Bajaj Avenger 180

Bajaj Avenger 180


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₹ 72,800
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Bike Category (cc) 150cc-200cc
Type Cruiser
Shades/Colors Blue, Red, Black
Displacement 178.6 cc
Maximum Power 16.3 BHP @ 8000 rpm
Maximum Torque 15.2 NM @ 6000 rpm
Engine Description Single cylinder, four-stroke
Valve System OHC
Gearbox 5 Speed
Final Drive Chain
Front Brake 260mm Single disc
Rear Brake 180mm Expanding drum
Front Suspension Telescopic
Rear Suspension Triple rate springs
Front Wheel Travel 140 mm (5.5 inches)
Rear Wheel Travel 90 mm (3.5 inches)
Front Tyre 90/90-17
Rear Tyre 130/90-17
Wheel Type Spoke Wheels
Tubeless Tyres
Alloy Wheels
Ground Clearance 140 mm
Seat Height 710 mm
Wheelbase 1475 mm
Kerb/Wet Weight 154 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 14 litres
Reserve Fuel Capacity 3.4 litres
Top Speed 109 kmph
Mileage (Combined, approx.) 43 kmpl
Speedometer Analog
Tachometer Analog
Trip Meter Analog
Fuel Gauge Analog
Electric Start
Pillion Footrest
Pass Light
Pillion Backrest
Step-up Seat/Split Seat
Pillion Grabrail

Bajaj Avenger 180 Review

19 Aug, 2015 11:17 AM


Avenger 180 has always been a special machine for Bajaj as it has been the only cruiser which survived the Indian market after Yamaha Enticer. Avenger 180 has a totally different feel than all other Bajaj bikes. The basic reason behind this was the dynamics of Avenger, which even after having the same engine as the Pulsar of its time had an all new experience of riding every time you drive.

Avenger 180, as other cruiser bikes was low in height. The seat was just 710 mm, which made it popular among every category of riders, whether long or short. The production purpose was delivering comfort to the riders and that was totally fulfilled by the features on the Avenger. The pillion backrest was again a very impressive feature as the co-rider has an ease of mind while cruising at variable speeds in the traffic. The tires were low sized than the normal and a disc brake for much better braking was provided at the moment.

The Avenger 180, as the name describes, was powered by a 178.6 cc engine, producing 16.3 BHP @ 8000 rpm and 15.2 NM @ 6000 rpm. Even the rear brake on the Avenger had a 180 mm drum brake, being larger than the usual 130 mm brake size. The performance was good; it was quick and responsive with a very comfortable riding experience on the highways due to its additional 5th gear that was missing in the Enticer.

Bajaj Avenger 180 was available for INR 72,800 and currently it comes with all the same visuals, but with a 220 cc engine. Planning for a new 200 cc Avenger, with 6 speed transmission and fuel injection is on the way.

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Submitted by: Randeep Vohra | Updated On: Fri , Jul 24, 2015
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My relation with Avenger 220 is two months old only. From the day I bring it home, it has been a wow moment for me and my friends. The style of the bike conveyed me so many compliments. [..]
Best Features: Style, Comfort and Ride Quality
Pros: Excellent ride quality, Handling, Seat comfort, Style, Soothing sound
Cons: Low ground clearance, Back rest (problem for well built person)
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Submitted by: armaan taneja | Updated On: Sun , Aug 02, 2015
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Recently one of my friend has purchased Avenger 220, the look of the bike speaks it all, its just look like you are riding a Harley Davidson. [..]
Best Features: Stylish & Comfortable
Pros: Large fuel tank, comfortable for rider and pillion, stylish, powerful engine
Cons: Build quality, weak rear brakes, low powered horn
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