2018 Bajaj lineup unveiled, all the bikes get styling tweaks while some get new features as well.

2018 Bajaj Dominar Matte Red
The Matte Black, Red and Blue colours are inspired by the terrains conquered by the Dominar

Bajaj has revealed its range of motorcycles for the year 2018 at the launch event of the new Discover series. For those unaware, the Discover 110 is priced at Rs. 50,176/- while the Discover 125 is priced at Rs. 53,171/- (ex-showroom, Delhi). Coming to the showcase of the motorcycles, there was the new Avenger 220 (in Street and Cruise trims), Dominar in the new matte colour shades, Pulsar Black Pack edition, new V15 and the Platina Comfortec.

Starting with the flagship Bajaj bike, the Dominar. We have already seen the spy shots of the new Matte Black and Matte Red colours. However, there is also a Matte Blue colour available on the 2018 Dominar. The sports cruiser gets no mechanical changes. The alloy wheels are now finished in gold and the engine crankcase gets black finishing.

The second most exciting bike from the showcase is the Avenger 220. Both the Street and Cruise variants were showcased. While mechanically, the motorcycle remains untouched, there are a host of cosmetic changes. To start with, the bike gets new graphics, new headlight setup with LED DRL, LED tail-light, full-digital instrument console and a textured seat.

The company also showcased the Pulsar Black Pack edition consisting of the Pulsar 150, 180 and 220. The Black Pack edition, as the name suggests, comes finished in black with white alloy wheels and some new graphics. Here too, the mechanicals of the bikes remain untouched. Bajaj launched the Black Pack edition on the occasion of celebrating sales of 1 crore Pulsars worldwide. Next on display was the 2018 V15. Apart from the new pillion backrest, the motorcycle is a ditto of the current model. The new V15 and V12 are priced at Rs. 64,179/- and Rs. 54,549/- (ex-showroom, Delhi) respectively.

The 2018 Discover 110 comes powered by a 115.5cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled and carburetted motor which develops 8.6 PS of power and 9.81 Nm of torque while the Discover 125 draws power from a 124.5cc, single-cylinder, DTS-i engine which outputs 11 PS of power and 11 Nm of torque. The powertrain comes mated to a 4-speed gearbox. The 125cc mill is mated to a 5-speed gearbox.

The final bike on display was the Platina Comfortec which was launched last year. The motorcycle received LED DRLs and that’s about it. The bike continues to draw power from the same 102cc single-cylinder DTS-i motor. Peak power is rated at 7.9 PS and peak torque at 8.3 Nm. This motor comes mated to a 4-speed gearbox.

2018 Bajaj Lineup

– Dominar gets new colours, powered by the same 35 PS 373.3cc engine
– The new matte colour schemes come at no extra cost
– Discover and Avenger 220 get LED DRLs
– Pillion backrest added to 2018 V15
– Pulsar Black Pack edition gets white alloy wheels and chrome finish on the exhaust muffler

2018 Bajaj Dominar Matte Edition
The sports cruiser continues to be powered by the 373.3cc single-cylinder motor producing 35 PS and 35 Nm
2018 Bajaj Avenger 220 Street
The Avenger Street and Cruise have differently styled LED DRL
2018 Bajaj Avenger 220 Cruise Front
Tall windscreen to reduce those windblasts while riding on the highway
2018 Bajaj Avenger 220 Instrument Console
Full-digital instrument console looks cool! Doesn’t it?
2018 Bajaj Avenger 220 Cruise Side
2018 Avenger does not feature a rear disc brake, carries over the same 220cc engine with no changes to power and torque figures
2018 Bajaj Avenger 220 Cruise And Street
Rubber fork gaiters available only on the Street variant
2018 Pulsar Black Pack
The Black Pack Pulsar 150, 180 and 220 are priced at Rs. 76,723/-, Rs. 81,651/- and Rs. 93,683/- (ex-showroom, Delhi) respectively
2018 Bajaj V15
V15 continues to be powered by a 150cc motor which churns out 12 PS of power
2018 Bajaj Discover 125
The Discover comes equipped with a cellulose-based clutch for easy gear shifts
2018 Bajaj Discover Console
The digital-analogue instrument console now features a tachometer as well
2018 Bajaj Discover 110
Bajaj says the LED DRL consumes lesser power than the AHO-type headlamp
Bajaj Platina Comfortec
The Platina Comfortec gets Spring-Soft seat, longer front and rear suspension for added riding comfort