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.
Preferred For : Daily Commute
48% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above
Bike gives better milage. (but no where around the company's claimed figure). Riding position is upright. No backpains for average usage. if there was a thigh support , it'd be better. There is a major issue i faced several times with the tyre. I've to refill the air every week otherwise tyre will slip from the rim. Not sure if it persist only with my bike. other than that, one of the best commuter.
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.
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
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.
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.
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.