Avenger 220 DTS-i


Overview of Bajaj Avenger 220

Avenger first made its appearance with the 180cc engine, sharing the same mill from the then eldest sibling Pulsar 180. When things grew for Bajaj, Avenger was bestowed with a 200cc engine lifted right from Pulsar 200. A few months back Bajaj stopped the production of Pulsar 200 in India and launched Pulsar 220 with a carburetor. Very recently 220cc engine was also shared by another model, Pulsar 220 street fighter naked version at the price where Pulsar 200 used to sell.

Bajaj Avenger 220 Design

According to the news we have, Bajaj is planning to stop the 200cc version of Avenger and, in place, come with the 220cc version with the engine derived directly from the eldest Pulsar in the market today. This move would make Avenger an even more worthy cruiser bike in the country where, anyways, it doesn’t have any real competition. The bike would/could be launched this month itself and most probably will become dearer by around 4-5 thousand rupees falling approximately in the Pulsar 220S version bracket.




The Avenger has a powerful 220 CC DTSi engine capable of cranking high torque to ensure a good, smooth highway ride. The DTS-i technology employs twin spark plug instead of a single spark plug , which give the Avenger that additional power and torque.


The Avenger has the typical low-slung cruiser seating making it easy to handle and sit on. The dual density foam seats, back rest for pillion and low saddle height make the Avenger truly enjoyable and comfortable for a long ride on the highway.


The Avenger has a broad rear tyre for better grip, disc brake on the front for improved braking and a stable build that will not waver when out on the open roads.


The personality of the Avenger suits the people who ride it… It classic cruiser looks, Low Slung styling, classic fuel tank with fuel gauge build it give the Avenger a distinct identity and road presence. Swing your leg over the saddle and “Feel Like God”.



Type 4-stroke, single cylinder, DTS-i, air cooled with oil-cooler
Displacement (cc) 219.89
Max. Power (Ps @ rpm) 19.03 @ 8400
Max. Torque (Nm @ rpm) 17.5 @ 7000
Starting Electric


Front Telescopic
Rear Hydraulic Shock Absorber


Front Disc, Dia. 260 mm
Rear Drum, Dia. 130 mm


Front Tubetype Unidirectional – 90 / 90 x 17″
Rear Tubetype Unidirectional – 130 / 90 x 15″

Fuel Tank

Total litres(reserve, usable) 14 liter full (3.4 liter reserve)


Battery 12V, 9Ah
Head lamp 60 / 55W
Horn 12V, 30W


Wheelbase 1475 mm
Ground Clearance 169 mm
Kerb Weight 154.5 kg


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