Rs. 47,405 - 49,197
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Latest On Bajaj Platina Comfortec

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 Comfortec Price

Bajaj Platina Comfortec prices start at Rs. 47,405 (Ex-Showroom). Bajaj Platina Comfortec is available in 2 variants and 1 colours.

Platina Comfortec Variants Price List

Platina Comfortec LED DRL
102 cc | 104 kmpl
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Platina Comfortec CBS
115 cc | 104 kmpl
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Bajaj Platina Comfortec Mileage

The claimed ARAI mileage for the Bajaj Platina Comfortec petrol is 104 kmpl.

Editor's View of Bajaj Platina Comfortec

  • 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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Bajaj Platina Comfortec Colours

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Bajaj Platina Comfortec Expert Reviews

May 2, 2015

Bajaj Platina Comfortec Highlights


Among the oldest motorcycles from Bajaj's stable, it is currently only in the market to give the bike maker a low-entry price point. We say, buy the new Discover instead.


Apart from the aforementioned changes, the bike remains unchanged. Powering the Platina CBS is a 115cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled motor that churns out 8.7PS of power and 9.81Nm of torque. In comparison, the 102cc engine puts out of 7.9PS and 8.34 Nm. Both bikes get a 4-speed transmission. That said, while the fuel tank capacity on the standard variant stands at 11.5 litres, the CBS variant gets a marginally smaller 11-litre tank. With revised dimensions, the 2019 Platina 110 CBS is now 3mm longer (2006mm) and 7mm taller (1076mm) than the standard variant. In terms of suspension duties, both bikes employ conventional telescopic forks and Bajaj’s patented twin SNS shocks at the rear. According to the bikemaker, the suspension travel on these bikes has been increased by 28 per cent and 22 per cent at the front and rear respectively. Bajaj says that the extra suspension travel improves shock absorption by 20 per cent and improves the overall ride quality. Its braking setup consists of drum brakes at either end aided by CBS. Both the bikes get 17-inch alloys wheels which come wrapped in 2.75-17 front and 3.00-17 rear tyres.


TVS Sport: The TVS Sport certainly looks the part compared to its competition. Also, the bike recently received some updates which include new decals, a longer seat, wider pillion grab rails and a new 3D logo which adds a dash of flair to the overall looks. Moreover, the TVS Sport Special Edition also features TVS’ Synchronized Braking Technology (SBT), making it the first motorcycle in its segment to get one.

Hero Splendor Plus: It’s no surprise that the Hero Splendor Plus is one of the best selling bikes in the world. While the bike has now evolved into different models, the Splendor Plus gets some subtle updates to keep it looking fresh. This includes a new sleek headlamp, updated graphics and alloy wheels offered as an option. And although the Splendor Plus is priced a smidge higher than the Platina, it still continues to be a crowd favourite, thanks to its refined, low-maintenance engine.


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.

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Bajaj Platina Comfortec User Reviews

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Neeraj_Sharma_8 19 Feb 2019 5.0

Good and best and better awesome

Uses this bike for : Daily Commute
Gets mileage of : 75 kmpl
Pawan_Puri_G.. 17 Feb 2019 4.6

good bike and good mileage...my favourite bike

Uses this bike for : Tours
Gets mileage of : 70 kmpl
RANJIT_KUMAR.. 14 Feb 2019 5.0

I am happy, {87,88,89}* overall 87 mileage. White Light. no cost maintenance.comfortable. And overall best performance. Best price of others bike.petr ...read more

Uses this bike for : Daily Commute
Gets mileage of : 87 kmpl
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