2021 Bajaj Platina 110 To Launch Soon
Bajaj Auto has introduced a Platina 110 ABS and became the first maker to sell ABS with only one channel in a 110 motorcycle. Bajaj has released a few updates and let’s get deeper into those for 2021 Bajaj Platina 110. First, the all-analog digital instruments cluster with an analog speed meter, an analog odometer, an analog fuel gauge, and all basic tail-lamps on the instrument cluster was launched by Bajaj.
In addition, all four indicators were redesigned and are now very sharp and stylish. The alloys on this motorcycle are white like those on the Pulsar RS and NS series.
ComforTec is also available with nitrox SoS suspension, larger rubber footpads & a longer seat for improved comfort for riders and pillions, tubeless tires, a 3D emblem with new decals, and apparently high quality, well-coated, and well-foamed seats. It produces 8.6 HP of top power at 7.000 RPM and 9.81 Nm of high torque at 5,000 RPM. The cycle is powered by the same 115cc air-cooled motor. The front end comes as a comfortable telescopic fork while the rear has a ComforTec Nitrox suspension. Although the price is not revealed by Bajaj, but Pune dealer has claimed it to be priced around Rs 81,000.
The Platina 110 was reinstated, with some additional features that are called the Bajaj Platina 110 H Gear, one of the most common motorcycles in the commuter category. Two separate models of the bike were introduced, one model with a drum brake, one model with a disk brake. The bike was added to the drum brake platform with an Introduction price tag of INR 53.376. However, rates were higher at the time.
2021 Bajaj Platina 110 H Gear came with a fully-digital meter, the first of which was in the ‘Gear-Shift-Guide’. The ‘Gear-Shift-Guide’ was basically a transmission control tracker that indicates the rider going in any direction at the right time.
But now, for the Platina 110 ABS, Bajaj has lowered all the digital tch and become analogous. Some reports also say that Bajaj can stop the Platina H Gear.