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Bajaj Avenger Street 180

Bajaj Avenger Street 180 is a cruiser bike with the last known price Rs. 88,607 in India. It had 1 variant. It had a user reported mileage of 40 kmpl. It came with both front and rear disc brakes.

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Key specs
  • Displacement180 cc
  • Mileage - Owner Reported40 kmpl
  • Transmission5 Speed Manual
  • Kerb Weight150 kg

Last known Avg. Ex-showroom price

₹ 88,607

Bajaj Avenger Street 180 is now discontinued in India.

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Bajaj Avenger Street 180 Summary

Avenger Street 180 key highlights

Engine Capacity 180 cc
Mileage Owner Reported Mileage: BikeWale collects mileage information from bike owners to provide you with the actual mileage that you might get. 40 kmpl
Transmission 5 Speed Manual
Kerb Weight 150 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 13 litres
Max Power 15.3 bhp

About Avenger Street 180

The Bajaj Avenger Street 180 has replaced the Avenger Street 150 in its lineup. The upgrade means that all Avenger Streets now look similar – the 180 has inherited the 220’s styling, including the black chassis, wheels, forks, exhaust and grab rail. The tank also gets the diagonal stripe from the 220. Although it seems that the Avenger Street 180 shares its engine with the Pulsar 180, the power and torque output are lower than the streetbike, at 15.3bhp and 13.7Nm. There is no rear disc brake available, and ABS is not available. You can have your Avenger 180 in either black or red.

The upgrade from the 150 comes at a price increase of Rs 3,000 over the discontinued model. The Avenger Street 180 competes directly with the Suzuki Intruder 150.
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Bajaj Avenger Street 180 Expert Opinion

  • Good Things

    • Accessible seat height
    • Equipped with modern instrument cluster
    • Quite comfortable during long distance ride
  • Could be Better

    • Quality of parts aren't great
    • Engine vibrations at higher revs

BikeWale's Take

The Avenger 180 is a perfect bike for someone who wants a low-riding stance motorcycle that will also help them do long distance rides. It's loaded with a 180cc engine that is decent in performance, along with great seat. Plus, the cheap Bajaj spares makes the Avenger 180 an easy bike to live with.

Bajaj Avenger Street 180 Review

This bike isn’t a tribute to the first Bajaj Avenger, which was launched almost 13 years ago in 2005. Yes, it was a 180cc motorcycle then, but that eventually went on to become the 220cc that we see today. 

What is it?

Why would I buy the Bajaj Avenger 180?

It is good looking, has a remarkable performance and is worth the price.

Why would I avoid the Bajaj Avenger 180?

Engine harshness and no rear disc brake.

No, this bike is not a tribute to the first Bajaj Avenger that was launched more than a decade ago in 2005. Yes, that was also a 180cc motorcycle that eventually went on to become the 220cc one that we see today. But then, this Avenger 180 replaces the ageing Avenger 150 to give the sales a shot in the arm while also tackling its new attention-seeking rival, the Suzuki Intruder 150. The new Avenger 180 promises to offer more value for money and also, it just didn't make sense to retain the outgoing bike. 

How is it to ride?

The Avenger 180 offers what most cruisers are meant to offer- a low-slung design and a relaxed riding position. It is built on the same diamond frame architecture that’s being used since the Eliminator days but is packed with modern cycle parts. The 180cc motor is borrowed from the Bajaj Pulsar 180 but has been re-tuned to churn out less power at 15.4bhp and 13.7Nm. This linear power delivery suits the bike’s character. The strong midrange, which is Bajaj’s forte, makes it easier to cruise through the highway traffic. The motor isn’t the most refined of the lot, but Bajaj has managed to keep the NVH well under control. The vibes starts to kick in post 80kmph, and can be felt mostly on the footpegs. It’s possible to ride the Avenger 180 at 50kmph in the fifth gear but if you go below that, the engine will stall. The Avenger 180 offers a smooth ride between 80kmph and 90kmph. The five-speed gearbox on this bike has been improved quite a lot. Thanks to the light clutch, changing gears on the Avenger 180 is an easy task especially in the maddening city traffic.  

