Bajaj CT 100

Bajaj CT 100


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Ex-Showroom Price

₹ 54,515
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The Bajaj CT 100 is a great bike for those looking for a reliable, affordable commuter that offers good fuel efficiency and a comfortable ride. It’s a good all-rounder that’s ideal for everyday use, and is sure to bring a smile to the face of the rider. The Bajaj CT 100 is a great bike for commuting and it’s easy on the pocket too, making it a great choice for those on a budget.

Bajaj CT 100 price is INR 54,515  in India. Available in Gloss Ebony Black with Blue Decals, Matte Olive Green with Yellow Decals, Gloss Flame Red with Bright Red Decals colors.

Latest Updates
Wednesday, 06 September 2023 04:12 AM

Bajaj  Auto has discontinued its most affordable motorcycle, the CT 100, in India. The dealers have stopped receiving stock of the bike after the company suspended its production a few weeks back.

Colour Options and Price in India
Bike Variant Bajaj CT 100
Availability Status in India Discontinued
2-Wheeler Type Commuter
Latest Price in India Bajaj CT 100 price was INR 54,515 before being discontinued.
Fuel Type Petrol
Colour Options Gloss Ebony Black with Blue Decals, Matte Olive Green with Yellow Decals, Gloss Flame Red with Bright Red Decals
Official Tagline Khushiyon Ka Jackpot
Fuel Economy
Build Quality
Value for Money
Engine Details 102cc, Air-Cooled, 4-Stroke, Single Cylinder
Fuel System Electronic Injection
Cooling Air Cooled
Engine cc (Displacement) 102 cc
Maximum Power 7.9 HP @ 7500 rpm
Maximum Torque 8.34 Nm @ 5500 rpm
Number of Cylinders 1
Emission Norms BS6-Compliant
Bore 47 mm
Stroke 58.8 mm
Number of Gears 4
Clutch Wet, Multi-Plate
Final transmission Chain
Gear Pattern All Down
Mileage Bajaj CT 100 mileage is 75 kmpl (approximate).
Performance In terms of performance, the 100cc commuter motorcycle can accelerate from 0-60 kmph in around 9 seconds.
Top Speed Bajaj CT 100 top speed is 90 kmph (real top speed figure).
Front Brake 130mm Drum Brake
Rear Brake 110mm Drum Brake
Front Tyre 2.75 X 17, 41P
Rear Tyre 3.00 X 17, 50P
Front Wheel 17-inch
Rear Wheel 17-inch
Wheel Type Alloy Wheels
Tubeless Tyres
0-60 kmph 9 secs
Braking System CBS (Combined Braking System)
Key Features High Mileage, Spring in Spring Rear Suspension, Long Seat, Solid Engine, Super Reliable,
Similar Bikes TVS Radeon 110, Honda CD 110 Dream, Bajaj Platina 110, Hero Splendor+, Hero Passion Pro, Hero Super Splendor
Front Suspension Hydraulic Telescopic Forks
Rear Suspension Dual Shock Absorbers (SNS Suspension)
Frame (Chassis) Tubular Single Down Tube with Lower Cradle Frame
Front Wheel Travel 125 mm
Rear Wheel Travel 100 mm
Overall Length 1945 mm
Overall Width 752 mm
Overall Height 1072 mm
Ground Clearance 170 mm
Seat Height 800 mm
Wheelbase 1235 mm
Kerb Weight 114 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 10.5 litres
Reserve Fuel Capacity 2.4 litres
Speedometer Analogue
Odometer Analogue
Fuel Gauge Analogue
Pass Light
Battery Type Maintenance Free
Head Light 12V, 35/35W, HS1
Tail Light 5/10W
Automatic Headlamp On (AHO)
Electric Start
Pillion Footrest
Pillion Grabrail

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Bajaj CT 100 Review

28 Dec, 2022 09:44 AM

Detailed Review by Maxabout Team


Bajaj CT 100 was one of India's best-selling motorcycles in the Indian market. It was discontinued in 2006 due to some issues. But the company relaunched it in 2015 to serve the country's common masses once more. The bike was discontinued once more in April 2022. The bike was more fuel efficient and had a nice appearance. The Bajaj CT 100 was powered by a Digital CDI ignition system and reached a top speed of 90 km/h. The manufacturer claimed an 89.5 km/h fuel efficiency, which was one of the best in the country.

