If you’re awestruck, what are the upcoming Bajaj bikes in India? Bajaj is a conspicuous two-wheeler brand in India. Upcoming Bajaj bike passes the word with some of its key upcoming models at the beginning of a year. Either you are a first-time bike buyer or a seasoned rider; we are eagerly waiting to know the expected launches of different brands.
We have created a video on Upcoming Bajaj bike in India 2019/20, explaining each bike’s specification, expected launch date with their price; you can watch the video below to know in-depth about all the Bajaj bikes listed here.
We have a gazette of all the Bajaj upcoming bikes with their expected prices and tentative launch dates. B for Biker brings you a list of all expected bike launches along with their expected price. In 2019-20 Bajaj bikes are likely to be launched and this adds bikes like:
Upcoming Bajaj Bikes in India:
- Bajaj Avenger Street 220
- Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220
- Bajaj Pulsar 180
- Bajaj Avenger 400
- Bajaj Pulsar RS400
- Bajaj Pulsar 250
- Bajaj Dominar 400
1. Bajaj Avenger Street 220
For those who understand that comfort, happiness & power can coexist, characterizing their own exclusive style, presenting the All New 2019 Bajaj Avenger Street 220 with cutting edge features.
Bajaj Avenger 220 has rejuvenated the Avenger cruiser brand with the launch of the new Avenger Street. This new monotony is being offered in two variants – 220 Street and 150 Street. While the smaller 150cc version is a new enlargement built to attract a wider audience base, it’s the Bajaj Avenger 220 Street that takes the forward-looking legacy of the iconic Avenger brand in India.
The Bajaj Avenger 220 Street secures an all-black treatment. While utmost of it is dipped in matt black, there are contradictory silver bits like the heat shield on the exhaust, wheel rim tape, and a few side panels. The fuel tank may look exactly the same to the one in the old model, although the new Avenger logo and the golden and red decals make the tank area look quite eye-catching stylish. Bajaj has implemented the Avenger 220 Street with rubber bellows on the front suspension forks to complete the full black look of the motorcycle.
Avenger Street is assembled around the same tubular double cradle frame as the old model. Powering this motorcycle is a 220cc single-cylinder, oil-cooled DTS-I engine, which embeds out 19bhp and 17Nm of torque. The engine is dichotomized to a 5-speed gearbox.
The former is a haul on the authentic old school, highway cruiser with an overdose of chrome all around. From the oil-cooler to the handlebar, from the suspension, spoke wheels, headlamp and the turn barometer to the grab rails, it’s all nice and shiny. The Cruise also sports the quintessential high-rise handlebar and a teardrop fuel tank accomplished in an elegant grey.
The Avenger 220 Street is enhanced of an urban machine and one that seems to be inspired by the Harley-Davidson Street 750. In comparison to the Cruise, the Street gets a blacked-out frame, a flat handlebar, alloy wheels and a matte black paint scheme for the engine. Otherwise, the tank, the body panels, the cycle parts etc all are indistinguishable to the Cruise.
The raked doused front, the low seat height, and the fat rear tire are all the classic cruiser fare on the Avenger 220 Cruise and Street. Even so, they feel surprisingly agile and maneuverable. It takes scant effort to get the Avenger to change directions be it in the city or around a set of faster corners. It isn’t the best for intersection carving, of course, not with its front end returning little feel via the handlebar, but it isn’t confidence shattering or anything. Besides, the motorcycles feel surprisingly light to handle.
Even in a consecutive line, the Avenger feels stable and planted. The brakes work strongly too. As far as ride character is concerned, the telescopic front forks have good travel and absorption ability, but the rear edge does get a little jumpy and harsh over pronounced undulations and deeper potholes.
The Bajaj Avenger 220 will be accessible in two variants – Cruise and Street variants. Bajaj has kept the basic essential design of the Avenger unchanged and the new one is now available in two variants – Street and Cruise. The Street alternate sees additions in the form of an all-black paint scheme with red highlights, mag wheels, black exhaust, black painted engine, new grab rail, new instrument cluster and much more. Now, these change adjustments might remind you of Harley Street 750 but we guess that was the idea. The 220cc Bajaj Avenger is accomplished of putting out 18.76bhp and developing 17.5Nm of torque. 220 Street appears with a bit more chrome on it and the headlamps, side grabs, and a handlebar are all dipped in it.
