Bajaj launched the 2015 Avenger 150 Street at Rs 75,000, while the Street 220 and the Cruise 220 are both priced at Rs 84,000 (ex-showroom Delhi). The Bajaj Avenger has been launched in three variants – Avenger Street 150, Avenger 220 Street and Avenger 220 Cruise. The Bajaj Avenger is among the most popular cruiser motorcycles on sale in India and also among the longest running two-wheeler product in our two-wheeler market. The Avenger Cruise retains the similar look of the current Bajaj Avenger and the changes evident from the spy shots seem to be limited to a new paint job and new graphics. The only significant and noticeable change are the new badges – both on the fuel tank and the side panel – sporting the ‘220 Cruise’ moniker. The Avenger Street, on the other hand, is given a blacked out treatment.
The bike gets the ‘Street’ badge, red graphics, new black alloys, blacked out engine and even a blacked out exhaust, right from the bend pipe to the muffler. The engine is likely to be the same unit powering the current Bajaj Avenger – a single-cylinder, 220cc four-stroke, oil-cooled engine which makes 19.03PS power and 17.5Nm of torque. In terms of looks the Avenger 150 Street looks similar to its larger sibling. The new Bajaj Avenger 150 is powered by a 150cc, single-cylinder engine churning out 14.54PS and 12.5Nm of torque.