Bajaj will Launch the Much Awaited Avenger 400 in 2020
One of the most-awaited Bajaj Avenger 400 is expected to launch by mid-2020 for the Indian market. This massive and efficient motorcycle will sport some unique features to meet the requirements of millennials.
The upcoming Bajaj Avenger will receive the most powerful engine in its segment and it is most likely going to be Dominar’s 373cc engine. It will get a similar type of engine configuration (liquid-cooled) as the current Avenger but with higher engine displacement. Avenger 400 will look a lot like the Street 220 with the speedometer on the tank providing enough space for a digital unit. The digital instrument cluster is likely to display all the necessary information that includes odometer, tachometer, and trip meter.
In terms of comfort, Avenger 400 will sport a pillion backrest, electric start, windscreen, kill switch, and a passing beam. Currently, there is no confirmation on whether the bike will feature LEDs with the headlamp. Even after high engine displacement, this bike is expected to provide a mileage of 24kmpl in the city and 28kmpl on the highways.
The handling for Bajaj Avenger 400 will remain the same measuring 2210mm in length, 806mm in width, and 1142mm in height. The suspension assembly is also expected to be the same as the current Avenger featuring telescopic front forks and gas-charged twin shock absorbers at the rear side.
This monster from India’s one of the largest two-wheeler manufacturer will sport a 373cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine which will be coupled with triple spark plugs and fuel injection. It is the same engine used in Dominar that generates 39.4hp and 35Nm of torque. It will be coupled with a six-speed transmission and there are chances of a change in the engine power and torque as the bike will wield cruiser characteristics.
Bajaj Avenger 400 will be a direct competitor for UN Renegade Commando, Benelli imperial 400, and Royal Enfield. The price for this motorcycle will range between Rs. 2-2.4Lakh.
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