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Bajaj Avenger 400 Price, Launch Date, Mileage and Specifications



Bajaj Avenger 400

Bajaj Avenger 400 is a standout amongst the most prominent cruisers around town with its competitive price and features. It is the cheapest bike in India. Different bits of gossip are around with respect to its launch, and we expect the launch of Bajaj Avenger 400 by year-end or mid-2019.

We anticipate that Bajaj Avenger 400 will be evaluated around Rs 1.4 Lakhs, less expensive than the Dominar 400. Likewise, there would not be any design changes on the new bike. Read ahead to know more about Bajaj Avenger 400 specifications

Bajaj Avenger 400 Launch Date

An ongoing report from Autocar Professional expresses that the up and coming Avenger model will launch in December 2018. Up until this point, the organization hasn’t been vocal about the Bajaj Avenger 400 Launch Date.

Bajaj Avenger 400 Price in India

We saw the Bajaj Dominar 400 going on special at an incredibly low cost of around Rs 1.34 lakh. Presently, it appears as though it’s the Avenger’s swing to shock everybody. We are expecting the new model Avenger to go marked down in Rs 1.4 – 1.6 lakh price section.

Bajaj Avenger 400 Engine 

The forthcoming Bajaj Avenger 400 will share its engine to the Dominar 400. In any case, we do anticipate that the organization will re-tune the engine to suit the cruiser-bike qualities of the Avenger. For the Dominar, this KTM-sourced 373.3cc single-barrel engine yields the greatest intensity of 35 PS alongside a pinnacle torque of 35 Nm. The up and coming new Avenger display, more than likely, will offer possibly lesser power yet somewhat higher torque. For the Avenger 400, this engine is probably going to yield 34 PS and 36 Nm. The engine will come mated to a six-speed manual transmission. The cruiser will get more extensive tires, regular long-travel adaptive forks at the front and twin safeguards at the back.

Bajaj Avenger 400 Mileage

The Bajaj Avenger 400 is probably going to offer a fuel mileage of up to 28 KMPL on the major highway. In the city-riding conditions, the normal mileage could drop to as low as 24 KMPL.

Bajaj Avenger 400 Features

  • Maintenance Free Battery
  • Pillion Backrest
  • Odometer
  • Trip Meter
  • ABS
  • Tachometer
  • Fuel Gauge
  • Analogue Speedometer
  • Clock
  • Side-stand Indicator
  • Electric Start
  • Windscreen (optional)
  • Pass Beam
  • Engine Kill Switch

Bajaj Avenger 400 Dimensions

The Avenger 400 won’t be any greater than the present Avengers. It will gauge 2210 mm long, 806 mm in width and 1142 mm in height. It will get a wheelbase of 1490 mm with a ground freedom of 169 mm.

Bajaj Avenger 400 Design

We are inspired by the design of the Dominar 400, which resembles a diluted version of the Ducati Diavel. Bajaj may think of something similarly alluring and neo-present day with the Avenger 400. One thing that is without a doubt is that the bike will have a cruiser body compose. We may even observe bits like a round headlamp with LED apparatuses, which will give the cruiser a neo-retro look.

Bajaj Avenger 400 – Colors and Variants

Avenger 400 may come in two variations, such as Avenger 400 Street and Avenger 400 Cruise. On the off chance that the Avenger 400 comes in cruiser variation, it will come in Moon White and Autumn Black shades. If it comes in the Street Variant, it will come in Matt White and Matt Black colors.

Bajaj Avenger 400 – Competition

In India, it will keep on competing with the Royal Enfield bicycles like the Classic, Bullet and the Thunderbird series. Likewise, UM Renegade Commando and the up and coming Benelli Imperiale 400 will go up against the Avenger 400.


Bajaj Pulsar 220 F ABS Feature details and specifications, Brakes, Engine, Mileage, Price.




Back in 2007 when Pulsar 220 was launched, it was rage and it sold well to date. Now Bajaj has launched Pulsar 220 F. They have added many refreshments to the bike to make it look fresh….fresh graphics, new engine guard, 17-inch alloy wheels & the exhaust has a matt black attestment. Though it looks fresh, the iconic look has been maintained as many people like the way Pulsar 220 looks. For example, at the back, the legendary Bajaj’s twin-tail design remains the same. The instrument cluster has been redesigned. Bajaj Pulsar 220 F has a blue backlight and comes with several features like odometer, tachometer, fuel gauge, twin trip meter. It still hasn’t got the gear indicator.


