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Bajaj Auto has slashed prices of the CT100 in India, making it the cheapest two-wheeler on sale in the country. The Bajaj CT100 was already the cheapest geared motorcycle in the Indian market. But the TVS XL 100 had the honour of being called the cheapest two-wheeler, until now.
The Bajaj CT100 was already being sold as a non-profit generating motorcycle. This bike was all about reaching out to the masses and selling in large numbers, and it did just that to a certain extent.
Now though, it seems like Bajaj is pushing prices lower than ever before, with the lowest variant of the CT100 retailing at just Rs 30, 714 (ex-showroom, Delhi). That undercuts the TVS XL 100's price by just over Rs 50!
The CT100 KS Alloy, with kick starting and alloy wheels has seen the largest reduction of Rs 6,835, now retailing at just Rs 31,802 (ex-showroom, Delhi). Paying just Rs 1,000 more for alloy wheels is definitely a steal.
The top spec variant with alloy wheels and electric start is a little on the expensive side, priced at Rs 39,885 (ex-showroom, Delhi). Bajaj has done a great job overall, reducing prices between Rs 1,939 and Rs 6,835 across the three CT100 variants on sale today.
The Bajaj CT100 was given an update just a few months ago and launched with electric start. Now, with the price reduction, the motorcycle can be expected to sell more.
The CT100 still continues to be powered by an air-cooled, 99.2cc single-cylinder engine. With a power output of 8.08bhp and a peak torque output of 8.05Nm, it is capable of reaching a top speed of around 90km/h. A 4-speed gearbox does transmission duties.
The Bajaj CT100 was already a great seller for the pune-based bike manufacturer. The numbers are only set to improve now with the prices slashed. The Bajaj CT100 KS Alloy is probably the best bike one could get, in that price bracket.