Bajaj Auto has launched its 2018 Discover range in India. The range starts with the new Discover 110 that is priced at Rs 50,176. On the other hand, the new 2018 Bajaj Discover 125 has been launched at Rs 53,171. The disc brake variant of the new 2018 Bajaj Discover 125 demands a bit more and is priced at Rs 55,994 (all prices, ex-showroom, Delhi). The new 2018 Bajaj Discover 110 motorcycle has made its re-entry in the 110cc segment and earlier, there was only the Discover 125 present in the company's Discover umbrella. The new 2018 Bajaj Discover 110 and Discover 125 motorcycles come with some interesting features like LED DRLs (Daytime Running Lights), all digital instrument cluster, dual-textured seat and a lot more. The two motorcycles will be available for sale in three colour options viz Red, Blue and Black.
The new 2018 Bajaj Discover 110 gets its power from a 110cc, single cylinder, air-cooled engine mated to a four-speed transmission system. The carbureted motor is good for churning out respective power and torque outputs of 8.5 hp and 9.8 Nm. The suspension duties are taken care of with the help of conventional telescopic forks at the front and twin spring shock absorbers at the rear. The company claims that the suspension travel is now 16 percent more as compared to the previous model. One of the most important updates on the new 2018 Bajaj Discover 110 is that it now uses a new diamond single downtube frame that has replaced the downtube cradle frame from the previous model.
Now, coming to the bigger Discover 125, the 2018 model sources its power from a 125cc, air-cooled, single cylinder engine that is linked to a four-speed gearbox. The power and torque figures stand at 10.8 hp and 11 Nm respectively. The design of the new model remains the same in comparison to the outgoing one and the 2018 avatar instead receives new body decals to offer a fresh look. The suspension system of the 2018 Bajaj Discover 125 gets conventional telescopic forks up front along with twin spring shock absorbers at the rear. The motorcycle gets an optional disc brake up front for a better stopping power. The motorcycle challenges the likes of Honda CB Shine and Hero Glamour in the Indian two-wheeler market.