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Kawasaki Bajaj Eliminator Reviews


Dec 10, 2016 12:53 PM Read

The average mileage is about 34kmpl after 5 years of use which is not good for a common man in india, The comfort is not good if we look to it as a daily bike, It's long size makes it's uncomfortable for city rides as well the seat is very hard and suspension on the stiffer side, No it's not rel...Read More

Feel like god

Aug 19, 2015 12:51 AM Read

First of all this review applies only to the Japanese made Kawasaki Eliminator 180 which was sold in India by Bajaj. The Indian made Bajaj Avenger is not the same bike. Eliminator is way way ahead of Avenger in all aspects. I have a special relation with my Eliminator. We've been through s...Read More

Nothing is better !

Jun 17, 2012 10:04 AM Read

When you own a bike for more than just a means of transport there is no bike better than the Kawasaki Bajaj Eliminator available. And it does not does get this stature because of the compulsion, its actually a great bike. The chrome looks great, build feels great, its powerful , handles wonde...Read More

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Stunning bike

Jun 08, 2012 11:30 AM Read

I've purchased the bike when it was launched in 2001 for 96, 000 till now haven't experienced any problem with bike except for the normal wear and tear. Till now, in 2012, its running strong. Avenger sucks. Spares are available and cosmetic spares of avenger can be easily fitted on avenger, W...Read More

One way gerari for self starter

Dec 12, 2011 05:56 AM Read

I lived in Agra (U.P.) nd I have kawasaki Eliminator for last 7 yrs and there's no service centre of kawasaki, but at present I'm suffering from a great problem. I show my bike to a mechanic for "self starter" coz at present ma bike's self is not working any more, the mechanic told me that thr i...Read More

In the present day, motorbikes are not a means of necessity but a luxury or just plain ol' way of convenience. The enthrallment of buying your first set of gears can definitely be head spinning. You may be one of them who wants to swing leg over, turn that accelerator and feel the breeze of freedom flowing through your hair locks. But just hold your metal horses, before you spend your money on machine, here are few critical issues that you need to resolve.

Jul 18, 2011 12:15 PM Read

Guys dont buy eliminator bike bcoz the parts are not available anywhere I am the 1 st one who buy this bike first in india in 2001 when in saathiya movie came vivek has in purple colour . So first think then buy (haati ko paalnaa aasan nahi). Remember it.

Class 1 bike

Oct 03, 2008 01:45 PM Read

I shall suggest u to buy the second hand elimator than buying a new avenger. It makes a lot of difference. I bet no other bike is such good as kawarsaki eliminator the most wonderful bike its like say for Comfort - best Performance- best Speed- best Control- best Look- best In ...Read More

Finally decided to Disown this Darling

Jun 26, 2008 04:09 PM Read

I have been owning this darling bike for the last 6 years and finally I have decided to move on - I have got all the money's worth from this black colored bike. The Price at 95K on road that to during 2002 Jan was way ahead of any other bike in India. Never has this bike let me down at anytim...Read More


Sep 04, 2007 12:20 PM Read

Who owns a Baby Elephant ?? First of all, this review is purely about Kawasaki Eliminator and not Bajaj Avenger. It was time for me to write a review on this Black Beauty after owning it for over 6 years now. GENERAL OPINION COMFORTABLE, STYLE, MAJESTY, ROADGRIP, LOTS OF CHROME and of cour...Read More

Poor man's Harley Davidson

May 05, 2007 11:00 AM Read

I was hooked to this bike the day I saw it's advertisement on a Billboard, it was like love at first sight. I decided I would have it one day if the launch price did not exceeded Rs. 75000. Although I couldn't afford it at that time even if the price would have been Rs 75K. I enquired from the d...Read More

Eliminator Electrical problems

Oct 14, 2006 02:25 PM Read

HI, Vijay Here frm Bangalore I have had this bike (Eliminator) for about 1 year now. The bike is ok per say. The after sales service is non existant. The mechanics are Idoits with no knowledge of electrical systems. Even after my telling them about the Self Starter problem The insisted ...Read More

Long term (time wise) Review

Jul 09, 2006 11:50 AM Read

I have had the eliminator since oct 2001. It has done about 14000km since I have other vehicles also which I use regularly (Maruti 800, Bajaj KB 100 and BSA 350). It is a great bike and fulfills the aspirations of wannabe cruiser riders in India who can not afford the big league like Harley etc....Read More


Apr 20, 2006 04:56 PM Read

The Eliminator at the time of its launch was the drool machine for most young indian males, its looks, the finish and all that chrome came in a never seen before cruiser pakage in india. A price tag of 90+k on the road initially just improved on the aura. But saying that the bike dissapointed...Read More

2006 Kawasaki Eliminator® 125 Motorcycles

Oct 31, 2005 05:53 PM Read

Now the all new eliminator is Eliminator 125 is powered by an air-cooled, 125cc, four-stroke, single-cylinder engine specially tuned for low- and mid-range torque, making it perfect for around-town riding. The electric starter makes getting underway easy, and a convenient five-speed transmission...Read More

Kawasaki Vulcan 500 LTD

Sep 07, 2005 05:24 AM Read

I'm writing this review here because there wasn't a separate category for Kawasaki except for those manufactured under the Bajaj banner. Also, this review might not be very relevant to consumers in India since this motorcycle has not been marketed in India - yet. I just read a few reviews abo...Read More

Journey from Eliminator to Avenger

Aug 21, 2005 12:41 PM Read

Kawasaki Eliminator now on the road with the new nickname avenger. For those who don't know the original eliminator series I would like to say that the original Eliminator from kawasaki was of 600cc and probably launched on 1996(Of course not available in india). That bike wasn't a huge success ...Read More

The real cruiser in india

Aug 15, 2005 12:52 AM Read

I am using my kawasaki eliminator for the last 3.5 years and I am totally obsessed with this bike! the next one I love to ride is a Harley Davidson V Rod. I dnt like the bullet thunderbird because it got no pick up and in highways it takes a life time to gain the top speed.... believe me as my b...Read More

An Indian Harley Davidson

Jun 13, 2005 07:03 PM Read

Hi guys, My name's jatin and I stay in delhi. I own a kawasaki caliber 115, but one of my close friends owns a kawasaki bajaj eliminator. It' been a year for him owning this motorcycle. This bike has real cruiser capabilities and does have raw power too. the bike has clocked more than 9...Read More

Bajaj Avenger Test Ride

Jun 07, 2005 01:49 PM Read

Hi all, Today I, called up the nearest Bajaj dealer to know when Avenger would be available for a test ride. To my surprise they told me that they have it on display and is available for a test ride. So I went along with a friend of mine to the dealer. There was no vehicle on the display.... ...Read More


May 12, 2005 10:40 PM Read

Hi there. im back now with some good news. The bajaj auto is going to launch its own country made cruiser. The Avenger, this will be going to have a pulsar 180 dtsi engine . this is totally indian made . so now extra import prices like the older eliminator. About the bike. They've finally don...Read More

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