Indian bike manufacturer Bajaj launched the CT 110 in the Indian market which is also the newest addition to the company’s CT motorcycle range. The price of the kick-start variant to begin from Rs 37,997 while the self-start variant is priced at Rs 44,352 (ex-showroom, Delhi).
The new motorcycle to get some cosmetic updates including tank pads, new graphics, slightly bigger seat along with a tinted visor.
Talking about its engine, Bajaj CT 110 comes with Platina 110’s 115-cc DTS-I engine which can produce 8.6 bhp of power and 9.81 Nm of torque. The engine is mated with a four-speed manual transmission.
Some experts suggest that the newly launched bike will be preferred by those who prefer some power with decent style.
Bajaj CT 100 also comes with the same telescopic forks and twin shock absorbers at the rear. However, there are no disc brakes option but will come with a combi-braking system.
Apart from this, despite slump in the Indian auto market, Bajaj auto has witnessed a growth in its sales. Yes, you read it right. Bajaj Auto on Monday reported a 4 per cent jump in motorcycle sales to 3,51,291 units in June 2019. It is to be noted that the company had sold 3,37,752 units during the same month last year.
As far as the sales of domestic motorcycle are concerned, there was a decline of one per cent to 1,99,340 units in June 2019. In the meantime, the export sales witnessed a handsome jump of 11 per cent to 1,51,951 units during the month.