Avenger 160 has an engine capacity of 160cc, while Intruder has an engine capacity of 155cc.
In terms of power, the Avenger notches ahead of the Suzuki intruder. While the Intruder generates the power of 13.4 bhp @8000 rpm, the Avenger 160 generates power of 14.79bhp @8500rpm.
Both the bikes have single-channel ABS; while Bajaj Avenger has front disc brakes, the Suzuki intruder has both front and rear disc brakes.
Avenger 160 is available in two colours— spicy red and ebony black, while Suzuki intruder is available in three colours metallic matte titanium silver, matte black, and glass sparkle black.
If we compare the price of both the bikes, the Suzuki intruder is costlier than the Bajaj Avenger 160 by almost Rs15000, depending on the city.
If we compare the bikes’ engines, Avenger is ahead of Pulsar 150. The engine of Avenger 160 is 160cc, while that of Pulsar 150 is 149.5cc.
The Bajaj Avenger Street 160 is a little more expensive than the pulsar 150, having a difference of around 7-8k on road price.
The maximum power generated by Bajaj Avenger 160 is 15 PS @8500 rpm while the max torque is 13.7NM @7000 rpm, the max power generated by pulsar 150 is 14 PS @8500 rpm, and the max torque is 13.25NM @6500 rpm.
Avenger Street 160 has only the self-start option, while the pulsar 150 has both self-start and kick options.
Bajaj Pulsar 150 is available in as many as nine colouring options, whereas Bajaj Avenger Street 160 is available in only two colour options.
Hero Xtreme 160R gives tough competition to Avenger 160; Xtreme 160R has an engine of 163cc, slightly better than the 160cc engine of Avenger 160.
The base model of Hero Xtreme 160R is almost 6k more expensive than the base model of Avenger 160.
While the Avenger 160 is a cruiser bike, the Hero Xtreme 160r is categorised as a sports bike.
Avenger 160 is one of the most comfortable bikes in this segment, while on the other hand, Hero Xtreme 160r is considered the most stylish and good-looking in this segment.
Hero Xtreme has both options to start the bike via kick or self-start, while Avenger 160 comes with a self-start option.