- Engine: 115 Cc
- Mileage: No info
- Power: 8.6 bhp
- Weight: 116 Kg
- Fuel economy
- Easy to ride
- Unappealing design
- Poor resale
Bajaj CT110 Overview
The new Bajaj CT110 is available with a kick-start trim and also in an electric start variant as well. The new offering has been designed for application across rough terrain and has been upgraded with a number of enhancements for better ride agility, suspension, enhanced performance and much more. The bike is meant for rural and urban purposes both. The CT110 is available in three colours options like Gloss ebony black with blue decals, Gloss flame red with bright red decals and Matte olive green with yellow decals.
Bajaj CT110 Styling & Comfort
The Bajaj CT110 retains its conventional design and sits on a tubular double cradle frame chassis alike the CT100. It is also available with few handsome styling features such as stylish graphics, fork gaiters, rubber tank pads, thicker seat cushioning and mirror stalks rubber covers. The exuberant design comes with a digital odometer and with a fully black treatment for the handlebars, engine, suspension and the 17inch alloys.
Bajaj CT110 Performance and Handling
The Suspension duties are handled by telescopic front forks and twin shock absorbers present at the rear. The enhanced ground clearance of 170mm makes a way for a better off-roading experience for the rider.
Bajaj CT110 What we think
The Bajaj CT110 is a new avatar of the CT100 which comes with enhanced styling and multi-purpose functional features that suits both the rural and Urban demands. The superb mileage, robust engine performance and better ride agility is something which will attract the buyers like a magnet.
Bajaj CT110 Mileage
The Bajaj CT110 mileage comes somewhere around 104kmpl as per ARAI.
Bajaj CT110 Engine & Transmission
The Bajaj CT100 engine power is derived from a 115 cc single-cylinder DTS-i air-cooled engine capable of producing a max power of 8.4bhp @ 7000rpm and a peak torque of 9.81Nm @ 5000rpm. The engine comes mated with 4-speed manual gears assisted by a wet multi-plate clutch.
Bajaj CT110 Braking & Safety
The Bajaj CT110 braking obligations are achieved by dual drum brakes measuring 130mm in the front and rear. The bike features the Combined Braking System for better control on speed stopping.
Bajaj CT110 Competitors
Bajaj CT110 competitors in the Indian automobile industry are Hero HF Deluxe and TVS Sport.
Latest NewsBenelli Imperiale 400 Launched in India At Rs 1.69 lakhMore Latest News »
Prachi, 2019-10-22 17:06:00
Benelli Motorcycles has launched its latest model, Benelli Imperiale 400 at a pr...
Latest ArticlesYamaha Ray ZR Vs Yamaha Fascino – Which is the Better Buy?More Latest Articles »
Autoportal Team, 2019-09-24 16:49:00
Here is a detailed comparison between Yamaha Ray ZR and Yamaha Fascino. Both Yam...
Latest ReviewsHero Electric Optima HS500-ER - Test Ride ReviewMore Latest Reviews »
Naveen Kumar, 2019-06-03 15:56:10
Hero Electric Optima is the highest selling electric bike of India for over six...