Is Bajaj Platina 100 designed for rular market?

The Bajaj Platina 100 is an entry-level commuter motorcycle designed specifically for rural markets. Both an electric start and a kick start are offered for this bike. Knuckle guards have been added to the bike by the Pune-based company to make it more practical.

The Bajaj Platina 100 has a more traditional style in terms of styling. It adds a little refinement with its bikini fairing and modestly sporty decorations. The bike has an easily accessible handlebar that promotes an upright riding position. It has 17-inch alloy wheels. The bike has an 11-liter petrol tank and weighs 117 kg curb weight. With a substantial ground clearance of 200mm, the bike boasts a seat height of 807mm

Engine and Gearbox
A 102-cc DTS-i single-cylinder air-cooled engine powers the Platina 100. When combined with a four-speed gearbox, it generates 8.3 Nm of torque at 5500 rpm and 7.9 PS at 7500 rpm. The motorcycle has an 11-liter petrol tank and a stated top speed of 90 kmph.

A number of characteristics that the Platina 100 provides increase its desirability. It has LED daytime running lights (DRLs) and a halogen headlamp. For improved visibility, the rear-view mirrors have been modified. The comfort of the long, single-piece seat is enhanced by the flat footboards for the pillion. Analogue in nature, the instrument cluster shows vital data, including fuel level, speed, odometer readings, and indicator lights.

Suspension and Brakes
The Platina 100's suspension system consists of dual shocks at the back with 110mm of wheel travel and a telescopic front fork with 135mm of travel. The front 130mm drum brake and the rear 110mm drum brake make up the braking system, which is strengthened for increased safety by a combined braking system.  

  • It is reasonably priced. 
  • Straightforward design.
  • Quality of a smooth ride. 
  • Simple and inexpensive to maintain.
  • Ideal for commutes within cities.
  • The tooth's design is a little too lengthy.
  • Not a motorcycle meant for the highway. 
  • Its potential for resale value to be less than that of its competitors. 
  • Simple design might not be to everyone's taste.

Price and Variants
There is just one version of the Bajaj Platina 100, and it comes in the following colour combinations: black and red, black and silver, black and gold, and black and lue.
All models have the same pricing of Rs 67,808.

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