Spied: A Bajaj Discover test mule spotted in Pune

Posted on: Nov 30, 2013 - 1:59pm IST

There have been so many sightings of the Discover brand of bikes from Bajaj that more often than not, we are confused as to what exactly it is that we’ve found with the camouflage covers on.

Bajaj Discover Spied

This time, it was found doing the rounds in Pune. The test mule still carried the same alloy wheel design that debuted in the Discover 100T.

Other than that, the test vehicle had a more silver toned fuel tank than usual. Rest of the parts like dual shock absorbers, bar-end weights and chrome tips look familiar. Even though the test bike had a lot of features that were similar to the 100 T, it still lacked a disc brake at the front – something that the company offers in the Discover 100M.

Bajaj Discover Mule Spied
Bajaj had earlier announced that more Discover models will be coming. The Discover bikes cater to the 100 cc to 125 cc segment. While the Discover and Platina range will co-exist in this space, the 125+ cc segment is reserved mostly for Pulsar variants. Currently, Bajaj sells close to 6 models of the Discover alone.

Despite the test mule being mildly different from the market bike, the fact that most features are retained means that the test bike could be running an endurance test on the 100T. Either that, or you know something that we don’t.

[Images from BikeAdvice.in]

Next would you like to read more about the or more about Bajaj, Spy pictures?

One thought on “Spied: A Bajaj Discover test mule spotted in Pune

  1. Gaurav says:

    Bajaj & Samsung play the similar strategy in different industries. Both fill the markets with hell lot of models & variants. Though I don’t know what exactly they gain but I hate to buy the high end products from both. They hardly look any different from their base variant which is always a hell lot cheaper.

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

About the Author
Karthik
Karthik H

A bit of a car freak and a bike nut, and a fan of trucks and technology too. Expect sharp stories that focus on those four fronts. As always, stay tuned to IndianAutosBlog.com for quick and unassuming updates from across the world.