The Bajaj CT 110 is one of the most fuel-efficient bikes in India and with the rising fuel prices, it is evident for this two-wheeler to start selling like hotcakes. On that note, read on to know more about how the bike manages to be so fuel-efficient.
The rising fuel prices are surely making the common mass suffer. This is the reason why fuel-efficient vehicles such as the Bajaj CT 110 sells like hot cake.
So how does the Bajaj CT 110 run more KMs per litre?
Well, having a bigger and better engine means you will be saving while riding. The bike is powered by the refined version of the all-too-reliable 115cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine that used to power the Platina. It returns 9.81Nm of torque at 5000rpm and 8.6PS of power at 7000rpm – these figures are enough to take you from point A to B. At the same time, instead of a 5-speed transmission, the engine is mated to a 4-speed transmission so that the rider can make the most out of the moderately powered engine without burning excess fuel.
What other aspects make this bike the perfect commuter vehicle for city and rural life?
Well, the bike has telescopic fork shock absorbers at the front and the ever-reliable and oh-so-comfortable SNS (or spring-in-spring) twin shock absorbers at the back of the bike.
For stopping the bike, Bajaj has equipped this reliable commuter two-wheeler with a 130mm drum on both the front and rear wheels. The bike looks modern all thanks to the OEM 17-inch alloys that have deeply grooved tires so that the rider can confidently take on any terrain.
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The ground clearance of the bike is also updated and the latest range sits at a whopping 170mm above the ground.