Video Walkaround – Take a tour of the Bajaj Discover 150 F

Posted on: Aug 12, 2014 - 1:57pm IST

The Discover 150 F is priced at INR 59,034, ex-showroom Delhi.

The Bajaj Discover 150 F semi faired commuter went on sale yesterday along with the Discover 150 S (standard fairing). Here is an informal walkaround video of the faired motorcycle from the launch floor, highlighting salient features.

The design of the Discover 150 twins is based on the Discover 125 ST. The Discover 150 F moves a level upward and offers a semi fairing.

[Head to Youtube if you can’t watch the video]

Catering to the higher end of the commuter segment, the faired Discover offers features such as DC headlamp, petal front disc, digital instrument console, black theme for the engine, swing arm, grab rail and foot peg mounts, rear monoshock with Nitrox gas reservoir and 3D Discover badges on the fuel tank.

Bajaj Discover 150 F Launch black profile
The Bajaj Discover 150 F is positioned as a premium commuter.

Powering the new Discover 150 twins is a 144.8 cc 4-valves DTS-i engine that is capable of a segment leading power output of 14.5 PS (14.29 bhp) and a torque output of 12.75 Nm. The air cooled engine is mated to a 5-speed gearbox shifting in an all-up pattern.

Read our tech spec comparo of the Bajaj Discover 150 against its rivals

Competitors: Honda CB Unicorn, Yamaha SZ Series

Bajaj Discover 150 F – Image Gallery

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3 thoughts on “Video Walkaround – Take a tour of the Bajaj Discover 150 F

  1. NK says:

    Very soon this will meet the fate of 125 ST..Bajaj will discontinue this bike after poor sales with thousands of angry customers.

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  2. Yash Mistrey says:

    i m the first who booked 150f from goa…. wroooommmm

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  3. Yash Mistrey says:

    i m the first who booked 150f from goa…. wroooommmm

    Reply

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