2013 Bajaj Discover 100M India Road Test Review — Road Test By Overdrive

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2013 Bajaj Discover India road test

The Discover onslaught continues and the latest is the new 100M which its intentions clear — the M stands for Available in disc and drum brake variants, Bajaj the bike will play in the segment one step off the bottom, a that, according to the Pune-based accounts for 46 per cent of the Indian market.

The Discover 100 and the 100T play in this segment, but so far share is 20 per cent and Bajaj more. Will the 100M Let’s find out.

Styling, build and finish

The despite the lower intended is as well made as any of the other be it in terms of finish levels or in of paint quality

Bajaj chosen to stick with the of the Discover, but the 100M is smaller its siblings.

Bajaj have to stick with the design of the but the 100M is smaller than its The biggest clue is the tank is dimensionally smaller than its eponymous siblings though it is the shape overall. Similarly, the is also shorter in length end to end and so

The overall impact of the motorcycle a bit because it might be a new bike but it to look startlingly like other Discover. What breeds in this case is up to Strong visual associations can the values a brand stand but it can also cause ennui and

What is also the same, and is a good thing, is that the despite the lower intended is as well made as any of the other be it in terms of finish levels or in of paint quality.

Engine, and performance

The undersquare 102cc

The undersquare 102cc engine is firmly on the new Discovers but has been for economy, trading in a bit of power in the That said, the 9.3PS at is still better than everyone else in the segment. is really impressive though is the The motorcycle makes 9.02Nm at but it’s a much flatter says Bajaj.

In the real world, this out because you can ride the motorcycle quickly and smoothly without the revs for support or a lot of gearchanges. our economy run – 68.05kmpl in the city – the felt rapid through though the revs were kept tightly in check. The also is more precise in though I still don’t all-up shift pattern.

First feels a bit low in gearing but with a light clutch and spread of torque, this is an calm motorcycle to commute on. Top is 92.4kmph. There is, however, a hint of vibration in the pegs in parts of the rev range and the vibration becomes noticeable once you 70-80kmph, but it’s a sensation exists not an annoyance.

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