After almost a decade of being discontinued, Bajaj silently revived its entry level commuter motorcycle “CT100”.In last few months Bajaj extensively lost its market shares, so it can consider as a move to get back in the game. CT 100 is already on sale in Tier-III cities and deliveries are believed to be start soon. It is priced fairly at 35,801/- (ex-showroom), and will be powered from a 99.27cc air-cooled, single-cylinder engine that makes out 8.2 BHP of power and 8.05 Nm of torque, while engine mated to a 4-speed gearbox.Bike has been gifted a new set of graphics and silver alloy wheels that gives a modern look to the old sibling. Suspension has been updated for better riding comfort and over-all performance of the motorcycle. Apart from this bike doesn’t have any other changes. The deliveries are yet to start and new bike will sit below the recently updated Platina 100 commuter.