Bajaj Avenger 150

Bajaj Avenger 150

Ex-Showroom Price

₹ 81,000
* Delhi. May vary.


Colour Options and Price in India
Bike Variant Bajaj Avenger 150 Street
Availability Status in India Discontinued
2-Wheeler Type Cruiser
Latest Price in India Bajaj Avenger 150 Street price was Rs 81,000 before being discontinued.
Fuel Type Petrol
Colour Options Midnight Blue, Cosmic Red
Official Tagline Feel Like God
Fuel Economy
Build Quality
Value for Money
Should You Buy It? Indian has no other option for a cruiser in this segment and hence, you can choose your favorite shade and go for its with confidence.
Vehicle Overview Avenger 150 Street is actually for those who wish for a cruiser style saddle and street running dynamics. It has no direct competitor in the country and comes powered by 149cc, air cooled engine producing 14.3 BHP and 12.5 Nm of torque. Low seat height favors riders with short and average height. Avenger Street 150cc offers a very good value for money and has become one of the best-selling motorcycles in India.
Engine Details Twin Spark, 2-valve, DTS-i engine
Fuel System Carburetor
Cooling Air Cooled
Engine cc (Displacement) 149 cc
Maximum Power 14.3 HP @ 9000 rpm
Maximum Torque 12.5 NM @ 6500 rpm
Number of Cylinders 1
Ignition Digital Twin Spark Ignition
Spark Plugs Per Cylinder 2
Valves Per Cylinder 2
Number of Gears 5
Clutch Wet multiplate
Final Drive Chain
Mileage 40-50 kmpl (Approx.)
Front Brake 240mm Disc
Rear Brake 130mm Drum
Front Tyre 90/90 - 17" 49P
Rear Tyre 130/90 - 15" 66P
Front Wheel 17-inch (12-spoke)
Rear Wheel 15-inch (9-spoke)
Wheel Type Alloy Wheels
Key Features Matt Shades, Comfortable Seats, Alloy Wheels
Front Suspension Telescopic with anti-friction bush
Rear Suspension Twin Shock Absorbers
Frame (Chassis) Tubular Double Cradle Type
Overall Length 2177 mm
Overall Width 801 mm
Overall Height 1070 mm
Ground Clearance 169 mm
Seat Height 725 mm
Wheelbase 1480 mm
Kerb Weight 148 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 14 litres
Reserve Fuel Capacity 3.4 litres
Speedometer Analog
Trip Meter Digital
Odometer Digital
Fuel Gauge Analog
Low Battery Indicator
Pass Light
Battery Type VRLA
Capacity 4Ah
Voltage 12V
Head Light 55/60W (white hue headlamp)
Turn Signal Light (Front) Clear Lens
Turn Signal Light (Rear) Clear Lens
Projector Head Light
Automatic Headlamp On (AHO)
Electric Start
Engine Kill Switch
Pillion Backrest
Step-up Seat/Split Seat
Pillion Footrest
Pillion Grabrail
Miscellaneous Information
Handle Bar Street Control

Bajaj Avenger 150 Review

21 Dec, 2021 06:00 PM

Quick Review by Maxabout Team

The Bajaj Avenger finally gets a younger member for a wider audience with the launch of new Avenger Street 150. The perfect partner for a city cruiser, the motorcycle gets a really different approach from all the others on the launch list for the festive season. Even being on the lowest step of the Avenger family, the new Street 150 has its genuinely different identity with an impressive hold on a viewer's eye. The iconic Street design on a cruiser bike for a perfect head turning experience has been given to the new Avenger 150 Street. Its street control handlebar makes excellent city riding experience. The black finished alloy wheels on 150 Street and Midnight Blue body shade makes it look heavenly good. The long wheelbase, wide rear tyre and new semi-digital instrument console make it the best option in its segment.

The design of the new Street 150 basically stays the same as the last generation of Avenger 220. The same has been altered with the Street nameplate and a perfectly matching color to the identity has been provided to the Street 150. It gets the same dark treatment on all the parts where chrome used to rule in the earlier version. The short sporty exhaust looks more than perfect and the bike is an excellent example of street-based cruiser bikes. The Bajaj Avenger 150 Street measures 2177 mm in length, 801 mm in width and 1070 mm in height. It comes with a wheelbase of 1480 mm and gets a nice 169 mm of ground clearance. The bike weighs 148 kg.

The same instrument console as the old Avenger 220 has been used on Street 150 but with a small digital display for the odometer and the trip meter. The chrome parts stay black whereas the upper ring of the single handlebar mounted pod has been kept chrome. The fuel gauge and other indicators have been placed on the fuel tank. The most noticeable change on the young Avenger is its engine capacity. It gets a 149cc engine producing 14.3 BHP @ 9,000 rpm and 12.5 NM @ 6,500 rpm. The gearbox on the same is a 5-speed unit. The DTS-i motor has been used in a lower state of tune whereas the new generation of 150 cc engine produces 16.8 BHP from the same displacement. The 150 Street gets an approximate top speed of 100-105 kmph. The approx. mileage is 40-45 kmpl in city traffic conditions and 45-50 kmpl on highway. The low seat position makes the bike a comfortable riding machine for both types of roads.

