Without a shred of doubt, cruiser motorcycles are one of the more popular motorcycle segments with customers in India. And it was Bajaj Auto, which made buying cruiser motorcycles affordable for the masses with the first Avenger in 2005. In fact, the Avenger was an evolution from the Bajaj-Kawasaki collaboration product, the Kawasaki Eliminator, but what the Eliminator lacked was affordability, and that is what the Avenger was able to achieve. The first Bajaj Avenger was launched with a 180 cc engine, and over the years, it has seen several different engine configurations - borrowing the Pulsar 200's engine, then the 220 cc engine and more recently the 150 cc as well. Now, it's come full circle in a way, and the Avenger once again gets a 180 cc engine, which replaces the Bajaj Avenger 150 in the 'Avenger' scheme of things.
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It's not just a matter of going back in time for Bajaj Auto really. With increasing competition in the entry-level cruiser segment from the Suzuki Intruder, it was only a matter of time for Bajaj to pull out a trump card once again. The Intruder gets a 155 cc engine, so Bajaj seems to have decided that there is no 'replacement for displacement' and we get the Avenger 180 once again.
Bajaj offers the Avenger 180 in only one variant, the Bajaj Avenger Street 180. Overall, the bike looks familiar with the typical Avenger styling and silhouette, but there are subtle changes. The most visible change is the blacked out look (like the Avenger Street 150) with dark alloys, blacked out exhaust and engine. It also gets a new skull-shaped headlamp and a flyscreen/visor to top it off. What makes the face stand out is the small strip of LED daytime running lamps at the bottom of the headlamp. Completing the sportster look are the rubber fork gaiters up front. At the rear, there's a small, padded grab-rail which also serves as a functional backrest for the pillion rider. The seat is a single-piece unit and gets a new, faux 'carbon fibre' texture, a touch more premium than the Street 150.
(The instrument console has been redesigned on the Avenger Street 180)
The instrument console has been redesigned, with the tell-tale lamps moving on to a small console on the fuel tank. The meters are analogue, with a small digital screen displaying trip meters and the odometer. We would have sure liked it more if the Avenger 180 had a fully digital instrument console like the Avenger 220. To keep the look of the bike chic and urban, Bajaj has not put any chrome elements on the Avenger Street 180. The overall fit and finish certainly goes up by a notch but it still looks like the same Avenger we have been used to seeing all these years.
(The headlamp cluster is new and the LED strip looks great below the lamp)
Engine and performance
Simply put, the engine is taken from the Bajaj Pulsar 180. But that's where the similarity ends. The engine on the Avenger Street 180 makes 15.3 bhp at 8,500 rpm and a peak torque of 13.7 Nm at 6,500 rpm. This is 1.5 bhp and 0.5 Nm less than what the Pulsar 180 makes. Bajaj says that the drop in power and torque will offer a better, relaxed and stress-free riding rather than having an engine which is on the boil at all times. The engineers at Bajaj say that a big chunk of the torque starts coming in at lower and mid revs, allowing for easier acceleration, which is quite helpful while overtaking on city roads. So this makes the power more accessible and asks for less gear changes than the Pulsar 180.
(The engine on the Avenger Street 180 is taken from the Pulsar 180)
The bike does get a little vibey off the footpegs between 60 kmph and 80 kmph. Surprisingly, the vibrations disappear between 80 and 100 kmph. The performance surely is a step-up from the Avenger 150 and as far as city riding is concerned, it does a good job. Oh! And the gearbox is slick with a light clutch, which makes shifting gears easy for the rider. According to Bajaj, the Avenger 180 should return real world fuel efficiency figures of around 44-45 kmpl.
Ride and handling
(The bike has a pliant ride but is not the best of handlers)
Suspension! The Avenger 180 gets an increase in travel for the rear springs (Goes up from 98 mm to 108 mm), which means a plusher ride. Bumps and potholes are dispatched off nicely. About the handling, well, it is a cruiser after all and the long-wheelbase with the raked out front end does take its toll on the abilities of the bike. It is no corner carver but can filter through traffic. If you want to turn around in tight areas, you might have to take a two-point or a three-point turn. Not a deal-breaker though. Braking is taken care of by a 260 mm disc up front and a 130 mm drum brake at the rear. Stopping power is adequate but the feel is wooden. It could have been better, and a rear disc brake is missed.
Pricing and verdict
The Bajaj Avenger Street 180 has already been launched in India at a price of ₹ 85,500 (ex-showroom Delhi) a couple of months ago. As far as value-for-money and desirability is concerned, the Avenger certainly offers very good bang for your buck. The quality has gone up, definitely, but could have been even better. There is no natural rival for the Avenger Street 180 as of now. The closest rival would be the Suzuki Intruder but it is priced at ₹ 99,995, almost ₹ 15,000 more expensive than the Avenger Street 180. Of course, the Suzuki Intruder has a slightly smaller engine, and well, to appreciate its styling is subjective to individual tastes. So, as an entry-level cruiser motorcycle, the new Bajaj Avenger Street 180 certainly makes a very good proposition.
Latest CNG kits for two-wheelers: Recently in the Indian automobile segment fresh up with newly introduced cng kit for bike and cng two wheeler. And Honda comes fist with his most popular activa range with cng kit. CNG activa is popular because of their price and mileage per Rs. expenses. But CNG activa price in India, differ from city to city because of local taxes. You can check Honda activa cng kit price and other features further reading this article. After launching CNG kit for two wheelers, Honda activa cng is first. But other companies are also, like tvs cng scooty, bajaj cng scooter or Lovato cng kit for scooter and hero honda cng bikes, tvs cng bike or bajaj cng bike will come in market in future in India.
