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Saturday, October 6, 2012

New pulsar 200NS from dts-i


All-new 2012 Pulsar 200NS - Naked Sports

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

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Bajaj Pulsar 200NS
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Bajaj Pulsar 200NS
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Bajaj Pulsar 200NS
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Bajaj Pulsar 200NS
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Bajaj Pulsar 200NS
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Overview of Bajaj Pulsar 200NS

As promised Bajaj India unveiled all-new 2012 model of Pulsar in January, 2012. It has been christened 'Pulsar 200NS'. It is powered by a liquid-cooled 200cc engine which develops maximum power of 23.17 bhp at 9500 rpm with maximum torque of 18.3 nm at 8000 rpm. But it was expected that Bajaj was about to upgrade the entire Pulsar line-up. The face-lift was much needed because the Pulsar was launched almost a decade ago. Anyways, Pulsar 200NS is new product, it features all-new exhaust layout, which is now below the engine like 200 Duke. The Pulsar 200NS is all-new in terms of styling and technology. It features new design for alloy wheels, instrument cluster, fuel tank and side scoops.

Bajaj Pulsar 200NS Design and Style

In terms of exterior design, the Pulsar aims to break new ground, and to a significant degree it is successful, although it takes a number of cues from Bajaj’s Pulsar 135 model. The bike is a naked body type, and it is intended to combine slick styling with new-generation technology – the ‘NS’ is an acronym for ‘Naked Sport’. The bike’s chassis is stronger and more lightweight, hoping to boost the bike’s speed and power in keeping with its ‘sporty’ profile. The bike features an entirely revamped layout for the exhaust, now positioned beneath the engine – inspired by the 200 Duke. The new design also extends to the rest of the body: the fuel tank, side scoops and alloy wheels have a stronger yet sleeker look. The entire front of the bike is sharper, fiercer and more aggressive. Overall, it’s a very busy, eye-catching design, with lots of severe angles, planes and cuts – many will wish for a simpler, more classic design.

Engine and Gearbox of Bajaj Pulsar 200NS

  • Powered by a liquid-cooled 200cc engine
  • Maximum power of 23.17 bhp at 9500 rpm
  • Maximum torque of 18.3 nm at 8000 rpm
  • Three spark and 4-valve technology
  • Paper element air filter
  • Exhaust TEC enhanced centrally mounted
  • Ignitions System: Independent spark control through ECU
Bajaj Pulsar 200NS is powered by a liquid-cooled 200cc engine which develops maximum power of 23.17 bhp at 9500 rpm with maximum torque of 18.3 nm at 8000 rpm. Company claimed mileage of Pulsar 200NS is 58 kmpl under standard driving conditions and claimed top speed is 136 kmph. The engine is mated to six-speed manual transmission.

Suspension and Brakes

  • Front suspension - 37mm Telescopic Front Fork with Anti-friction Bush
  • Rear suspension - Nitrox Mono Shock Absorber with piggy back gas canister
  • 230mm front petal disc brake with floating calliper
  • 230mm rear petal disc brake with floating calliper

Instrument Cluster of Bajaj Pulsar 200NS

  • Analogue tachometer
  • Digital Speedometer, fuel gauge and trip meter
Bajaj Pulsar 200NS features all-new digital-analogue instrument cluster. It features digital speedometer, digital fuel gauge, digital trip meter and analogue tachometer. The huge round tachometer dominates the instrument cluster, is placed in centre and is flanked by a digital screen on right side and other tell-tales LEDs on the left side. The tachometer also incorporates a small vertical screen which displays the fuel gauge.

Price of 2012 New Bajaj Pulsar 200NS

  • Rs. 84,000.00 (ex-showroom Pune)
  • Rs. 85,000.00 (ex-showroom Delhi)
  • Rs. 99,220.00 (On-road Mumbai)
Bajaj Autos has officially announced the price of Pulsar 200NS, it is available for Rs. 84,000.00 (ex-showroom Pune) and Rs. 85,000 (ex-showroom Delhi). The on-road price of Pulsar 200NS in Mumbai is Rs. 99,220.00.

Acceleration and Top Speed

The Pulsar 200NS, according to Bajaj, is capable of a top speed of 136 kmph, which puts it exactly equal with the Duke 200. The bike can accelerate from 0 to 60 km/kmph in 3.6 seconds and 0 to 100 km/kmph in just 9.8 seconds. It’s certainly a speedy and responsive bike, and the numbers are impressive – most drivers will be happy with the rate of acceleration and its stability.