Looking nearly identical to the other Avengers in terms of dimensions, the new Street 150 gets a relatively small 240 mm disc brake for the front and 130 mm of drum brake for the rear. The tyre size has been kept quite huge by using 90/90-17 for the front and 130/90-15 for the rear. The bike gets the same telescopic forks and hydraulic shock absorbers like its earlier Avenger cousin. The Avenger Street 150 is as comfortable as its elder siblings. All the Avengers share most of their parts, making each of them promising for a comfortable and easy ride. Being Street focused, the baby Avenger loses the rear backrest and the front windshield. It gets the same cushioned seats and brings no harm to your back while on tiring city rides. Its low seat height facilitates easy manoeuvrability and keeps the riders safe all the time.

Bajaj has made the Street 150 as the most beautiful and youngster oriented motorcycle from the series. Its Midnight Blue shade easily fades many of the high capacity motorcycles and makes it look the best out of all. The Avenger family can now finally focus on all the age segments of bike riders and cruiser lovers. 150 Street has no other alternative in its segment and comes as the ultimate 150cc cruiser for the Indian market. Its color scheme and dark theme make it the best looking Avenger out of all. Rest depends upon the likes of a rider, but Bajaj has finally pushed it beyond an average cruiser segment motorcycle.

Frequently Asked Questions

Most Popular FAQs for Bajaj Avenger 150
  • What are the Dimensions of Bajaj Avenger 220?
    08 Jul, 2013 | By Maxabout Team

    Bajaj Avenger 220 gets pretty impressive dimensions. It is 1650 mm long and about 900 mm high.

    The two wheeler is a cruiser type high performance motorcycle, which  grabs in 219.8 cc air cooled cockpit which delivers a max power of 19 bhp, attained at 8100 rpm and an up to the level torque of 17.5 Nm at the rate of 17.5 Nm at 7000 rpm. The wheelbase if 1475 mm long and the fuel tank capacity measures 14 liters. Total kerb weight is 154 Kg. Now, Bajaj Avenger 220 comes with a high  ground clearance of 169 mm. Its appearance is old fashioned and it carries a large round headlamps in the front.

    The windshield is not much attractive and the material quality is surprisingly high. The telescopic suspension in the front and the hydraulic absorbers at the rear section, offer you a hassle free and comfortable ride. There is an engine kill switch and it comes with a new exhaust. All in all, a tailor made cruiser for raw power freaks.

  • What is the Tyre Size of Bajaj Avenger 220?
    05 Jul, 2013 | By Maxabout Team

    The front tyre size of Bajaj Avenger 220 is 90/90 X 17. While, the rear one has 130/90 X 15.

    The bike comes powered with a 219.89 cc engine, which has four stroke and is a single potted one. Bajaj Avenger 220 offers a decent power of 19.03 Ps at 8400 rpm and a peak torque of 17.5 Nm at  mere 7000 rpm. It features an electric start and its ground clearance stands at 165 mm. The wheelbase is 1450 mm long and the seat height is about 405 mm. The fuel tank capacity is nearly 14 liters and delivers a healthy fuel economy of 49.8 km/l, under standard conditions. The battery equipped is maintenance free and it comes with new aluminum foot pegs with a rubber damper. The braking system is much efficient and the suspension offers you a jerk free and comfortable ride. In the front, lies a round headlamps which offer much better visibility during nights.

    This beast is available in three vibrant shades. They are Cocktail Wine Red, Plasma Blue and the Midnight Black. It has a top speed of 120 km/h and gets to 60 in just 5.9 seconds. In summary, the bike is good and is a perfect buy for mileage and output freaks.

  • What is the Price of Bajaj Avenger 220 in Mumbai?
    19 Jun, 2013 | By Maxabout Team

    Bajaj Avenger 220 is available at an exclusive price of Rs. 79,081, in Mumbai.

    This is one a popular cruiser bike and is a little bulky and overweight. It comes fitted with a large round headlamp in the front and rectangular rear view mirrors. The material quality of windshield is good and the levers are born from Aluminum and the metal handlebars appear to be durable and trendy. When it comes to the engine, the bike comes equipped with a 219.8 cc air cooled 4 stroke engine, which produces 19 bhp of max power at 8100 rpm and a peak torque of 17.5 Nm at the rate of 7000 rpm. It comes cleverly mated with a 5-speed manual transmission gearbox, for an optimum on-road performance.

    This cockpit offers an excellent acceleration and pickup. In the busy Indian streets it can deliver a fuel efficiency of 25-40 km/l, with utmost ease. Bajaj Avenger 220 comes equipped with a telescopic suspension and at the front there are present the 260 mm disc brakes, while at the rear end is present 130 mm drum brakes. They indeed offer an effective braking system. The bike stands on multi spoke chrome wheels, which look chunky and sturdy.

  • What is the Power Output of Bajaj Avenger 220?
    20 May, 2013 | By Maxabout Team

    Bajaj Avenger 220 return a max power of 19.03 at 8400 rpm with peak torque of 17.5 Nm at 7000 rpm.

    The Bajaj Avenger 220 is actually an improved version of the old Avenger 180. Avenger 220 borrowed the engine from the Street Fighter 220 and the Pulsar 220, which is a  219.8 cc, four-stroke, air-cooled engine. The engine is matted with five-speed gearbox that performs smoothly. The bike features a digital twin spark ignition for efficient combustion. The bike is also equipped with the ExhausTEC system which improves torque without compromising anything at high or mid range revs.

    One of the interesting feature of Bajaj Avenger 220 is the 3rd generation throttle ignition control system. This System allows the rider to control the ignition by operating the throttle. Unfortunately, this 154 kg weighted bike is not having a good fuel efficiency. Avenger 220 only returns 35 kmpl in city traffic and can push itself to deliver 43 kmpl while on highway.

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