The 2018 Bajaj Discover 110 and 125 motorcycles get double LED DRL headlamps and all-new digital speedometer

Amidst much speculation, Bajaj Auto announced the launch of the updated Discover 110 and Discover 125 a few days ago. It comes with cosmetic changes and first-in-class double LED daytime running headlamps. Ever since introduced in 2004, the Discover has been a popular motorcycle in India with distinctive styling. The 2018 Bajaj Discover 110 and 125 look to build on their predecessors’ success.

Apart from the LED DRL headlamps enhancing the styling quotient, they provide safety as well by improving visibility without any significant impact on fuel economy. The updated Discovers also come equipped with new digital speedometer. The new Discovers also have long stroke engines which are claimed to make the ride energetic and fun even in busy traffic.


The 2018 Discover 110 derives power from a four-stroke, air-cooled, single-cylinder 115.5cc DTS-I engine which is good enough to deliver a maximum power output of 8.6 PS and 9.81 Nm of peak torque. The Bajaj Discover 125, on the other hand, gets a four-stroke, air-cooled, single-cylinder 124.5cc DTS-I engine which pushes out 11 PS maximum power and 11 Nm of torque.


Both the motorcycles are also fitted with 16 percent longer suspensions and additionally cushioned seats for better riding comfort. The 2018 Discover 110 has been made available at a price of Rs 50,496 (ex-showroom, Maharashtra) while the Discover 125 is sold at a price of Rs 53,491 and Rs 56,314 for the drum and disc versions respectively (both prices ex-showroom, Maharashtra).

Customers can choose between three colours: Black, Red and Blue. Along with the launch of the new Discovers, the home-grown manufacturer also showcased 2018 version of its Dominar and Avenger. The Dominar gets three new vibrant colours inspired by the “terrains conquered” and golden alloy wheels.


The revised Avenger Cruise 220 and Street 220 come with updated styling while the special Pulsar Black Pack edition in 150, 180 and 220 cc adorns mean black look with sporty white alloys. For more pillion comfort, Bajaj has added a backrest to the V range.

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