Bajaj Discover 125 has also been updated with Combined Braking System (CBS) now. The updated variants are priced from Rs 58,337 (ex-showroom).
Bajaj has updated the Discover 125 with CBS, ahead of the upcoming safety regulations from April. Only a couple of bikes are now left to be updated with CBS or ABS.
Bajaj Discover 125 Drum Brake CBS is priced at Rs 58,337. The Disc brake CBS goes for Rs 61,888. The prices for Drum brake variant has been increased by Rs 1200 and that for the disc variant, by Rs 2000.
Last week, Bajaj launched the updated Discover 110 as well. Bikes like Platina and CT100 are left to be updated with CBS under commuter bikes. The updated lineup will be launched this month itself.
Bajaj Discover 125 gets a 124.5cc air-cooled SOHC engine, that delivers 11 BHP at 7500 and 11 Nm of peak torque at 5000 RPM. The engine comes mated to a 4-speed transmission.
It gets a total fuel tank capacity of 9.5 Litres. With an estimated mileage of 60 kmpl, the bike should deliver an approx. riding range of over 500 kms.
Features onboard include LED DRLs, a digital-analogue console, bezel tail lamp, alloy wheels and now, Combined Braking System. The console shows information such as speed, fuel reading, trip meter and odometer.
For braking purposes, Bajaj Discover 125 is equipped with 130mm drum brakes at the both end as standard fitments. A 200mm disc is available as an option with drum brakes at the back.
Bajaj claims to offer the best suspension in class on this bike. At the front as well as the rear, the suspension travel has been increased by 16%. Telescopic forks at the front and Nitrox Gas filled shock ups handle the suspension.
Discover 125 goes against the likes of Honda CB Shine, Bajaj V12 and Yamaha Saluto RX, Hero Glamour and Splendor Pro. Among these motorcycles, CB Shine and Splendor Pro are the best sellers.
For the month of January 2019, Discover 125 reported around 1730 sale units. The sales have declined by 77% on a Y-o-Y basis.