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The Bajaj Xcd 135 was the result of the success achieved by 125cc. It is among the popular models in the Bajaj XCD series. XCD was one of the most efficient bikes of the time and similar to its 125cc predecessor; an inspiration behind the current generation of Pulsar. The bike powered by a 135cc engine had some of the most impressive specifications at that time. The motorcycle was based on the same platform as XCD 125. Even regarding aesthetics, there was not a major difference between the two. However, Bajaj XCD 135 surpassed 125 achievements as it lasted in the market for more years than XCD 125 did.
Finally, Bajaj gave up on the XCD series as it wanted to focus on Discover series purely. Discover is among the most popular bike models in the country, and thus, XCD’s end bought a better future for Discover. The manufacturing company introduced 5 different variants for the Discover model. As for XCD 135, it was quite similar to 125 cc. It competed with the likes of Honda Shine, Hero Glamour and TVS Phoenix.
As for the Bajaj XCD 135 bike price, a new bike used to cost in the range of INR 50,000 to INR 55,000. However, the model has long been discontinued, and there are used bikes available only. A used Bajaj XCD 135 is priced between INR 20,000 to INR 35,000 based upon the condition of the bike.Technical Specifications-