Bajaj has launched the New Discover 110cc and 125cc today. Discover 110is priced at Rs 50,496 (Ex-showroom Maharashtra) while the Discover 125 is priced at Rs 53,491 and Rs 56,314 for drum and disc version respectively (Ex-showroom Maharashtra).
The Discover 110 comes powered with a 4 stroke, air-cooled, single cylinder 115.5cc DTS-I engine which delivers a 8.6 Ps of power and 9.81 NM torque while the Discover 125 gets its power from a 4 stroke, air-cooled, single cylinder 124.5cc DTS-I engine which makes 11 Ps power and 11 NM torque.
The Discover duo also get updated longer suspensions which are 16% longer and extra cushioned seats on the package. Both the Discovers are available in three color options, Black, Red and Blue. The Discover duo also get unique LED DRL headlamps which are 1st in the executive segment along with all new digital speedometers.
Commenting on the launch Mr Eric Vas, President (Motorcycles), Bajaj Auto Ltd., said, “Bajaj has made a significant impact in the 100 cc segment with the Platina Comfortech & CT 100. The new Discover 110 and 125 bring first time ever features to customers in the 100-125 cc segment for a premium experience. The Discovers shall attract a whole new set of customers who desire the benefits of modern technology.”
Other Updates to Bajaj Lineup –
Bajaj have also updated the Dominar 400 and the Avenger lineup. The 2018 Dominars now come in 3 new vibrant colors namely Blue, Red and Matt Black with golden alloy wheels. There are no technical changes to the 2018 Dominar lineup.
The Avenger lineup also gets an update with the introduction of the 220 Cruise and 220 Street Avengers. The Avengers gets a new headlight with DRL infused in them, new all digital speedo and new paint shades – the Street in Matte White and the Cruise in Moon White color options. No technical changes on the Avengers.
The Bajaj Pulsars also update for 2018 with the special Pulsar Black Pack edition in 150, 180 and 220 cc with an all new black look and sporty white alloys. No technical changes on the Pulsars.
Bajaj V gets its 2018 update with the addition of a pillion backrest and the Platina now comes with a different graphics and DRL on it.