Apr 24, 2007

7 Bajaj Discover 125 C.C gets the Black Treatment

The Bajaj Discover 125 DTSI gets the "Fear the Black" treatment..!!

Pics of the new Bajaj Discover 125 DTSI with the now very common black treatment have been put up on the Bajaj Discover Website.

All Black Bajaj Discover 125 DTSI

Bajaj Discover 125 C.C DTSI



The Discover 112 C.C meanwhile retains the Silver Colored Engine and Alloys...


Bajaj Discover 112


Bajaj Discover 112 C.C


The technical specifications though remains the same for both the models.

Bajaj Discover Tech Specs



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7 Comments:

ANIRBAN GHOSH said...

AWESOME POST! SEEMS NOW THAT HERO HONDA GLAMOUR WILL GET A NEW KICK AT THE BACK!!!! THE BLACK VARIANT IS SIMPLY AWESOME!!!!!

Payeng said...

This is also an answer to the Black Yamaha Gladiator Type J.A (125 C.C)..

Great array of choices for the customer now..!!

Anonymous said...

there is nothing much here; d tech. spec. remains d same;bajaj has done just cosmetic changes; old discover 125cc looks better; bajaj paint job on its bikes is nothing compared to HH-not refined or of good quality.

Anonymous said...

hey me nepali_babu
hope u still remember me
And I just have a Question
I am COnfused about New discover CC
U said 125cc in other site 135 cc
So can u clear me and come on
Post some MOdified BIke Plz plz
and can i have some more info about
Bajaj lauching 250 cc Soon .hope u will reply me

Regards
Nepali_babu

RRN said...

even discover is getting black treatment??..how come pulsar 150 doesnt hav it??..payeng,i am a regular reader of ur blog and appreciate the good work..i got new pulsar150 a week ago..done around 150kms..can u tell me abt the speeds i shud maintain??

Payeng said...

Hi rrn..

Thanks for writing to me..

First of all Congrats on your new bike..


Few Tips during Running In Period for your bike:

>> Running In for a new bike should be done for at least the first 1000 Kms..

>> Sudden accleration should be avoided

>> The bike should not be loaded with too much weight

>> Do not run the bike at a constant speed for a long time

>> Do not go for a long distance ride

>> Instead of the speed, keep a note of the "tachometer" which gives the RPM reading.. and do not exceed above 4500 RPM in any gear



Follow these run in tips for at least 1000 Kms.. and Yes, do not leave home without a helmet..!!

Ride Safe

ANIRBAN GHOSH said...

AWESOME POST! SEEMS NOW THAT HERO HONDA GLAMOUR WILL GET A NEW KICK AT THE BACK!!!! THE BLACK VARIANT IS SIMPLY AWESOME!!!!!

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