The Bajaj Discover 150 F shares a majority of its components with the Discover 125 ST, just like the Discover 150S, which was launched along with the semi-faired version. The grab rails, exhaust, seat, mirrors and the monoshock have been borrowed from the Discover 125 ST parts bin –a way to keep cost in check.
The Discover 150F is powered by a single-cylinder 150cc engine that produces 14bhp at 8,5000rpm and a maximum torque of 12.75Nm at 6,500rpm. This engine is mated to a five speed constant mesh gearbox with an all-up gearshift pattern. The company claims an ARAI fuel efficiency of 72kmpl and has a top speed of 110kmph.
Visually, both the 150S and the 150F are definitely good lookers. There is very little to differentiate the 150S from the bike on which it is based, the now discontinued 125ST. The 150F however is a radical departure in terms of styling. Now it’s not an easy job to make half-fairings look proportionate and well integrated with the rest of the design, but Bajaj has done a really good job with this and the 150F does stand out. Along with this well-integrated half-fairing, gets stepped LED taillights as well as a semi digital console that really brings out the premiumness of this variant.
The best price for
Bajaj Discover 150S is 54,725 &
Discover 150F is 58,793.