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Bajaj Discover 125 re-launched by Bajaj Auto

Bajaj Discover 125 re-launched by Bajaj Auto

Snapshot: The Discover 125 is among those Discover models that Bajaj Auto launched for the first time in Indian market

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We know that Bajaj Auto’s sales in commuter bike section is slowing rolling down the charts from quite some time now and to regain control, few months back Bajaj Auto launched CT100 motorcycle after almost a decade when its manufacturing was stopped. Following the same, Bajaj Auto recently re-launched the Discover 125. This is among the first Discover models that Bajaj Auto launched for the first time in Indian market.

The previously launched CT100 is slowly climbing up the sales charts and hopefully Discover 125 will help Bajaj Auto to regain its throne in the commuter segment motorcycles. The new Discover has received the visual modifications like fresh stickers on the body but things like headlamp, fuel-tank and body panels and much more stuff is still the same as on the original Discover 125. The front of the motorcycle features telescopic suspensions and rear have Nitrox suspensions. The Discover 125 features 124.6cc four-stroke, air-cooled, two-valve DTS-i engine that churns out 10.9bhp of power and 10.8Nm of torque, company claims the fuel efficiency of 82.4kmpl on this bike. Bajaj Auto has declared to sell it on the price tag of INR 52,002 (ex-showroom Delhi). Though there are already a large number of commuter segment motorcycles present in the Indian market so only time will tell if Discover 125 still manages to attract buyers or not. 

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