Bajaj Pulsar 200NS Mileage

The addition of three spark plugs at the top of the engine helps to boost fuel economy at low and mid-range revs. The fuel consumption for the Pulsar projected by the manufacturer positions it in the middle to low bracket within its class. On city roads, drivers can expect a fuel mileage of 35 km/l. On highways, you can expect up to 58 km/kmpl, giving a combined (expected) average of 45 km/l, which is a respectable return but drivers who want plenty of mileage for their money may want to look elsewhere. The fuel tank has a capacity of 12 litres.

Comfort While Driving Bajaj Pulsar 200NS

Bajaj Pulsar 200NS’s wider shape means that it feels bulkier and more muscular. Its thicker handlebar grips have an enhanced texture and reinforce the feel of control, despite it being a large bike. Riding the bike is simple and enjoyable: the overall seating position is predominantly upright, ideal for moving through city traffic, and the seat has been positioned higher in conjunction with a shortened wheelbase, lending it greater agility. The seat is solid but can feel a little too firm – you’ll start to notice it on long journeys.

Bajaj Pulsar 200NS Suspension

At the front of the Pulsar 200NS, there is 37mm telescopic front fork suspension with anti-friction bush. At the rear, the bike features nitrox mono-shock absorber suspension with a piggyback gas canister. The suspension shows its worth on rough surfaces – when you hit a bad patch, the bike manages to mop up most of the shocks and retain a smooth ride.

Bajaj Pulsar 200NS Brakes

The bike’s brakes are decent and solid. At the front Pulsar 200NS is equipped with 280mm disc brakes, and at the rear 230mm disc brakes. The bike’s braking distance from 60 to 0 kmph is 16.33 metres. The brakes perform well: a soft initial bite is driver-friendly, but the power comes into force with a harder squeeze, and when used the rear disc allows a significant degree of travel, making it easy to modulate its pressure.

Ride and Handling

The Pulsar 200NS’s engine feels strong and punchy, and when moving through traffic it feels smooth and refined. It’s certainly quieter than any Pulsar model seen before, except when pushed toward the top end of its acceleration – the resulting metallic grind as you approach it is redline is unpleasant. In dense traffic, the Pulsar 200 is a quick, quiet ride that can twist and turn almost effortlessly. Leaning doesn’t feel too demanding, despite the bike’s bulk, thanks to its reduced weight and more spare chassis.

Tyre Size

Pulsar 200NS is equipped with ten-spoke alloy wheels. The front tyre is a 100/80 x 17 inch, 52P, and the rear is a 130/70 x 17 inch, 61P. The bike does suffer considerably in wet condition – its tyres start to feel greasy and unstable, approaching a lack of grip that would be unsettling for any driver.

Shades Available

  • Red
  • Yellow
  • Blue
  • Black
2012 New Bajaj Pulsar 200NS is available in four shades: Red, Black, Blue and Yellow.

Fast Facts about Bajaj Pulsar 200NS

  • All-new design and styling (though it resembles Pulsar 135)
  • NS stands for 'Naked Sport'
  • New attractive shades/decal/graphics
  • New design for alloy wheels
  • Exhaust outlet beneath the engine
  • New design for the instrument cluster/speedometer/tachometer
  • New lighter and stronger chassis, is faster and lighter
  • Rectangular box swing-arm, Fat rear tyres
  • Yellow coloured mono shock unit at the rear
  • 280mm front and 230mm rear disc brake
  • New Design for Split-seat
  • New headlamp, turn indicators and tail light
  • Is available in four shades: Yellow, Black, Blue and Red

Technical Highlights of Bajaj Pulsar 200NS

  • Powered by a liquid-cooled 200cc engine
  • 32 mm carburettor, 6-speed transmission
  • Maximum power of 23.17 bhp at 9500 rpm
  • Maximum torque of 18.3 nm at 8000 rpm
  • Three spark and 4-valve technology
  • Paper element air filter
  • 230mm front petal disc brake with floating calliper
  • 230mm rear petal disc brake with floating calliper
  • Exhaust TEC enhanced centrally mounted
  • Kerb weight is 145 kgs and fuel tank capacity is 12 litres
  • Front Suspension: 37mm Telescopic Front Fork with Anti-friction Bush
  • Rear suspension is Nitrox Mono Shock Absorber with piggy back gas canister
  • Ignitions System: Independent spark control through ECU

