Bajaj XCD is a popular 125 cc bike in India. It is designed on the lines of earlier Bajaj bikes. Read about Bajaj XCD bike review.

Bajaj XCD

After the roaring success of XCD 125cc, Bajaj Autos Ltd India has launched its high-end bike - the XCD 135cc. Loaded with the latest Digital Twin Spark Swirl Induction (DTS-Si) technology, which was seen in 125cc as well, the 135cc bike has set a new benchmark for stylish city road commuters. It exudes a sense of elegance, which is rare to find in other vehicles within its class. Bajaj XCD 135cc surely exceeds all expectations of potential buyers. The bike has eye-catching styling and features to boast of. The build quality of the vehicle is another scoring point. With good looks, easy ride and quality performance of XCD 135cc DTS-Si, it goes without saying that Bajaj has come up with a winner for the Indian roads.
Bajaj XCD
Bajaj XCD 135cc DTS-Si has been designed keeping in mind the average Indian commuter. Although the bike doesn’t come with low handlebars and rearset foot pegs, it manages to provide all-round comfort to the driver as well as the pillion seat passenger. This is quite visible in its neutral seating position. Even the xl-size passenger would not find it intimidating to sit in the pillion seat for a long duration. Overall, the basic design of Bajaj XCD 135cc DTS-Si remains the same as that of the Pulsar family, of course, with minute changes in its looks. XCD 135cc comes with a digital speedometer, along with an analogue tachometer.
The DTS-Si gasoline engine of Bajaj XCD 135cc bike churns out a huge power of 10.2 PS at 7500 rpm and manages to deliver a peak torque of 11.58 nm at 5000 rpm, which is surely the highest in its class. The acceleration figures of the bike are also quite impressive - it accelerates from standstill to 60km/h within merely 6.81 seconds, which is again, the best in its class. The engine is mated to 5-speed constant mesh transmission. The bike is refined and is easy to ride during heavy traffic on city roads. It glides smoothly and effortlessly on highways too. Bajaj XCD 135cc DTS-Si shoots up to a maximum speed of 98 kmph (with single rider). Even with a pillion rider, the bike can be handled well.
Ride & Handling
Bajaj XCD 135cc DTS-Si would not disappoint you in the handling department as well, because it is custom-designed to suit the needs of the Indian roads. It comes with the options of both electric-start and kick-start. Due to the appropriate positioning of the brake pedal and gear shifter, the person driving it would attain total comfort while riding. The bike comes with optional disc brakes at the front, to ensure that the automobile comes to a dead stop from high speed quickly, thereby ensuring safety and stability. The gears are smoother as compared to other Bajaj bikes. Even in heavy traffic, the bike is easy to maneuver and use in the top gear. The bike gives a very good ride quality, something that is very appreciable about Bajaj bikes.
Variants, Colors & Price
Bajaj XCD 135cc DTS-Si is available in a dazzling range of colors - Blue, Red, Black & Green, Black & Blue and Black & Red. it has been launched with three variants - Kick Start Version, Electric Start With Drum Brakes Version, and Top Of The Line Disc Brake Equipped Version, with a price tag of Rs.43,000, Rs.45,000 and Rs.47,000, respectively.
Technical Specifications

XCD 135 cc DTS-Si
Fuel Tank Capacity
8.0 Liters (1.83 Liters of reserve)
1990 mm
760 mm
1080 mm
1275 mm
Ground Clearance
165 mm
Minimum Turning Radius
1990 mm
Kerb Weight
116.5 Kg (ES with Disc), 116 Kg (ES with Drum), 113 Kg (KS with Drum)
4 stroke, natural air cooled
134.6 cc
5 Speed Constant Mesh
Max. Power
10.2 PS @ 7500 rpm
Max. Torque
11.58 nm @ 5000 rpm
Maximum Speed
98 Km/h (with single rider 68 Kg)
Kick Start, Electric Start
Front Suspension
Fork travel, Telescopic
Rear Suspension
Rear Wheel travel, Nitrox
Disc/ Drum
Tyre Size
2.75 x 17, 41 P – Front
100 / 90 - 17, 55 P - Rear

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