The Bajaj Avenger 150 Street is the cheapest cruiser one can buy. It is here to fill the role of a daily commuter and a weekend getaway bike; something the Suzuki Gixxer SF promises to do as well. Capitalising on the ‘Avenger’ moniker’s popularity, Bajaj has pegged the Avenger 150 Street as an entry-level cruiser, carving out a new sub segment in this market space. Suzuki, in the meantime, has carved its own niche calling the SF the most affordable faired bike one can buy. Both these motorcycles will serve you well for your daily grind, offer a bit of fast paced riding and allow you to comfortably rip through the highways, while bringing a smile on your face. But which one does it better?Read full review
Bajaj Avenger 150 Street Expert Reviews
A new horse in the teeming 150cc segment of motorcycles in India. As the country’s first ever 150cc cruiser, the Bajaj Avenger 150 Street wears the hallowed Avenger badge and mixes bona fide cruiser DNA with the affordability and efficiency of a traditional 150cc commuter.Read full review
Bajaj recently dropped a bomb when it launched the Avenger 150 Street in India, along with its 220cc siblings. The 150cc segment had been missing a cruiser for a long time, and Bajaj decided to spice things up by plonking the Pulsar 150 DTS-i engine in this versatile tubular double cradle type chassis.
The Avenger 150 Street is the new entry-level variant in Bajaj’s Avenger range of budget cruisers. While the news of the launch of the new Avenger in two trims (Street and Cruise) wasn’t a big surprise, Bajaj dropped a bombshell when it first lifted the covers off the new Avenger 150 Street, earlier this week. By entering this, so far, uncharted territory, Bajaj has widened its reach to attract a whole new set of customers, looking for a premium 150cc motorcycle. While Bajaj already has three 150cc motorcycles in its line-up, this didn’t stop Bajaj from filling the void of a cruiser in this highly lucrative market space.Read full review