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The most striking asset on the Discover 150F is its freshly designed front fairing that lends the new bike a premium touch.
The 150F comes with an analogue speedometer, along with amber lit digital displays that include an odometer, trip meter, fuel-gauge, service reminder and an always useful clock.
Large side panels flow smoothly into a sharp tail section, featuring a stepped LED tail-light.
Bajaj has done well to equip the new Discovers with ten-spoke alloys, black finished just like the motorcycle engine and exhaust.
Power is transmitted to the rear wheel via a five-speed gearbox, shifting seamlessly with the help of a heel-and-toe shift lever in the all five-up pattern.
The new engine, clearly a refined performer at all times, revs rising fast and the peppy powerplant never feels out of breath.
Clutch feel is just right for our crowded urban riding conditions, positive and light, never a strain to use in stop and go situations.
The Discover 150F achieved a good true top speed of 112kph when pushed flat out on level surface.
Bajaj has left no stone unturned when it comes to performance - both bikes manage decent acceleration and score high on refinement and smoothness too.
The 150F looks more upmarket due to the front fairing, whereas the 150S looks a touch more conservative.
Bajaj has really worked its magic when it comes to the NVH (Noise, Vibration, Harshness) levels, making this the smoothest Discover motor yet.
While the Discover brand has been fairly successful for Bajaj in the commuter motorcycle segment, to be very honest, it doesn’t carry the same weight as some of its competitor brands in the same segment.