Very recently Bajaj launched two very interesting motorcycles in the 150cc segment which it prefers to call as ‘power-commuters’. We have tested both the bikini faired Discover 150S and the semi-faired Discover 150F siblings and the review is under works.
But just before that, let us share with you a quick price comparison of the motorcycles along with all its rivals here in India – Hero Achiever, Yamaha’s SZ twins as well as the Honda Unicorn.
Discover 150F & 150S vs SZ-S vs SZ-R vs Achiever vs Unicorn: Price Comparison
So, here is how they stand vis-a-vis pricing and this is really interesting…
|Bajaj Discover 150||Price||Hero Achiever||Price||Honda CB Unicorn||Price||Yamaha SZ||Price|
|Three variants||(ex-Delhi)||One variant only||(ex-Delhi)||One variant only||(ex-Delhi)||Two variants||(ex-Delhi)|
|150S Drum||52,030||Achiever||58,785||CB Unicorn||63,294||SZ-S||59,500|
Bajaj has priced the base variant of the motorcycle (150S drum) so low that not only it becomes the cheapest 150cc motorcycle in India, its price also undercuts a lot of 125cc motorcycles we have! Even the faired 150F, which is the most expensive Discover, is very close to the Hero Achiever, which is the second cheapest motorcycle in this entry 150cc segment!
The other options you have here are the Yamaha’s SZ siblings, lesser of which SZ-S is slightly higher in price than faired Discover. Discover 150F is also the only motorcycle in this list which comes with a semi-fairing.
Honda’s CB Unicorn is the most expensive motorcycle; it’s around twelve thousand rupees more expensive than the cheapest motorcycle in this arena, while it’s around 4+ thousand rupees dearer than the costliest Discover, the 150F. We will also share a spec-comparo of these motorcycles to help you gauge how do they stand against each other on paper.