Avenger 160 Price in Bangladesh 2022 | Bajaj Official
Mar 15, 2022

Avenger 160 price in Bangladesh

Most Bangladeshi people are probably already familiar with the Bajaj Avenger 160. Even if some people don’t know the same, they have probably seen an Avenger around the streets of their house. It’s a popular bike given the search term Avenger 160 price in Bangladesh comes up again and again in Google.

However, the search term is no coincidence. Cruisers like the Avenger 160 are rising in demand like a rocket. Not everyone wants a sports bike that can tear the streets. Most people want a comfortable ride that will feel like they are riding on cotton candy. If you can do it around the country with a two-wheeler that can basically tear through traffics as well, that’s a massive bonus for a lot of people.

That’s exactly the market segment where the Bajaj Avenger 160 resides. Let’s give you some details about it and its current price in Bangladesh.
But first, did you know that Bajaj is currently the world’s most valuable two-wheeler company?

Bajaj Auto- The World’s Most Valuable Two-Wheeler Company

Bajaj Auto Limited is a part of the Bajaj Group, and it’s an Indian multinational two-wheeler and three-wheeler manufacturing company based in Pune, Maharashtra. Founded in 1945, the company is laden with 75 years of rich history.

It’s currently the world’s most valuable two-wheeler company after crossing a market capitalisation of US$13.6 billion in December 2020. Bajaj Auto was ranked at 1,416 in the Forbes Global 2000 list for the year 2012.

The Famed Bajaj Avenger Series

The cruiser market is a slow push regarding the Bangladeshi market. If you think about it, there’s a reason behind it. Bangladesh isn’t exactly known for roads that are in good condition. If there’s one thing that can dictate the majority of your cruising needs- road condition.

So, until a few years back, there was not that much demand for cruisers in Bangladesh. But with the megaprojects that are changing the face of our roads, cruisers are becoming more and more popular. People are confident about travelling around the country.

Naturally, as cruisers are one of the most, if not the most, comfortable bikes for cruising, bikes like the Bajaj Avenger are now coming under our show light.

The First Generation Avengers rolled out from Bajaj’s factories in India back in 2005. The First Generation Avenger 180 is the first cruiser bike developed by an Indian brand. The Avenger 200 had a powerhouse that was modified from the Pulsar 200. After these two came the Avenger 220 with an impressive top speed of around 135 kilometres per hour.

Between 2015 and 2017, the Second Generation of Bajaj Avengers started to hit the roads. Those bikes included the Avenger street 150, Avenger Street 220, etc.
The third generation Avengers hit the market in the year 2018. This marks an important time for the Avengers as they got some significant facelifts compared to the previous models. Changes include a new headlamp with LED and a digital instrument cluster etc.

The Bajaj Avenger 160 ABS came out in 2019, and undoubtedly, it became an instant heartthrob for the young and the seniors alike.

Avenger 160 Review

So, let’s give you a quick ride with a brief review of the Bajaj Avenger 160.

Avenger 160 Key Specifications

Below are the key specifications of the Bajaj Avenger 160 ABS.

Bike Details

Brand Bajaj Motors
Model Bajaj Avenger 160 
CC Category 150 CC
Distributor in Bangladesh Uttara Motors Ltd.
Avenger 160 Street price in Bangladesh 2,30,500 BDT
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Engine & Transmission

Exact Displacement Figure 160.37 CC
Engine Type Four-stroke, Single cylinder, Two Valves, Twin Spark, SOHC (Single Overhead Camshaft) DTS-i Engine
Maximum Power Output 15 PS @ 8500rpm
Maximum Torque Output 15 PS @ 8500rpm
Number of Gears 5
Clutch Wet, Multi-Plate
Engine Cooling Air-Cooled
Fuel Supply Carburetor
Starting Method Electric Starter
Transmission Type Manual

 

Body Dimensions

Fuel Tank Capacity 13 Liters (3.8 Reserve)
Saddle Height 737 mm
Ground Clearance 169 mm
Total Height 1070 mm
Total Length 2210 mm
Total Width 806 mm
Kerb Weight 156 kg
Wheelbase 1409 mm

 

Brakes, Wheels & Suspensions

Front Brake 280 mm Disc
Rear Brake Drum
Front Brake Type Single-Channel ABS
Rear Brake Type Speed Counter with no ABS
Front Suspension Telescopic Forks Suspension
Rear Suspension Two Shocks, 5-step Adjustable Shock-absorbing Suspensions
Front Tyre 90/70-17, 49P
Rear Tyre 130/90-15, 66P
Tyre Type Tubeless
 Wheel Type Alloy

 

Speed & Mileage

Mileage (Average) 40-45 Km/l (Approx; tested in a controlled environment)
Top Speed 115-125 Km/h (Tested in a controlled environment)

 

Electronics

Battery  12V, 4Ah VRLA (Valve Regulated Lead–Acid)
Connection Type DC
Headlight (High Beam)  12V, 55/60W (Blue Tinge) Halogen
Tail Light  12V, 21/5W LED
Indicators  12V, 10W Bulb
Daytime Running Lights (DRL)  Double LED DRL

 

Features

Handle Type  Raised Handlebars
Fuel Indicator
Speedometer  ✓, Analogue
Odometer  ✓, Digital
Clock  ✓
Trip Meter  ✓, Digital
Pass Switch  
Seat type  Stretched-out seat

 

Quick Review

As you can see from the specifications, the Bajaj Avenger 160 is a true cruiser. It may not have the massive, shiny engines of the Harley-Davisons, but can you complain, given our 160 CC limit?

