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Bajaj Discover 100T Review and Ride Report

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  • rockugal
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    Originally posted by rms View Post
    it is really an awesome bike!!
    Have u got it?

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  • rms
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    it is really an awesome bike!!

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  • abdriver2000
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    My Caliber came with MRF Zappers. Changed them at 43750 kms though they had treads left for about 10k kms more.
    Second set was replaced at 102750 which is 59000 kms. This was TVS Jumbo at rear and MRF at front.
    Currently running on Dunlop Mystery at front and Metro at rear. Covered about 24000 kms and they look good for another 3 years.

    For the 125ST, I will most likely go with CEAT since they offer lifetime warranty till 50% of the tread.

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  • rockugal
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    Which tires u recommend?

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  • abdriver2000
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    Originally posted by rockugal View Post
    What quality it lacks?
    The biggest problem with 100T and 125ST is the tyres. Bajaj only offers Kenda as standard fitment. These are hard compound tyres supposed to last >50k kms. In the bargain, you are compromising on grip and safety. I am booking my 125ST tomorrow and plan to change the tyres on day 1.

    As far as build quality is concerned, I am personally quite happy with Bajaj. My Caliber 115 is 10 years old and covered 127000 kms. It has seen 10 monsoons and was submerged in the Mumbai downpour several years ago, but started in one kick next day. All others in my office who had Unicorns were trying to locate the nearest service center Still running on original bulbs except the headlamp. Most people who crib about Bajaj quality have never used one or used a 'non-mainstream' model like Byk, XCD etc.

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  • Touseef Ahmed Mohammed
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    Originally posted by rockugal View Post
    What quality it lacks?
    Well, As its a known fact that Bajaj's quality isnt 100% perfect.
    Build quality isnt that great as Yamaha.
    Anyways, it dosent lack quality. My saying was that, dont expect best quality from Bajaj.
    But its good enough to be used.

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  • rockugal
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    What quality it lacks?

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  • Touseef Ahmed Mohammed
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    Originally posted by rockugal View Post
    U got one?
    No. But i have Ridden the bike quite lot of times.

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  • rockugal
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    Originally posted by Touseef Ahmed Mohammed View Post
    The Discover 100T is the most advanced 100cc motorcycle.
    4 valve engine might be the first to be introduced in such a small displacement motorcycle.
    Great mid range torque, 5 speed gearbox is great, this bike can beat all other 100cc motorcycles in performance & mileage (may be not in quality
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    Overall i say its the BEST 100cc bike of the market
    U got one?

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  • Touseef Ahmed Mohammed
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    The Discover 100T is the most advanced 100cc motorcycle.
    4 valve engine might be the first to be introduced in such a small displacement motorcycle.
    Great mid range torque, 5 speed gearbox is great, this bike can beat all other 100cc motorcycles in performance & mileage (may be not in quality
    )
    Overall i say its the BEST 100cc bike of the market

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  • rockugal
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    Anything about the actual mileage in city?

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  • Hugo Mishra
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    I would really like to know how would discover 100t fair against dream yuga

    A head to head comparison would be nice.
    Last edited by Hugo Mishra; 02-23-2013, 07:57 PM. Reason: adding

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  • mayank.travadi
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    it seems how much so ever cheap bajaj prices a bike..people still say its costly without comparing it with what the rival companies offer and at what prices..

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  • antz.bin
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    Originally posted by The Knight View Post
    The Ex Showroom price in Kolkata is 52,057/-. That means it is nearly about 59K. Too costly for a 100CC.
    Thats just about 1.5k more than Dream Yuga (without compulsary accessories). The compulsary accessories (Mirrors, Side stand, Saree Guard, Both No. plates and crash guard) on the Dream Yuga will cost you more than the aforementioned price difference.
    Last edited by antz.bin; 02-08-2013, 08:04 PM.

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  • The Knight
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    The Ex Showroom price in Kolkata is 52,057/-. That means it is nearly about 59K. Too costly for a 100CC.

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