The Bajaj Avenger 220 is basically the improved version of the old Avenger 180. The new bike features an elegant design, longer handlebars and a large windshield. You also get a pretty big tank which features an ergonomic design and delivers a pretty generous range.
The engine was borrowed from the Pulsar 220 and Street Fighter 220. It develops a maximum power of 19.03 @ 8400 and 17.5 Nm of torque @ 7000. The engine features digital twin spark ignition for efficient combustion. For increased performances the Avenger 220 is also equipped with the ExhausTEC system which improves engine torque at low revs without compromising anything at mid or high engine revs.
Another interesting feature is the third generation throttle ignition control system. This system allows you to control the ignition by operating the throttle. It also helps in achieving a good balance between driveability and optimum ignition spark advance, resulting in an almost perfect ignition spark advance for every throttle opening and engine rpm.
Hit the jump for more information on the 2012 Bajaj Avenger 220.
Indian motorcycle manufacturer Bajaj is better known for their clever, suggestive and often funny videos rather than for the motorcycles themselves (at least outside India) and they stick to the plan by giving us a flavor of their new Bajaj Pulsar and two Goodbye Traffic videos. All these are part of a special website that Bajaj has created for the occasion and which, of course, has a countdown timer that makes us even more anxious to see the full thing revealed on December 9th. The videos are attached after the jump.
The power to meditate is strongly related to excluding all possible temptations from the life of any young recruit, but as Jackie Chan shows us, even the master itself is allowed to have one temptation…at least when nobody is around.
This ad is for the Bajaj Discover-DTS-i model, but it can very well stand for any other of their models due to the brilliancy of the Marketing & Advertising department.
Indian motorcycle manufacturer, Bajaj, is more likely recognized around the globe for their highly inspired, sometimes exaggerated, but always attractive TV ads rather than for the bikes that they build and sell. We’ve just come across their latest commercial video starring their popular DTSi models and couldn’t believe our eyes. The video shows these things actually transforming in walking, playing, jumping and dancing robots. They’ve also integrated a funny part so it’s all there for you to enjoy.