The Bajaj CT 110 has a rugged, tough appearance thanks to its all-black colour scheme with bright coloured highlights. Its highly attractive, athletic, and muscular build makes its head turn for bike lovers.
The bike’s body structure is also embellished with some creative graphics. According to your selected colour scheme, the fork gaiters and rim tops are available in red, black, or gold.
Rubber tank cushions included with the bike offer a tone of comfort. With its plush cushioning and cutting-edge stitching, the bike seat delivers pleasant luxury in addition to the rubber pads.
The stronger and broader crash guards are a feature of the raised mudguard. The bike’s front side gets a luggage carrier to accommodate your bulky luggage. This extra room for carrying the bike’s heavy cargo may support loads of up to 7 kg.
The handlebar is reinforced, and the bike is mounted on semi-knobby tyres. The main headlamp and two more compact LED lights are included with the LED DRLs.
The Bajaj CT 110 comes in three colours option:
Bajaj CT 110 includes 2 variants:
- KS Alloy
- ES Alloy variant
The Bajaj CT 110 has a wide variety of features. The bike’s top speed of 90 kmph provides insight into the effectiveness of the engine and tyres. Although it is not for off-road driving, you can still use it on rough roads. The bike’s wheels and alignment have received careful attention from Bajaj.
Alloy wheels and a quick gear transmission improve the user’s travel. The bike can approximately travel up to 125mm thanks to the alloy wheels’ telescopic front.
The Bajaj CT 110 claimed on-paper mileage of 70 kmpl. The bike delivered great mileage of 65 to 70 km/l on city roads and even more on highways, exceeding the mark of 70 km/l.
In terms of total bike performance, this latest variety in the CT range of motorcycles has surpassed every other model.
The bike is a commuter bike with a fuel capacity of 12 litres. The front and back have alloy drums. The bike has the following measurements: 1945 mm overall length, 752 mm overall width, 1082 mm in height, and 118 mm in depth.
The Bajaj CT 110’s 115.4 cc engine produces a maximum of 8.6 PS at 7000 rpm and 9.81 Nm of torque at 5000 rpm.
The engine has a bore X stroke of 50 mm X 58.8 mm and a chain drive system. It is a single-cylinder, four-stroke engine with electronic injection, and two valves with digital dual spark ignition and BS6 exhaust in each cylinder.
The bike’s manual transmission has four gears and is connected to a chain drive. The gear is six-speed— typically five up and one down.
The rear suspension is a 100 mm wheel travel SNS suspension, while the front suspension has a hydraulic telescopic, 125 mm travel suspension. With 18-inch wheels, the front brake diameter is 130 mm, and the rear is 110 mm.
The Bajaj CT 110 features tube tyres on the front and rear that measure 2.75 X 17, 41 P and 3.00 X 17, 50 P, respectively. Drum brakes are on the motorcycle.