The Bajaj Avenger Precision Optimizer by EIMOR Customs is a fantastic illustration of a flawlessly constructed cruiser that undoubtedly draws attention. The Avenger features one of the nicest colour schemes for an Indian cruiser motorbike because to its blue and white design.
They have a specially made petrol tank with a right-facing fuel filler and a curved front end. That takes the place of the motorcycle’s lower, flat fuel tank. The motorcycle now has a better overall posture thanks to the elevated rear and ribbed front of the seat.
White corners and a blue middle area distinguish the front and rear fenders. A tiny circular headlight and a new spoked rim with a 19-inch diameter are displayed up front. that has an all-purpose tyre, while the rear utilises a 17-inch rim and 140-mm rubber.
Chrome rearview mirrors and a sissy bar at the back provide more vintage appeal. The front disc brake was kept by EIMOR Customs, and the factory exhaust was swapped out for a chrome unit with a wraparound exhaust pipe.
The Avenger series is now available from Bajaj Auto in three different variations. Avenger 180 Street serves as the starting point, followed by Avenger 220 Cruise and Avenger 220 Street. The first two variations have mostly black components and a dark livery with Matt hues.
The 220cc, oil-cooled engine with 18.8 BHP and 17.5 Nm of torque is the most potent one on offer. It has a 5-speed transmission and a top speed of 120 kmph, according to the manufacturer. Avenger prices currently range from INR 84,498 to INR 94,464 (ex-showroom Delhi).