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The much loved Bajaj Discover 125 is back and better than before

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Motorcycle fans can rejoice in the news that Bajaj Discover 125 is back, better than before with a whole lot of new and improved features.




Discover 125, which had an excellent reputation in terms of performance, fuel economy, style and value for money, is making a comeback with an all-new look. The new Bajaj Discover 125 brings with it a few firsts for the Discover range and is ideally suited to Sri Lankan roads.

Powering the new Bajaj Discover 125 is the world’s first DTS-i technology, introduced and patented by Bajaj Auto, India. DTS-i, together with ExhausTEC technology, churns out the maximum power output and a peak torque ensures unbeatable performance, impressive fuel economy, and is eco-friendly. The engine comes with a 5-speed gearbox and 5-step adjustable NitroX Shock Absorbers, designed to ensure a smooth and comfortable ride.

Other features of the motorcycle include rear wider tyre for better road grip and enhanced safety, and the handlebars which make it easy to ride and easy to balance, especially on busy roads. Discover 125 is available in Disc and Drum brake models along with electric start, premium alloy wheels, LED tail lamp, low maintenance battery, attractive meter panel, sharp DC headlamp with attractive fairing for consistent beam intensity at low RPM and attractive styling. 
The new Bajaj Discover 125 is distributed by David Pieris Motor Company, the largest automotive company in Sri Lanka on performance. A superior after sales service is guaranteed through the company’s island wide network of 39 branches, over 300 sales dealers and more than 1,500 spare parts and service dealers. 

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