The Bajaj Platina 110 H-Gear has been launched at Rs 53,376 (drum brake version) and Rs 55,373 for the disc brake-equipped version (both prices, ex-showroom, Delhi). According to Bajaj, the new version is “optimised for highway riding,” thanks to the additional fifth gear it comes with and a few more features.
With the additional fifth gear on offer, Bajaj has added a segment-first feature to the Platina 110. The company is calling it the “Highway Gear,” which is “‘optimised for delivering the right mix of pickup and fuel economy on long-distance highway riding.” In addition to the new gearbox, Bajaj has also revised the instrumentation on the new motorcycle and it now displays not just the gear position, but also a gear shift indicator that lets the rider what would be the most efficient gear at any given time.
Another change on the H-Gear is the three new colours schemes – black with blue decals, black with burgundy graphics and wine red. The engine casing has also gone black from silver and appears to feature a bronze ring, similar to the one seen on the 2019 Dominar 400.
Everything else, however, remains the same as the updated model that was launched in December 2018. It uses the same 115.5cc air-cooled DTS-I engine that makes 8.6hp and 9.81Nm of torque. CBS is standard on both variants of the Platina 110 H-Gear.