Things We Like in Avenger Street 220
- Value for money
- Traditional cruiser styling
- Comfortable bike for touring
Bike Model: Avenger Street 220
Expected Launch Date: February 2019
Expected Price: 90k- 1.02 Lakh
2. Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220
The Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220 is addressed straight at the mile munchers on a tight budget. The long wheelbase, pillion backrest, see-through windshield, and tall handlebars make its acceptance clear. The absence of rear disc brake would’ve allowed the rider to cruise at highway speeds with more confidence. Bajaj has administered the 220cc cruiser segment with the budget-friendly and the maintenance-free Bajaj Avenger 220. With the all new Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220, it plans to do the same but with the addition to style and features. Firstly, the Avenger these days split into 2 types the Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220 and Bajaj Avenger Street 220. As the brand name suggests, Avenger Cruise 220 is more of a touring bike for the riders who crave to travel and tour long distance on their bikes. The new Avenger Cruise 220 shows up with a host of new features like the new headlamp with LED DRLs, a taller well-designed windshield, new Avenger logo on the tank, a new digital console and a color scheme with brand new graphics. Chrome has been passed down abundantly at various places that give this cruiser a classy look. The authoritative 220cc DTS-I engine gives a top speed of 118Kmph and mileage of 45Kmpl. The Avenger Cruise 220 is encountering with the mighty Royal Enfield 350 bikes and the new Suzuki Intruder 150 as well. The classy cruiser is now accessible in two distinguished colors, the smart looking Auburn Black and the classy looking Moon White.
Bajaj has broadened its reach to a bigger audience. The Avenger 220 Cruise has been positioned as a leisure cruising motorcycle thanks to a host of cosmetic updates and improved ergonomics to give a fresh lease of life.
The Avenger 220 Cruise endures with the typical cruiser styling of the previous model, though a healthy dose of chrome gives it a distinct traditional character. The low slung seat, long wheelbase, new windshield, and new sweptback handlebars recuperate its comfort during long hauls. The fuel tank carries the brand new insignia, on forthwith flashy chrome decals. Alternative updates include a softer seat, wider rear tire, redesigned mirrors, spoked chrome wheels and a chrome cover for the oil cooler. The instrument console now comes up with a digital display along with an analog speedometer.
The Avenger 220 Cruise moves ahead to use the tried and tested 220cc DTS-I engine from the Pulsar 220. This single-cylinder oil-cooled mill drop delivers 19bhp and 17Nm of torque through a five-speed transmission. The engine is been accommodating to offer better low-end and mid-range torque, to improve the motorcycle’s usability in the cities. It also gets a new high bass silencer for a loud boisterous and distinct exhaust note.
Things We Like in Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220
- Comfortable riding position
- Good engine gearbox combo
- Refreshed Chrome Styling & Color Variations
- Best Fuel Efficiency in the segment
Bike Model: Bajaj Avenger Cruise
Expected Launch Date: Launching soon
Expected Price: 1 Lakh – 1.05 Lakh
3. Bajaj Pulsar 180
Bajaj’s Pulsar province is one of the most popular bikes produced by the company in India. The Pulsar 180 adaption has been around since 2001, over the years, it has experienced various changes. The bike breaks through fairly good, but with new entrants coming up, the bike needs to get updated. Powering the bike is the 178.6cc engine drawing attention to DTS-I technology which in turn assemble to perform well. Fuel economy on submission is not impressive but decent enough.
The Bajaj Pulsar 180 ABS has commenced arriving at dealerships across the country. The bike gets a single-channel ABS unit that is mated with rear-wheel lift mitigation (RLM) system. Bajaj is conventional to price the Pulsar 180 ABS at a premium of around Rs 8000 to Rs 10,000 over the non-ABS variant. The Pulsar 180 ABS is conventional to debut in February 2019 and will go head-to-head with the TVS Apache RTR 180 ABS. When launched, the Pulsar 180 ABS will be the current Bajaj product to comply with upcoming safety regulations that mandate ABS for two-wheelers above 125cc. Apart from the above addition of ABS, the rest of the bike’s mechanicals are expected to remain the same.
