Key Specs of Platina 110
Bajaj Platina 110 Highlights
Bajaj has launched a new Platina, called the Platina 110. The bike is powered by the 115cc engine from the Discover 110 that produces 8.7PS of power and 9.8Nm of torque. The Platina 110 also gets CBS (combined braking system) in accordance with the upcoming safety regulations that make CBS mandatory for all bikes below 125cc. The Platina 110 is priced at Rs 49,300 (ex-showroom, Delhi). The 100cc Platina continues to be sold alongside the Platina 110.
Platina 110 Price List (Variants)
|Platina 110 Standard68 Kmpl, DISCONTINUED|
|Platina 110 Platina 12575 kmpl, 124.6ccDISCONTINUED||Rs.38,019|
|Platina 110 ES 100 Alloy96 Kmpl, 102 ccDISCONTINUED||Rs.38,987|
|Platina 110 100 Spoke Wheel96 Kmpl, 99.27 ccDISCONTINUED||Rs.39,673|
|Platina 110 Platina 10096 Kmpl, 99.27 ccDISCONTINUED||Rs.41,051|
|Platina 110 ES Spoke102 ccDISCONTINUED||Rs.42,441|
|Platina 110 ES 100 KS Alloy104 Kmpl, 102 ccDISCONTINUED||Rs.43,241|
|Platina 110 LED DRL102 ccDISCONTINUED||Rs.47,155|
|Platina 110 LED DRL104 Kmpl, 102 ccDISCONTINUED||Rs.47,405|
|Platina 110 ES Alloy CBS80 kmpl, 115 ccDISCONTINUED||Rs.50,899|
|Platina 110 ES Alloy104 Kmpl, 102 ccDISCONTINUED||Rs.55,546|
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Bajaj Platina 110 Mileage and Performance
|ARAI Mileage||104 Kmpl|
|Max Speed||90 Kmph|
Platina 110 Competitors
Bajaj Platina 110 Pros and Cons
Things We Like in Platina 110
- Comfortable seating position
- Long travel front and rear suspension
- Gets rear rubber foot pads
Things We Don't Like in Platina 110
- No tubeless tyres or disc brake option
Platina 110 Expert Review
A country where people worry about fuel efficiency than anything else when buying a motorcycle, we think Bajaj has played its cards quite smartly with Bajaj Platina. Boasting a 102cc engine, this commuter carries a reasonable price tag, has the looks that everyone admires and a suspension assembly, which is good enough for rough roads. There is a plush feel despite its basic and practical design. The style enhancing elements are more than pleasing. Plus, you get a comfortable ride throughout the day, thanks to its shock absorbers and suspension mechanism.
The stunning body graphics blend quite nicely with the two colour options on offer, namely Ebony black and Cocktail wine. If you wish to buy this bike then you have to shell out Rs 52,214 (O-road, Delhi) for the ES Alloy Variant while the LED DRL variant can be purchased at Rs 51,031 (On-road, Delhi).
Design and Features
The overall look of the bike is quite edgy with appropriate curves that add all-important vogue to grab the onlookers’ attention. At the front, it has a sharp headlamp, a set of crystal-like turn indicators, a body-coloured visor, an analogue speedometer and odometer, although basic with regular lighting effect but effective as far as readability is concerned. The fuel tank has been crafted nicely keeping in mind the rider’s seating position. The graphics on the tank are bold and trendy while the dual-tone colour treatment on its either sides is good enough to impress even the passers-by. As you make a move towards the rear end of the bike, you’d see a black coating above exhaust pipe, engine area and alloys, which is certainly one of the key highlights of the bike. The company has kept chrome inserts at bay and have included the body-coloured rail at the rear end.
The seating position is up-to-the-mark while the seat cushioning is ideal for the rider as well as for the pillion to enjoy the ride throughout the day without getting tired. Ending the profile, there is a striking tail lamp and a neatly crafted fender. The kerb weight of the bike is noted to be 113kg that makes it easy to pick pace and manoeuvre across the crowded city roads. Also, it is one of the major reasons that it can yield a fuel efficiency of more than 104Kmpl.
Engine and Performance
Powering this comfortable and practical commuter from Bajaj is a 102cc air-cooled 4-stroke single cylinder engine with 2-Valve, DTS-I with ExhausTEC technology. The engine can churn out a maximum power of 7.9PS @ 7500rpm and a peak torque of 8.34Nm @ 5500rpm while it can attain a top speed of 90kmph, which is considerable as far as its practicality and purpose are concerned. The company claims that it can yield a fuel efficiency of 104Kmpl provided the rider follows driving standards and gear-shifting rules.
Braking and Handling
The ride quality on offer is sensational, thanks to its suspension assembly that takes care of bumps and potholes along the road. There is a 135mm telescopic fork at the front while at the rear it has a hydraulic suspension with the company’s signature Spring-In-Spring technology. The stability and control are kept in check by the 110mm drum brakes at the front as well at the rear and a perfect wheelbase of 1275 mm. The brakes come with suitable stopping power and manage to create enough friction between the tyres and the road every time a rider attempts an instant stop.
Safety and Features
As compared to its rivals, Bajaj Platina has more and advanced safety features, which adds another strong reason to buy this motor. It has been equipped with world’s first and Bajaj signature ‘Spring-In-Spring (SNS)' shock absorbing technology that makes passing a rough road as smooth as riding on a bump-free road. There is a powerful headlamp for clear vision, which works well even at low RPMs and a pass-by switch to alert the incoming traffic.
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