Saturday, November 15, 2014

Hero Ignitor Vs Bajaj Discover
Hero Ignitor Vs Bajaj Discover - Hero Ignitor was launched in 2012 as a re-badged version of the Hero Honda Stunner. In spite of the parent companies, Hero and Honda, going separate ways, it was decided that the new company, Hero MotoCorp, would share technology and products till 2014.

Bajaj Discover is a successful series of bikes from the house of Bajaj Auto Limited, the second largest producer of motorcycles in India. Bajaj launched the Discover in the year 2004 when the Indian motorcycle market was going through a bad patch. The Discover bikes came like a breath of fresh air and instantly went on to become a national bestseller.

Hero Ignitor provides good on road mileage and is one of the best performers amongst the 125 cc segment commuter. The Ignitor comes in only two variants - one is a self start with front-disc break and the other is a self start with drum brake.

When compared to the Ignitor, the Discover bikes are offered in several variants. Ever since Bajaj came out with their Discover 125 cc bike, they have been constantly launching various up-gradations that range from the 135 cc to the 150 cc powered engine. The first Discover bike to showcase a quarter fairing - the Discover 150F was also quite popular amongst the urban youth. Another Discover with a 125 cc engine was launched with the new DTS-I engine (Digital Twin Spark Ignition technology). The Bajaj Discover 100 4G was launched with Bajaj Discover 100 T, Discover 100 and Discover 100 M as the three models.

Hero MotoCorp Ignitor gives an average mileage of 62 kmpl in the city. 
While the Bajaj Discover 125 renders a fuel efficiency of 70 kmpl, the Discover 135 DTSi-KS offers a mileage of 65 kmpl. The Discover 125 DTSi-ES gives a mileage of 70 kmpl and the Discover 135 DTSi-ES offers a mileage of 65 kmpl. 
The Ignitor comes with a digital-analogue instrument console while the Bajaj bike comes with a basic instrument console.

The Ignitor with its easy and comfortable handling and mind blowing performance has become hugely popular in the Indian bike market.

The Discover series provides a decent power and good on road mileage and is always ready to take on its competitors.

The Ignitor comes with a price tag of Rs. 57,550 to 59,550.

The Bajaj Series starts from a fairly lower price when compared to the Ignitor bikes and comes in a price range of Rs. 44,001 to 58,739

The Discover is a perfect package of the right mix of style, power and economy. Their styling and other added features like alloys, self-start and DTSi technology are also worth mentioning.

The maintenance free battery and a better city mileage are the plus points of the Ignitor.

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