To be honest, if you consider the current road conditions of Bangladesh and guess how they will be 5 to 7 years from now, a cruiser like the Avenger 160 with its 160 CC engine is more than enough. Cruisers aren’t meant for blazing fast speed or off-roading. They are purpose-built machines keeping one thing in mind- comfort in long cruises. The Avenger 160 CC’s engine is adequately equipped to give you just that on Bangladeshi roads.

A further fact to add to the argument, with a top speed of around 115-125 kmph, are you gonna miss anything much that standard bikes will give you? The Bajaj Avenger 160 comes with a hybrid engine. We call it a hybrid because it borrows its DNA from two bikes- the Bajaj Avenger 180 and the Bajaj Pulsar NS 160. If you aren’t aware, these bikes are no jokes. The same goes for the Bajaj Avenger’s 160 CC hybrid engine.

The ABS brake is another massive advantage for the bike. It has a powerful engine, so it will go fast. When you go fast, safety becomes a significant issue. Bajaj equipped the Avenger 160 with an ABS system just to address this safety issue.

Then are the LED systems for its lights. Both the DRL and the taillight is LED. This gives the bikes a modern yet classy look.

With a ground clearance of 169 mm, you’re all good for most Bangladeshi roads. Despite the ground clearance that can be compared to the standard bikes in Bangladesh, the bike still looks as if it is barely scraping by the ground. This adds to the aggressive look of the bike.

The massive 13 liter fuel tank, coupled with its 3.8 liter reserve tank, will give you the peace of mind. Even if you ride your heart out in the highways, a full tank will give you at least 500+ kilometers of range before needing to refuel. That’s enough for you to cross hundreds of fuel stations and stations that can fuel your belly as well!

The bike is also weighty. Cruisers, in general, tend to be on the heavier side. This is good as this will give you some added stability at high speeds. The relatively wide wheelbase of 1490 mm also adds to the bike’s already impressive stability around corners. But given that it’s a cruiser, the turning radius is a bit on the high side. But that’s something typical to cruisers. If you decide to buy a cruiser, a high turning radius is something you have to get used to.

The front telescopic forks suspension is plenty for Bangladeshi roads. You can adjust the rear suspensions, which is a big bonus too. You won’t lean too much on this bike so the twin shocks in the rear will perform very good. The tires here are on the meaty side, giving you plenty of grip, given the bike’s size and posture.

Avenger 160 Price in Bangladesh

You have the option to buy these bikes with an EMI facility. Still, you have to check this with your dealer as this is not always available. You can also refer to the EMI calculator on Bajaj’s website so you can plan out your finances.

However, pricing is always subject to change depending on the market condition. So it’s better if you contact Bajaj directly before visiting a dealer.
The current price of the Avenger 160 in Bangladesh is 2,30,500 BDT. This pricing is very aggressive compared to the competition. Given the number of available features on the bike, you’ll find it very tough to find an alternative that’ll offer you this attractive of a deal.

Why Do People Buy the Avenger 160?

So, Why do people buy the Avenger 160? We can give you three reasons.

1. It's a cruiser.
2. It's a cruiser.
3. It's a damn cruiser!

Joking! But on a serious note, can you find a better alternative to the Bajaj Avenger 160? You will be hard-pressed to find one.

Bajaj Avenger 160’s price to performance ratio is unmatched in its category. Couple that with the excellent Indian reliability and relatively low servicing cost. Bajaj’s bikes will keep you serviced long enough for you to consider that it has become obsolete when newer, shinier machines hit the market.

The same is true for the Bajaj Avenger 160. People flocked to the previous Avengers when they came out back in 2005. Nothing has changed 15-16 years later. People are madly in love with the series, and Bajaj has continually improved the bike to match the demands of its fans.

And like I said, cruisers are the next hot thing for Bangladeshis. They want these machines to meet their cruising desires. The massive pillion seat means two people can comfortably cruise around casually without any pain or backaches or anything. That’s another reason these bikes are rising in popularity.

Where to Buy From?

Uttara Motors Ltd. is the main distributor of Bajaj in Bangladesh. There are many Bajaj dealers available here. As of the time of this writing, there are 312 dealers nationwide in Bangladesh. You can find a store near you using Bajaj Bangladesh’s official website. You can contact them directly via your cellphone or you can also fill in a form on their website and a representative will get in touch with you.

Conclusion

So, do you now understand why the search term Avenger 160 price in Bangladesh is so popular? The Bajaj Avengers are the first bikes that introduced cruisers to Southeast Asian markets. They are classy, comfortable, powerful and perfect for long-range cruises- even with a pillion. The Bajaj Avenger 160 is Bajaj’s latest iteration of its cruisers for the Bangladeshi market. Try the bike. You will not be disappointed. That’s a promise from Bajaj.