Performance Figures

  • 0-60 in just 3.6 secs and 0-100 in 9.8 secs
  • Top speed of Pulsar 200NS is 136 kmph
  • Braking distance (60-0) - 16.33 metres

Mileage/Average/Fuel Economy

  • Highway (constant 60 kmph) - 58 kmpl
  • City (Expected) - 35 kmpl
  • Combined (Expected) - 45 kmpl

Reasons to buy and Value for Money

Pulsar 200NS is a high-performance bike with a strong and capable chassis and excellent handling. Traditionally representing affordable performance, the new incarnation of the Pulsar doesn’t disappoint – at just Rs 99,200 (on-road Mumbai), it is one of the best deals on the market.


Having claimed a ‘Decade of Dominance’ for itself in the performance motorcycle market for India, Bajaj is seeking to move the race forward with this new bike. The Pulsar in an impressive new offering with plenty of great features.
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Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Bajaj Pulsar 220 DTS-i

It's Ranked at no 4 in our list of Top bikes in India

Pulsar is one the successful bike of Bajaj. This bike is loaded with 4 stroke, 220 cc, Digital twin spark ignition engine which is the most powerful engine of its class and it offers highest output and good torque.

Hero Honda Karizma ZMR .

Hero Honda Karizma ZMR

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Rs. 98,500

* Delhi. May vary                                                                         DETAILS:                                                                 


Name:Karizma ZMR
Top Speed:126kph
Fuel Consumption:
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Value for money:


Engine:223cc, 4-Stroke
Maximum Power:17.6 Bhp @ 7000 rpm
Maximum Torque:18.35 Nm @ 6000 rpm
Gears:5 Speed
Clutch:Multiplate Wet
No. of Cylinders:1
Cylinder Configuration:NA
Engine Block Material:NA
Chassis Type:Tubular Single Cradle, Diamond Type
Cooling Type:Liquid Cooling
Motor Power:NA
Motor Range:NA
Paddling Arrangement:NA
0 to 60:3.70 sec.


Length:2110.00 mm
Width:805.00 mm
Height:1175.00 mm


Weight:159.00 kg
Ground Clearance:159.00 mm
Fuel Tank:16.00 ltrs
Wheelbase:1350.00 mm
Turn Circle:2.50 mtrs
Electrical System:12V - 7 Ah - 232 W Alternator
Headlamp:12V - 35W/35W - Halogen
Battery Type:Maintainance Free
Battery Voltage:6V
Battery Capacity:6Ah
Battery Charger Type:NA
Wheel Type:Die Cast Black Alloys
Wheel Size:Front - 80/100x18 47P Rear - 100/90 18 56P mm
Colors:Spot Light White, Vibrant Orange, Panther Black Metallic, Candy Blazing Red


Suspension(Front):Telescopic Hydraulic Shock Absorbers
Suspension(Rear):5 Step Adjustable iGRS System
Brakes:276mm Dia Disc
Brakes(Rear):240mm Dia Disc
Stand Alarm:


Fuel Guage:Digital
Self Start:
Tacho Meter:Digital
Trip Meter:Digital-2
Warranty:3 Years OR 40000kms Warranty
Passenger Footrest:
Passenger Backrest:
Step-up Seat:
Low Fuel Indicator:
Low Oil Indicator:
Low Battery Indicator:
High Oil Temp. Indicator:
Choked Air Filter Indicator:

Hero Honda Karizma ZMR Review

Cheapest Full-Faired Bike in India

Saturday, November 17, 2012

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Hero Honda Karizma ZMR
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Hero Honda Karizma ZMR
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Hero Honda Karizma ZMR
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Overview of Hero Karizma ZMR

Looking at people’s interest in full fairing bikes, our national leader in two wheeler market, Hero has launched their first bike with full fairing. They have named it Karizma ZMR and it’s the most expensive bike from Hero till date. Will this bike be able to give a tough competition to the ruler of this segment, Yamaha R15?

