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Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220

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Mileage Top SpeedDisplacementEMI
NA118 Kmph220 cc View All SpecsRsCheck now

Pros

  • Value-for-money
  • Relaxed
  • Quintessential Cruiser Styling
  • Backrest for pillion

Cons

  • No Rear Disc Brake

Verdict

The Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220 is targeted straight at the mile munchers on a tight budget. The long wheelbase, pillion backrest, see-through windshield and tall handlebars make its intentions clear. The lack of rear disc brake would’ve allowed the rider to cruise at highway speeds with more confidence.

Summary

The Avenger Cruise 220 strictly focuses on its cruising abilities. The silencer is redesigned and looks similar to the one on the Street 150 and 220. However, the Cruise 220 is majorly finished in c...

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220 220 cc, Rs1,14,829
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Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220 Specifications

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Engine 220 cc

Mileage City/Highway

Torque 17.5 Nm @ 7000 rpm

Power 19.03 PS @ 8400 rpm

Radial Tyres

Alloy Wheels

Self Start

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Avenger Cruise 220 Expert Review

Here is what our experts feel about Avenger Cruise 220

The Avenger Cruise 220 strictly focuses on its cruising abilities. The silencer is redesigned and looks similar to the one on the Street 150 and 220. However, the Cruise 220 is majorly finished in chrome. The bike gets loads of chrome treatment, sporting classic multi-spoke wheels. Handlebars are raised for relaxed highway cruising and its engine is shared with the Street 220 with liquid-cooling and chrome radiator. The bike can also be had with an optional windscreen to keep fatigue due to wind blasts under check. Also, the drive chain is claimed to be up to 20 per cent more durable than before. 

The engine gets Capacitor Discharged Ignition (CDI) for improved NVH levels and better throttle response. Console is a combination of analog and digital, where the speedometer is analog and the trip and odometers are digital. Saddle height is increased by 15mm with extra cushioning for better comfort on long rides. The Cruise 220's liquid-cooled, 220cc DTS-i engine produces a maximum power of 19.03 PS at 8400 RPM and a maximum torque of 17.5 Nm at 7000 RPM. The bike gets a telescopic front suspension and twin shock absorbers at the rear. Front fork covers are missing here to showoff some more of that chrome bling. Braking is taken care thanks to a 260mm disc at the front and a 130mm drum at the rear. Tyres measure 90/90 R17 at the front and 130/90 R15 at the rear. The tank holds 14 litres of fuel out of which 3.4 litres is in the reserve and the bike gets a maintenance free battery with a capacity of 9Ah. The bike measures 2177mm in length, 806mm in width, 1142mm in height and has a wheelbase of 1490mm. Ground clearance measures 169mm and the Cruise 220 tips the scale at 155 kg.

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