It already came with disc brakes on both wheels and therefore had good control over that kerb weight of 155 kg. Bajaj Pulsar 220 F still comes with the same 260 mm ventilated disc in front and 240 mm ventilated disc in the rear but also has a single-channel ABS. It’s a good initiative by Bajaj as it ensures more safety.


Powering the Bajaj Pulsar 220 F is the 220cc single cylinder engine which generates 20.93 PS of power @8500 rpm and 18.5 Nm of torque @ 7000 rpm. It has a 5-speed gearbox that is smooth and refined. It has a punchy performance and the acceleration is good. Torque spreads very linearly but it starts losing power post 9000 rpm. Combining this all, you get a decent performing engine which makes it possible to hit that 100 kmph mark in 11.37 seconds. It can go up to 134 kmph.


Engine TypeSingle Cylinder, 4-Stroke, 2-Valve, Twin Spark DTS-i Engine
Displacement220 cc
Max Power20.93 PS @ 8500 rpm
Max Torque18.55 Nm @ 7000 rpm
Cooling SystemOil Cooled
IgnitionDigital Twin Spark
Body TypeSports Bikes, Tourer Bikes
ABSSingle Channel
Fuel Capacity15 L
Mileage (ARAI)40 Kmpl


Bajaj Pulsar 220 F has a good sitting posture with a seat height of 795 mm. the split seats add to the comfort of a pillion rider. It has a relaxed riding triangle. That’s one of the reasons why people like this bike. The suspensions Bajaj Pulsar 220F’s suspension is recognizable – it’s the same that we’ve seen on other Bajaj models, but that just means that Bajaj has had time to refine it. The bike’s front sports 37mm telescopic front fork suspension with anti-friction bush. At the rear, it has a nitrox mono-shock absorber that is five-way adjustable. The suspension of Pulsar 220F is strong, but the level of vibration felt at higher speeds when moving over uneven surfaces is greater than you would wish.


The new Bajaj Pulsar 220 F gives a mileage of about 35-40 kmpl in the city and gives up to 45 kmpl on the highway. Considering it’s a 220 cc engine, those figures are quite impressive and it makes this bike a perfect balance of power, posture, a good riding angle, and mileage. It has a fuel tank with a capacity of 15 liters which gives it a range of about 500 kilometers.


Bajaj Pulsar 220 F has been launched at a quite aggressive price of 1.07 lakhs and competes with its age-old rival Hero Karizma ZMR which comes at 1.11 lakhs. It comes in three colour schemes. Volcanic red, Black blue and Black red.

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Aprilia SR 150 Race Specifications, Feature Details, Mileage, Weight, Tyres



The all-new Aprilia SR 150 Race and it’s key specifications and review, when we think of Italian exotics, few names pop in our minds. Aprilia is one of them. They make fast, exiting and tech loaded motorcycle which like most of the Italian exotics are out of reach for us “Aam Janata”. But it all changed back in 2016 when Aprilia instead of following a trend became a trendsetter and launched India’s first performance scooter.…age-weight-tyres.html

  • It is back in the biz with some major updates. The all-new Aprilia SR 150 has been launched and it is ready again to take the market by storm again.
  • Powering the Aprilia SR is the same 154.8 cc engine which has a power output of 10.06 bhp @6750 rpm and delivers 11.4 Nm of torque @ 5000 rpm. Power delivery is linear and it does not saturate so you can hit the 100 kmph mark effortlessly.
  • It gets a telescopic suspension at the front and a mono-shock at the rear. The suspensions are on the stiffer side to offer sporty performance. It also helps to maintain stability at high speeds and offers balance while cornering.


