Bajaj CT110X vs CT110: Differences Explained
Cut from the same cloth, but how different are the two commuters?
Bajaj launched the CT110X last week. While it packs the same tried-and-tested motor used by its sibling, there are some key aspects that separate the CT110X from the regular CT110.
Place the two bikes side by side, and you’d instantly recognize the Bajaj CT110X, thanks to its circular headlight. Moreover, it’s guarded by a grill instead of the standard CT110’s exposed headlight unit. While the LED DRL is the same as that of the regular model, the visor for the CT110X gets a matte black finish. The front number plate for the CT 110X is mounted above the DRL and not below the headlight, unlike the CT110.
The CT110X differs from the standard model in its overall appearance as well. Bajaj has equipped the new bike with a higher-set front fender. The handlebar gets a brace, and the thigh grips sport a different pattern. The crash guard for the CT110X is thicker than that on the CT110.
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More Luggage Capacity:
While the CT110 makes for a decent commuter, the CT110X takes things up a notch. To make it luggage-friendly, Bajaj has equipped the bike with a rear luggage rack as well. This should make it easier for delivery purposes or just mounting one’s luggage without compromising on the space.
Both the bikes are powered by the same 115cc DTS-i motor (mated to a 4-speed gearbox), delivering 8.6PS at 7500rpm and 9.81Nm at 5000rpm.
Last but not least, the CT110X is available in four colours and retails at Rs 55,494 (Ex-showroom Delhi), The CT110, on the other hand, is priced at Rs 53,498 and is available in three colours.
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