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  • Q. I drive about 80 km per day. Is this bike suitable for me to drive 80 km daily?
    Zigwheels | 6 months ago

    Yes, you can go for it. The bike is powered by the 115cc engine from the Discover 110 that produces 8.7PS of power and 9.8Nm of torque. The Platina 110 also gets CBS (combined braking system) in accordance with the upcoming safety regulations that make CBS mandatory for all bikes below 125cc. The ride quality on offer is sensational, thanks to its suspension assembly that takes care of bumps and potholes along the road. There is a 135mm telescopic fork at the front while at the rear it has a hydraulic suspension with the company’s signature Spring-In-Spring technology. The stability and control are kept in check by the 110mm drum brakes at the front as well at the rear and a perfect wheelbase of 1275 mm. The brakes come with suitable stopping power and manage to create enough friction between the tyres and the road every time a rider attempts an instant stop

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    Zigwheels | 5 months ago

    Yes, you can go for long rides with its but ride it around its economical speed. 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 range of Rs 47,405 - 49,197 (ex-showroom, Delhi) places it bang in between its competitors.

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  • Q. I am planning to buy Bajaj Platina 110. Why or why not I buy this bike.
    Madhu | 6 months ago

    Weight less Bike. i feel discomfort with partner during city drive.

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    Ankur | 5 months ago

    Because you have no better option in this range.

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  • Q. Is it good for long drive like 200 to 300 km?
    Zigwheels | 6 months ago

    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. Though, it will do the job but it is best suited for city commutes only.

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    Sonu | 1 week ago

    Dauntless

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  • Q. Which bike is useful for me for the daily running of 30 km?
    Zigwheels | 8 months ago

    There are ample of options available i.e. TVS Apache RTR 160, Hero Splendor Plus, Hero HF Deluxe, Honda CB Unicorn 150 etc Click on the given link to explore all available options: https://www.zigwheels.com/newbikes/bikes-under-1-lakh Choosing one will depend on several factors like budget, brand preference, specific feature requirements etc. Please drop down your requirements so that we can assist you further.

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    Sonu | 1 week ago

    Platina

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  • Q. Is there a problem in chain pockets and what about its maintenance?
    Manikandan | 3 months ago

    New bike will take time to setup the Gear..wait for some days..dont worry

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    Shoaib | 1 month ago

    Plastic chain pocket with big water drain hole. 0(zero) maintenance cost

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  • Q. I have a travel of 52 kms per day to college and wish to buy Platina. How much mileage will I get and is there any problems for the bike?
    Tarun | 21 hours ago

    70 to 75 km/ltr. in my view if you want slow drive or your driving speed is between 40 to 60 km /hr, Platina110 H gear is best perfect bike for you

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    Hardik | 1 week ago

    You can expect 65-70 km. But I will suggest to buy 125cc bike if you're going to travel 52 km in one run. Else It is good.

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  • Q. HOW IS THE SUSPENSION OF BAJAJ PLATINA COMFORTEC AND HOW IT WORKS ON POTHOLES AS LADIES SITTING ON PILLION SEAT MAY FACE SOME BACK PAIN?
    Zigwheels | 3 months ago

    In terms of suspension duties, it employs 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.

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    Kamal | 2 months ago

    I am using bajaj platina comfortech for 6month. I am facing serious back pain, the rear suspension is not adequate.

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  • Q. My daily running is 120 km, is Bajaj Platina will be right for daily running?
    Jithu | 5 months ago

    Platina will be the best for your requirements

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    Jayanta | 4 months ago

    No.. Go for 150 cc byke

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  • Q. Can I ride 500 km one day?
    Jithu | 5 months ago

    Yes.. you can. .. check out https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNhmGE5T9qEEOei5wt8UNVA. He's been riding 1000 km on Platina

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    Ankur | 5 months ago

    SURE

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  • Q. Most of the users says that Platina is less weighted and some says it is heavy. At high speed do platina bike will shake?
    Subha | 10 months ago

    When you're with a pillion rider you'll feel the vibration at around 50-55 otherwise it's fine upto 60-65 and the vibrations aren't much in the old platina model

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    Hardik | 10 months ago

    It is light weighted and you might loose your judgement in heavy winds. above 50-55 you may feel vibrations to bike.

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