Is Bajaj Avenger 150 Street a comfortable bike? What about pillion’s comfort?
Hi.. I am a family man with 4 year old daughter. I want to know if this bike is comfortable for long drives with wife and kid. Is it possible to replace seat with that of Royal Enfield bikes or the cruise 220 version with pillion back rest? Also, my height is 5’11”. Will I face any discomfort driving this bike? In heavy traffic, is it possible to maneuver this in gaps easily between two wheelers?
The bike is comfortable for long drives and you can get yourself a rear backrest for an easy ride on the highway and the seat would not need any replacement as it is the most comfortable one available in its segment. It is good when it comes to city riding with its differently designed handlebar. You would not face any problem with the bike and it would be the second best option after getting yourself a 125 cc scooter for that enhanced ease for the family. It uses a 149cc engine producing 14.3 BHP and 12.5 NM of torque.