Most people buy motorcycles for their needs but I bought my motorcycle for my hobby but most of the time it is used for work. Although I like to buy bikes as a hobby but I never thought about buying extra expensive or heavy stylish bikes. On the other hand, I was more inclined towards Bajaj when I bought the current motorcycle as I prefer motorcycles considering other members in my house.
With all this in mind, I like Bajaj's best bike Discover 125cc disc model in the commuter segment, believing that for the next 2-3 years at least there will be no problem with its quality or performance.
To me, my Bajaj Discover 125 Disc bike is about 10 months old today and I have driven about 13,000 kilometers. Needless to say, I have to ride my bike a little more than everyone else for personal needs with my family and business and I bought a Bajaj bike with this in mind and to get better support.
In these 10 months I have found some aspects of this bike that I find bad. It wouldn't be bad if there was other brand than Bajaj because not only me but everyone expects a little more from Bajaj.
-I can tell from past experience that the speed of my motorcycle is getting slower and slower as time goes on. It used to be very fast but now it is not happening.
-It is too late to start the engine and the shelf switch is not working properly.
-The sound of the engine sounded bad to me from the beginning, just like the sound coming from inside the chest of a sick person, the same sound comes from the engine of my motorcycle.
Things that would have been better in my point of view:
-Tube tires have been used in this model for a long time, I think now is the time to upgrade to tubeless tires.
-The price of Bajaj parts seems a little higher to me than other brands. I hope the company will be more sincere in this matter.
-I think both engine quality and engine sound need to be updated. I never expected such engine performance from a brand like Bajaj.
On the other hand, when it comes to mileage, I have to say in a tone of frustration that I am currently getting an average mileage of 45-47 km per liter, which is much less than a 125cc bike. This mileage would be satisfactory if it was more than 55 kilometers per liter.
So far, I have ridden my bike continuously for about 100 km in one day and when asked about the maximum speed, I do not ride at very high speed, but when I find an empty road, it often goes up to 75-80 kmph. Moreover, when I go out with the bike, I run the average is about 30 kilometers. Satisfied with my motorcycle's braking, comfort, lighting and other issues, but the problems I talked about, I did not expect this bike.
A motorcycle is no longer easy to buy, especially when you or a middle-class child buys it again and finds some unexpected problems that can be frustrating.