Bajaj has launched the all new Bajaj Discover 110 and 125. Both get updated looks along with LED DRLs. The Discover 110 is powered by a 115.5cc engine which produces 8.6PS of max power and 9.81Nm of max torque. While the Discover 125 sports a 124.5cc mill churning out 11ps max power and 11Nm of max torque. The Discover 125 is priced at Rs 53,171 and Rs 55,994 respectively for the drum and disc variants respectively. The Discover 110 is priced at Rs 50,176, ex- showroom Delhi.
Bajaj claims that the duo are fitted with 16% longer suspension setup and better-cushioned seats for a softer ride. The Discover 125 gets optional disc brakes while the 110 is only available in the drum variant.
Commenting on the launch, President, Bajaj Auto Ltd, Mr Eric Vas said, “Bajaj has made a significant impact in the 100cc segment with the Platina comfortech & CT 100. The new Discover 110 and 125 bring first time ever features to customers in the 100-125cc segment for a premium experience. The Discover shall attract a whole new set of customers who desire the benefits of modern technology.”
Bajaj Avenger Street 220 and Cruise 220 are showcased along with the entire 2018 line-up here in Mumbai with the launch of the Bajaj Discover 125 and 110. The Avengers now sports a rather good looking digital console and gets a fresh paint scheme. Apart from that, the Street 220 also acquires a roadster styled headlight along with a retro wind deflector. The multi-function display gets a speedometer, odometer, two tripmeters, fuelbars, a clock, and a service reminder. The bike also gets integrated tail lamps with the halo effect. The Street 220 would be available in matte black and a new matte white the Cruise 220 gets an Auburn Black and a Moon White colour scheme.
The 2018 Dominars are available in three new colours. Matte black, light blue, and bright red. All of them now sport golden alloy wheels. The Pulsar Black Pack Edition too was showcased with the 150, 180 and 220 donning white rims with an all-black paint scheme.The updated Bajaj V mean while only gets a backrest as an update.The 2018 Platina was also showcased. It has new LED DRLs, rubber footpads, 22%longer rear suspension, and 28% longer front suspension. Bajaj claims all this would result in a plusher ride quality.