The Bajaj Platina 110 is a mileage bike, it is the elder version of the Bajaj Platina 100 with an electric start and is updated with a new style and graphic with a comfortable riding stance for the everyday commute. The engine is powered by 115cc DTS-I Technology which gives good performance and the instant pick up with easy maneuverability through traffic. Let’s take a look for more specifications.
The Bajaj Platina 110 comes with a 115.45cc BS6 engine which develops a power of 8.44 bhp and a torque of 9.81 Nm. With front Disk and rear drum brakes, Bajaj Platina 110 comes up with a Single channel ABS Braking system. This Platina 110 bike weighs 122 kg and has a fuel tank capacity of 11liters.
The changes, however, are limited to the addition of ABS, Electric Start, and the Hand Guards to the motorcycle. The styling cues and the feature list remain unaltered. And the Bajaj Platina 110 continues to use a halogen headlight with an LED DRL at the front, knuckle guards, quilted seats, a Nitrox spring-on-spring rear suspension, telescopic front forks, and alloy wheels with tubeless tires.
The Bajaj Platina 110 is the only motorcycle in its segment to feature the safety net of the Anti-lock Braking System (ABS). The commuter motorcycle comes with a 240mm single disc with a single-channel ABS on the front wheel. The rear uses a 110mm drum. It is also available in a more affordable variant that gets a drum at both ends. The engine links to a five-speed gearbox.
With its large, comfortable seat and excellent initial and mid-range pickup, the Platina 110 is an ideal bike for day-to-day commuting. As expected, the top end is not very refined, which causes the engine to make heavy noise and transmit less power, but it’s understandable as Platina is a commuter bike. It is available in 2 variants and three colours Satin Beach Blue, Charcoal Black, and Volcanic Red.
Bajaj bikes came into existence in India way back in 1945 by introducing Chetak scooters. By 1986 they made a paradigm shift by having it’s focus completely on motorcycles and discontinued scooter manufacturing. From there Bajaj was always on course to seal a spot in the top motorcycle manufacturers. On the way, Bajaj made tie-up with Kawasaki in 1984 and KTM in 2007 in which former severed tie up in April 2017. As a result of years of R & D and technology assistance from KTM and Kawasaki, their models are now finding a place among the top and also within motorcycle aficionados.