Although the design of the ABS version looks very similar to the older version, its long and sleek design makes it appealing.
With balanced curves, the bikes get pretty edgy enough to grab eyeballs.
At the front, Platina 2021 model gets a sharp headlamp, an analogue speedometer and odometer, crystal-like turn indicators, and a body-coloured visor.
The placement of the footpegs and the tall handlebar offers the rider an upright riding position. In addition to it, the seating position makes Platina a fantastic commuter.
The seat gets slight contour and is pretty long.
The bold and trendy graphics with dual-tone colour go with the time and grab the attention of the mass.
At the rear, the exhaust pipe, alloys, and the engine area get the black coating. The bike also entails a body-coloured rail at the rear end.
The design of the rear end makes the bike muscular in form and add to its appeal.
The inclusion of white coloured alloy wheels differentiates the bike from its previous version.
The new Platina 110 ABS version gets available in three colours, namely:
- Charcoal Black
- Volcanic Red
- Beach Blue
Black is the evergreen colour, suiting every age group. However, if you prefer vibrant looks, you can go for volcanic red or beach blue.
However, the bike comes in only one variant: Bajaj Platina 110 ABS.
The bikes get 115cc air-cooled, four-stroke, single-cylinder. The engine entails electronic fuel injection technology.
The new Platina 110 gets the same five-speed gearbox as earlier. The 115cc engine generates a max power of 8.6 PS at 7,000 rpm and max torque 9.81Nm at 5,000rpm.
The power and torque figures also remained unchanged.
For added safety of riders, the braking duties get performed by 240 mm disc brakes on the front wheel. The single-channel ABS works in tandem with front brakes. The ABS ensures better handling on roads.
However, at the rear, the braking duties get handled by a 110 mm drum brake.
The new Platine 110 gets based on a tubular single downtube chassis.
Further, the suspension duties get taken care of by telescopic front forks with 135 travel and Nitrox spring-on-spring rear suspension with 110 mm travel.
The new Platina 110 gets:
- Length: 2006 mm
- Width: 741 mm
- Height: 1100 mm
The bike gets a ground clearance of 200 mm, and the wheelbase gets 1,255mm.
The dimension of the motorcycle makes it a perfect fit for city rides. The kerb weight of bikes gets 123 kg. So, with the lightweight, you get a hassle-free ride, even on crowded city roads.
By adding the ABS Chanel to the bike, Bajaj levelled up the Platina 110 and made it the first bike to get ABS in the segment.
Besides ABS technology, the motorcycle gets a ComforTec package which includes quilted seats, a spring-on-spring suspension setup, LED headlamps with DRLs, tubeless tyres, new mirrors, and handguards.
The 17-inch alloy wheels of the bike get tubeless tyres.
The new Platina 110, 2021 model gets an
- Analogue speedometer
- Analogue fuel gauge
- Odometer, positioned on the left-hand side to show ABS indication
- Handguards to protect hands while riding in case of any smash
- Tall handlebar
- Narrow and flat streamline fuel tank
- Comfortable seat