Bajaj Discover 110cc, 125cc Launched @ Rs. 50,176 & Rs. 53,171 In India
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Bajaj Discover 110cc, 125cc 2018 Launched In India At Rs. 50,176 & Rs. 53,171 Respectively



New Bajaj Discover 110cc and 2018 Bajaj Discover 125cc now launched in India. Discover duo now offered in new colours, get LED daytime running lamps; 125cc Discover gets disc brake.

Bajaj Discover 110cc 125cc

Finally, the wait for the new avatar of country’s one of the most popular commuter bikes, Bajaj Discover is over. Bajaj Auto has today launched the Bajaj Discover 110cc and Bajaj Discover 125cc in India at the price tag of Rs. 50,176 (Ex-showroom Delhi) and Rs. 53,171 (Ex-showroom Delhi) respectively.

The Discover 110cc is offered in one variant while the Discover 125cc is now available in two exciting variants – Drum brake and Disc brake, priced at Rs. 53,171 (Ex-showroom Delhi) and Rs. 55,994 (Ex-showroom Delhi) respectively. Both, the Discover 110cc and Discover 125cc now come in new colour schemes and get the first in segment features like part digital instrument cluster, new twin LED daytime running lights etc.

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Bajaj Discover 110cc

The Bajaj Discover 110cc is quite an affordable choice and is powered by a new 115cc DTS-i engine that churns maximum power of 8.4hp at 7000 rpm and maximum torque of 9.8Nm at 5000 rpm. It gets the regular 4-speed gearbox but misses the disc brake option. The claimed kerb weight of the motorcycle is 117.5 kg.

2018 Bajaj Discover 125cc

The 2018 Bajaj Discover 125cc comes with a higher capacity and gets an all new 124cc DTS-i engine that produces maximum power of 10.8hp at 7500 rpm and maximum torque of 11Nm at 5500 rpm. It gets a 5-speed gearbox and also gets a disc brake option in one of the two variants. The kerb weight for the two variants, Drum and Disc, is read 121 kg and 122 kg respectively.

Both, the Discover 110cc and the Discover 125cc are available in 3 exciting colors – black, red and blue. The Discover 125 will compete with Honda CB Shine and Yamaha Saluto in the Indian bike market, while the Discover 110cc will lock horns with the Hero Splendor iSmart 110.

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