When you want a Harley Davidson Street 750 at a budget of Bajaj Avenger
Someone just modified the Bajaj Avenger to look like a Harley Davidson Street 750.
The new Bajaj Avenger has been having an excellent response since its launch in October 2015. The nameplate which used to clock a rather mundane average monthly sales volume of around 3,000 units is now raking up in the tune of 20,000 units a month.
With lakhs of Bajaj Avenger’s already on Indian roads, how do you maintain the uniqueness of your Avenger? Well, Autologue Designs have a solution. Add a Harley Davidson Street 750 kit, and make your Bajaj Avenger look like the exclusive and premium Harley Street 750.
Seen in the images above is a custom kit applied Bajaj Avenger 220 from Pune based Autologue Design. The name of the kit is ‘Bruise Kit’. The updates this kit will bring to your Avenger are – front headlamp unit like the one on Street 750, a faux radiator unit under the fuel tank, just like we see on the Street 750. In order to make things interesting at the rear, Autologue is offering two options, a single seat option with pillion seat cowl and other being a completely new seat option.
Mechanically the bike remains same. Bajaj Avenger 220 is powered by a 220 cc single cylinder engine which delivers 19 PS power and 17.5 Nm torque. It gets disc brake in the front, drum brake at the rear, tubeless tyres, 14 liter fuel tank, 17 inch alloys in the front and 15 inch alloys at the rear.
Speaking about the Bajaj Avengers, the updated Avenger family now has three variants namely Street 150, Street 220 and Cruise 220. The Street variants offer sporty color theme, alloy wheels, black accents and a flat handlebar for improved handling within city environment. The Street variants target urban youngsters who use their vehicle to commute.
The Cruise variant targets touring enthusiasts with its high-mounted handlebar, relaxed ergonomics, spoke wheels, dual-tone color theme and a lot of chrome elements. Bajaj has managed to spin off two distinctly different ergonomic variants without making extensive changes.