Bajaj CT110

From ₹38 200
Starting at ₹ 38200 Ex Showroom Delhi
BodyDaily Commuter
Mileage103.7 kmpl
Fuel typePetrol
Engine115.45 cc
Transmission4-Speed
Fueling SystemCarburetor
DriveChain Drive
Exterior ColorFlame-Red, Gloss-Ebony-Black With Blue, Matte Olive Green

Variants

CT110 KS Alloy

Mileage: 103.7 kmpl, Engine: 115.45 cc, Price: ₹ 38,200

CT110 ES Alloy

Mileage: 103.7 kmpl, Engine: 115.45 cc, Price: ₹ 45,109

Bajaj CT110

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In terms of the looks department, Bajaj CT110 looks far much better as compared to its other current market rivals like the Mahindra Centuro, TVS Sport and Hero HF Deluxe. Although the design is entirely the same that you see on the Bajaj Platina, but Bajaj has given a few graphic and cosmetic upgrades to the design to make it look slightly different. The new upgrades include, rubber tank pads, fork gaiters, braced handlebars, black alloy wheels and blacked-out parts.

The engine offered on the all-new Bajaj CT110 is a 115cc, single-cylinder engine which is sourced from the Platina 110. This 115cc, single-cylinder engine also pumps out the same power and torque figures seen on the Bajaj Platina 110. You’ll get to see a 4-speed transmission that builds up 8.6PS of power at 7,000rpm and 9.81Nm of peak torque at 5,000rpm. This impressive engine also claims a tested mileage of 103.7 kmpl.

Due to better cushioning and premium stitching on the seat, Bajaj CT110 feels very comfortable to ride for longer durations. Suspension setup incorporates telescopic fork at the front, and twin SNS (Spring in Spring) shocks at the rear. The 110mm drum units at both ends paired with ASB (Anti Skid Braking) provides excellent braking stability on the harsh Indian road conditions. Although the braking and suspension setup do loose their durability over a very short time. And that’s something which can be very commonly seen on all bajaj products including the Pulsar and Dominar range too.

Additional Features

♣ Analogue Speedometer
♣ Fuel Guage
♣ Digital Odometer
♣ Pillion Grabrail
♣ Turn Signal
♣ Single Seat Type
♣ Pass Light
♣ Pillion Seat
♣ 12V Battery Capacity

Electricals

♣ 12V DC Electric System
♣ Multi-Reflector Headlight
♣ 12V 35/35W , HS 1 Blue Tinge bulb Headlight
♣ 5W/21W Rear Brake Tail Light

Others

♣ Kick Start
♣ Self Start
♣ Pillion Footrest

Brakes and Tyres

Front Brake: 130 Drum


Rear Brake: 130 Drum


Front Tyre: 2.75 x 17 P


Rear Tyre: 3.00 x 17 P


Front Suspension: Telescopic


Rear Suspension: SNS suspension


Engine Specifications

Engine: 115 cc Air-Cooled, Single-Cylinder, 4-Stroke


Max Power: 8.6 PS at 7000 rpm


Max Torque: 9.81 Nm at 5000 rpm


Cooling System: Air Cooled


Gear Box: 4-Speed


Clutch: Wet Multi-Plate


No. of Cylinders: 1


Valves (per cylinder): 2


Drive Type: Chain Drive


Fuel System: Carburetor


Bore: 50 mm


Stroke: 58.8 mm


Weight and Dimensions

Length: 1945 mm


Height: 1072 mm


Width: 752 mm


Ground Clearance: 170 mm


Seat Height: 823 mm


Kerb Weight: 116 Kg


Wheelbase: 1235 mm


Bajaj CT110 is a great bike overall, if you want a bike that gives great mileage for your everyday commutes along with decent power figures. But mileage is not everything you can rely upon; Bajaj CT110 does have some serious built quality issues that show their true colors after a few years. But if you keep it well maintained, then it’s not a big problem to deal with.