Mileage (City)43.39 kmpl
Displacement154.8 cc
Max Power10.5 PS @ 6750 rpm
Front BrakeDisc
Fuel Capacity6.5 Ltrs
Engine TypeSingle Cylinder, 3-Valve
No. of Cylinders1
Max Torque11.4 Nm @ 5000 rpm
Rear BrakeDrum
ABSSingle Channel


  • Brakes on Aprilia SR are spot on. It gets a 220 mm disc brake from Bybre and 240 mm drum brakes at the rear. The both go nice and easy. It does 60 – 0 in 1.7 secs. It was long overdue and it was bound to happen. All the two-wheelers were getting an ABS update. it was just a matter of time before SR 150 got one too. The Aprilia SR 150 Race also has a single-channel ABS.
  • There’s also a speed console update. The Aprilia SR 150 Race has a part digital part analog speed console. The double-barrel headlamps look impressive. It gets a tubular underbone chassis. Aprilia SR 150 Race has a curb weight of 122 kg. The large 120/40 14 inch tubeless rubber tyres give it an aggressive look. It has a fuel tank with a capacity of 6.5 liters and gives a mileage of about 43.39 – 46 kmpl. Now all of this put together promises a lot and Aprilia SR 150 Race delivers.
  • It is not among the best when it comes to comfort. So if comfort is your top priority, Aprilia SR 150 Race is not your scooter. It is more about performance and sportiness.
  • The Aprilia SR 150 Race STD comes at the price of 77,291 rupees and the Aprilia SR 150 Race ABS comes at the price of 92,984 rupees.

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HYUNDAI KONA – India’s 1st electric SUV – price in India, images, mileage, features.




Everybody’s talking about electric vehicles. Politicians, Industrialists, people who are against pollution, all are talking about electric vehicles so, here it is. India’s first electric SUV, the Hyundai Kona. Now, if this car looks familiar to you. It’s because you might have already seen a regular Kona that comes in petrol and diesel. India gets an electric version.

It has a different face, no grills because there is no radiator as there is no I.C. engine under the hood rather it has a charging port there that opens only when the car is unlocked. Headlamps are placed down below the all-time running LED lamps. Same as the, front the rear tail-lights, indicators are also housed down below. It has a bit of a rugged look to it because of the body cladding. The wheels look as if they are from some concept car.

This car looks a bit futuristic but not so out of place as if it is screaming that it is an electric car. Inside also it looks familiar to a high-end Hyundai car other than there is no gear lever popping out of the center console. It operates on four buttons. Build quality, product finish is top-notch giving it a premium feel. It gets an electric parking brake, wireless charging port for smartphones, heated and cooled seats, electrically adjustable seats, electric sunroof. But everything is not that good on Kona. It isn’t that big, actually shorter than Venue. The boot space is only 332 liters which is bit of a disappointment.

General Specifications

Engine Type


Permanent Magnet Synchron


Max Power (bhp@rpm)




Max Torque (nm@rpm)




Valves Per Cylinder








Front Suspension


Mcpherson Strut


Rear Suspension




Steering Type




Steering Column


Tilt & Telescopic


Fuel TypeElectric (Battery)
Price25.3 Lakhs

Hyundai Kona has a 39.2 KWH Li-On battery which generates 136 P.S of power and 395 Nm of torque. It charges fully in about 6 hours with the complementary wall-mounted charger. It also gets a portable charger that can charge it to the range of 50 kms in under 3 hours and it can be plugged anywhere. D.C fast charging is also available in Hyundai stores and selected fuel pumps that can charge it fully in under 1 hour. You need to have no range anxiety as it can go up to 452 kms once charged fully.



The paddle shifters on this car does not change gears as there are no gears on it. They alter regenerative breaking that can be adjusted to 4 levels. You can simply brake using left paddle shifter, just hold it continuously and the vehicle stops. So you can actually control this car by just accelerator and a paddle shifter. How cool is that! It has no vibrations and is very refined. It’s a stable car and the brakes are fantastic too.

Hyundai Kona is priced at 25.3 lakhs but electric vehicles are generally more expensive than I.C. engine cars.


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Suzuki Gixxer SF 2019 Price, Mileage, Images, Review in India.



Suzuki Gixxer SF 2019

It is 2019 and Suzuki Gixxer SF is back with some major updates. This bike has an all-new body wok and wide LED headlamps. IT has a neat looking LED tail lamp as well. At a glance it has that big bike feel to it. The standard handlebars have been replaced by low Clipon handlebars affecting the rider’s ergonomics.

