Bajaj bikes made foray once again into the two-wheeler industry with its all-new, advanced DTS-Si (Digital Twin Spark Swirl Ignition) technology in the form of Bajaj XCD 125. The model comes with an attractive pricing and contemporary style and is all set to create history and set new benchmarks in the Indian biking industry. The looks of the bike are quite aggressive with impressive graphics as well on its fuel tank.
Our Bajaj XCD 125 review basically exceeds expectations, and being equipped with DTSSi engine the bike model claims to be the most fuel efficient assuring bikers an unbeatable mileage coupled with never-let-down performance as well as smooth riding experience. The inlet and outlet ports of the DTSSi engine of Bajaj XCD 125 is positioned in such a way that it can generate the highest swirl in the mixture of air and fuel ensuring great combustion efficiency.
That apart, the key features of a Bajaj XCD 125 model include a digital microprocessor, twin-spark plug, digital speedometer console, LED tail lamp, advanced headlamp with prismatic pilot lamps and improved exhaust TEC for incredible torque and least annoying noise. However, some of its traditional features include the 5-spoked alloy wheels and clear lens indicator. The power-packed, robust engine promises 10.98 NM torque @5000 rpm. It has an electric start up and a flexible number plate system that enhances the aesthetic look and appeal of the bike.
The ergonomics are quite relaxing, assuring biker a comfortable ride, even at its highest speeds. But the downside of this Bajaj XCD 125 begins with poor shockers, reduced stability due to decreased wheelbase and ends with no disc brakes.
Bajaj XCD 125 price comes at a price tag of Rs 41,000 (ex-showroom) and is said to attract all of the 100cc customers who may want to upgrade because it promises mileage of over 90 kmpl. Available in blue, black, red and silver colors, Bajaj XCD 125 is designed, engineered and manufactured to outperform the over-priced and under-performed 100cc models.