- Instrument cluster now displays fuel economy details
- Gets a low battery indicator and a service reminder
- No styling or mechanical upgrades to the motorcycle
Bajaj Auto has revised the instrument cluster of the 220F, and the updated display packs more information than before. The tachometer and the telltale indicators remain unaltered, although the digital display features a revised layout.
The speedometer has been repositioned to the left side of the display while the fuel gauge occupies the right bottom of the screen. The odometer and the two trip meters are placed on the right side of the screen. Details about the fuel economy and range, too, are seen on the right side of the display. The top part of the display retains the side-stand warning. It is, however, now joined by a service reminder and a low-battery indicator.
The changes are limited to the updated instrument cluster. The styling, on the other hand, remains unaltered. Thus, the motorcycle continues to carry a semi-fairing design, vertically stacked headlight, muscular fuel tank, an engine cowl, and split-style seats. The hardware continues to include telescopic front forks, twin-sided rear springs, disc brakes on both wheels, and a single-channel ABS.
Mechanical specifications include a 220cc, single-cylinder, oil-cooled engine that produces 20bhp at 8,500rpm and 18.55Nm at 7,000rpm. The motor is linked to a five-speed gearbox.