Pulsar aligning around 2035mm long, 765mm wide, 1115mm high this 145kg bike has a suave stance. Agreed the bike had supplicating looks when introduced in India, but with competition intensifying, Bajaj needs to give to give a commitment for an overhaul to enhance the appearance of Pulsar 180. The fit and finish could be better, exclusively around battery cover panels and side air filter. It has a robust fascia and gets a broad instrument cluster. The split seat gives enough room to rider and pillion to be seated adequately.
The Bajaj Pulsar 180 is one of the homegrown manufacturer’s elongated selling models. The motorcycle is approximately a slightly more powerful alternative to the brand’s most popular motorcycle, the Pulsar 150. The design of the Pulsar 180 isn’t too contrasting from the 150, which turns the bike a sense of familiarity. This is something its target audience acknowledges and is one of the reasons why the motorcycle has remained objectified more or less the same over the years. Powering the bike is a 178.6cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine which outgrows 17.02PS at 8500rpm and 14.22Nm at 6500rpm. The engine is mated to a 5-speed transmission. Suspension bits comprise of telescopic front forks and twin Nitrox shock absorbers at the rear. Taking along this motorcycle to a halt are 260mm front and 230mm rear disc brakes. Bajaj does not offer ABS even as an option as of yet. Expect Bajaj to launch the bike with at least a single-channel ABS once advanced safety norms kick in from April 2019 onwards. The Bajaj Pulsar 180 opposes with TVS Apache RTR 180 in the Indian two-wheeler market.
Things We Like in Pulsar 180
- A good dose of performance
- Attractive design
- BS-IV compliant and refined engine
- Spare parts are readily available
Bike Model: Pulsar 180
Expected Launch Date: April 2019
Expected Price: 85,000K – 90,000K
4. Bajaj Avenger 400
One of the most adored cruisers in India, Baja Avenger is likely to get bigger and better as far as performance is concerned. A new bigger engine will clinch the new Bajaj Avenger. The most likely preferred engines would get is the Dominar’s 373cc engine. The mainstream leading-edge Bajaj Dominar generates power from the liquid cooled, fuel injection 373cc engine that churns out 35bhp of max power and 35Nm of peak torque. It is dichotomized with a 6-speed gearbox. The all new Bajaj Avenger 400 is expected to get engine configuration of the similar type if not exactly the same. The dual-channel ABS would be on endeavor or put it that way it should be on offer at least on the top-of-the-line Avenger model. The suspension assembly could be equivalent as the current Avenger range- telescopic front forks and gas charged twin shock absorbers at the rear. The instrument cluster could go digital with all the decisive pods displaying information in the digital format including speedometer, odometer, tachometer, and trip meter. The bike authorized get discs at the front as well as at the rear. Once the bike is launched in India, it will compete in contrast to the likes of Royal Enfield Classic 350 and Thunderbird 350.
The upcoming 2019 Avenger 400 will stake proportion its engine with the Dominar 400. However, we do expect the company to re-tune the engine to suit the cruiser-bike individuality of the Avenger. For the Dominar, this KTM-sourced 373.3cc single-cylinder engine turns out a maximum power of 35 PS along with a peak torque of 35 Nm. The upcoming new Avenger model, in all likelihood, will offer inappreciably lesser power but slightly higher torque. For the Avenger 400, this engine is likely acceptable to output 34 PS and 36 Nm. The motor will blow in mated to a six-speed manual transmission. The motorcycle will receive wider tires, conventional long-travel telescopic forks at the front and twin shock absorbers at the rear. ABS clout out to offer as an optional extra.
The Bajaj Avenger 400 is likely acceptable to offer a fuel mileage of up to 28 KMPL on the highway. In the city-riding conditions, the regular mileage could drop to as low as 24 KMPL. The upcoming motorcycle is conceivable to be based on the Cruise trim of the motorcycle. It is said, it will likely look a lot more premium than the 220cc version. We are fascinated with the design of the Bajaj Dominar 400, which looks like a watered-down version of the Ducati Diavel. Bajaj might come up with something equally prepossessing and neo-modern with the Avenger 400. One element that is for sure is that the motorcycle will have a cruiser body type. We might even see bits like a round headlamp with LED fixtures, which will accord the motorcycle a neo-retro look.
Things We Like in Avenger 400
- Powerful Bajaj Avenger 400 is on the cards.
- Bigger-engine version of the Avenger cruiser.