  •  The new Suzuki Gixxer SF still has the same 154.9 ccs single-cylinder engine that delivers 14.1  hp @ 8000 rpm and produces 14 Nm of torque @ 6600 rpm. The engine has a good refinement and works pretty smooth. Nowadays engines are made under BS6 norms to make them environment-friendly. This engine has also lost 1 horsepower to the good cause. The power comes in very linear but the engine does feel a little stressed after 7500 rpm.

Displacement155 cc
Max Power14.1 PS @ 8000 rpm
Front BrakeDisc
Fuel Capacity12 L
Engine TypeSingle Cylinder, 4-Stroke, 2 Valve, SOHC
No. of Cylinders1
Max Torque14 Nm @ 6000 rpm
Rear BrakeDisc
ABSSingle Channel


  • Despite all the fairings that this bike has, it is pretty light and weighs 146 kgs. The braking duties are done by Bybre 310 mm single disc brake on the front which also gets an ABS that works pretty good. The rear wheel has a 240 mm disc by Bybre but has no ABS which is a bit of a disappointment for a country that extensively uses rear brakes.
  • The Suzuki  Gixxer SF wears 100/80 R17 at the front and a 140/60 R17 at the rear. The rear tyre is the same as on Yamaha FZ V3.O or Honda Hornet. Pretty wide!
  • Gixxer SF has a comfortable seat that has 795 mm of height. It has a decent mileage of about 40-42 kmpl. The fuel tank has a capacity of 12 liters which gives you a range of about 500 kms . New Suzuki Gixxer SF also comes with a new information console which is pretty informative and clean. It is also less clumsy than the console which was on the old Suzuki Gixxer SF.
  • Suspensions are on the harder side considering it will run on Indian roads. The stiff suspensions help while handling but the bike but the will make you bounce a bit of a bad patch. Suzuki Gixxer SF has an aggressive riding position so with the stiff suspension it becomes a bit tiring on bad roads. Considering all that new Suzuki Gixxer SF is a good beginner bike.
  • Suzuki Gixxer is priced at Rs 1.10 lakh. Competition to it comes from Hero’s newly-launched Xtreme 200 S which is priced at Rs 98,500


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KTM RC 125 Price, Review, Colours, Mileage



KTM RC 125

KTM adds its new version of the RC to the Orange family, the “RC 125”. A few months ago we saw KTM Duke 125. That thing sure did shake us and gave us entry to the existing orange world. It has got fairings now. That is bound to make the motorcycle more exciting.

The new KTM RC 125 has a committed riding position and therefore it is an exciting option compared to its other versions. Although the all-new 124.7 cc engine does not make it boringly slow at all and it promises a top speed of 116 km/hour on the track. It is heavier than the Duke 125 by 12 kg which affects its acceleration. The RC 200 and RC 390 are the best track motorcycles of their respective segments.

The RC 125 is a bit slower but that makes it more manageable that makes it a good bike for your 1st track outing. It has the same suspension and chassis as the bigger RC. The all-digital instrument cluster looks fantastic and works perfectly.

KTM has stressed importance when it comes to safety by adding the Anti Lock Braking System (ABS) feature to this version of the RC. The KTM RC 125 as of now has been revealed in two different color schemes, an Orange-Black combination and Orange-White combination.



Displacement124.7 cc
Maximum Power14.5 HP @ 9250 rpm
Maximum Torque12 Nm @ 8000 rpm
Number of Cylinders1
Number of Gears6
Seat Height835 mm
Ground Clearance157 mm
Kerb/Wet Weight154.2 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity9.5 litres
Top Speed125 kmph
ClutchWet multi-disc clutch, mechanically actuated
Front Brake TypeFour-piston radial fixed caliper, brake Disc
Rear Brake TypeSingle-piston floating caliper, brake Disc
Mileage41.3 Kmpl


Considering things like overall performance, stability, maneuverability, total weight, and seat position the KTM RC 125 is a fair choice for those who are new to the bike world. The RC 125 comes at 1.47 Lakhs.

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