Bike review abot ct100
I have been riding this bike for 2 years and it gives me a balanced mileage of 90 Kmpl. Its biggest turn off I find is the lack of self start and engine kill switch. The rider seat and the pillion seat is quite comfortable. I am impressed with its looks and the built quality is Awesome. Overall I am happy with its performance....and my experience with it lands on a positive note.
Best Features: Fuel economy
Pros: Mileage, Comfort, Looks
Cons: Poor transmission and Clutch, absence of self startstart
The CT 100 has always been one easy to use and frugal machine, which though lacked flair in its overall design, performed its main tasks of being a fuel-efficient commuter effortlessly. The changes on this latest avatar are very minimal, but it certainly complements with the comeback which the CT 100 has made in the Indian two-wheeler market. With the re-arrival of the CT 100, the 100cc motorcycle lineup of Bajaj seems to be complete now, which once was being speculated to be dismissed for paying more attention towards 125cc motorcycles. Glad that Bajaj Auto didn’t opt for going this pathway.