Bike Model: Avenger 400
Expected Launch Date: April 2019
Expected Price: 1.4 Lakh – 1.6 Lakh
5. Bajaj Pulsar RS400
Bajaj Pulsar Motorcycle has allegedly refined a new engine for the cruiser that will displace around 375cc. Telescopic forks will be fixed up in front and Monoshock suspension will be fitted at the rear are habitual. Braking duties of Bajaj bike may be drifted out by drilled single disc brakes at both pair ends along with an anti-lock braking system.
Bajaj has ostensibly developed a new engine for the cruiser that will displace that uproot around 375cc. Telescopic forks will be bent up in front and Monoshock suspension will be adopted at the rear are conventional. Braking objective may be drifting out by drilled single disc brakes at both ends along with a forward anti-lock-braking system.
Touted to be a power cruiser, the RS400 Pulsar will earmark exquisite lines and in the effective framework. Up-front both pairs headlamps ornate the nose. A flat well-set handlebar will also be materialized and make possible in front. To slash weight, Bajaj may use a lot of tract acceptance of alloy parts on the cruiser. Well-laid out cockpit will hallmark numerous multifarious instruments and switchgear.
Bajaj is warming up a new four-stroke, single cylinder, fuel interjects engine with liquid cooling technology. Transmission chores can also be undertaken by a six-speed gearbox.
The long-term comprehensive design of the Bajaj Pulsar SS400 is encroaching and holds a very busy inspection. The fairing is enormous whopping with many lines that make it viewing overdone. The fuel tank is broad as well and we forecast it to carry at least 15-liters of fuel. The chassis is brand new with the design that a bit is taken from the NS200. The taillight is brand new and the design is something unique that’s never been seen on any Indian bike. The SS400 features an analog tachometer and digital speedometer forward to a small screen that will display the rest halt of the details. ABS is standard in this bike but not yet firmly entrenched if it can be switched off.
Bajaj has rooted its benchmark among the Pulsar series. With an assortment of bikes in the lineup, almost all are a one-two zinger. One of the equitable finished ones to launch is the Bajaj Pulsar RS200. It is a beefy sports bike, which is quite fortunate the best in selling ones. After this, Bajaj Pulsar 400 might get up to launch Bajaj Pulsar RS400 too.
Things We Like in Bajaj Pulsar RS400
- Bajaj developed a new engine for the cruiser that will displace around 375cc.
- Very soon, we’ll see the 150NS followed by performance sports bikes that are RS400
Bike Model: Pulsar RS400
Expected Launch Date: April 2019
Expected Price: 1.4 Lakh – 1.6 Lakh
6. Bajaj Pulsar 250
The all-new Pulsar 250 is likely to be the successor for the Pulsar NS 200 which has been in the present market for over half a decade now. The new Pulsar 250 engine is likely acceptable on the 249cc motor seen on the KTM 250 Duke. Bajaj might use the same maneuvering as it had for the Pulsar NS 200, the engine for which was established on the KTM 200 Duke’s. The Pulsar 250’s motor seems to be a liquid-cooled, SOHC unit producing around 28PS and around 23Nm of peak torque. The all new Bajaj Pulsar 250 motor develops 30PS and 24Nm. The engine will be mated to a 6-speed transmission and valor to get a slipper clutch.
It is exclaimed that the motor will get Triple spark and DTS-I tech and will be BSVI compliant. While we don’t have enough details on the bike we can expect it to have muscular styling in line with the Pulsar design DNA with modern elements such as LED lighting with dual-channel ABS and maybe a TFT display with Bluetooth connectivity.
The next Pulsar dimension platform is reportedly to be versatile adequate to accommodate engines ranging from 150cc to 250cc. And, this is the reason behind all the consideration for a more powerful Pulsar 250. Not just platform, the upcoming Pulsar 250 will drag the interest of the engine with the Austrian’s sibling. This engine will be tuned for better fuel efficiency.
Design of all the new Bajaj Pulsar 250 will come with an evolved version of the NS200’s design. The model will have modernized features like all-digital instrument console, ABS, split seats, and slipper clutch. Bajaj at presently sells the Pulsar 135, 150, 180 and 220, but the company will retain the 150cc and 220cc variants as they will continue to sell in good numbers. The 135cc and 180cc different variants are likely to be discontinued. Amusingly, the company might also discontinue the 200cc Pulsars and could launch the RS 250 and NS 250 in the market.
