The Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220 gold color theme has been introduced to take advantage of the cruiser’s growing popularity. The three new variants of the Avenger were initially available only in one exclusive color theme each. The addition of second color theme to the Cruise 220 indicates that Bajaj could eventually introduce more color options for the other two variants as well.
The new model is already on display at certain Bajaj showrooms across the country. Gold is the primary color which is complemented by dark brown area surrounding the fuel tank badges and a neat silver outline. The flagship Cruise 220 continues to sport several chrome bits, spoke wheels, tall handlebar for relaxed riding position and optional windshield. In comparison, the Street 150 and 200 feature a flat handlebar, alloy wheels and black cycle parts to target young urban youth.
Powering the Bajaj Avenger Cruiser 220 is an oil-cooled engine which delivers 19.03 PS and 17 Nm of torque. Transmission is a 5-speed unit. The motorcycle is set up for a relaxed long distance touring.
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The new Bajaj Avenger series has been a runaway success, thanks to its aesthetics and a more accessible 150 cc variant. The motorcycle which used to post average monthly sales of around 3,000 units before the update is now clocking around 20,000 units. Competition comes from more premium UM Renegade range of cruisers.