Auto Ltd. has launched its popular CT100 model with a new electric start
function for Rs. 41,997 (ex-showroom Delhi). The bike will also get new decals,
a fuel gauge and flexible side indicators. The prices for the CT100 with
electric start are for a limited time period and the bike is currently
available at all authorised Bajaj Auto dealerships in India.
the CT100 Alloy ES is a 102cc single cylinder 4-stroke petrol engine. This
single cylinder unit produces 7.5hp and 8.24Nm of torque. The CT100 ES offers
consumers an extra long seat which provides adequate space for the rider and
pillion. The bike gets an innovative SNS (Spring in Spring Suspension) which
gives it the ability to better tackle rough road conditions.
is available in Black with silver and red decals, Black with silver and blue
decals and in Red. The CT100 Alloy and CT100 B with a kick start function will
continue to sell through Bajaj dealerships in India.
seen a drop of more than 15pc in sales in the 75-110cc segment over last year's
figures in the April-July period. The two wheeler manufacture sold 258856 units
this year while last year it had recorded a sale of 306166 units. With the addition
of an Electric Start variant to the popular CT series of motorcycle Bajaj may
be able to boost sales numbers. At present Bajaj ranks in second place in the
75-110cc category, behind Hero MotoCorp and closely trailed by Honda Motorcycle
& Scooter India Pvt. Ltd. (HMSI).
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