Bajaj Working on Avenger 160 Street Cruiser Motorcycle

Bajaj Working on Avenger 160 Street Cruiser Motorcycle

Bajaj Avenger 160 Street will soon be a reality, leaving fans with a product that is not just more eco-friendly but also brings more output with its smaller displacement. The 4-valve engine on the Pulsar NS160 will serve as the engine while gearbox will stay 5-speed on the model. The upside points for NS160’s engine outweighs the process of taking the old 180cc through a strict overhaul for being BS6 compliant. The change in engine preference will also clear that how other products like Pulsar 180 and semi-faired 180F will survive the tough times. The 150cc and 220cc engines are also built on the same architecture. [caption id="attachment_422332" align="aligncenter" width="960"]Bajaj Avenger 160 Street Bajaj Working on Avenger 160 Street Cruiser Motorcycle[/caption] The use of fuel injection can further allow advanced engines to limit the amount of fuel wastage and therefore, reduction in overall emissions in real-world conditions. Bajaj Pulsar range employs 150cc, 180cc, 220cc, 160cc and 200cc engine options for the buyers, with last two being advanced enough to shift easily into the strict emission outputs. On the other hand, the majority of the sales is achieved through the basic 150cc engine used on the Pulsar series. Bajaj Avenger 160 Street would mean higher production of the oil-cooled motor and thus, pricing may not be increased with a huge difference like the basic engines. [caption id="attachment_422331" align="aligncenter" width="529"]Bajaj Avenger 180 Street Bajaj Avenger 180 Street Image Used for Representational Purpose[/caption] The entry-level cruiser has undergone a similar change earlier as the 150cc engine was not that capable under the heavy chassis. The use of 180cc engine helped Bajaj gain more buyers and fewer complaints than the 150cc version. However, the 160cc engine will bring 1 Nm of additional torque over the similar power output and thus, a win-win situation for the buyers if the engine is not detuned for the cruiser-friendly riding. The Avenger 160 Street is expected to be priced around INR 1 lakh with 1-channel ABS. The BS6 emission norms are coming into action from April 1, 2020. The brands have 1-year to finalize their future strategies and once they are done, reshuffling of products will be the first effect for the buyers.

Related Questions and Answers

Most Popular Answers for Avenger 160
Which is the preferable choice for city rides and occasional long-distance journeys - the Bajaj Avenger 160 or the Yamaha FZX?
2023-01-26 10:59:36 AM
The Avenger 160 is a great urban cruiser, with its sharp agility making it a great machine for darting through city traffic. However, its long wheelbase does limit its corner-carving abilities, making it more of a highway tourer than a corner-carving machine. The FZ-X on the other hand, has a much more commuter-friendly stance, with its taller handlebars and forward-set footpegs. However, this comes at a slight cost in terms of highway performance, with the bike feeling strained at speeds above 80-85kmph. Its highway efficiency is also slightly lower than its city efficiency. Ultimately, if you're looking for a machine that's great for urban commuting, the Avenger 160 is an excellent choice, while the FZ-X is better suited for short, city-based rides. To get an accurate picture of each bike's performance and riding comfort, we suggest taking a test ride before making a decision.