With this update, the Bajaj CT 100 now gets a fuel gauge, tank grips, fork gaiters and a few other additional features. The CT 100 is now priced at Rs 46,432, roughly Rs 2,000 more than the model before it
Bajaj Auto has just introduced an updated version of the CT 100. The entry-level commuter now comes loaded with a fuel gauge and tank pads, just like on the TVS Radeon. The CT 100 now also features fork gaiters, a cross tube handlebar and a larger grab handle for the pillion. The seat has now been made thicker and flatter for enhanced comfort. Adding to the style quotient, Bajaj has now fitted the CT 100 with clear lens turn indicators. With all these changes, the CT 100 is now priced at Rs 46,432 (ex-showroom), for the kick start version.
Bajaj brought in the BS6 CT 100 earlier this year in January. At the time too, the Chakan-based bikemaker brought in some cosmetic updates including black powder coated engine casings, front forks, chain cover and the alloy wheels. All these changes have been carried forward in this updated model as well.
Speaking about the updated CT 100, Narayan Sundararaman, Head of Marketing, Bajaj Auto Ltd said, “The Brand CT has always delivered on its Kadak proposition with its strong build, robust engine, high reliability and great mileage making it one of the best motorcycles in the commuter segment. Our CT range has sold over 68 Lacs motorcycles since inception. The upgraded features in the new CT100 KS will definitely attract customers aiming to choose a motorcycle that is feature-rich, fuel efficient, and provides the best value for money in its segment”
Aside from the CT 100, Bajaj also has the more powerful CT 110 in their product portfolio, and that is priced at Rs 52,307 (ex-showroom).