but without letting the Avenger brand lose its lustre. While demand for the sportier Pulsars and Karizmas sky-rocketed amongst the masses, those looking for a

comfortable, stylish and laid-back motorcycle took to the Avenger without any qualms.

In its newest iteration armed with an all-new 220cc motor borrowed from Bajaj Auto’s flagship, Pulsar 220 DTSi, the Avenger packs in more grunt and thrust to cover distances with lesser efforts but more thrills. Since its inception, the Avenger has turned heads and it has been one of most gorgeous bikes to have rolled out of the Bajaj factory. In its newest form, there are no amends made to the new Avenger’s exterior design apart from fresh graphics but it still retains its confident poise and low-rider persona. The ergonomic triangle of handlebar-footpegs-seat is perfectly designed which makes for a very relaxed and laidback riding position without the rider having to stretch his arms to reach the handlebars. The lightweight aluminium footpegs too are placed correctly to accommodate lanky fellows as well as shorties like yours truly – ideal for the Avenger’s intended use to cover distances without exhausting the rider over long hauls. A different aspect of the Avenger is also its versatile nature that is often seen missing in big, burly cruisers. For instance, despite its stretched wheelbase and extended rake with a bulk of 154kg, the Avenger is still one of the easiest bikes to ride in crowded city traffic. This underlines the all-around performance of the Avenger as an everyday bike as well as a trusty set of wheels for long distance touring.  Ergonomically, the Avenger has always had the right ingredients – low saddle, wide and raised handlebars and feet-forward peg positioning together give it a true-blue cruiser-like riding posture along with oodles of style.

The price of Bajaj Avenger 200 in Nepal is Rs 266,900.

Summary of Bajaj Avenger Street 220 Standard

Engine Displ.: 220 cc
Power: 18.76 bhp @ 8400 rpm
Mileage: 45 Kmpl
No Of Gears: 5 Speed
Fuel System: Carburetor
Head Lamp: 55 / 60 W
Wheels Type: Alloy
Tubeless Tyres: Y
Standard Warranty (Years): 2

Technical Specifications of Bajaj Avenger Street 220 StandardExpand All

Engine Type: Twin Spark, 2 Valve, DTS-I Engine Oil Cooled
Engine Displacement (CC): 220 cc
Power (PS@rpm): 18.76 bhp @ 8400 rpm
Torque (Nm@rpm): 17.5 Nm @ 7000 rpm
Bore: 67 mm
Stroke: 62.40 mm
No Of Cylinders: Y
Drive Type: Chain Drive
Valves (per cylinder): 2
Fuel System: Carburetor
Fuel Type: Petrol
Ignition: Digital Twin Spark Ignition
Type: Manual
No Of Gears: 5 Speed
Brakes Front: Disc
Brakes Rear: Drum
Performance and Fuel economy
Overall (km/l): 45 Kmpl
Top Speed (Km/h): 118 Kmph
Chassis and Suspension
Chassis Type: Tubular Double Cradle
Suspension-Front: Telescopic With Anti Friction Bush
Suspension-Rear: Twin Shock Absorber
Tyres and Wheels
Tyre Size (Front): 90/90 – 17
Tyre Size (Rear): 130/90-15
Wheel Size: Front :-17 inch, Rear :-15 inch
Tubeless Tyres: Y
Wheels Type (Pressed Steel/ Alloy): Alloy
Length*Width*Height: 2177*801*1070
Wheelbase(mm): 1490 mm
Ground Clearance (mm): 169 mm
Fuel Capacity (Litres): 14 Ltrs
Kerb Weight: 150 Kg
Battery: 12 V – 9 Ah
Head Lamp: 55 / 60 W
Projector head light: N
Pilot Lamps: N
LED tail lights: N