Bajaj CT 100 Design and Style

Bajaj CT 100 BS6 was a sturdy-looking motorcycle with a strong presence on the road. It had an appealing design that is not excessive by any means. The design was simple yet modern, and it checked all the boxes for a traditional motorcycle. The curvy contour line on the fuel tank and the sporty graphics gave the bike a muscular appearance. While the black tinted visor around the headlight added to the vehicle's premium appearance. Bajaj CT 100 was also outfitted with five-spoke blacked-out alloy wheels, and many premium inserts.

Aside from the features, the CT 100 had decals and highlights on the side panels and fuel tank. Bajaj offered BS6 CT 100 in three different paint schemes. Gloss Ebony Black with Blue Decals, Matte Olive Green with Yellow Decals, and Gloss Flame Red with Bright Red Decals.

The bike had a stylish yet subtle tail lamp with a black mudguard with an integrated rectangular reflector at the back. It also had a silver-coloured muffler cover that adds a premium touch to the motorcycle. And a black-coloured grab rail was present on it for added convenience.

The Bajaj Ct 100 had a length of 1,945 mm and a height of 1,072 mm. The motorcycle was 752 mm wide. The motorcycle came with a 1,235 mm wheelbase and a seat height of 800 mm. This made the CT 100 suitable for both tall and short riders. The CT 100 had a good ground clearance of 170 mm. This made it capable of overcoming almost all types of speed bumps and rough roads found in rural areas. The fuel tank capacity on the motorcycle was 10.5 litres. Furthermore, the bike was only about 115 kg which made it very easy to control and ride in traffic.

Bajaj CT 100 Engine and Gearbox

A BS6-compliant 99.27cc air-cooled single-cylinder engine powered the Bajaj CT 100. At 7500 RPM, this BS6 motor produced 7.9 PS of max power and 8.34 Nm of peak torque. The engine came coupled with a 4-speed manual transmission. It had an electronic fuel injection system that improved the motorcycle's fuel economy. The previous version of the Bajaj CT 100 came equipped with a carburettor. The addition of fuel injection improved throttle response and fuel efficiency in the later version.

The Bajaj CT 100 performed well in the low and mid-range. The 99.27cc engine was responsive and produced adequate power. It also performed well during city commutes. While most entry-level commuters top out at 80 to 85 km/h, the CT100 could reach 90 km/h. But at speeds ranging from 40-60 km/h, the bike feels smooth and comfortable to ride. Riders experienced fewer vibrations through the footpegs and handlebar. The motorcycle achieved a superior figure of 73 to 89.5 km/l in real-world riding conditions.

Bajaj CT 100 Suspension, Brakes and Tyres

Bajaj CT 100 was built around a single tubular down tube and a lower cradle frame. It had a hydraulic telescopic suspension in the front and a Spring-in-Spring (SNS) shock absorber in the rear. It performed well on rough terrain and provided excellent comfort and ride quality. A 130 mm drum brake at the front and a 110mm drum brake at the rear performed braking duties on this commuter motorcycle.

The front brake was well-known for its excellent feedback and bite. The rear drum brake was also impressive. The Combined Braking System (CBS) was also included with the motorcycle. The CBS system applies the front brake to stop or slow the scooter while you engage the rear drum brake. This allows for more efficient braking and helps the rider come to a complete stop.

Bajaj offered the CT 100 with tubed front and rear tyres. It came with 2.75x17 41 P front and 3.00x17 50 P rear tyres. These tyres offered good resistance to aquaplaning. And they provided adequate traction on rough roads. TVS could have done a better job by offering tubeless fitments.

Because of its strong suspension setup, the motorcycle also handles well on rough terrain. All the components, including the footpeg, fuel tank, and handle, are quiet. Bajaj CT 100 met the BS6 comfort and ride quality standards in its reign.

Key Features of Bajaj CT 100

At the front of the Bajaj CT 100 was a bright and powerful 12V-35/35W headlight. It delivered a steady beam of light and provided good visibility at night and in low-light conditions. The twin rear-view mirrors kept the rider aware and alert of his surroundings, reducing the possibility of a mishap. The bike received the world's first Spring-In-Spring (SNS) suspension at the rear. It helped to elevate the level of comfort. These safety and convenience features made it a true and dependable companion in the Indian commuter motorcycle segment.

Bajaj CT 100 Competitors

Before discontinuation, Bajaj CT 100 competed against Bajaj Platina 110, Honda CD 110 Dream, Hero Splendor+, Hero Passion Pro, Hero Super Splendor, and TVS Radeon 110 in the Indian market.

