Bajaj has launched the new Platina 110 H-Gear with comes with several added features including a gear shift guide. The Platina 110 H-Gear has been priced at Rs. 53, 376 for the Drum variant and Rs. 55,373 for Disc variant (both ex-showroom, Delhi). The Platina H-Gear also gets a new 5-speed gearbox and Bajaj says that the bike is optimised to deliver the right mix of pickup & fuel economy on long distance highway riding. It is available in three colour options – Ebony Black with Blue decals, Ebony Black with Royal Burgundy decals and in Cocktail Wine Red across all Bajaj dealerships in India.
The Platina 110 H-Gear sports a digital console with a ‘Gear-Shift-Guide’, trip-meter & fuel indicator. The ‘Gear-Shift-Guide’ is basically an indicator which tells the rider which gear would be perfect depending on the combination of gear & speed at which the bike is running. This helps improve the fuel efficiency a bit and enables the rider to keep the bike on the appropriate gear. The Platina 110 H-Gear also features an all-new feather-touch gear shift mechanism for easy and quick gear changes.
Talking about other changes made on the bike, it gets what Bajaj calls as Anti-skid Braking System that delivers an even brake force on both wheels for safer riding. The Platina 110 H-Gear also gets ComforTec technology with nitrox SoS suspension, broader rubber footpads and a longer seat. Also present are tubeless tyres, a 3D logo with new decals along with premium quilt pattern seat with stitch lines. Commenting on the launch of the new variant, Mr Sarang Kanade, President Motorcycle Business said,
“The brand Platina has always stood for exceptionally high mileage and superior comfort. The Platina 110 H-Gear now joins the highly successful existing Platina 110 and the Platina 100 ES to offer a premium option to consumers. Our R&D team’s efforts have led to the launch of Platina 110 H-Gear that boasts of many first-in-class features that deliver the perfect combination of comfort, mileage, pickup and style.”
Talking about engine and specifications, they remain unchanged in the Platina 110 H-Gear. The bike still uses the same 115.5 cc air-cooled DTS-I engine that makes 8.6 Nm and 9.81Nm of torque with CBS as standard on both variants of the Platina 110 H-Gear. The bike has a fuel tank of 11 litres and a kerb weight of 118.5 kg, which makes it quite a lightweight motorcycle.
Talking about Bajaj’s future plans, the company is planning to bring in the Husqvarna marque to India this year along with the launch of the Urbanite electric scooter range. The Urbanite E-scooter has been caught testing already and when launched, it will give some challenge to brands like Okinawa and Ather. Another important bike from Bajaj camp this year would be the KTM 390 ADV which has been waited for since long now.