Bajaj Discover 110 CBS spotted; launch expected in February

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Bajaj Discover 110 has been spotted testing with Combined Braking System (CBS). The manufacturer will soon launch the bikes updated with CBS and ABS.

Ahead of the safety regulation norms effective from April 2019, many automakers have already rolled out the updated models. Many are still in the process and will launch the updated lineup soon.

Recently, a spy shot of Bajaj Discover 110 CBS, testing in Pune, surfaced online. The updated commuter bike will be launched soon with the entire updated lineup. We expect an official launch in February.

Reportedly, the prices of Bajaj Avenger 220, Pulsar 220F, Pulsar 180 and 150 ABS have come out. All of these motorcycles have been spotted either testing or at the dealerships. The bookings for the same have also begun.

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Bajaj Discover 110 will be equipped with Combined Braking System (CBS), because it is a sub-125cc motorcycle. In CBS, even if the rider applies the rear brake, both the brakes are automatically applied, resulting in a better stopping power.

Discover 110 gets a 115.4cc DTS-i engine that is capable of producing 8.6 BHP at 7000 RPM and 9.81 Nm at 5500 RPM. The engine comes mated to a 4-speed transmission.

The bike gets a fuel tank capacity of 9.5 Litres, including 1.5 Litres as usable reserve. With an estimated mileage of 70 kmpl, the bike will deliver a riding range of around 650-700 kms.

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Features onboard will include LED DRLs, a digital-analogue console and a cushioned seat. The console shows speed, odometer, trip meter and fuel reading.

For suspension purposes, Bajaj Discover 110 is equipped with telescopic forks at the front and Nitrox filled shocks at the back. Discover offers the best-in-class suspension travel, at 140mm in the front and 120mm in the back.

It is currently priced at Rs 52,326 (ex-showroom), which will increase by around Rs 600-1000, max. It competes with the likes of TVS Radeon, Hero Splendor, Hero Passion, Yamaha Saluto and Honda Dream Yuga.

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We expect Bajaj to launch the updated Platina, CT100, Discover series and V Series to be launched at the same time.

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