An Indian manufacturing company, Bajaj Auto has silently reduced prices of its entry-level CT100 commuter motorcycle range in India. CT100 available in three variants is now priced from 30,714 rupees for the base variants and the price cut is up to 6835 which is quite substantial. Excepting the value cut, the CT100 does not get any adjustments regarding highlights and stays a standout amongst the most reasonable bikes in India.
When it comes to the mid-range variant, its priced slashed from 38,637 to INR 31,802 while range-topping CT100 ES which was priced at INR 41,997 is now priced at INR 39,885. The Bajaj CT100 was already most affordable motorcycle in the Indian market.
The Bajaj CT100 B and KS Alloy variants keep on using the 99.27 cc single-cylinder and air-cooled motor tuned for 8 bhp at 7500 rpm and 8.05 Nm of pinnacle torque accessible at 4500 rpm. These two variants are combined with a 4-speed gearbox.
The Bajaj CT 100 ES Alloy rendition is controlled by the marginally bigger 102 cc single-barrel, air-cooled engine that produces 7.5 bhp at 7500 rpm and 8.24 Nm of pinnacle torque at 5500 rpm. All the three variants snatched a top speed of 90 kmph but in terms of fuel-efficiency ES variant offers 69.4 kmpl while KS variant offer 78.1 kmpl.
The company mainly focused on rural areas as well as semi-urban where people looking for a strong vehicle that can go up against uneven street conditions and additionally incidental load at the back. The Bajaj CT100 competes Deluxe, TVS Sports, Hero HF Dawn and other competitors in the auto market.