The Bajaj CT100 is an entry level commuter bike which misses on most of the comfort and safety features including the electric start option. Bajaj has focused more on the looks of the bike as it has introduced a bigger variant which comes with alloy wheels but still lacks the self start. It comes with a 99.27 cc engine producing 8.1 BHP @ 7500 rpm and 8.05 NM @ 4500 rpm. It gets a 4-speed gearbox and gets a kerb weight of 108 kg only. The CT100 is sold at an ex-showroom price of INR 35,034 for the spoke wheel variant whereas the alloy wheel variant is sold for INR 38,034.
Does Bajaj CT100 come equipped with self-start option?