The seating triangle hasn’t changed on the Avenger 180. You sit low with legs stretched out to the front and hands running parallel to the ground. The wide rider’s seat offers a good amount of comfort, thanks to the right cushioning. Despite being the heaviest in the segment, the Avenger 180 feels light on its feet. The right weight distribution also aids manoeuvrability in the city. 

Bajaj has increased the suspension travel at the rear to 108mm from the earlier 98mm. This setup is slightly on the firmer side, but it doesn’t feel unsettled on broken roads. The suspension also absorbs the road undulations pretty well. The 260cc front disc and 130mm drum at the rear does a decent job at stopping the bike. However, the front has a wooden feel on the lever, and the rear one requires some extra effort to use. 

Anything else I should know?

Other than enticing the buyer with a bigger engine, Bajaj has tried to enhance the design of the motorcycle, especially at the front. The new headlamp (which Bajaj likes to call ‘jewel inspired’), blacked-out windscreen and long black fork gaiters do manage to up the bike’s overall appeal. The single seat gets a leather feel but lacks the finesse. Bajaj has done an excellent job at integrating the pillion backrest with the grab rail. This is a result of the constant feedback from its Avenger 150 customers who would have appreciated the presence of a back rest, just like on the Avenger 220 Cruise. 

You should also know that the Avenger 180 doesn’t get the new digital display that’s present on the Avenger 220. Rather, it is fitted with the simple analogue speedometer display with a small LCD display that shows the odometer and a single tripmeter. While the quality of the paint and cycle parts are striking, the switchgear is a big disappointment. The buttons have a tacky feel and show clear signs of cost cutting. 

Should I buy one?

The Avenger 180 is one handsome looking motorcycle and is the most affordable cruiser in India right now. And that makes it too good to be ignored. It has the right combination of cosmetic features to attract even a passer-by to the showroom. With a stronger 180cc motor and some new features, Bajaj has definitely managed to hit the right spot, again. And with all this, the Avenger 180 is dearer than the Avenger 150 by just Rs 4000, which is a fair premium. So if you’re in the market for a good looking affordable cruiser, you know where to go. And if you can spare a bit more, there’s another Bajaj for you, but with a bigger heart. 

Where does it fit in?

The Bajaj Avenger 180 has been priced at Rs 85,498. Its nearest rival, the Suzuki Intruder 150 retails at Rs 99,995 and that’s where the other two Bajajs are placed, the 220 Cruise and the 220 Street

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Bajaj Avenger Street 180 mileage

As reported by Avenger Street 180 owners, the real mileage of Bajaj Avenger Street 180 is 40 kmpl.

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Avenger Street 180 Specifications & Features


  • Power & Performance

    Displacement Engine displacement is the measure of the cylinder volume swept by the pistons of an internal combustion engine. It indicates the engine size. 180 cc

    Max Power 15.3 bhp @ 8,500 rpm

    Max Torque 13.7 Nm @ 6,500 rpm

    Stroke Stroke indicates the number of engine cycles during which a piston travels from top to bottom. --

    Valves Per Cylinder Valves per cylinder indicate the intake (fuel) and outlet (exhaust of combustion gases) of an engine. 2

    Compression Ratio A compression ratio suggests the degree to which the fuel mixture is compressed before ignition. --

    Mileage - ARAI ARAI certified fuel economy that has been tested under controlled conditions. --

    Mileage - Owner Reported This is the fuel economy registered by Bikewale followers. 40 kmpl

    Riding Range The total range that a vehicle can travel on a full tank of fuel. 520 Km

    Top Speed The maximum speed that a vehicle can achieve. --

    Transmission 5 Speed Manual

    Transmission Type The transmission type will tell the kind of transmission a two-wheeler has. Chain Drive

    Gear Shifting Pattern Gear Shifting Pattern --

    Cylinders The number of cylinders that an engine features. Most two-wheelers sold in the Indian market feature a single-cylinder. --

    Bore Bore is the diameter of each cylinder. --

    Ignition Ignition indicates to the type of starting system that a vehicle uses. --

    Spark Plugs A spark plug is a device for firing the explosive mixture. 2 Per Cylinder

