Bajaj CT100 KS Gets A Substantial Price Cut Of Almost 7,000 Rupees

This makes Bajaj CT 100 easily one of the most affordable bikes in India

Bajaj CT 100 is one of the most popular motorcycles in the entry level segment and now it comes with a more attractive price tag. Well apparently the bike has got a price cut ranging from 2,000-7,000 Rupees which now makes it one of the most affordable bikes in India. This is expected to push more sales in the rural and semi urban areas where the Bajaj CT 100 sells the most.

Other motorcycles in the competition include the Hero Splendor, TVS Sport and Hero HF Dawn. However, the sales and service network of Bajaj still gives it an edge over the CT 100 rivals.

All Three Variants of the Bajaj CT 100 Get a Price Cut

Well apparently all the variants of the Bajaj CT 100 have got a price cut and that also includes the kick start model. It is evident from the price point that the motorcycle is targeted at first time owners who are looking for a reliable commuter that can take whatever comes its way. The value for money quotient is very huge for a buyer of this segment and naturally Bajaj CT 100 comes in three different variants to make things easier for some people.

The standard variant of the Bajaj CT 100 was priced at 32,653 Rupees and after a price cut of 1,939 comes in at an even more affordable 30,714 Rupees. This makes it one of the cheapest motorcycles on sale in India. However, the biggest price difference in the CT 100 line up from Bajaj comes in on the KS variant which is now cheaper by 6,835 Rupees. Meanwhile, the Bajaj CT 100 ES which was the top end variant and came with an added comfort of electric start and trendy alloy wheels is now priced at 39,885.

Bajaj CT 100 Came With Two Different Engines

Bajaj CT 100 was indeed a good seller as it gave the customers to choose from a set of two different engine options even at a price point like this. The base variant along with the KS (Kick Start) model got a 99.27cc engine which made a total of 8Bhp power and 8.05nm of peak torque. The Bajaj CT 100 ES however got a 102cc motor which produced slightly better torque figures at 8.24Nm.


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