Bajaj Avenger given the Harley Davidson Street 750 treatment

The motorcycle in these images is a Bajaj Avenger turned Harley Davidson Street 750. No, it may not be a model that will be launched by Bajaj in the future, but a customized look-alike of the baby Harley.

Pune-based Autologue Designs have previewed the latest motorcycle kit for the Bajaj Avenger, in order to stand out from a crowd of increasing buyers, for the cruiser. The best part of the kit will obviously be its sheer value-for-money and affordability. It will be available in 2 body styles, one with a completely new seat and the other with pillion seat cowl.

Pre-bookings will open soon, with prices for the styling packages ranging about Rs. 15,000. What do you get for your money is a front headlamp unit and a faux radiator unit just under the tank, fixed with a pillion seat cowl being an optional choice with a new seat option.

Mechanically, the motorcycle will not undergo any changes in its displacement and will be powered by the same engines powering he Avenger Twins. Though the performance gap between the Harley and the Avenger is huge, the looks will undoubtedly be the same between the two.

The Avenger often called the ‘poor man’s Harley Davidson Street’, could shed its tag with this major styling update in the future.

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