Pune: Last year, Bajaj Auto launched the new Avenger range – The Avenger 220 Cruise, 220Street & 150 Street. The new Avenger series redefined the cruiser bike segment to offer unmatched international styling and cruising comfort. The new Avenger 220 Cruise retained the classic cruiser comfort and looks while the all new Avenger Street range was designed for easy city riding. The new product range has made the Avenger the fastest growing brand in the premium motorcycle segment.
Bajaj Autois pleased to introduce two exciting new colors in Street variants.The Avenger 150 Street, which currently is available in Midnight Blue will also come in Cosmic Red and the Avenger 220 Street, currently available in Matte Black shall also be available in Matte Wild Green.
Commenting on the launch of the new colour range, Mr Eric Vas, President – Motorcycle Business, Bajaj Auto Ltd said, “The Avenger is known for its world class styling and unbeatable comfort. The introduction of two unique new colours in The Avenger Streetlifts the style of the Avenger to a new level in the motorcycle industry.We are confident that the introduction of Cosmic Red and Matte Wild Greenwillfind immediate appeal amongstthe fast growing Avenger fan-base across the country.”
All other specifications of the bike including Bajaj’s trusted 150cc and 220 cc DTSi engine, remain unchanged. The AvengerStreet dons a 5 speed gearbox to enhance the entire cruising experience for bikers. With street control handlebar, low slung seat and alloy wheels the Avenger Street is one of the most exciting offerings in the market today.
The new Matte Wild Green Avenger 220 Street& new Cosmic Red Avenger 150 Street, are now availableacross Bajaj Auto dealerships at Rs.85,497 &Rs. 75,500 ex showroom Delhi respectively.
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