Bajaj CT100 price reduction makes it compelling for second hand buyers and it is now dirt cheap…
The CT100 was already the cheapest motorcycle in India and Bajaj was projecting it as a no-profit motorcycle. It was and is purely for numbers, as it appears. The Pune based major refreshed the lineup with the introduction of a new variant which came with Platina’s engine, electric start and alloy wheels last year.
According to the official website, the CT100B, the cheapest motorcycle in the range, was retailing at Rs 32,653 ex-showroom Delhi whereas the subsequent models were spread across uptill Rs 41,997. In what appears to be a major move, Bajaj has now further slashed CT100’s prices to make them more lucrative!
Bajaj CT100 Price Reduction: Comparison
Here are the new prices and the comparison..
|Model||Older Price||New Price||Reduction|
|CT100B||Rs 32,653||Rs 30,714||Rs 1939|
|CT100 KS Alloy||Rs 38,637||Rs 31,802||Rs 6835|
|CT100 ES Alloy||Rs 41,997||Rs 39,885||Rs 2112|
*all prices ex-showroom Delhi
Older prices mentioned in this article and the new prices have been taken up from the official website.
As you can see the mid variant has gone through a massive slash and it is only placed at about Rs 1000 more than the ‘B’ version. Engine and other specs appear to be the same and there are no changes to the feature set as well.
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This move, as we believe, is being done to cash in on the rural market’s upcoming/growing demand as farmers will be out in the market with a lot of money earned from the Rabi crop. On the other hand, the company has increased Rs 8000 on the Dominar 400 since its launch.