The bike has been spotted at some dealerships and will be positioned between the Platina 100 and Discover 125. The Discover 110 is a more economical package but will feature styling elements from its more expensive sibling. There are five-spoke alloys in matte black and new graphics as well.
It will also come with a digi-analogue instrument cluster, an electric starter, a blacked-out lower half, handlebar-end weights and dual shock absorbers with a piggyback reservoir. A disc brake won’t be standard, it might be an optional extra. The DTS-i motor features substantial updates to make it more fuel efficient. The engine could make 9.5hp and 9.5Nm and could be mated to a four-speed gearbox.
The Discover 110 will be priced at ₹50,500 (ex-showroom, Pune) and will be launched alongside other updated Bajaj bikes sometime in the first half of January 2018.