    Cooling System The cooling system suggests the cooling mechanism that a motor uses. The types include air, oil, or liquid. Air Cooled

    Clutch The clutch disengages or engages the engine from the transmission. --

    Fuel Delivery System --

    Fuel Tank Capacity The capacity of a vehicle to store fuel. 13 litres

    Reserve Fuel Capacity Reserve fuel is part of the main tank that is used when a vehicle is running low on petrol/diesel. 3.8 litres

    Emission Standard Emission standards indicate the output from the exhaust that is permissible in a country. --

    Fuel Type Fuel Type is the type of fuel that an engine uses to operate. The different types include petrol, diesel, electric, and ethanol among others. Petrol

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  • Brakes, Wheels & Suspension

    Front Suspension Front suspension usually includes telescopic forks. Telescopic with Anti Friction Bush

    Rear Suspension Rear suspension setup mostly uses a rear mono-shock. Twin Shock Absorber

    Braking System Braking system is used to reduce the speed of the vehicle or bring it to a standstill. --

    Rear Wheel Size Rear wheel size indicates the diameter of the rear wheel. 15 inch

    Front Tyre Size Front tyre size indicate the profile of the front tyre. 90/70x17

    Rear Tyre Size Rear tyre size indicates the profile of the rear tyre. 130/90x15

    Front Brake Type Most vehicles feature a disc brake at the front although some commuter segment products come with a drum setup. Disc

    Front Brake Size Front brake size indicates the size of the disc or drum setup at the front wheel. 260 mm

    Rear Brake Type Most vehicles come with a drum brake setup at the back although higher spec models feature a disc brake at the rear. Drum

    Rear Brake Size Rear brake size indicates the size of the disc or drum setup at the front wheel. 130 mm

    Calliper Type --

    Wheel Type Wheel types include two types - Wire-spoke and Alloy wheels. Alloy

    Front Wheel Size Front wheel size indicates the diameter of the front wheel. 17 inch

    Tyre Type Tyre types are divided into two - Tubeless and Tube Type. Tubeless

    Radial Tyres Radial tyres use steel belts that run at a 90-degree angle with the tread line. No

    Front Tyre Pressure (Rider) --

    Rear Tyre Pressure (Rider) --

    Front Tyre Pressure (Rider & Pillion) --

    Rear Tyre Pressure (Rider & Pillion) --

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  • Dimensions & Chassis

    Kerb Weight Kerb weight of the motorcycle is the total weight of a vehicle that is ready for operation. It includes all standard equipment and necessary consumables. 150 kg

    Seat Height The seat height is the height of the rider's saddle from the ground. --

    Ground Clearance The ground clearance is the distance between the ground and the lowest point of a vehicle. 169 mm

    Overall Width Total width of the vehicle. 806 mm

    Overall Height Overall height is the tallest point of a motorcycle, usually the mirror or the top of a windscreen. 1,070 mm

    Wheelbase The wheelbase is the distance between the front and the rear wheel. 1,480 mm

    Overall Length Overall length of the vehicle is the total length of a two-wheeler from the front to the back. 2,210 mm

    Chassis Type The chassis type is the primary/main frame of a two-wheeler. Tubular Double Cradle

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  • Manufacturer Warranty

    Standard Warranty (Year) --

    Standard Warranty (Kilometers) --


Odometer Odometer keeps the track of the total kilometres travelled by a vehicle in its lifetime. Digital

DRLs (Daytime running lights) Daytime Running Lights, as the name suggest, are the lights that stay ON when the main headlight is switched off. This feature makes a vehicle easily visible in the rear view mirror of other vehicles. --

Mobile App Connectivity Mobile App Connectivity connects the smartphone to the instrument cluster via Bluetooth to offer access to features such as incoming calls, messages, and music. --

Low Oil Indicator--

Low Battery IndicatorYes

Pillion BackrestNo

GPS & Navigation GPS & Navigation function works via Bluetooth to deliver directions on the instrument cluster. --

USB charging port A USB charging port can be used to charge devices on the go. The feature, which is either available as standard or via accessories, can come handy to recharge devices such as smartphones while riding a vehicle. --

