Bajaj Discover 150S reached showrooms before launch

Get ready to grab your new Discover 150S, as the dealers of Bajaj Motorcycles has started accepting bookings for the upcoming motorcycle. The commuter motorcycle has reached the showrooms prior to its launch. And, one can book their own new Discover 150S with a pre-payment of INR 500. It is expected that the deliveries of the 150cc commuter motorcycle will embark soon. The technical specification and pricing section of the motorcycle has not been revealed by the company yet, but it is believed that the Bajaj Motorcycles will launch this bike pretty soon, as it has already reached to the dealership showrooms.

New Bajaj Discover 150S

If you'll take a closer look at the Discover 150S, you will find that it is completely based upon the Discover 125 ST model. The things which are borrowed from the 125ST, includes alloy wheels, instrument cluster, monoshock suspension, body fairings and panels. The new motorcycle is blessed with a newly designed side body panels and also gets a black finish grab rail instead of silver, which is found in Discover 125ST. The motorcycle will be featuring a telescopic front shock absorber, but digital meter is clearly missing from the design.

Bajaj Discover 150S Meter

Technically, the 150S is powered by a four-stroke, single-cylinder engine, which gives an engine displacement of 150cc. The engine is coupled with a 5-speed gearbox. Instead of having all these features, the power figures still compromises, as it performs lower than the Pulsar's 150 cc DTS-i engine. The company will be offering different color options along with optional front disc brake and electric start. The price of the bike has not yet revealed by the company.

Bajaj Discover 150S Front View

Recently, the Bajaj Discover 150F is snooped during its test ride and it is expected that it will be the first semi-faired commuter motorcycle by the company. Hence, Bajaj Motorcycles is still tight-lipped about the launching event of both these commuter section motorcycles. Let's see, when the company will cut the ribbon for these bikes.