Rs. 50,899
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Bajaj Platina 110 Latest Updates

Like the majority of Bajaj’s lineup, the Platina too has been updated for 2019. Priced at Rs 49,300 (ex-showroom, Pune), it’s essentially a new variant which features combined braking system (CBS) and a slightly larger 110cc motor from the Discover. In terms of styling, the Platina 110 gets new sporty graphics which helps differentiate it from the 100cc variant. Additionally, the seat gets golden coloured piping which matches the suspension colour and adds a touch of premiumness. The Platina also gets LED DRLs positioned right above the headlamp.

Bajaj Platina 110 Price

Bajaj Platina 110 price start at Rs. 50,899 (Ex-Showroom). Bajaj Platina 110 is offered in only one variant - CBS.

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Platina 110 CBS
115 cc | 80 kmpl
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Editor's View of Bajaj Platina 110

  • Upside

    Low pricing, fuel economy

  • Downside

    Design, old school approach

  • Our Verdict

    The Platina was supposed to bring in the numbers for Bajaj and Hero a fight. But, its bland styling (borrowed from the Wind 125) and basic cycle parts haven't helped its case.

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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Platina 110

Q. Is is suitable for long travels around 150 KMs daily and what is the mileage - Platina 110?
  • Bajaj Platina Comfortec is a commuter bike and with the 4-speed transmission, Though it delivers class leading claimed mileage of 104kmpl but it is best suited for daily city commutes. as per your daily usage you may have a look at Bajaj Discover 110 which comes across as a strong value proposition as it gets features like LED DRLs and a semi-digital instrument console, which is impressive at this price point. From a commuter standpoint, it does feel refined and offers a bit more pep to better tackle the city. But if it's highways you plan to take on, with 5-speed transmission, the Discover 125 would make more sense. Not only that, the impressive tractability on offer and the comfort provided over the worst of road conditions allows us to tick all the right boxes for an ideal commuter. Discover 110 delivers a claimed mileage of 82.4 Kmpl, rest depends on one's riding style and how it is maintained. Read more: - Bajaj Discover 110 First Ride Review: https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/bajaj-discover-110-first-ride-review/29653/
  • Sorry, vs it's not practicall the sutable ride, on 150 km, daily, because probably, the bike is weightless, & occationly, on ride Highway, or Nationalized, road, but in good, village road, it's ok. THANKYOU.
  • Yes, it's for long travel but after completing 80 kmp bike engine should be switched off 15 break to cool down engine and carburettor ; mileage is 52,58
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Q. Which is the best bike in India?
  • Preferably buy a 125 cc bike as it is more stable and gives good mileage too. You can consider Honda CB Shine or Hero Glamour. If you wish to go for even heavier bike then consider the latest entry Suzuki Gixxer qhich has a 150 cc engine, or Bajaj Pulsar 150, or Honda Livo. If you have a liking for cruiser then consider Bajaj Avenger which comes in two engine options 160cc and 220cc.
  • Pulsar 220F is a good motorcycle as it is high on power but not too low on mileage either. The cheaper price that it came with adds its a good value for money bike. But the design is more then a decade old and its not a good performer on twisty roads either. What makes things worse is the launch of a pulsar 180f which destroys the value of P220f.
  • Hai Friend, Best Bike means, some,Company's 100, 125 Cc bikes are perfect in power & NM, but even 4, stroke bike's gives us good riding experiance & comfort, milage.
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Q. I am planning to buy Bajaj Platina 110. Why or why not I buy this bike.
  • Look for Platina H-Gear! All of the drawbacks of Platina 100 Comfortec are diluted in H-Gear. It gives you 5 gear transmission for smoother rider in city and highway. You can easily cruise upto 90 km/h
  • I think, it's suden pickup is poor & slso it's milege is so, better, on speed, 40, 50.
  • Low maintenance, mileage..
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Q. My height is 5.7 will it suit for me - Platina 110?
  • Yeh, Ofcorse.
  • Yes
  • Yes, but above 60 speed it's vibration
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  • For goof drive platina is better.
  • Go for platina the mileage champion
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Bajaj Platina 110 User Reviews

4.0 /5
217 Rating & 79 reviews
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48% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above

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  • 2.6

    well, at begining, time whwn i purchased, newelly this bike, it's ride 30 to 40, km, speed in perfect, Taar Road was smooth, ride, at that time, =-(service balance), the bike occuar, only, 45, to 55, milage, but after, all services the milage came, better slowely, & also, now a days it's back tyre, sprocket, side it occure, little sounds on top, gear ride. =-THANKYOU.

  • 4.2

    kilometre Run: Only 11,850 KM.Mileage:In City: 75+ (KMPL)on Highway: 80+ (KMPL) I have well maintained my Bike and still my bike is giving excellent mileage. This is my first bike and I never thought of selling my bike. But I"m relocating hence i"m selling my bike to the honest and genuine

  • 4.2

    Have been using this bike since 2 months, performance is good for daily riding. But whenever the speedometer touches 50 bike starts vibration. Well it"s not a racing bike we need to consider that face also. Overall it"s a very good bike for daily communications and mileage also.

  • 3.4

    The bike is overall good but as company said /showing feel 20% less jerks but the bike is opposite it feel all the jerks, not get good average according to the company claim, one thing is also bad is company not giving tubeless tyre. But the bike grip is good on road.

