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Bajaj Discover 135cc DTSi

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Bajaj Discover 135cc DTSi

Bajaj Discover 135 cc lies in between the 125 cc and 150 cc segments with an engine displacement of 134.21 cc. The Bajaj Discover 135 cc is easy to control, easy on the pocket, and a good choice between a 125 cc and 150 cc motorbike. The 135 mm telescopic front suspension combined with the adjustable Nitro X suspension at the rear provides smooth and comfortable rides; alloy wheel rims add flamboyance to the strong double cradle body, and a front 240 mm hydraulic disc brake enhances safety. The added engine power gives the Bajaj Discover 135 cc greater performance edge over 125 cc alternatives with the looks of a 125 cc machine. Digital Twin Spark Ignition (DTS-i) provides better combustion, power, and mileage. The electric start without a kick works like a charm.

Looks

    Lean, masculine styling with a Double Cradle Type frame

  • A swing ram pivot section and rubber tray guard at the centre base of the bike makes it much stylish
  • Black color all over the bike with red and blue strips enhances looks
  • Jet canopy style fairing with smoked visor houses twin pilot lamps and an optoprism headlamp
  • Attractive angular twin pod consoles
  • 17 inch premium alloy wheels add flamboyance
  • Integrated tail lamp and fluid grab rail design

Control

  • Easy speeding up to 105 kph on a good road
  • Awesome acceleration
  • Ride Control Switch to shift between 'Power' and 'economy' modes
  • TRICS III ignition allows instant engine start up even in chilling weather
  • 4-Speed constant mesh transmission
  • DTSI minimizes knocking drastically
  • Engine delivers 9.64 Kw @ 8500 rpm
  • Maximum Net Torque is 11.88 Nm @ 6500 rpm/ 1.21 Kgm
  • ExhausTEC - Torque Expansion Chamber for exhaust system helps enhanced torque at low revolutions-bike can be run at low speeds without stalling the engine or jerking or compromising performance at higher revolutions
  • 17 in premium alloy wheels provide more agile handling and quick turn-in
  • Alloy wheels provide greater balance and road holding abilities
  • Wet, Multi disc type clutch is highly powerful
  • Microprocessor controlled Digital CDI ignition system increases overall performance
  • Electric Start/Kick Start enhances control
  • Front brake Hydraulic Disc (240 mm dia) Brakes allow instant braking and enhances safety
  • Mechanical expanding shoe & 130 mm drum type rear brakes
  • Turn indicator

Comfort

  • Seat and Handle bars are positioned to provide a comfortable riding posture
  • Ride Control Switch allows instant shifting between Power and Economy modes
  • Telescopic front suspension (Stroke-135mm) with 31mm diameter and antifriction brushes provides comfortable riding
  • SNS rear suspension (adjustable) with dual coaxial springs and Nitrox shock absorbers create riding comfort both for the rider and your partner on the pillion
  • Engine becomes High Knock resistant at high throttle positions due to TRICS III
  • 35/35w Optroprism - Halogen lamp gives clear forward vision
  • 5/21 W tail lamp
  • 10w Turn Signal lamp
  • Gear changing is easy with 4 frontal gears to speed up and 4 back gears to slow down
  • Lockable seat increases stability and control

Mileage and Economy

  • 10 lt fuel tank (2.3 litres of reserve)
  • High mileage reasonable power, 60 km/l under standard test conditions of manufacturer
  • Ride Control Switch allows shifting between 'power' and 'economy' mode
  • Keihin CV carburetor gives more mileage
  • 4-stroke, 111.63 cc engine, naturally air-cooled. Squared under design burns fuel more economically
  • Engine mass is light and reduced frictional losses increase mileage and speed
  • DTSI & TRICS III: The microprocessor memory chip manages accurate ignition timing at all levels of engine load optimizing power and leading to greater derivability
  • The twin spark plugs introduce spark simultaneously in the combustion chamber leading to lower emissions, and better fuel efficiency
  • DTS-i enables motorcycles to achieve stringent Emission Norms without Secondary Air Induction device and Catalytic Converter
  • DTSI Prevents engine damage by cutting sparks to the spark plugs at high rpms
  • ExhausTEC (Torque Expansion Chamber) aids in getting greater mileage at lower speeds
  • Battery type: 12V, 5 Ah Maintenance Free Battery
  • Lesser road resistance due to lesser road contact area on account of seventeen inch wheels

Features and Specifications

Dimensions
Length 2030 mm
Width 760 mm
Height 1065 - mm
Engine
Engine Type 4-Stroke Natural AirCooled
Displacement 134.21 cc
Maximum Power 13.10@8500 BHP@RPM
Maximum Torque 11.88@6500 Nm@rpm
Bore 58 mm
Stroke 50.8 mm
Compression Ratio 9.5 : 1
Starting SelfStart KickStart
MaxSpeed 105 kmph
Ignition CDI
Acceleration
0-60 kmph 0 sec
Carburetor Keihin CV carburetor
Transmission
Clutch Wet Multiplate
Gear box 4-Speed
Chassis
Chassis Type Wet Multiplate
Suspension
Front Suspension Telescopic
HydraulicShock TrailingArm Coaxial hydraulic shock absorbers and coil springs
Brakes
Brakes Front Disc
Brakes Rear Drum
Tyre Size
Front 2.75 x 17,42 P
Rear 100/90 x 17.52 P
Electricals
Battery 12 V 5.0 Ah
Head Lamp 12 V 35/35 W
Tail/Stop Lamp 12 V 5/21 W
fuel
Fuel Type Petrol
Fuel Capacity 10 litre
Fuel Reserve 2.3 litre
Fuel Reserve 2.3 litre
Other Option
Warranty 2 years or 30,000 kms whichever is earlier (By Company)
Deliverable Locations
This product ships to India.
Free Shipping to India.

Bajaj Discover 135cc DTSi Review

Average Rating
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By Chandra Prakash, 2010-08-31 10:07:13.0

I love its looks and have also heard a lot about this from my friends about its mileage, lower maintenance.But after I purchased this bike I felt that there should be 5 speed transmission.

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By ruwan, 2010-05-01 10:48:44.0

bajaj discover 135cc dts-i is god bike. but not enought 4 gears.

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By hareesh, 2010-02-18 17:30:13.0

the bike is a great buy for a city commuter. it is a stable bike and its cornering is marginally better than other bikes in this segment()disc version). it offers good performance but the gear box is real flaw. i dont know why bajaj gave this a 4 speed gear box(it needs 5). trhe gear ratios of this bike are not proper. the quality of the bike is poor and u need to service it regurarly to get better performance n mileage.

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By Dileep, 2009-12-28 15:21:01.0

Wheel setting is not good especially back wheel road grip is not good major chain packet problem. millage is not reach to mark. I'm ready to sell or exchange this model. Dileep

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By yogesh patil, 2009-11-22 15:56:13.0

the wheel balancing of this bike (135cc disc) not good it gets punctured soon good milage not a better choice

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