Fast Facts about Hero Karizma ZMR (New Version)

  • Gets Body coloured rear view mirrors
  • Features Blue back-lit instrument cluster
  • Features New ZMR logo on the instrument cluster
  • Gets Re-designed silencer and heat shield
  • Gets new "Vibrant Orange" shade
  • Features body coloured split grab rail
  • Powered by a 223cc fuel injected engine
  • Maximum power is 17.6 Bhp at 7000 rpm
  • Maximum torque is 18.35 Nm at 6000 rpm
  • Now available in four shades, blue and yellow has been discontinued

Hero Karizma ZMR Exterior

The looks of new Karizma ZMR are quite subjective. The bike is unable to convince you instantly. The Y-shaped headlight is not as smoky as Honda CBR150R and the whole front appearance including its tinted visor, body coloured rear view mirrors and edgy mudguard looks way less sporty and attractive than R15. The engine covering features ZMR written on it and looks nice but doesn't look aerodynamic. Clear lens indicators are integrated in this fairing. Dark golden colour is finished on its disc plates, silencer and telescopic forks at its front. Side panels are very similar to the regular Karizma. It has single seat with split, body coloured grab rails. The tail section of the bike is a complete let down. The integrated LED tail light resembles to its cheaper sibling CBZ and with its slim rear tyre, things get worse. The rear mudguard is not stylish either. Looking at the tough competition, we expected something much better than this from Hero and they could have worked more on its styling.

Main Styling Features of Hero Karizma ZMR

  • Full Front Fairing
  • Split Clip On Handle Bars
  • Body Coloured Split Rear Grab Rails
  • Mirrors Mounted On The Fairing
  • New Rear Mud Guard
  • New Headlamp & Tail Lamp, Which Is Now LED
  • Rear Disc Brakes
  • Turn Indicators Mounted On Front Fairing
  • New Stylish Graphics
  • Slightly Reprofiled Body Work
  • Body coloured rear view mirrors
  • New design for silencer and heat shield
  • Blue back-lit instrument cluster
  • ZMR logo on the instrument cluster

Instrument Console of Hero Karizma ZMR

Hero Karizma ZMR features a fully digital instrument console with LED indicators. The overall designing and appearance of instrument console is quite soothing. It sports a round pod for its digital tachometer with digital fuel gauge just above it. It also has digital speedometer, odometer and trip meter with other digital information .This instrument console comes with blue illumination and certainly looks best in its segment.

Engine and Gearbox

Hero has added fuel injection to the same 223cc air-cooled engine of regular Karizma. This 4-stroke single cylinder engine now generates a maximum power output of 17.6 bhp at 7000 rpm with a modest torque production of 18.35 Nm accessible at 6000 rpm. This engine is served with a five speed manual gearbox with one gear down and four up-shift pattern.
  • 223cc fuel injected engine
  • Maximum power is 17.6 Bhp at 7000 rpm
  • Maximum torque is 18.35 Nm at 6000 rpm
  • 0-60 km in 3.7 seconds
  • 12 hole fuel injector, 16 bit ECU and 6 high-tech sensors

Main Technical Features of Hero Karizma ZMR

  • PGM-Fi: Programmable Fuel Injection
  • 16 Bit ECU Processor For Rapid Digital Fuel Injection Mapping
  • Oil Cooled Engine
  • 12 Hole Fuel Injector For Better Atomization Of Fuel
  • Engine Oil Temperature Sensor Which Provides Different Fuel Mixtures At Different Temperatures
  • Intake Air Temperature Sensor Which Senses The Intake Air Temp To Determine & Supply The Optimum Air To Fuel Ratio
  • Throttle Position Sensor Which Detects Throttle Opening & Provides Input To The ECU
  • Crank Position Sensor Senses The Position & Time At Which Fuel Needs To Be Injected In Relation To Crank Angle
  • Oxygen Sensor Ensures Correct Air Fuel Ratio For The Catalytic Convertor
  • Manifold Absolute Pressure Sensor
  • Idle Air Control Valve
  • Gas Charged Shock Absorbers
  • Rear Disc Brake

Acceleration and Performance

Undoubtedly, it’s a very refined engine which never complains even if pushed hard. This engine generates a good amount of torque and that’s also available very early which helps this bike to move effortlessly. Gear ratios are also very short and that’s why you never run short of power but once you take this bike on long runs then you will come across its disabilities. The mid-range is very effective but after 6000rpm there is nothing much left in this bike and from here on, it’s nowhere near to its other competitors which easily go all the way to 10000rpm. The heavy amount of torque enables this bike to complete 0-60km/hour in 3.7 seconds, which is quite respectable but its heavy weight and lack of sixth gear restricts this bike to a top speed of 126km/hour which is not possible with a pillion rider. The high end performance is disappointing. However gear transitions are very smooth and gear ratios also feel well matched. Once you are in bigger gears than you can notice the slow response of its throttle in comparison to others. If you talk about refinement then this engine is fine but if it’s about power and performance then ZMR loses to its rivals.