We are check cng kit for two wheeler price with cng activa average of cng motorcycle in India. Honda Activa CNG kits for 2 Wheelers Price: Latest News about CNG activa Mileage and CNG scooty safety details. This is all about Indian Govt. Launches CNG Kits for 2-wheelers. Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas of Government of India and the Ministry of Environment are in a country with greener mobility solutions have taken a step forward in the direction of starting.
Honda Activa CNG kits for 2 wheelers Price & Features
The Indian Government, which is facing the threat of a devastating air pollution in the capital for cng kit for 2 wheelers have been introduce. The country’s top hovering in the critical area for most parts of the metropolis with the level of pollution.
CNG Kits for 2 Wheelers in Honda Activa Scooter.
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Honda Activa CNG Safety Features:
CNG kits for 2 wheelers, which comes approve by the Automotive Research Association of India. Or ARAI has retrofit in these gear less scooters. Built by Japanese two-wheeler manufacturer, Honda Motorcycles India Ltd.
Latest Updates on CNG Vehicles in India:
Kind attention CNG Consumers!
No valid Metal Plate – No more CNG Gas.
Hydro-testing of CNG Cylinder is must every 3 years by an authorized PESO agency (List of approved agencies are available on PESO website – www.peso.gov.in). Full form of PESO is Petroleum and Explosive Safety Organisation.
Vehicles without valid compliance metal plate will not be allowed to fill the gas at CNG stations. It is therefore mandatory to get a valid compliance mental plate affixed in the vehicle by RTO approved retrofitters.
Honda Activa CNG Images:
CNG kits for 2 wheelers.
The government claims that a single kilogram of CNG scooter at a distance of 120 kilometers. And therefore, the gas of close to 250 km on a single refill gives an overall series.
Cng kits for 2 wheelers also significantly reduced to 75 per cent of hydrocarbon and 20 per cent petrol emit less CO. That would be the equivalent of running.
Honda Activa Cng Price:
Rs. 65,000/- approx. Because every Indian city and state have their own taxes on two wheeler and automobiles.
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CNG Activa Mileage:
Activa with CNG kit Milege or average will approximately 120 km/ltr.
CNG Activa Tank Capacity:
Each CNG Cylinder of 1 kg. in Honda Activa, which is mount inside the storage box in front of the vehicles have fit with every scooter.
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Prospects of CNG 2-wheelers:
After Delhi, Pune has now become the second city in India to Launch CNG kits for two-wheelers. As per media reports, five scooters retrofitted with CNG kits were launched by officials of Maharashtra Natural Gas (incumbent city gas distribution in Pune. 50 percent-owned by IGL) and RTO (regional transport office), Citi says in its research note.
List of upcoming cng two wheeler:
The following two-wheelers can run on CNG fuels.
- Hero Duet with 110.9 Engine cm3 Work With CNG KIT.
- TVS Jupiter with 109.7 Engine cm3 Work With CNG KIT.
- Hero Maestro with 109 Engine cm3 Work With CNG KIT.
- TVS Scooty Zest with 109.7 Engine cm3 Work With CNG KIT.
- Hero Pleasure with 102 Engine cm3 Work With CNG KIT.
- TVS Wego with 109.7 Engine cm3 Work With CNG KIT.
- Honda Activa 125 with 124.9 Engine cm3 Work With CNG KIT.
- Vespa with 124.49 Engine cm3 Work With CNG KIT.
- Honda Dio with 109.2 Engine cm3 Work With CNG KIT.
- Yamaha Alpha with 113 Engine cm3 Work With CNG KIT.
- Mahindra Duro DZ with 124.6 Engine cm3 Work With CNG KIT.
- Yamaha Fascino with 113 Engine cm3 Work With CNG KIT.
- Mahindra Gusto with 109.6 Engine cm3 Work With CNG KIT.
- Yamaha Ray with 113 Engine cm3 Work With CNG KIT.
- Mahindra Gusto 125 with 124.6 Engine cm3 Work With CNG KIT.
- Suzuki Access with 124 Engine cm3 Work With CNG KIT.
- Suzuki LET’S with 112.8 Engine cm3 Work With CNG KIT.
- New Suzuki Swish with 124 Engine cm3.
Advantages are more in use of CNG than petrol for two-wheelers.
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CNG Activa Specification:Displacement109.2 cc
Maximum Power8 Bhp @ 7500 rpm
Maximum Torque9 Nm @ 5500 rpm
No. of Cylinders1
No. of GearsAutomatic
Seat Height765 mm
Ground Clearance153 mm
Kerb/Wet Weight108 kg
Fuel Tank CNG Capacity2 KG
Top Speed83 kmph
Battery TypeMaintenance Free
PERFORMANCE & MILEAGE
Top Speed75 kmph
Mileage (City)80 kmpl
Mileage (Highway)95 kmpl
Mileage (Combined)85 kmpl
LATEST HONDA TECHNICAL HIGHLIGHTS
Honda’s Combined Braking System (CBS)
Front BrakeDrum 130 mm
Rear BrakeDrum 130 mm (CBS)
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Buy On Road Price Honda Activa CNG.
Expected around Rs. 69000/-.
- CNG powered scooters have been given to Domino’s pizza delivery boys.
CNG kits for 2 wheelers will be launching with 50 Honda Activa. That will be given to Domino’s Pizza for their delivery boy as test run project. The Scooter will be given to free of cost.