- The drum variant has been priced at Rs 53,376. The disc variant will set you again Rs 55,373 (ex-showroom Delhi).
- The largest replace comes within the type of a fifth get together, which isn’t out there in some other 110cc bike at the moment on sale within the nation.
- It additionally will get a semi-digital instrument cluster that Bajaj calls ‘H-Gear’ performance.
Bajaj has launched the 2019 Platina 110 H Gear in India. Will probably be out there in each drum (Rs 53,376) and disc (Rs 55,373) choices. This makes it costlier than the usual CBS Alloy mannequin of Platina 110 (all costs ex-showroom Delhi) by Rs 2,624 and Rs 4,621 respectively. So, what precisely do you get for the additional cash?
Probably the most vital replace on the Platina H Gear is that it now comes with a 5-speed gearbox, a primary in its section to function this function. Bajaj has lastly geared up the Platina 110 with a entrance disc brake as nicely. Our sources have additionally talked about that Bajaj might also launch a kick-start-only model of the bike within the close to future. Other than all of the above updates, the bike stays unchanged.
The second greatest replace right here comes within the type of gear shift and kit help indicator. It not solely exhibits which gear you might be in but additionally suggests whether or not you need to shift up or down for higher gasoline effectivity. It has been showcased on the bike’s all-new semi-digital instrument console, which additionally shows the tripmeter, odometer and gasoline vary indicator.
It must be talked about that the ‘H Gear’ performance options usually are not even seen on premium bikes just like the Honda CB300R, not to mention the 110cc commuter choices. We’ll have to check journey the bike to see if it is greater than only a gimmick or whether or not it actually helps much less skilled riders and newbies alike.
Powering the Platina 110h continues to be the identical 115cc single-cylinder, air-cooled engine that’s more likely to produce the identical 8.6PS of energy at 7,000rpm and 9.81Nm of torque at 5,000rpm. Suspension duties are dealt with by telescopic forks on the entrance and Nitrox twin shock absorbers on the rear.
The Bajaj Platina 110 h Gear competes with the Honda Dream Yuga (55,233), TVS Star Metropolis Plus (Rs 52,417) and Hero Splendor iSmart Plus (Rs 56,280, all ex-showroom Delhi).