The new CT110 goes up against the TVS Radeon (Rs 50,430) and the Hero Splendor (Rs 51,290, ex-showroom Delhi).
Bajaj has officially launched its new commuter motorcycle, the CT110, and it’s available in two variants - KS Alloy and ES Alloy. While the lower-spec variant is priced at Rs 37,997, the top-end ES Alloy variant retails at Rs 44,480 (both prices, ex-showroom Delhi).
Although it says 110 in the suffix, the new CT110 is actually powered by a bigger 115cc motor which churns out 8.6PS of power and 9.81Nm of torque. Transmission duties are handled by a 4-speed gearbox. The other major difference between the CT100 and the CT100 is the brake setup. While the lower-spec variant is equipped with 110mm drum units at both ends, the new CT110 features bigger 130mm drums on both ends.
Suspension components, however, are similar on both the motorcycles: telescopic up front and dual SNS shock absorbers at the rear.
On the design front, the new CT110 features blacked-out parts, alloy wheels, rubber tank pads, fork gaiters, a braced handlebar, grab rail and new decals. The new commuter motorcycle is available in three paint options: Gloss Ebony Black, Matte Olive Green and Gloss Flame Red.