  • 5.0

    Platina comfortec 100 es bike is comfortable bike...it has good mileage and low cost of maintenance. My overall 1 year experience for this bike is very good...i am Happy to buy Platina.

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  • 5.0

    pickup is bast Good parformance

  • 2.2

    Bekar baek ha. Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

  • 4.2

    Gud bike hi out jkyffuj putr. Ftuiknb vcfyikjvfrt. Thnxx

  • 1.0

    bad bike very low mileage and the sitting comfort very bad

  • 2.6

    well, at begining, time whwn i purchased, newelly this bike, it's ride 30 to 40, km, speed in perfect, Taar Road was smooth, ride, at that time, =-(service balance), the bike occuar, only, 45, to 55, milage, but after, all services the milage came, better slowely, & also, now a days it's back tyre, sprocket, side it occure, little sounds on top, gear ride. =-THANKYOU.

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Bajaj Platina 100 : Detailed Review

The new Bajaj Platina has the potential to become the company's bread-and-butter bike by making a mark in the massive entry-level commuter motorcycle market of India.

May 2, 2015

Bajaj Platina 110 Colours

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Bajaj Platina 110 Highlights

The Bajaj Platina 110 is a no-frills commuter motorcycle from the Pune-based bikemaker which focuses on a balance of efficiency and comfort. For better ride quality, the motorcycle comes with telescopic forks up front and a pair of Nitrox rear shock absorbers with dual springs in each unit at the rear. It also comes with a small footboard for the pillion instead of conventional footpegs. Brakes include a 130mm drum up front and 110mm drum at the rear, with combined braking system as standard. Power comes from a Discover 110-derived 115cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine which churns out 8.6PS at 7000rpm and 9.81Nm at 5000rpm. Working in conjunction with a 4-speed transmission, the motorcycle returns an ARAI-certified efficiency of 80kmpl. Its top speed stands at 90kmph. The Bajaj Platina 110 is priced at Rs 50,752 (ex-showroom Delhi). It competes with the Honda CD 110 Dream DX, Hero Passion Pro 110 and Yamaha Saluto RX.

Platina 110 Specifications

The Bajaj Platina 110 is powered by a 115cc single-cylinder 2-valve air-cooled DTS-i engine. It produces 8.6PS of power at 7000rpm and 9.81Nm of torque at 5000rpm. This, coupled with a 4-speed transmission allows the motorcycle to reach a claimed top speed of 90kmph. The claimed ARAI-certified fuel efficiency figure stands at 80kmpl. Bajaj has built the Platina 110 using a tubular semi-double cradle frame linked to telescopic forks up front. At the rear, the bike features dual gas-charged spring-over-spring shock absorbers. 130mm front and 110mm rear drum brakes bring the motorcycle to a halt. Bajaj offers CBS as standard to comply with the new safety norms.

Platina 110 Design and Features

The design of the Bajaj Platina 110 is pretty much like any other commuter. It sports a bikini fairing with LED DRLs just above the headlamp. The fuel tank and the side panels have a no-nonsense, slim design highlighting functionality over form. Bajaj has equipped the motorcycle with a retro-looking analogue instrument cluster which shows the speed, odometer, fuel gauge and tell-tale lights. The trip meter has been given a miss, though. In a bid to enhance pillion comfort, the rear footpegs have been replaced with flatter footboards.

Bajaj Platina 110 Competitors

Honda CD 110 Dream DX: Priced at Rs 50,347 (std model with CBS, ex-showroom Delhi), the Honda CD 110 Dream DX costs Rs 405 less than the Platina 110. However, its underpinnings aren’t as sophisticated as the Platina as it makes do with a conventional pair of shock absorbers at the rear. It also makes slightly less power and torque compared to the Platina 110, at 8.42PS and 9.09Nm.

Hero Passion Pro 110 : The Hero Passion Pro 110 is Rs 4198 dearer (drum brake variant, ex-showroom Delhi) than the Platina 110. At 9.5PS and 9Nm, the Passion Pro makes slightly more power than the Platina, but lags a bit behind it in terms of torque output. It also comes with a relatively better looking semi-digital instrument cluster and an optional USB charger under the seat.

Yamaha Saluto RX : The Yamaha Saluto RX is priced at Rs 52,680 (ex-showroom Delhi) for the drum brake variant, which is Rs 1928 more expensive than the Platina. It also makes the least amount of power and torque when compared to the Passion Pro 110 and Platina, at 7.5PS and 8.5Nm. However, the Saluto RX weighs just 99kg (wet), which is a whole 18kg lesser than the Passion Pro as well as the Platina.


While we haven’t ridden the Bajaj Platina 110 CBS, we did get a chance to test a version of the exact same motor on the Discover 110. Though the engine isn’t the torquiest in its segment, it felt tractable and refined. Furthermore, the inclusion of CBS, new graphics, a bigger motor and a nifty little footrest designed for children have made the bike all the more appealing. Not to mention, a price tag of Rs 49,300 (ex-showroom, Pune) places it bang in between its competitors.

Bajaj Platina 110 Mileage

ARAI Claimed 80 kmpl
User Reported 70 kmpl

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