The Bajaj Pulsar 250 is most likely to share the mechanics and platform with the KTM Duke 250. The Bajaj motorcycle will get the BSVI compliant version of the 248.76cc single-cylinder petrol engine. It will appear as Bajaj’s trademarked triple spark ignition technology. While galvanizing Duke, this engine churns out 29.60bhp of power and 24Nm of torque. The company is conventional to de-tune this engine to offer better fuel efficiency. Power will be hand down to the rear wheel via a 6-speed gearbox.
In terms of styling, the Bajaj Pulsar 250 will maintain the sporty stance of the current NS200. Though, the design will see several adjustments to give it a fresh feel. It will come along with DRLs, LED headlamp, and LED tail-light and LED indicators. The fuel tank will be sculpted more and above for combative styling. The Bajaj motorcycle is likely to ride on newly developed 17-inch alloy wheels shod with tubeless tires. The motorcycle will be equipped with all-digital instrument praise with Smartphone connectivity via Bluetooth. The motorcycle will show up with split seats, tire hugger and a large exhaust pipe.
Things We Like in Bajaj Pulsar 250
- Bajaj will tweak it for more fuel efficiency and less power.
- Will be the successor to the Bajaj Pulsar NS 200.
- The all-new bike will be launched to meet the new upcoming BS VI regulations in the Indian market.
Bike Model: Pulsar 250
Expected Launch Date: February 2020
Expected Price: 1.20 Lakh
7. Bajaj Dominar 400
Bajaj Dominar brand new model Motorcycles is back with new engine bash plate, with the launch of the 2019 Dominar. This extraordinarily anticipated facelift is conventional to give Bajaj numbers that are always expected from its flagship bike. Keeping it all up to date is very significant and meaningful. This means that the 2019 Bajaj Dominar 400 will come out with secured auspices updates that will make the bike more exciting.
We are quite keyed up and delighted to zip the ride with the updated Dominar. We consistently believed and placed confidence in upcoming Bajaj Dominar that it is one of the biggest values for money bikes in the country. With some extreme upgrades, this bike is compelled to entice a lot of buyers.
The bike will be bustling to buzz with many new accessories fits to make it better in its class. The company will be fetching the margin lead in the 2019 Bajaj Dominar 400 this year. There will not be too many upgradations on it, but it will receive a scant tweak. The all new Bajaj Dominar has anyways, been capturing forward-looking advancement which has made this motorcycle more developed and elegant from the time it was launched. We have all accomplished the new upcoming Bajaj Dominar over the last 2 years and have seen subtle enhancement in the bike. Bajaj Dominar 400 in 2019 will see more such betterment in refinement and power delivery. It will get all fresh new characteristics of alloy wheels. Advanced suspension and for the premier time on an Indian bike Upside Down forks too. There will be all unique colors on offer and also brand new body graphics will be seen here.
In perspective of 2019 Bajaj Dominar is presently undergoing heavy testing; we can wait a lot of improvements in it compared to the current model. Not much is established about the brand new Dominar as of now, but in the coming aspiring days, there can be an official statement from Bajaj themselves.
In recent times, the Bajaj Dominar 400 will take in an addition metamorphosis in the form of an ECU update. The bike’s top speed is according to the present owner which has shown down. This has to do with the mileage which we determine. But for the 2019 Bajaj Dominar 400, we guess that the bike will be enhanced and powerful and will get higher top speed.
Some of the ultimate and better prominent updates for Bajaj Dominar are going to be the USD forks, like the ones pre-owned on the KTM 390. It means this channel in the forthcoming with the suspension and handling manners of the 2019 Bajaj Dominar 400 is now set to boost and make exceeding strides. Bajaj Dominar will mark positive assurance that bike is more comfortable and restful at any speed with its all-new setup and riders going hyper riding are minor fatigued.
2019 Bajaj Dominar will be mechanized by the same 373cc, liquid cooled, single cylinder engine as spied on its current counterpart. As on date, the engine attempts to run for 34.5 bhp power and 35 Nm torque. These power and torque figures put up to see an expansion on the new Dominar 400 and thereby headmost to better performance.
- Bajaj’s most powerful bike
- Full-LED headlamp
- Big-bike feel
- Comfy ergonomics
Bike Model: Dominar 400
Expected Launch Date: February 2020
Expected Price: 1.45 Lakh – 1.60 Lakh
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