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2018 Bajaj Discover Launch

2018 Bajaj Discover 110 & Discover 125 Launched In India

The 2018 Bajaj Discover 110 has been reintroduced after a short break

2018 Bajaj Discover 110

The Discover 110 was on respite for a while

Bajaj launched the pair of its commuter motorcycles in India including the 2018 models of the Discover 110 and Discover 125. The former has been relaunched after being discontinued a few years ago while the latter has seen mild updates for 2018. The Bajaj DIscover 110 is retailed in Rs. 50,176/- and the Discover 125 is priced at Rs. 53,171/- (drum brakes) and Rs. 55,994/- (disc brake) in India.


Carrying forward the same overall design, the Bajaj Discover 125 has been treated with subtle tweaks such as LED DRLs, new paint scheme and graphics. On the other hand, the re-entered Discover 110 mimics the aesthetics similar to the elder bike while getting all the modern features. The parts in the lower profile are all blacked out including 5-spoke alloy wheels, engine and suspension. It also gets semi-analog instrument cluster which is in line with other Bajaj motorcycles.

At the heart of the 2018 Bajaj Discover 110 is the new 115cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine which is believed to be churning out 8.5 BHP of power and 9.8 Nm of torque. The exact specifications are not publicized yet. The bigger DIscover is powered by the 124cc motor which produces 11 BHP of power and 11 Nm of torque. Both the motorcycles utilize drum brakes at the rear but the Discover 125 gets an option of front disc brake with the 110cc version being available only with drum brakes at the front.

Bajaj is enjoying a fair market share with its spanking lineup of Pulsar all of which are high on sales. However, the company couldn’t ignore the entry-level commuter space as it attracts a majority of Indian buyers. The updates on the most adopted commuter motorcycle from Bajaj will only make the market more favorable for the brand.

2018 Bajaj Discover 125

Dwindling sales of the Discover 125 made the update crucial

Anuj Mishra

Born in Amravati, Anuj dreams to explore various serene locations on his motorcycle, first of India then around the world. Every motorcycle in this world enthrals him. The howling of sportbikes and thumping of cruisers is all he hears when awake as well as asleep.

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