This bike isn’t a tribute to the first Bajaj Avenger, which was launched almost 13 years ago in 2005. Yes, it was a 180cc motorcycle then, but that eventually went on to become the 220cc that we see today.
This comparison between the KTM and the Bajaj will answer questions like, is it really worth going for the much more expensive 2017 Duke 390 or you can settle for the well-priced and powerful Bajaj Dominar 400, which shares the same engine architecture.
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.
The Bajaj Pulsar NS160 hopes to catch the fancy of the premium 150cc commuter segment - but will it manage to claw its way up to the up? The first obstacle is this, the Honda CB Hornet 160R. We have a look.
The Bajaj Pulsar NS160 is yet another example of brand segmentation. It is Bajaj’s entry-level premium commuter motorcycle that looks like its elder sibling, the Pulsar NS200, but isn’t priced like one.
Our previous comparison test between the CB Shine SP and the V15 gave us a prime example of how small commuter bikes have started punching above their weight. This time around, the CB Shine SP must prove its mettle against a more direct rival - the V12 Disc.