The bike with electric start is priced at Rs 38,806 (ex-showroom, Maharashtra).

The CT100 now comes with an electric-start button and an introductory price of Rs 38,806. The CT100 Alloy ES uses a four-stroke, 102cc, single-cylinder engine, that makes 7.7hp and 8.24 Nm of torque. Power is channelled via a four-speed gearbox. The new CT100 ES features a new set of decals, three colour options, a new fuel gauge, flexible side indicators and an extra-long seat.

Bajaj claims the bike delivers 90kpl and can hit a top speed of 90kph.

Eric Vas, President Motorcycle Business, Bajaj Auto Ltd said, “The CT100 is the most compelling offering in its segment; it provides customers with superior mileage and now comes with the convenience of electric start. At an introductory price of Rs 38,806- we expect the CT100 Electric Start version to gain a large number of customers at the entry-level 100cc commuter segment, just the way the CT100 kick-start had done two years ago.”

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