22 November 2012 ~ 28 Comments

Bajaj Avenger 220

Bajaj Avenger is one of the few cruiser kind motorcycles available in India. It was inspired by the Kawasaki eliminator and was initially launched with a 180cc engine. This has now been gradually increased to now come with a 220cc engine. The Avenger comes with a 5 speed transmission, a 14 liter fuel tank, a 4 stroke single cylinder engine, 19.03 PS max power, 17.5 max torque and a wheelbase of 58.1 inches. You can buy an Avenger from Delhi at an ex-showroom price of Rs. 76,835.

Bajaj Avenger 220 Mileage

Bajaj Avenger Mileage

Considering that the Bajaj Avenger is not your regular take-to-office kind of a bike, mileage is not the first priority when it comes to features. In any case, at 220CC, the engine enhances the power of the bike at the cost of fuel consumption which means you may not see the regular 60+ kmpl mileage claims like manufacturers do with the bikes with smaller engines. Bajaj claims the mileage of Bajaj Avenger to be 49.8 kmpl under standard testing conditions.

Bajaj Avenger Fuel Consumption Reviews

Cruiser motorcycles has its legions of fans and so you will not have too many buyers complain about mileage. That’s because mileage was not the priority even when they purchased the bike. According to the official review on PriceDekho, the Bajaj Avenger should draw 32-35 kmpl under regular city conditions. BikeDekho, one of their sister sites though claims the average mileage to be as much as 40 kmpl. That’s a pretty high variance here and so we are going to assume the latter fuel efficiency is what you will see on the highways.

ZigWheels.com rates the Bajaj Avenger the second most fuel efficient bike in the 200-250cc segment – behind Bajaj Pulsar 220F. In their tests, they were able to extract 40 kmpl in the city and 49 kmpl on the highways. Assuming that the next best in the segment only offered an average mileage of 39 kmpl, you must say that the Avenger is a pretty solid bike in the category.

Classifieds sites are always an excellent place to review the actual mileages. In a post on Olx, a customer claims that he sees 38 kilometers per liter on his Nov 2011 model of the Bajaj Avenger 220. That’s not bad and is pretty close to what others report.

I looked into a few consumer complaints forum and even here mileage is not one of the reported issues. On ComplaintBoard, a customer reports seeing a mileage of 35 kmpl. So as you can see, you are guaranteed a mileage of over 30 kmpl which is pretty much expected on a motorcycle of this size.

Should you buy a Bajaj Avenger?

There are a host of reasons including the need for a cruiser kind motorcycle that should go into your decision making process. But be assured that mileage is not one of them. At an average of around 35 kmpl, the Bajaj Avenger seems to do a good job in fuel efficiency while managing the rest of the features better. Here is a summary of what the various reviewers say.

Source, City Mileage (kmpl), Highways (kmpl)
Official, 49.8, —
PriceDekho, 32-35, —
BikeDekho, –, 40
ZigWheels, 40, 49
Olx, 38, —
ComplaintBoard, 35, —

28 Responses to “Bajaj Avenger 220”

  1. shiv 2 July 2013 at 9:30 am Permalink

    i wants to purchase a bajaj avenger bike

  2. samir biswas 2 July 2013 at 8:17 pm Permalink

    highway ka raja…, hill ka badshah…, nice grip… really feel like god… and god is bindass abt mileage…

  3. rahul 14 July 2013 at 1:55 pm Permalink

    i want to increase mileage of my bajaj avenger 220 oilcooled now its giving 30kmpl, so i want to increase the mileage to 40kmpl will any one suggest me how to increase the mileage

    • unknown 18 July 2015 at 12:48 am Permalink

      Simply change your bike.

