Bajaj XCD 125 – FreakBikrz Community

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Bajaj XCD 125 DTS - Si

Bajaj XCD 125

USP – Light weight, Price, Digital display. Bajaj proved to be successful in its endeavor to make a worth successor to the discover 125 as the sales charts have been on fire since the XCD was launched for commercial sale. The styling is all new and though the XCD appears small, the company has managed to make it look much better than the Discover 125.

Up front, the low slung head lamp shrouded by a black visor gives the little bike an aggressive yet low stance look. The tank shard and small tank does not exactly match but the graphics are good. The XCD has all features of a 150cc bike which are a digital display, alloy wheels, led lamps etc.

The overall size and the thin tyres make it the smallest bike in the category. The back side is the worst among

the 125cc bikes with just a small indicator sized tail lamp. The bike is powered by a compact 125cc engine with DTS-Si technology. The dual spark plug technology combined with the new swirl technology enhances

proper combustion of fuel and gives the bike a better low end punch.

The new engine manages 9.53PS of power at 7000, while the torque figures stand at 10.85Nm generated at 5000rpm. The overall weight of the bike is 113kg, the lightest in its class. The small size and easy maneuverability makes it ideal for city use. The seat is small and would be uncomfortable for 2 properly sized

adults to travel for a long time. The 4 speed gearbox is meant more for the cities and for adequate highway use. But the mileage is where the XCD really shows its colors. Bajaj claims that the bike can run even at 15km/hr at top speed without serious knocking, which is really a boon for city commuters.

The bike starts feeling strained after 60-65km/h and if there is an incline coming your way, be ready for an early downshift! The mileage is 65 in city and a great 82kmpl in highway and the mixed is 68.5kmpl. The other great thing is its price, which is in the range of 100cc bikes around Rs.44000.

Bajaj XCD 125 DTS - Si

This has made it a great success among the people looking for a 100cc bike.

Pros: Mileage,Price, Bajaj service

Cons: Styling and size, Seat and comfort, Common problem of Bajaj bikes, ie. Loose in control and engine problem after 1-1.5 year.

Look out for the new XCD 135, which has improved the cons of the XCD 125. This bike has also become a good success as it is more good looking than the Pulsar and has features like digital display, wide tyres, Led lamp, GRS suspension. There is only a meager 1bhp increase in power but the performance is way load better than the 125. This has 5 gears and good performance is promised in both highway and city. The suspension is good and makes long rides truly comfortable.

The mileage is in the range of 65-70kmpl. People looking for 125cc bikes MUST consider this bike.

Bajaj XCD 125 DTS - Si
Bajaj XCD 125 DTS - Si
Bajaj XCD 125 DTS - Si

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