IAB Report – New Bajaj Discover 125 launched with twin-spark engine

Posted on: Mar 10, 2014 - 12:04pm IST

Bajaj has expanded its twin-spark technology to the Discover family with the launch of the new Discover 125 a few days ago, priced at Rs 48,000 (Ex-showroom, New Delhi).

The new bike gets a 124.6 cc twin-spark DTS-i engine that makes 11.5 hp at 8,000 rpm and produces peak torque of 10.8 Nm at 6,000 rpm. The bike carries a four-speed gearbox and competes in the economy side of the segment against the likes of the Honda Shine, Hero Passion Pro, Hero Glamour etc.

New Bajaj Discover 125 Side press shot
The New Discover 125 now gets the twin-spark ignition system.

The company claims an internally tested top-speed of 100 kph for the bike and promises a mileage of 76 kmpl.

While 130 mm drum brakes are available at both ends, a 200 mm disc brake is also available as an option on the front. The front of the bike gets a telescopic suspension set up and the rear sees a gas-charged Nitrox twin spring set up.

New Bajaj Discover 125 front three quarter press shot
While a 130 mm drum brake at the front is standard, a 200 mm disc brake is offered as an option.

Colour options for the new bike includes electron blue, wine red, charcoal magenta, charcoal green, silver blue and silver gold.

Bajaj has been keen on bringing a differentiation to the segments it operates in, with the Discover family especially. The 100 cc Discover sees a Discover M, a more powerful Discover T apart from the regular Discover 100 cc. Even in the 125 cc segment, the company sells the new Discover that makes 11.5 hp, the Discover 125 T that makes 12.5 hp and the most powerful of the lot, the Discover ST making 13 hp.

New Bajaj Discover 125 – Press Release

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4 thoughts on “IAB Report – New Bajaj Discover 125 launched with twin-spark engine

  1. Karthic says:

    So what’s next? Rebirth of D150?

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  2. Gopal says:

    Another option for commuter motorbike. Mileage bikes are essentially required for current economy.

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  3. madhab says:

    4 speed gear box.. . Nah…. bummer

    Reply
  4. dipak kumar das says:

    Very nice product.

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