Bajaj CT100 Overview
Bajaj has hiked the prices of the CT100 range. The entry-level commuter now costs Rs 3,680 more than before. For more details, read our main story.
Earlier this year, Bajaj brought in a few updates to its most affordable motorcycle: the CT100 KS. The bike now gets new colours, a fuel gauge, fork gaiters, and a thigh grip pad among other small features. More details in this story here.
Bajaj CT100 Colours
Matte Olive Green With Yellow Decals
Gloss Flame Red With Bright Red Decals
Gloss Ebony Black Wth Blue Decals
Red With Bright Red
Matte Olive Green With Yellow
Black With Blue
Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying CT100
- The brand hasn't revealed the kerb weight of Bajaj Platina 100 whereas the kerb weight of Bajaj CT100 is 115 kg.
- The engine oil of Bajaj CT100 is replace at first service and then after every 4500-5000 km. The engine oil capacity is 1100 ml.
- Maximum 5000
- There are a number of factors that affect the mileage of any vehicle. In order to get better fuel efficiency returns from your bike, there are some points that you can keep in mind while riding such as keeping a check on tyre air pressure, timely service your bike, maintain proper gear to RPM ratio, do not accelerate the bike unnecessarily, ride your bike at economical speeds, etc.
- Low pressure in tires put an extra burden on engine and decreases its working power. Another cause is not cleaning motorbike rear-wheel chain attaching to the engine. Dirty and dry chain create extra friction and thus reduces the engine's circling movements. As a result, motorbikes give low mileage
- Check tha pluck and carborator
- Reserve लगने के बाद 147 KM चलती है मेरी CT100। 2 लीटर से थोड़ा कम रहता है पेट्रोल । 1.78 लीटर के लगभग
- 1लीटर से कुछ ज्यादा रहता ह 2:4गलत बताते ह
- I drived my ct100 2018 top model 100 + km on reserve after that again i fulfil it and still there is some petrol in tank
- Ct 100 es is self start ct 100 not self start ct100es is ct 100 self start model
- Yes newer models have self start as a option
- Yes es stands for electronic start
- I am using Bajaj Platina 100cc (almost the same segment) for a nonstop 190-200 kms drive in a go, since several years on a speed of 65-75. Believe me it's perfectly fine. But you must keep a watch on your bike maintenance.Specially before starting any such trip you must check engine oil, brakes, chain as well as tyres. Have a safe and happy journey. The rest, Everything is uncertain. Best of luck.
- No problem just keep going i drive non stop 350,km then have a break of a few hrs n drive back just check coolant water enguin oil n tyre pressure n kerp going
- When start my bike it’s stopped and some time when I ride then is stop it’s feel like runs Heavy Even I have cleaned Carburettor still I’m sick of it which is my is very new only 3 month
Bajaj CT100 User Reviews
Hello friends, if you are
Hello friends, If you are also thinking of buying bajaj's ct100 bike, Then your choice is best because the level of this bike is the right decision compared to other company bikes in the 100cc category, You can go towards it, Its parts are also cheap and talking about performance, You will not be disappointed at all if you are riding it in the city and your heart and mind will be shocked to see the average.
It's mileage is great and
It's mileage is great and the speed that it gives in the price segment is just amazing
Great experience in driving seat comfortable mileage 80km/lt
4.6it have a great
it have a great mileage system so im happy with this....
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