The digital CDI system and SOHC engine of the Platina 100 enable it to reach a top speed of 91 kmph. They provide 8.2 bhp of power at 7500 rpm and a peak torque of 8.00 Nm at 4500 rpm—a PTE 16 Manual Choke Carburetor powers an air-cooled motorcycle’s engine.
A 97.2cc, air-cooled, single-cylinder engine paired with 4-speed sequential gearbox power the Hero HF 100. The engine’s maximum power and torque are 8.02 PS and 8.05 Nm, respectively. The Hero HF has a kick starter and fuel injection as standard equipment in the BS6 period, and more current models include a self-start feature.
Bajaj Platina comes in 6 colour option, and Hero HF 100 get 5 colours.
Costs for the Bajaj Platina 100 range from Rs 52,000 to Rs 64,000. While the Hero HF 100 is priced between Rs 48,000 and Rs 55,000.
The motorbike can travel at a top speed of 91 kmph thanks to its digital CDI system and SOHC engine, which provide 8.2 bhp power at 7500 rpm and a peak torque of 8.00 Nm at 4500 rpm. A PTE 16 Manual Choke Carburetor powers an air-cooled motorcycle’s engine.
A 124.4cc single-cylinder engine paired with five-speed manual gearbox powers the Pulsar 125. The air-cooled engine can produce 11.8 horsepower and 11 Nm of torque. The Bajaj Pulsar 125 can return 62 kilometres per gallon.
The cost of Bajaj Platina 100 is between Rs 52,000 to Rs 64,000. The cost of the Bajaj Pulsar 125 is Rs 70,0095 for the Drum-CBS BS-VI variation and Rs 75,494 for the top-of-the-line Disc-CBS BS-VI variant (as of mid-2020).
The motorcycle’s digital CDI system and SOHC engine produce 8.2 bhp of power at 7500 rpm and a peak torque of 8.00 Nm at 4500 rpm, enabling it to go at high speed of 91 kmph. Bajaj Platina 100 is propelled by a 4-stroke air-cooled engine.
The Honda CB Shine gets powered by a 124.73cc air-cooled, single-cylinder engine with a high torque output of 10.30Nm at 5,500 rpm and a maximum power output of 10.16bhp at 7,500 rpm. The engine has a 4-speed gearbox and more than enough power and refinement for city commuting.
One feature of the new Bajaj Platina 100 model is an LED DRL, a first for the market. Both the headlight and the taillight lack LEDs. On the other side, the LED DRL is positioned above the primary headlight. The rider can see all relevant data thanks to the instrument cluster, which is easy to use and convenient.
Numerous best-in-class features are already included with the Honda CB Shine. The chrome coating makes the motorcycle’s black parts seem nicer, such as the front forks, exhaust, and engine cover.
While the Honda CB Shine costs Rs 77,000, the Bajaj Platina 100 ranges in price from Rs 52,000 to Rs 64,000.
One of India’s most praised and well-liked Bajaj goods is the Platina 100. There is just one edition available, priced at Rs. 63.13 K.
With Bajaj Platina 100’s engine with a 4-speed gearbox, one can experience a smooth but not so comfortable long ride journey.
Talking about the performance of the Bajaj Platina 100 on city roads, the bike delivers one of the finest riding experiences. With a not-so-heavy body and a comfortable handling position, the Platina 100 is your go-to bike for city road rides.
The bike provides perfect mileage in the segment. With the shift from carburettor to fuel injection (BS6 norms), Platina is expected to increase overall efficiency slightly.
The bike’s top speed is approximately80-90 kmph but gets heavily riddled with vibrations at this range. But on highways, its cruising speed is approximately 60-70 kmph—fairly easy.
Platina is a comfortable bike for the rider and the pillion as well. The foot pegs for the pillion and rider are front set to provide them with a relaxed seating position, and the handlebar positioning further amplifies the comfort.