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Bajaj Discover 110 now updated with Combi Brake System (CBS)

Bajaj Discover 110 has been updated with CBS for the upcoming safety regulations. The updated bike has been priced at Rs 53,273 (ex-showroom).

Bajaj has updated the Discover 110 with Comb-Braking system (CBS), ahead of the safety regulations kicking in from April 2019. Soon, the brand’s entire lineup will be updated with CBS.

The CBS variant has been priced at Rs 53,273 (ex-showroom), getting a price hike of Rs 563 over the non-CBS variant. Most of the CBS variants are getting a price hike of Rs 500-1000.

Bajaj Discover 110 CBS

Other than that, Bajaj Discover 110 receives no further updates. Bajaj Discover is available in 3 options – Discover 110, 125 Disc Brake and 125 Drum Brakes

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Bajaj Discover 110 gets a 115.4cc air-cooled DTS-i engine, that can deliver 8.6 BHP and 9.81 Nm of peak torque. The motor comes mated to a 4-speed gearbox as standard.

It gets a fuel tank capacity of 8 Litres, it offers an estimated riding range of 500-550 kms. The claimed mileage of Discover 110 ranges between 65-70 kmpl.

Braking is handled by 130mm drum brakes at the front and 110mm drum brakes at the back, now paired with CBS. An optional disc brake is available on the 125cc variant.

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Bajaj Discover 110 weighs 117 kgs, being one of the lightest bikes in the competition. For suspension purposes, it is equipped with telescopic forks in the front and Nitrox-filled gas shock absorbers at the back.

Discover 110 competes with the likes of Honda CD110 Dream, Hero Splendor iSmart and TVS Victor, who are all premium 110cc commuter motorcycles.

Talking about the monthly sales, for a 110cc motorcycle, the sales are a bit low. For the month of January 2019, Bajaj Discover 110 clocked 4165 units, seeing a year on year decline of 82%.

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For the month of December 2018, the sales were even worse at 3500 units. Once a popular premium looking commuter from Bajaj, is now not that popular in the market.

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