Bajaj CT110X launched at Rs 55,494

    The CT110X is powered by the same 115cc, single-cylinder engine from the standard model.

    Published On Apr 15, 2021 02:15:00 PM

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    Bajaj CT110X launched at Rs 55,494

    A new Bajaj CT110X has been added to the Indian manufacturer’s commuter stable, at Rs 55,494 (ex-showroom, Delhi). The CT110X will sell alongside the standard CT110, and it features a bunch of components that differentiates it from the latter.

    Bajaj CT110X: engine

    The CT110X continues to be powered by the same 115cc, single-cylinder engine that makes 8.6hp at 7,500rpm and 9.81Nm at 5,000rpm. 

    Bajaj CT110X: chassis and features

    The changes compared to the standard bike are immediately visible. For starters, the CT110X gets a round headlight that features a simple grill. The headlight casing has a small visor, and this also features an LED DRL. Other additions include thicker crash guards and moulded foot pegs. The CT110X also gets a rear carrier that is rated for 7kg load. 

    There are other visual differences as well. The CT110X’s fuel tank gets thigh grips with a different pattern than those seen on the regular CT110, the handlebar features a brace, and Bajaj also states that the CT110X comes equipped with a higher ground clearance of 170mm.

    Bajaj CT110X: price and launch

    The new CT110X will soon be available at Bajaj dealerships across the country. At Rs 55,494, the CT110X sits at the top of the CT110 line-up, with the standard model priced at Rs 53,498.

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