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Bajaj 100T bike is powerful bike
Oct 24, 2016 08:34 PM 2744 Views

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I like Bjaja 100T bike is looks good It’s sound logic, I suppose.


If people like a 125cc motorcycle with fuel consumption closer to that of a 100cc bike, they’d also like a 100cc bike with power closer to that of a 125cc motorcycle. Depending on which end of the spectrum you’re approaching a Bajaj showroom from, either of your needs would be taken care of.


A novel approach, this – blur the edges of segments by creating new ones that borrow each others’ attributes. Then make it worse by making a bike that looks the same as its bigger sibling.


Bajaj is clear about its strategy – differentiate its products from its competitors and specialise in what it’s good at. Simple enough, although it doesn’t explain why the Discover 100T looks so similar to the Discover 125ST.


It’s not a bad thing, though, for a 100cc bike to be mistaken for a bigger bike. The ‘T’ in ‘100T’ stands for “touring – but in the commuter space” according to Bajaj. Iron Butt-types, stay away.


Anyway, the 100T looks quite good, bigger and more substantial than any 100cc bike I can remember. As I mentioned earlier, it looks like its bigger sibling, the 125ST. However, there are a few things that catch your attention. The rear tyre/tail section proportions are a bit off, although no one’s really going to care once they see that headlight and the tank. Overall, it’s quite a handsome looking bike.


However, even though the wheels’ design is one of the best in the country, the front tyre is a ribbed-pattern design(that’s the second one this month. and we’ve run out of “ribbed” jokes). That’s a bit too utilitarian, we think, and someone needs to tell manufacturers that it’s gone out of fashion. Then again, the looks are hardly what the Discover 100T is all about – it’s the motor.


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