  4. pulihorraja 15 July 2013 at 6:13 pm Permalink

    Worst bike, money waste, bad service. only 20kmpl. rotten engine. shit. dont buy

    • harsh 11 May 2015 at 4:47 pm Permalink

      same problem faced by me
      buyed just a week ago

  5. govinda 23 July 2013 at 9:34 am Permalink

    I want to know about avenger 220 exact average and please suggest me whether to buy or not

  6. Frankenstien 15 November 2013 at 10:02 am Permalink

    Ever heard of the word… “SERVICING” ha ha ha ha… 😉

  7. DHIRAJ RAMCHANDANI 26 December 2013 at 11:43 am Permalink

    I bought this beast a year back, and i think its one of the best cruiser bikes allover…. In city conditions, with normal traffic, i got on an average of 42 mileage.., while on highways i observed mileage upto 51 three times….

  8. saeed 30 December 2013 at 8:09 am Permalink

    i want to know the price of bajaj avenger 220 in kerala.. also about milage..
    somebody says can be increase milage upto 45km/l is it true?

  9. gaurang 12 October 2014 at 10:13 am Permalink

    i m thinking of purchasing the bike .. but i m not earning right now . i just wanna to know how much average will it give in the city like lko …

  10. saurabh sharma 5 February 2015 at 5:12 pm Permalink

    Main avanger lana chata hoon so app log suggest kare ki le ki nahi aur iska averag kitna hai

    • vishal 20 July 2015 at 12:17 pm Permalink

      Ap kripa karke bike na le..aur kahi gatar me ja k apni jaan le lijiye plz

      • DUDE 29 October 2015 at 5:40 pm Permalink

        Bhai aap dude hain kintu ooper wala bhi kam nahi 😛

  11. bullet king 21 February 2015 at 4:29 am Permalink

    best bike after enfield in India. i have traveled to ladakh with this bike never give me any problem, good average up to 48 kmph. i suggest to buy this bike. India’s only cruiser bike

  12. Karthik 10 April 2015 at 10:13 am Permalink

    Hello pulihorraja you need to check the bike with good company service..
    ensure that you don’t do any modification in your bike.. I am getting in Chennai city traffic itself i am getting 35 to 38.
    20kmpl is not at all possible unless poor maintenance..

  13. Pankaj 2 July 2015 at 7:19 am Permalink

    38 on highway when Riding between 60- 70 kmph.
    Not used in city yet

  14. arjun 5 July 2015 at 8:51 am Permalink

    i have purchased avenger 220..in 2013…it owsome bike ..looks wise and average wise it is too good and more comfortable for riding anywhere ..we r proud my self bcos I did choosed this bike ….average aproxxiltly.45 ……m enjoy ….

  15. Divesh Singh Thakur 17 July 2015 at 4:19 am Permalink

    Dosto kal hi lekar aaya hu avenger 220cc so can somebody tell me about the actual average about it. Kyunki yaar isse pehle mere paas splendor thi

  16. unknown 18 July 2015 at 12:47 am Permalink

    Simply change your bike..

  17. fuck u guysss 7 September 2015 at 6:31 pm Permalink

    Ye chitiyano sahi se batao kitna average milta hai.

  18. A pal 20 September 2015 at 5:55 pm Permalink

    People r claiming an average mileage of 30-35…but i am fromwest bengal and. I mostly have to drive in heavy traffic conditions..i bought it on 10th september and filled 11 litres in my tank..3.4ltrs is its reserve..so 7.5 litres remain..i have driven 300 kms already in on position..it might end very soon but what i wanted to say is if u calculate i have i already got 40kmpl..what more can we xpct from a carburetor bike of 220cc??and to mention more i drove 60-70 kms only in highway and the rest 220 in city..now u can eaaily find out the. Whole story..all i can say is u have to drive it moderately not rash..increase ur speed but not suddenly its a 220ccbike and riding at 70 will not cause any decreaae in fuel cfficiency

    • Tanveer 8 January 2016 at 7:36 am Permalink

      Thankx.. ur review is really helpful

  19. EswarSingh 4 November 2015 at 6:30 pm Permalink

    Hi guys i bought new avenger tiz my dream bike i loved riding in street model comparing to royal Enfield thunderbird it’s better bike in fuel and maintenance etc

    • Sumit 9 November 2015 at 12:52 pm Permalink

      Dear Eswar

      i am interested to purchase this avenger street 220, . how the ride quality, my major requirement would be in city driving

      request you to kindly share your experience about this new bike


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