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Bajaj has updated the styling of the Avenger motorcycle, and has launched it with a 150cc engine, called the Avenger Street 150. The Avenger Street 150 is designed to be ridden in the city, and hence styled accordingly to conditions. The Avenger Street 150 has a low seating position, flatter handlebar compared to the old model, and is made to look stealthy. This motorcycle is clearly targeted at younger riders who are looking for a stylish, fuel efficient cruiser motorcycle.
The Street 150 has a redesigned exhaust, and rear grab rails which provide comfort to the pillion. The Avenger 150 is available in one colour, Midnight Blue.
– Delhi - approx. Rs. 82,000/- on-road
– Mumbai - approx. Rs. 87,000/- on-road
– Chennai - approx. Rs. 85,000/- on-road
– Bangalore - approx. Rs. 87,000/- on-road
– Hyderabad - approx. Rs. 85,000/-- on-road
– Kolkata - approx. Rs. 80,000/- on-road
The Bajaj Avenger Street 150 is powered by a 149cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine that produces 14.3bhp and 12.5Nm of peak torque. This engine comes paired to a five-speed manual gearbox, and is the same engine like the ones that power the Pulsar 150cc, but has been re-tuned to suit the cruiser. Respective to Mileage, the Avenger Street 150 should return around 50 to 55km/l in real world riding conditions.
DriveSpark Thinks! the Avenger Street 150 is an ideal motorcycle for those looking for a lightweight cruiser to ride in the city.
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