Bajaj CT 110X VS HF Deluxe: Which Bike Should You Buy? Check Details

Bajaj Ctx 110

Planning to buy a commuter bike that would help you save fuel as well as well as have enough power to help you in the daily commutes look no further than the Bajaj CT 110 X the bike presents a unique concoction of style, value for money and a power full performance.

Engine Specifications

Bajaj CT 110 X has been specifically designed for daily commutes with a brilliant 115 cc engine which provides 8.6 Ps of power with 9.81 NM of torque. The bike provides greater value than the HF deluxe as its 5k cheaper than the deluxe plus its more stylish. The bike is even cheaper than the Hero Splendor which comes with an electric start. And that not all the bike even provides better power figures as well as better torque figures than the other bikes in its competition.

Function Over Form

CT 110 X has been designed with the aim of function over form the bike comes with a reinforced fortified steel chassis , and a carrier at the back which can carry about 7Kg’s worth of goods. The bike has protection rails all around starting from the head light , the skid plate as well as the side leg guards ,all help in making the bike a rough and tough companion for the road.

The bike also has placid ride and a great braking system with drums up front as well as at the back. With petrol prices where they are and with no signs of them ever reducing this would prove to be a brilliant bike for daily commutes. And if your are someone who has to commute over long stretches with unkempt roads its knobby tires would help you there as well, in general the bike is way more robust and substantial then the HF deluxe or splendor plus Bajaj offers a twin spark electronically carbureted Air cooled engine which would help you against all odds.

Price

Bajaj CT 110 X ex showroom Delhi is available at a price of 65,453 and if you are planning to buy one be quick as Bajaj might revise the rate any time with new offerings in the market.

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