Bajaj Discover

All Discover models have been discontinued

About Used Bikes Images Videos Reviews News Dealers

The Discover is the premium commuter brand by Bajaj Auto. It was launched in 2004 as a 125cc motorcycle. 2005 saw the launch of the Discover 110, with a 112cc engine. A 135cc Discover was launched in 2007. A new 100cc Discover was launched in 2009 with a DTS-Si engine, whose added ‘S’ meant ‘swirl induction’. In quick order, the 150cc then replaced the 135cc variant, the 125cc Discover made a comeback in 2011, and the 125ST with the monoshock rear suspension was put on sale in 2012. 2013 saw yet another batch of Discovers, the 100T, 100M and 125T, which had 4-valve engine heads.

At the start of 2018, Bajaj decided to whittle down the Discover range to just one variant of the 110 (a front drum brake) and two variants of the 125 (either a front drum brake or a front disc brake). This echoes the strategy of 2005, when the Discover 110 was the only available model. It remains the same – a stylish premium commuter for those who still demand maximum bang for their buck.

Bajaj Discover Reviews

Expert Reviews

  • Bajaj Discover 110 First Ride Review

    Bajaj Discover 110 First Ride Review

    This is not the first time that Bajaj has rolled out a Discover 110. The last Discover 110 was pulled off the line-up due to lack of demand in 2009. However, the manufacturer looks to change the game with this version. 

    Full review

  • Bajaj Discover 150F and Discover 150S

    Bajaj Discover 150F and Discover 150S

    Value, frugal, reliable and typical. These are some of the terms commonly uttered by those who have ridden a Bajaj Discover. I’ve, in fact, even used those adjectives after a quick ride on one of the smaller displacement Discover models – the 100T. Since the launch of the first model in 2004, the Discover range of motorcycles has come a long...

    Full review

  • Bajaj Discover 100 M Review

    Bajaj Discover 100 M Review

    Every Indian two-wheeler manufacturer wishes to have maximum share in the mass market commuter segment, the reason being – sales volumes. This is where the companies’ overall market share in the country is decided, making everyone take this segment very seriously. Leading this lot are the Hero MotoCorp’s Splendor and Passion brands but many...

    Full review