The Bajaj Avenger Lives On
It is manufactured in black, blue and red. It is basically a sports bike which demands ample high -standard qualifications like high-performance engines in a lightweight frame. The engine is a single cylinder in four- stroke producing an impressive 16.50 HP @ 8000 RPM power and 15.22 Nm torque. The front brake is single brake measuring 260mm in diameter while the expanding rear brakes measure 130mm. Its brakes are with multi-piston callipers fastened onto oversized vented rotors. Regarding the chassis characteristics, responsible for road holding, handling behaviour and ride comfort, the Bajaj Avenger has a tubular double cradle frame with front suspension being telescopic fork and in the rear suspension it is equipped with Triple rated spring, 5 step adjustable, hydraulic shock absorber. With different versions its weight including oil, gas, etc., could be retained at ranges around 154 kg. With this drive-train, the (model) is capable of reaching a maximum top speed of 120 kmph.
Until the last update, it still produced in India and distributed to the world.