Check out the review of the swanky land cruiser bike Bajaj Avenger 200 cc DTS-I recently introduced in the Indian market by Bajaj Auto.

Bajaj Avenger 200 DTS-i

Bajaj Auto has introduced the new land cruiser motorbike, the Bajaj Avenger 200 cc DTS-i in the market. Priced at Rs 64,830, this bike employs the DTS-i technology which comes along with the Pulsar. The Bajaj Avenger 200 cc DTS-engine provides 17.5 PS at 8000 rpm with a torque of 16.78 Nm at 6000 rpm. The present Avenger model with the 180 cc engine too uses the DTS-i technology patented by Bajaj Auto.
However, the engine of the new Bajaj Avenger 200 cc DTS-i can dash up a high speed of 115 kilometer per hour. This new motorbike from Bajaj Auto has an oil cooled engine that assists in preserving oil viscosity at high engine RPMs. This way, the new 200cc Avenger DTS-i easily beats the performance of the original 180cc bike. With its competitor motorbike Yamaha no longer being manufactured, the road’s all clear for the Bajaj Avenger 200 cc DTS-i.
The launch of the Bajaj Avenger 200 cc DTS-I was accompanied by an announcement that its manufacturing company, Bajaj Auto will gradually step away from the low-margin 100 cc bikes and foray into the more lucrative and larger motorbikes segment. Company insiders claim that the 200 cc Bajaj Avenger bike will definitely serve to enhance the pleasure of riding on the Indian roads. With classic styling, comfortable seating and chic looking features, this bike is set to make you “Feel like God” again!
Technical Specifications of Bajaj Avenger 200 DTS-i
4 Stroke DTS-i
Peak Power
16.5 bhp / 12.15 kw @ 8000 rpm
Max Torque
15.22 Nm
Front Suspension
Telescopic longest stroke, 140 mm
Rear Suspension
Triple rate spring, 5 way adjustable, Hydraulic Shock Absorbers, Vertical travel 90 mm
Front Brake
Hydraulically operated Disc brakes-260 mm
Rear Brake
130 mm Drum
Front tyre size
17" x 90 /90
Rear tyre size
15" x 130 /90
Fuel Tank
Main / Reserve
14 L / 3.4 L
System voltage
12 V AC
60 / 55W (Halogen)
12 V AC
1475 mm
Kerb Weight
154 kg

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