|Predecessor||Bajaj CT 100|
|Engine||99.3 ccAir-cooled, four-stroke cycle, single piston, kick start|
|Power||8.2 hp (6.1 kW) @ 7000 rpm|
|Torque||8.1 N·m (6.0 lb·ft) @ 5000 rpm|
|Suspension||Front: Telescopic fork, 125 mm travel
Rear: Hydraulic, 105 mm travel
|Brakes||Front: 130 mm (drum)
Rear: 110 mm (drum)
|Dimensions||L 1990 mm
W 770 mm
H 1090 mm
|Weight||113 kg (wet)|
|Related||Bajaj Kawasaki Wind 125|
Bajaj Platina is a 100 cc motorcycle manufactured by Bajaj Auto. The Platina was launched in April 2006 at an ex-showroom price of Rs 35,000 and crossed sales of 500,000 units within eight months of its launch. A 125 DTS-Si variant with the same engine as the XCD was introduced in September 2008 with sales of more than 30,000 units per month but subsequently discontinued
Design and styling
Comfort and handling
The bike has a plush ride without sacrificing handling. It has an upright riding posture inline with other commuter bikes.
Performance and fuel economy
The engine of Platina is from another 100 cc bike from Bajaj, the Bajaj CT 100. The bike is capable of a top speed of around 91 km/h and does 0–60 km/h in 8.08 seconds. In city traffic the bike returns 62 kmpl.
The 100 cc Platina won the 2007 NDTV Profit Bike India-100 cc bike of the year award.
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