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Bajaj Auto has increased the prices of its entry-level commuter motorcycle, the CT 100 BS6 model in India. The company offers the CT 100 in two variants: kick start and self start. Both the variant now receives a price increase of Rs 1,996.
After the price increase, the entry-level kick start variant now retails at Rs 42,790. While the top-trim self-start variant costs Rs 50,470. All prices mentioned are ex-showroom Delhi. This is the second time that the commuter motorcycle has received a price hike since the BS6 update.
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The Bajaj CT 100 BS6 continues to be one among the most affordable motorcycles on sale in India by the brand, despite the increase in its prices. The BS6 motorcycle featured an updated engine with fuel injection.
The CT 100 BS6 is powered by an air-cooled, single-cylinder, fuel-injected 102cc engine. It produces a maximum power of 7.5bhp at 7,500rpm and a peak torque of 8.34Nm at 5,500rpm. The engine comes mated to a standard four-speed gearbox.
Apart from the updated engine, the BS6 CT 100 reaming unchanged from its BS4 counterpart. It continued to feature an analogue instrument cluster, a 10.5-litre fuel tank, halogen headlamps and tail-lamps; among others. The motorcycle features raised handlebar and an upright riding position for a comfortable commute.
The highlight of the motorcycle is simplicity and value for money. All the components on the motorcycle are basic and have a function. The CT 100 is targetted towards customers looking for an affordable motorcycle that also offer ease of ownership with very less maintenance. The company claims the motorcycle to return a mileage of 90kmpl. Combining the mileage figure with a 10.5-litre fuel tank gives a riding range of 945 kilometres between trips to the petrol pump.
The cycle parts on the 100cc motorcycle include a hydraulic telescopic suspension at the front, and the brand's ‘SNS' suspension at the rear. Anchoring on the commuter motorcycle is done via 130mm drum brakes at the front and a 110mm drum brake setup at the rear. The motorcycle weighs only at 114 kilos and features 17-inch wheels at either end.
Thoughts About The Bajaj CT 100 BS6 Prices Marginally Increased Across Variants
The Bajaj CT 100 has been a popular motorcycle in rural areas because of its exceptional mileage, simple, yet functional design and ease of ownership with low maintenance. The Bajaj CT 100 BS6 rivals the Hero Splendor Plus and the TVS Sport; among others in the Indian market.