Home Bike News Bajaj 2019 Bajaj Discover 110 CBS deliveries start - Walkaround video

2019 Bajaj Discover 110 CBS deliveries start – Walkaround video

Along with its other offerings, Bajaj Auto Limited has also updated the entry level Discover 110 with Combined Braking System (CBS), ahead of the 1st April 2019 deadline. The introduction of this safety feature sees a marginal increase of Rs.563 over the non CBS version which was priced at Rs.52,710. 2019 Discover 110 CBS now carries a price tag of Rs.53,273.

Bookings are being accepted across India. You can book the 2019 Bajaj Discover 110 CBS by paying an amount of Rs 1,000. Deliveries too have started. This CBS system, which Bajaj calls Anti Skid Braking system, ensures best possible braking performance. It is to be noted here that Anti Skit Braking system is not ABS. ABS stands for Anti lock braking system. Though CBS is not as efficient as ABS, it does work very well in entry level two wheelers such as the Discover 110.

New Bajaj Discover 110 is offered in 3 color options of Blue, Black, Red. It is seen with refreshed styling and day time running lights. It features 2,035mm length, 760mm width and 1,087mm height. It gets a wheelbase of 1,305mm and ground clearance of 179mm. Fuel tank is of 10 liter capacity while other features include LED tail lamp, a semi digital instrument console and electric start.

2019 Bajaj Discover 110 is powered by a 115cc single cylinder, air cooled engine offering 8.6 bhp power at 7,000 rpm and 9.81 Nm torque at 5,000 rpm mated to a 4 speed gearbox claiming mileage of 82 kmpl. Watch the detailed walkaround video of 2019 Discover 110 by YouTube channel The Bengal Rider below.

Speaking about the brakes, it is via 130mm drum brakes at front as well as at the rear. Suspension is via telescopic forks in the front and twin shock absorbers at the rear. The Bajaj Discover 110 CBS competes against the Hero Splendor, Hero Passion Pro 110, Honda CD110 Dream CBS and TVS Victor.

Monthly sales of the Bajaj Discover 110cc, once a premium commuter bike, have been a bit low. December 2018 sales stood at 3,500 units while sales in January 2019 were at 4,165 units, a year on year decline of 82%. The introduction of the new safety feature should see an improvement in sales in the months ahead.

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