The styling of the Avenger Cruise 220 BS6 continues to feature a typical cruiser motorcycle design with a low-slung saddle, rear-swept handlebar, a windscreen at the front and a long wheelbase. The massive amount of chrome on the motorcycle makes it eye-catching; however, this chrome may be an overdose for some riders.
A telescopic front has double anti-friction brush suspensions with 90/90 R17 front tyre and 5-step adjustable twin shock absorber suspensions with the rear tyre. It came with a tubular double cradle type frame and spoke wheels.
The bike is a classic cruiser with smooth curves and chrome higlighights, thus making it stand out in the crowd.
The low-slung and wider seat accompanied by upright handlebars provide a laid-back riding position to the rider. The cushioned backrest offers a comfortable ride on the highway to both the rider and the pillion.
The bike comes in two colours:
Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220 offers one variant
The bike’s engine consists of a two-valve single cylinder with four strokes, oil-cooled, twin Spark DTS-i, fuel Injected, with a single overhead camshaft.
The engine has a displacement of 220 cc, giving a maximum torque of 17.55 Nm @ 7,000 rpm with a power of 18.4 bhp @ 8,500 rpm. The bike has a digital twin spark ignition and a multi-plate clutch with BS6 emission.
The Avenger Cruise 220 has a kerb weight of 163 kg. The bike’s maximum speed of 120 kmph demonstrates the engine’s efficiency. Bajaj has given considerable consideration to the bike’s wheels and alignment. Alloy wheels and a rapid gear transmission have been installed to enhance the recipient’s travel.
This most recent model in this line of motorcycles has outperformed every other model in terms of overall bike efficiency. It has fared better in every department, including the satisfaction index, which says much about the total outcome.
The motorcycle includes a 14-litre gasoline tank, a signal lamp with LED lighting, as well as a battery capacity of 12 V/8 Ah. The bicycle does have a 12V, 8Ah VRLA battery and a digital odometer. The motorbike measures 2,210 mm in length, 806 mm in width, and 1,321 mm in height.
Keep control with the 280 mm front brake disc and the incredibly responsive single channel ABS. With ABS, the Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220 includes a rear drum and front disc brakes.
The hardware on the BS6 model is identical to the BS4 motorcycle, just like the aesthetics. Therefore, telescopic forks with a double anti-friction bush at the front and five-step adjustable twin springs at the back are used for shock absorbers.
The bike’s front and rear brakes are 280 mm and 110 mm, respectively. It has spoke wheels and a dual-piston calliper, and the front and rear wheel sizes are 18 and 14 inches, respectively.
The front suspension is Telescopic with a Double anti-friction Brush, whereas the rear suspension is a 5-step adjustable Twin Shock Absorber. The bore X stroke of the bike is 67 mm X 62.4 mm.
The bike is based on the Tubular Double Cradle Type chassis. The wheelbase is 1,490 mm with a clearance of 169 mm.
The front brakes are discs, whereas the rear is drum brakes with spoke-type wheels and tubeless tyres. It has a gear shifting pattern of 1 down and 4 up.