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Bajaj Auto has introduced a new ‘Kadak’ version of CT100 this festive season

Bajaj Auto has just launched a new ‘Kadak’ version of its CT100 motorcycle at a starting price of Rs 46,432 (ex-showroom). This new version gets a new tagline - ‘Sadak pe Kadak’. It has been introduced to boost sales and attract more customers during this ongoing festive season. It comes equipped with a host of new features that further enhances both its looks and performance.

These eight new features include front fork suspension bellows, rubber tank pads, fuel meter, handlebars with a cross tube, thicker & flatter seat, enlarged grab, flexible & clear lens indicators, and extended mirror boots. For better riding stability, the handlebars offer cross tubes. The seat has now been made thicker and flatter to provide comfort in challenging road conditions. Talking about the flexible & clear lens indicators, they prevent breaking from minor impacts.

 

“The Brand CT has always delivered on its Kadak proposition with its strong build, robust engine, high reliability, and great mileage making it one of the best motorcycles in the commuter segment. Our CT range has sold over 68 Lacs motorcycles since inception. The upgraded features in the new CT100 KS will definitely attract customers aiming to choose a motorcycle that is feature-rich, fuel-efficient, and provides the best value for money in its segment,” commented Narayan Sundararaman, Head of Marketing, Bajaj Auto Ltd. 


Along with these 8 new additional features, the Kadak version of CT100 gets three new colour options namely Gloss Ebony Black with Blue decals, Matte Olive Green with Yellow decals, and Gloss Flame Red with Bright Red decals. 


Apart from the above-mentioned changes, the motorcycle remains unchanged. Mechanically, the new CT100 Kadak is powered by a 102cc air-cooled, single-cylinder engine that generates 7.5 bhp power and 8.34 Nm torque. Furthermore, the motor is mated to a 4-speed gearbox. The CT100 Kadak continues to rival the likes of Hero Splendor, Hero HF Delux, and TVS Radeon in its segment.


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