Hero Karizma ZMR Mileage

The fuel efficiency of ZMR is less than the regular Karizma due to its additional weight. You can expect anything around 30-35km/ltr in city conditions and on long runs it can give you a mileage of around 35-40km/ltr.

Comfort while Driving Hero Karizma ZMR

Hero Karizma ZMR features a wide and comfortable seat which is very helpful on long journeys. The clips on handle bar are quite big in size and are easily reachable as you don’t have to bend forward. One can easily hold them with a perfect grip. Unlike its competitors, foot pegs are placed much before which takes away the sporty feeling but feels much convenient.

Safety Features and Storage Space

The bike has under seat storage space and comes with standard safety features.

Hero Karizma ZMR Suspension and Braking

Hero has equipped this bike with telescopic forks at its front with 5-step adjustable shockers at its back. This suspension system is quite adequate and easily carries the heavy weight of this bike. Its perfect braking system keeps this hefty machine under control. It sports a disc brake of 276mm at its front with a rear disc brake of 240mm.

Ride and Handling

The bike is certainly not good in this department. The heavy weight of this bike is quite evident in its handling. It’s not an easy bike to drive in city traffic. Even on highways, the bike lacks stability and fails to remain grounded. Things get worse around corners as its skinny tyres are unable to hold the road properly and it may scare you at sharp corners. It’s only its wheelbase of 1350mm which keeps it alive on roads and confirms you a satisfactory ride. Bumps and potholes are not a major issue but its low ground clearance of 159mm is a matter of concern. You may find it hard to cross many obstructions on our Indian roads. Wider tyres and high ground clearance would have made things better.

Shades Available in Hero Karizma ZMR

Hero Karizma ZMR is available in following four shades:
  • Spot Light White
  • Panther Black Metallic
  • Candy Blazing Red
  • Vibrant Orange (New Shade)
Karizma ZMR is available in four shades: Spot Light White, Panther Black Metallic, Candy Blazing Red and Vibrant Orange (New Shade). The company has discontinued Yellow and Blue shade which were available in 2010 model.


Hero Karizma ZMR is priced at INR 98.5K (ex-showroom, Delhi, may vary). At this price, ZMR becomes the cheapest bike in India to sport a full fairing. Despite being the cheapest in its segment, we still feel it’s overpriced. Only a fairing is not enough for this bike to beat its competitors. Bikes of this segment are known for their incredible performance, speed, enjoyable ride and handling and unfortunately ZMR lacks all these characteristics. It’s certainly not a complete value for money bike but can be considered for its acceptable looks, performance and features. If you find R15 and CBR150R out of your budget then you can opt for this bike.


Hero Honda CD-dawn (97.20 cc)

Hero Honda CD Dawn is a beginner's bike well tested on Indian roads and proven in city conditions. Hero Honda CD Dawn is a no-nonsense bike that's all about price and utility. New bikes have showroom prices of around Rs. 32,000 and on-road prices of around Rs. 37,000 at Ahmedabad. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Chennai the highest on-road prices for Hero Honda CD-dawn. Hero Honda CD-dawn bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location.

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

hero moto cropt passion _pro.india

hero honda passion pro is the combination of mileage,looks & comfort with the reliability . a great bike above all. It gives you 65 -70 kmpl. if u r searching for looks as well as mileage don’t wait
just go for it. it comes with the apdv ignition system. it suits all office as well as college people. it also provides a analog speedo meter and a digital odometer & fuel meter with exciting graphics, so if u r looking for a 100cc reliable bike just go for it.
and yes it is a great bike in 100cc segment.

