Bajaj CT110 Officially Launched At Rs 37,997
With this, Bajaj now has four motorcycles in this segment!
- The new CT110 gets a bigger engine compared to the CT100.
- Braking hardware between both the variants is different.
- The base variant of the CT110 is around Rs 5,000 more expensive than the CT100.
A few days back, we had reported that Bajaj’s new commuter motorcycle, the CT110, has started reaching dealerships. Now, the bike maker has silently launched the new CT110 in two variants, KS Alloy and ES Alloy. While the base variant is priced at Rs 37,997, the top-spec ES Alloy variant retails at Rs 44,352 (both prices ex-showroom Delhi).
Although it says 110 in the suffix, the new CT110 is actually powered by a bigger 115cc motor which churns out 8.6PS of power and 9.81Nm of torque. Transmission duties are handled by a 4-speed gearbox. The other major difference between the CT100 and the CT100 is the brake setup. While the lower-spec variant is equipped with 110mm drum units at both ends, the new CT110 features bigger 130mm drums on both ends. Suspension components, however, are similar on both the motorcycles: telescopic up front and dual SNS shock absorbers at the rear.
On the design front, the new CT110 features blacked-out parts, alloy wheels, rubber tank pads, fork gaiters, a braced handlebar, grab rail and new decals. The new commuter motorcycle is available in three paint options: Gloss Ebony Black, Matte Olive Green and Gloss Flame Red.