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  • Q. Does CT 100 bike have a self start ?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    The new CT100 is available in spoked wheel and alloy wheel versions. The new re-launched CT100 is placed in the entry-level commuter segment and though it has old style, it will compete against the Hero HF Dawn and TVS Star Sport Bajaj CT 100 ES Alloy comes with Kick and Self Start. It is priced at Rs. 40,397 (Ex-showroom Price, Hyderabad). Click on the given link to get an idea about on-road price: https://bit.ly/2wzmqP0

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  • Q. Does the new CT100 has the fuel indicator?
    Prakash
    Prakash | 2 days ago

    I don't no

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  • Q. Is there any motor cycle without self start?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 7 months ago

    There are so many bikes available with only kick start ignition. Some of the bikes are Hero Splendor Plus(some variants), Royal Enfield Bullet 350, Hero Splendor Pro, Bajaj CT 100, TVS Sport, TVS Star City Plus, Hero HF Deluxe, Honda CRF1000L Africa Twin, Kawasaki KX 100, Kawasaki KX 250, and Kawasaki KX 450F.

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  • Q. Can I get ct 100 with tubeless tyres?
    Veeresh
    Veeresh | 2 months ago

    If spoke its very difficult. If alloy wheels . U can fit tube less tyres easily

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  • Q. Can I add starter in my ct100?
    D
    D | 2 months ago

    Yes

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  • Q. Hi Experts .I want to know .Which is the best variant in ct 100Drum kick and Alloy,,ES Alloy or B
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    We would suggest you to opt for its ES Alloy trim as it gets kick and self-start both. Click on the link to compare these trims: https://bit.ly/2OS6akk

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  • Q. What is the work ride controler button in CT 100?
    Suneel
    Suneel | 3 months ago

    No in new ct 100 is not available

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  • Q. I am 43 yrs old,I want a bike which wouldn't give the back pain by driving inside the city nearly 60 Kms per day. To me CT 100 is suitable
    Harsh
    Harsh | 11 months ago

    Currently I am using pulsar 2003 model which is good with comfort and giving the mileage of around 50kmpl. But if want bike with good mileage and comfort you can use Bajaj avenger.

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  • Q. Is the Bajaj CT 100 comfortable for daily commute of approx 40 km nonstop riding upto 40-50 kmph
    Nishant
    Nishant | 2 months ago

    No. I won't suggest you to buy CT 100 for such long journey on a daily basis. Please go in for a little better bikes.

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  • Q. Is the Bajaj CT 100 comfortable for daily commute of approx 100km nonstop riding upto 40-50 kmph?
    Satinder
    Satinder | 9 months ago

    I understand 50km up and 50km down, totals your 100km. For this kind of distance you will find that less travel time is better. So 150cc or more bike should be preferred. But as you are okay with lesser speed and travel time is not an issue, CT will save you money on fuel and is fairly comfortable to drive for 50km one way, considering your age is less than 50 years. It will help if you get a cushioned seat for a smooth travel experience ;-)

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    Bajaj CT 100 Features FAQs

    Q. Does Bajaj CT 100 have ABS or not?
    A. No. ABS feature is not available on Bajaj CT 100.
    Q. What are the colours available in Bajaj CT 100?
    A. Bajaj CT 100 is available in 3 colours:
    • Flame Red

    • Ebony Black (blue Decals)

    • Ebony Black (red Decals)

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