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Bajaj Discover 150 Series Launched; Details Here

Bajaj Auto has launched the Bajaj Discover 150 Series of bikes in World. This includes the Bajaj Discover 150F and the Bajaj Docover 150S. These two variants will top the Discover range in World, which starts from the Discover 100 M and the 100T. The bikes feature premium styling to stand out from the plethora of offers in the 150cc commuter motorbike segment and comes very close to the Pulsar 150 DTS-i in terms of performance.

“The newly launched Discover 150 breaks the monotony and drudgery of daily commute by providing the rider with a reserve of power to enjoy his ride. Its advanced 4 Valve 145 cc DTS-i engine delivers a class leading 14 BHP power and mileage of 72 kmpl, the new Discover 150 will appeal to those who value the time spent during their daily commute on their bikes. ” said Mr. Eric Vas, President (Motorcycle Business), Bajaj Auto.

The 150S will be cheaper of the siblings, the 150F adds a half-fairing for added style.


Discover 150S Front Disc Brake : Rs. 51,720

Discover 150S Front Disc Brake : Rs. 54,725

Discover 150F Front Disc Brake : Rs. 58,739

Price is ex-showroom Pune

What’s New?

The Discover 150 series of bikes get some minor styling changes to set them apart from the rest of the range, but have been mostly inspired by the 125 ST. The Discover 150S looks almost the same as the Discover 125, save for the body panel paint and stickers. The Discover 150F is set apart from the crowd thanks to the half-fairing, but apart from that it looks the same as the 150S.

Engine and Transmission

Both the bikes are powered by a 145-cc single cylinder engine which has a peak power output of 14 BHP @ 8500 RPM and peak torque of 12.74 Nm @ 6500 RPM. This engine is mated to a 5-speed transmission which employs an all-up shift. The official top pseed of the bike is 110 KMPH and the engine is rated to return 72 KMPL under standard test conditions.

The suspension duties are handled by 130-mm twin-telescopic forks at front and a 110-mm rear mono-shock. Braking is handled either by a 130-mm drum or a 240-mm petal disc brake at the front while the rear brake is a 130-mm drum. 17-inch alloy wheels shod with a 80-mm section tyre at the front and a 100-mm section tyre at the rear.


  • Digital instrument cluster
  • DC lighting for better lighting at any speed
  • 10-litre fuel tank with 1.9-litre reserve
  • 165-mm ground clearance
  • Maximum kerb weight of around 130 Kg

Paint options include – Dark Blue, Wine Red, Ebony Black & Dark Bottle Green.

What do you think of the Bajaj Discover series of bikes? Let us know in the comments section below.

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