Engineered to deliver efficient performance and commendable ride quality at an economical price, the CT 100 is a successful entry-level commuter from the Pune-based two-wheeler manufacturer, Bajaj. The Bajaj CT 100 was launched to target a large segment of common masses who crave for an affordable 100cc commuter with excellent mileage. The bike today comes in three variants namely – CT 100 B Spoke, CT 100 Alloy, and the CT 100 ES Alloy. The bike follows a contemporary design theme with a trapezoidal headlamp unit on the alloy wheel variant and the Electric start variant of Bajaj CT 100 sports a new decals design. The more powerful engine variant integrated with the CT 100 ES Alloy model is a 102cc 4-stroke single cylinder, air cooled unit that generates 7.7PS @ 7500rpm worth of power and a capable torque of 8.24Nm at 5500rpm. The bike is claimed to deliver 99.1kmpl (claimed) worth of mileage and a top speed of 90kmph (claimed). Do take a test ride in order to judge your riding comfort.
Zigwheels | 1 year ago
Bajaj CT 100 gets its power from a 99.27cc, four-stroke, air-cooled engine that comes mated to a four-speed constant mesh gearbox with all down configuration. The engine churns out a net power of 8.1bhp with a maximum torque of 8.05Nm. This bike hits a top speed of 90kmph and returns a fuel economy of 89.5kmpl as claimed by the brand.
| 2 months ago
City will be like 55 and rough roads will too be something near but thats my experiences you can have a different out come as I've riden the bike very roughly
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| 11 months ago
Hi Manav, honestly I can tell you that bikes above 100cc is purely ment for performance purpose you can't expect more but in my opinion you can pull out good mileage by driving at a constant speed 40 to 45 KM/H. check out some Pulsar 150 reviews.