New 2018 Bajaj Discover 110 receives subtle cosmetic and mechanical upgrades.
The Pune-based two-wheeler maker has finally introduced the 2018 Bajaj Discover 110 in the Indian market. Alongside, the bikemaker also launched the 2018 model year of the Discover 125 commuter motorcycle. While the new Discover 110 has been priced at 50,496, the 2018 Bajaj Discover 125 is available at Rs 53,491 (all, (ex-showroom Maharashtra). In terms of pricing and positioning, the 2018 Discover 110 fits between the Platina 100 and Discover 125. For 2018 model year, the bike receives minor design and mechanical upgrades. The new Bajaj Discover 110 will face challenge from the bikes like Hero Passion Pro/XPro, Honda Dream Series and TVS Victor 110. Read About – 2018 Bajaj Discover 125
– Double LED DRLs
– Digital display
– Dual textured seat
– 16% better suspension
– Best-in-class torque
– DTS-i technology
The updated version of the Discover 110 commuter comes with a price tag of Rs 50,496 (ex-showroom, Maharashtra). At this price point, the bike’s new model has undercut its closest rivals.
The commuter also receives minor mechanical changes. That said, the updated model derives its power from the new 115cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled motor can make a top power of 8.5bhp, while producing best-in-class torque of 9.8Nm. Delivering power to the rear wheel is a 4-speed gearbox with an all-down shift pattern. Read – 2018 Bajaj Dominar 400 – All Details
Designed for city commuting purposes, the new 110cc motorcycle is more fuel efficient than the previous model. The 115cc engine of the commuter is now boosted with Bajaj’s DTS-i technology and uses dual spark plugs for better combustion. This not only improves engine performance, but enhances its fuel efficiency as well. The new Discover 110 returns a mileage close to 80kmpl, thus making it one of the most fuel efficient bikes in its league.
The 2018 Bajaj Discover 110 uses the same downtube cradle frame. While the original design and dimensions remain unchanged, the bike receives minor cosmetic upgrades and new body graphics. The bike gets double LED daytime running lights (DRLs) and premium dual textured seat. Similar to its bigger sibling, the new model gets blackened treatment for cycle parts. Now, the bike rides on newly designed 5-spoke, 17-inch alloy wheels finished in matte black and new red and silver body graphics.
The engine casing, suspension and lower portion of the motorcycle also get blackened treatment. Talking about features, the bike comes equipped with a digital analogue instrument console new that features a large analogue tachometer and a digital readout for information such as speedometer, tripmeter and fuel gauge. It also gets an electric start and disc brakes as optional.
Bajaj has tweaked the suspension set up for the bike. It is now claimed to deliver 16% better damping performance. The new Discover 110 gets telescopic forks and twin Nitrox shock absorbers at the front and rear axles respectively. The drum brakes are standard across the model lineup. The bike misses out on the front disc brake.