Bajaj Auto plans to start exports of its new Discover 100T in the next few months to South Africa, Latin America and Indonesia.
Bajaj Auto General Manager (Sales) R Chandrashekar said, “Initially we are looking at the domestic market. May be after four or five months, we will be looking at exports of this motorcycle. We will be looking at third world countries like Indonesia, South Africa and some Far East markets to export the 100T.”
The Discover 100T is powered by a 4-valve 100cc engine that produces 10.2PS @ 9,000rpm and torque of 9.2Nm @ 6,500rpm. The power output is 30 per cent more than any bike in this segment and it’s also the first 100cc bike in the world to feature the 4-valve DTS-I technology patented by Bajaj Auto. Priced at Rs 50,500 (ex-showroom, Delhi), the premium commuter bike is positioned against the Honda Dream Yuga and Hero Passion Pro. Also Read : Bajaj Discover 100T: First Ride