The mid-spec Bajaj CT100 KS Alloy model has seen the major benefit as price goes down by nearly Rs. 7,000 to Rs. 31,802
Bajaj Auto has been known for positioning its motorcycles with aggressive price and reassuring its demeanour the entry-level CT100 has been a big reduction in pricing. It has been made more affordable to a point that it is the cheapest motorcycle currently on sale in India.
The CT100 lineup has been revitalized with a price cut as the CT100B variant, which cost Rs. 32,653 previously, is now reduced to Rs. 30,714 (ex-showroom, New Delhi). The range-topping model, retailed at Rs, 41,997, has now decreased to Rs. 39,885.
The mid-spec CT100 KS Alloy model has seen the major benefit as price goes down by nearly Rs. 7,000 to Rs. 31,802 (ex-showroom, New Delhi). In short, you will only have to pay lesser for the mid-spec variant compared to the previous price of the entry-level version.
This move will make the KS Alloy model even more appealing to the prospective buyers in what can be said as a massive drop in pricing. More importantly, the pricing revision has led to the CT100 becoming nearly Rs. 3,000 cheaper than the TVS XL100 Heavy Duty.
It is hard not to see the intention behind the price slash as Bajaj targets more rural customers by positioning the CT100 at a highly attractive price bracket. The Bajaj CT100 takes power from a 99.27 cc engine which is good enough to produce a maximum power output of 8.2 PS at 7,500 rpm and 8.05 Nm of peak torque delivered at 4,500 rpm.
The motor is connected to a four-speed gearbox which helps in attaining a claimed top speed of 90 kmph and mileage of 104 kmpl. The braking duty is dealt by drum brakes up front and rear while the motorcycle is suspended on telescopic front forks and traditional twin shock absorbers at the rear. The top-spec model features alloy wheels, SNS rear suspension and electric start among others.