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Bajaj Avenger

Bajaj Avenger (HT Auto photo)

₹ 1 Lakhs* Onwards

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Avenger

₹ 1 Lakhs

Expert Reviews

3 out of 5
Despite the popularity of cruisers in our country, there aren't many affordable options available in the market. Over the years, the only reasonable cruiser offering in the market has been the Bajaj Avenger series. The Avenger line-up witnessed a whole lot of different engines since its debut with a 180cc motor a decade ago, and the latest iteration is the Bajaj Avenger Street 180 which has been positioned below the Avenger 220 Cruise/Street as the new entry-level option in the range. The new motorcycle was launched last month as a replacement to the Avenger Street 150 and it now gets a new engine and revised styling. So, we took it for a quick spin to find out how it rides.At first glance, the new Avenger Street 180 doesn't look very different from its predecessor. But look closely and the design differences appear, like the skull-shaped headlamp with LED DRLs and new cowl, new tail-light, and the redesigned backrest. The seat now has a faux carbon-fibre texture and the Avenger insignia on the fuel tank is also different. Unlike a traditional cruiser, Bajaj designers have made sure that there are no chrome elements on the bike, and the all-black theme makes it look more urban and modern.Unlike the 2018 Avenger 220, which features an all-digital console, the Avenger Street 150 gets a single-pod instrument console with an analogue speedometer and digital read-out for the trip meter and odometer The fuel gauge and the tell-tale lights have been positioned on the fuel tank, and while they aren't in the rider's field of vision, they flow well with the cruiser theme Switchgear has been carried forward from the older bike and it is of good quality Overall build quality, however, is passable for the price Read More