The 2018 Discover 110 launch scheduled on 10th January, arrives at dealerships.
Bajaj has decided to bring back the Discover 110 to its Asia line-up of bikes. Making its comeback, the Discover 110 will rival the TVS Victor, Hero Passion and the Honda Dream Series bikes. The motorcycle gets revised styling cues like black-finish on the alloy wheels, front forks and the engine. The present Discover 125 has them finished in white. There is also a new analogue-digital instrument cluster which also features a tachometer.
The biggest change, however, will be the chassis. Gone is the downtube cradle frame and in comes a diamond single downtube frame as seen in the images here. This should drop the weight of the Bajaj Discover significantly, thereby resulting in increased performance and efficiency. Suspension, though, remains the same as before, telescopic forks up front and twin gas charged shocks at the rear.
The 110cc motor in the Discover is expected to output 9 PS of power, 9 Nm of torque and come mated to a 4-speed gearbox. The Discover 125, on the other hand, will continue to be powered by the same 2-valve single-cylinder 125cc DTS-i motor that produces 11 PS and 10.8 Nm of torque. The Discover brand will be slotted above the Platina and CT 100 and below the V.
2018 Discover 110 Launch
– Bajaj Discover 110 and 125 will be launched on 10th January
– Discover 110 makes a comeback to Bajaj’s portfolio of bikes
– Both the motorcycles get revised styling