Questions and Answers

Most Popular Answers for Bajaj CT 100
What is the Bajaj CT 100 reserve fuel tank capacity?
03 January 2023 05:21
The reserve fuel tank capacity of the Bajaj CT 100 is about 2.5 L. This capacity ensures that you can have enough fuel to reach the nearest fuel station in case of emergency.
What is the price of fuel tank of Bajaj CT 100?
03 January 2023 05:21
The price of the fuel tank for the Bajaj CT 100 varies depending on the model. Generally, the price of the fuel tank is around Rs. 5,000 to Rs. 6,500. You should check with your local dealer for the exact pricing of the fuel tank for the Bajaj CT 100.
What is the mileage of Bajaj CT 100 and Platina 100?
03 January 2023 05:20
The Bajaj CT 100 has a fuel efficiency of up to 82 kmpl while the Bajaj Platina 100 has a fuel efficiency of up to 96 kmpl. Both bikes are powered by a single-cylinder, air-cooled, 102 cc engine. This gives the Bajaj Platina 100 a slight edge in terms of fuel efficiency.
Is Bajaj CT 100 available with self start as well as kick start?
03 January 2023 05:19
Yes, the Bajaj CT 100 is available with both self start and kick start features. It is also equipped with a durable and reliable four-stroke engine that provides superior performance. Additionally, the Bajaj CT 100 offers impressive mileage, making it an ideal choice for commuters. Furthermore, it is also available with various service packages that help you keep your bike in top condition.
Can I get Bajaj CT 100 in tubeless tyre?
03 January 2023 05:18
Yes, Bajaj CT 100 is available with tubeless tyres. The tyre size is 18 inches and the rim size is 17 inches. It is important to ensure that the tyre is compatible with the rim size before purchasing.

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Good for family

Raja - | One year ago
helpful 0

Super mileage, comfortable for solo ride, not suite for family for long ride, seat is very narrow, some issues by electrical, and very narrow front tyre, it will be easily skit.

Best Features: Mileage is good

Pros: Mileage, solo ride

Cons: Rear suspension noise, poor build quality

Value For Money
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The Best in Class Bike in 100CC Ever !!

Sarav - | 3 years ago
helpful 0

Hi all, whoever is focused on mileage of this is the best bike for you !! Vast service and spares availability adds on value and advantage. Just change your engine oil at regular intervals, maintain right tyre pressure, periodic servicing of the vehicle. Also, check the density of the petrol while filling. Mostly in 745 likewise if its zero please avoid those bunks. Its good for your bike as well your mileage is concerned. Gives the best vehicle performance for you !! Trust me I am no way linked to company or its promotions. Shared with you all based on my experience. You will thank me for this decision later.

Best Features: Fuel Efficient Engine, Low Cost Maintenance, Efficient and Power in its 100cc Segment

Pros: The Best Mileage Bike Ever

Cons: Nothing in Particular

Value For Money
Customer Service

Bajaj CT100B Aam Janta ki gadi.. or its really Hamara Bajaj...

Supriya Datta | 3 years ago
helpful 3

Though this vehicle aimed for the typical Indan "doodhwala" but its really a good commuter for day to day riding. I rode this vehicle for only 7 months in Odisha in different roads... rural, highway, city... for those days.... even one day I rode it for more than 120 km. In 7 months I rode this bike for more than 6500km.

Best Features: Mileage & solo riding comfort

Pros: Each & every thing.. 1. Milage..better than best. 2. Nil Maintenance... , tel dalo kick koro... concept. 3. Extra long seat for three "mote" Indian.. 4. ENGINE Superb pick up

Cons: Nothing to dislike... only rear suspension should more powerful

Value For Money
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Not a Great Bike.

Rajinder - | 4 years ago
helpful 1

Total balance is not good. Upward handling and after pillion rider the bike go very low in the back. Always play in the chain and gearbox make sound khat....khat....this is same as Bajaj.

Best Features: Refined Engine

Pros: Mileage, Comfortable Seat. Easy Start.

Cons: Always a khat ...khat sound and play in chain set is very bad, long and upward handle bar. Balance is not good.

Value For Money
Customer Service

Great mileage and safety

Jacob John | 5 years ago
helpful 6

This bike is best for a middle class person.

Best Features: Mileage and design

Pros: 98 km/liter, simply amazing

Cons: Very light

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