Friday, February 24, 2012

Avenger 220 DTS-i, Complete Details [With Price, Photos]

Complete (and accurate details) of the new Bajaj Avenger 220 DTS-i..
Yes, its confirmed now, Bajaj has upgraded the Avenger with its 220 cc engine. Posted below are its complete and accurate details along with its photos.

Those who were expecting some visual changes in the new model will be disappointed. The bike looks nearly identical to the older model. The styling, color, optional wind screen, lights, tyres etc. everything looks the same as the older model.

The changes in the New Avenger 220 DTS-i is actually skin deep.
What's new in the Avenger 220 DTS-i?
1. Upgraded Engine:
  • 220 cc engine (the older Avenger had a 200 cc engine)
  • Max. power of 19.03 Ps @ 8400 rpm (vs. 17.5 Ps @ 8000 rpm of older 200 cc engine)
  • Max. torque of 17.5 Nm @ 7000 rpm (vs. 16.78 @ 6000 rpm of older 200 cc engine)
  • Bigger Oil Cooler for the 220 cc enigne
  • Manual choke (unlike the auto choke on the Pulsar 220 DTS-i)
It means that the new Avenger 220 DTS-i is more powerful and has more grunt than the outgoing model. On paper the new engine seems to be develop more grunt at higher revs. This actually goes against the easy and laidback attitude of a "cruiser".

There is an automotive saying that "there is no replacement for displacement", but it would take a test ride to reveal how this new engine performs on the Avenger.
2. New electricals
  • DC lighting
Which means like all the other bikes from Bajaj Auto stables, the headlight will provide a flicker free light.
  • Intelligent auto shut off headlight
Which means that the headlamps would automatically shut off if the engine is off.. to prevent the battery from accidental drain
  • Low battery level indicator

3. Dual foam seat
As the name suggests, the seat is made up of form of varying density. The portion for the rider is made up of softer material and the rear portion of the seat for the pillion is made up of firmer foam . This has been done keeping in mind the comfort for both the rider and pillion.

4. Sealed "O-ring" chain
I am not sure if the older Avenger 200 had sealed O-ring chain, but this new Avenger 220 has got a sealed "O-ring" chain.

Since the Avenger has got a half chain cover, the chain is always exposed to dust. A sealed O-ring chain keeps the chain lubricated for longer periods, and for an exposed chain, its better that it is of the "O-ring" type.

A few incorrect information/speculation about the Avenger 220 DTS-i floating on the net.. here is the correct info
    1. The Avenger 220 DTS-i gets "Auto Cancel indicators" like the Pulsar 150/180/220.

    Correction: The Avenger gets the normal push to cancel turn indicators switches.

    2. The ignition switch of the Avenger 220 DTS-i has been positioned in the center, near the speedometer display.

    Correction: As it can be seen in the photo posted below, the ignition switch is still positioned (in the classic cruiser style) below the the felt side of the fuel tank.

Avenger 220 DTS-i Price, Vs. price of the Pulsar 220 S/F
  • Avenger 200 DTS-i: Rs. 76,876 (On Road Pune)

  • Pulsar 220S DTS-i: Rs. 79,125 (On Road Pune)

  • Pulsar 220F DTS-i: Rs. 82,400 (On Road Pune)
The above pricing indicates that the new Avenger 220 DTS-i is about Rs. 3,000 dearer than the older one and still about Rs. 2,000 cheaper than the Pulsar 220S DTS-i.

Avenger 220 DTS-i, Technical Specifications
Source: BajajAuto Official Website
  • Engine : 4 stroke, Single Cylinder, Air cooled with Oil Cooler

  • Bore X Stroke : 67.00mm x 62.40mm

  • Eng. Displacement : 219.89 cc

  • Max. Net Power : 19.03 PS at 8500 rpm

  • Max. Net Torque : 17.5 Nm at 7000 rpm

  • Transmission : 5 speed (1 down - 4 up pattern)

  • Front Tyre : 90/90 x 17

  • Rear Tyre : 130/90 x 15

  • Front Brake : Disc 260 mm dia

  • Rear Brake : Drum 130 mm dia

  • Length x Breadth x Height : 2195 mm x 750 mm x 1070 mm

  • Wheelbase : 1475 mm

  • Min. ground clearance : 169 mm

  • Kerb Weight : 154.5 kg

  • Fuel Tank Capacity : 14 lts (3.4 lts reserve)

  • Colors: Black, Red, Blue and Silver