TVS Ronin vs Bajaj Avenger: Which motorcycle should you buy?


Since its launch, TVS Ronin has caused quite a stir in the Indian market. One of the most unique things about the Ronin is its design language, which is a cross between a cruiser and a scrambler with some neo-retro elements. One of Ronin’s competitors is the Bajaj Avenger 220 which has been sold in India for a long time. Here is a comparison between TVS Ronin and Bajaj Avenger 220.

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Updated on:
May 9, 2023 at 20:37 pm

In theory, TVS Ronin is more powerful than Bajaj Avenger 220.

TVS Ronin vs Bajaj Avenger: Looks

The Avenger 220 looks like a proper cruiser, with its large windshield, unibody seats with backrests, and forward-facing footrests. On the other hand, Ronin’s design is a bit polarizing, and everyone doesn’t like it. It has a muscular fuel tank and neo-retro design elements, the design is a cross between a scrambler and a cruiser.

TVS Ronin vs Bajaj Avenger: Specifications

Powering the Ronin is a 225.9 cc air-cooled engine. It puts out 20.1 bhp and 19.3 Nm. It’s paired with a 5-speed transmission that gets a slip and assist clutch. The Avenger 220, on the other hand, uses an oil-cooled 220 cc engine that produces 18.76 bhp and 17.55 Nm of torque. It is paired with a 5-speed gearbox.

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TVS Ronin vs Bajaj Avenger: Features

In terms of features, the Avenger 220 comes with a windshield, digital instrument cluster, spoked rims and LED daytime running lights. In contrast, Ronin offers a lot of functionality. There’s Bluetooth connectivity, all LED lighting, a digital instrument cluster, adjustable stalk Glide Through technology and alloy wheels.

TVS Ronin vs Bajaj Avenger: Prices

The Bajaj Avenger 220 is priced at ¥138,000. The price of Ronin is between ¥149,000 and ¥169 thousand. All prices are ex-showroom prices. Yes, the Ronin is slightly more expensive, but it’s a more modern product offering more features, an improved engine, and better hardware.

First published date: May 9, 2023 at 20:37 PM CST

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