Front storage box --

Under seat storage --

AHO (Automatic Headlight On) Automatic Headlight On feature keeps the main headlamp of the vehicle running all the time. This improves the visibility of a motorcycle/scooter in the rear-view mirror of vehicle ahead. --

Speedometer Speedometer gives an indication of the current speed at which a vehicle is travelling. Analogue

Fuel Guage Fuel guage indicates the level of fuel available in the tank of a vehicle. Yes

Digital Fuel Guage Digital fuel guage shows the information about the fuel level in a vehicle through a digital display. No

Tachometer Tachometer shows the real-time reading of the revs per minute (RPM) at which the engine is operating. --

Stand Alarm Stand alarm notifies the rider if the side stand of the vehicle is engaged. Some vehicles comes with a side stand cut-off feature that does not allow the motor to start until the side stand is lifted. No

Stepped Seat In a stepped seat layout, the pillion seat is slightly taller than the rider seat. Yes

No. of Tripmeters No of tripmeters indicate the total number of trip meters that a vehicle's instrument cluster features. Usually, premium vehicles come with two trip meters, while budget two-wheelers feature a single trip meter. 2

Tripmeter Type Tripmeters are available in two type - analogue and digital. The analogue unit usually features a single trip meter while a digital display may come with two trip meters. Digital

Low Fuel Indicator Low fuel indicator aims to remind the rider that the vehicle is running low on fuel, and it should be refueled soon. Yes

Pillion GrabrailYes

Pillion SeatYes

Pillion FootrestYes

Start TypeElectric Start

Shift LightNo



Battery12 V, 4Ah, VRLA

Headlight Type--

Brake/Tail Light--

Turn Signal--

Pass LightYes

Additional features--

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Bajaj Avenger Street 180 User Reviews

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  •  1Worst experience to purchase avenger 180 9 months ago by Yogesh, Kangra

    My experience with avenger 180 is the worst. I bought it 4 years ago and after the 2nd day of purchasing there is a problem to start the bike.. Then I complained to the agency palampur. They told me that this is a defect from the company side and the company will replac

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    • Ridden for

      5000-10000 kms

  •  1Reality check. 1 year ago by Murtaza Rashid, Udaipur

    Not that comfortable to ride. Hands pain after riding it for more than 30 mins In the beginning the average of this bike was around 25 kms but now its not even 16 The only good thing about this bike is the looks. My advice would be buy this bike only if you are too rich

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      Daily Commute

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    • Ridden for

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  •  5Ride with the pride 1 year ago by Omkar, Ichalkaranji

    Hello everyone, I am using Bajaj avenger street 180 from last 2 and half years. It was my dream bike and I am so lucky to have it. Between those years I am so happy and satisfied with my bike's over all performance. I have driven this bike through heavy rain and shiveri

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    • Ridden for

      > 15000 kms

    • Got mileage of

      50 kmpl

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  •  4Nice experience with avenger 180 street 2 years ago by Vishnu, Cheranellore

    I'm using this bike since june 2018, at first there was some problems like self issue and fuel meter misreadings, except that the bike is performing still good. I am travelling daily 50 to 80kms daily in a busy city. Riding through cities and highways both are very comf

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    • Used it for

      Daily Commute

    • Owned for

      > 1 yr

    • Ridden for

      > 15000 kms

    • Got mileage of

      46 kmpl

  •  4Best bike ever in 2019 and 2020 2 years ago by Mayur, Bangalore

    It is an wonder full bike ever i have seen in my life,actually i had gone to showroom to review the bike.I felt this bike is the best.This bike good for long rides,as my friend goes every weekend days. Comfortable and look is so sexy.It is best bike for students and 40

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  •  1Please don't waste your money on this 3 years ago by Arindam Chatterjee, Kolkata

    In one word it's a pathetic bike. Bajaj should be feeling ashamed of launching this one specifically. It's terribly worthless. Would suggest everyone planning to buy any model of avenger, specially 180 street, should not consider buying it without even a doubt. I have p

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      Daily Commute

    • Owned for

      6 months-1 yr

    • Ridden for

      5000-10000 kms

    • Got mileage of

      30 kmpl

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