Bajaj CT100 price reduced, becomes shockingly cheap

The Bajaj CT100 has always been the cheapest motorcycle from the Pune-based Indian two-wheeler company. However, the recent price cut has made it even more affordable. The company even refreshed the entire CT100 lineup recently by introducing multiple variants offering various levels of equipment. As per the company’s official website, the CT100B, which was the cheapest Bajaj motorcycle with an ex-showroom price of Rs 32,653, has got even cheaper and costs just Rs 30,714 now. The top-end variant, which costs Rs 39,885 now, earlier retailed at Rs 41,997.

Bajaj CT100 price reduced, becomes shockingly cheap

Here is the full price comparison –

Model Older Price New Price Reduction
CT100B Rs 32,653 Rs 30,714 Rs 1939
CT100 KS Alloy Rs 38,637 Rs 31,802 Rs 6835
CT100 ES Alloy Rs 41,997 Rs 39,885 Rs 2112

*all prices ex-showroom Delhi

It’s actually the mid-range variant that has seen a really massive price cut. With a price reduction of Rs 6,835, the CT100 KS Alloy version costs just Rs 31,802. This is almost a thousand rupees cheaper than the earlier price of the base model. Even right now, the mid-level model is only about a thousand rupees costlier than the entry-level CT100B variant. It looks like Bajaj Auto Ltd plans to cash in on the growing demand for motorcycles in the rural sectors. Moreover, many farmers are likely to purchase an entry-level motorcycle from the money earned from the Rabi crop. With the CT100s getting more affordable, there are good chances of these motorcycles finding some more takers in the rural areas.

In terms of specifications, the motorcycles remain the same. Powering the Bajaj CT100 is a 99.27 cc single-cylinder engine that outputs a maximum power of 8.2 PS at 7,500 RPM along with a peak torque of 8.05 Nm at 4,500 RPM. The motor comes mated to a four-speed manual transmission. The motorcycle hs a top speed of 90 KMPH. It gets conventional telescopic forks at the front and twin shock absorbers at the rear. Braking is courtesy of 110 mm drum units on both the wheels.

The entry-level CT100 has a claimed mileage of 104 KMPL. Even in real-world conditions, it can easily offer up to 85 kmpl. The top-end variant comes kitted out with features like – SNS rear suspension, chrome-effect body graphics, alloy wheels, electric start, bikini fairing, and a chrome-plated heat shield.

via Bikeadvice