The new Bajaj Platina 110 H Gear has received its first price hike since its launch in June this year. The Pulsar 150 range, the Pulsar 180F and the 2019 Dominar 400 (UG) also have received a price hike.
Check out the previous and the revised prices of the Bajaj Platina 110 H Gear below:
|Variant||New Price||Previous Price||Difference|
|Platina 110 H Gear CBS (Drum Brake)||INR 53,875||INR 53,376||INR 499|
|Platina 110 H Gear CBS (Disc Brake)||INR 56,371||INR 55,373||INR 998|
The increase to the Platina 110 H Gear is similar to the Pulsar 150 Classic, Pulsar 150 Twin Disc and Pulsar 180F. The drum variant has received an INR 499 increase, while the front disc variant is INR 998 more expensive now.
The H Gear is the new variant of the Platina 110 motorcycle that comes with a first-in-segment five-speed gearbox, a gear position indicator on the instrument console and a gearshift guide (up- and down-shift pointer). The mechanical specifications are identical to the standard Platina 110, and the Platina 110 H Gear is propelled by a 115 cc air-cooled, single-cylinder motor that churns out 8.6 PS at 7,000 rpm and 9.81 Nm at 5,000 engine revs. The ARAI certified fuel economy rating is 84 km/l.
Styling cues specific to the H Gear model include 3D Platina logo on the fuel tank, dual-tone graphics on the front fender, headlight mask, fuel tank, side and rear panels and a "110 H Gear" sticker at the back. The seat features a ribbed pattern for a premium look to the motorcycle. The pillion footrests are flatter and wider for enhanced comfort.
Anchoring department comprises drum brakes on both wheels as standard, while a front disc is available as an option. Safety net comprises Bajaj’s Anti Skid Braking (combi-braking system). Unlike most of the products in the country, the Bajaj Platina 110 H Gear uses a mechanical CBS.
The suspension setup on the Platina 110 H Gear is identical to the standard Platina 110. Thus, shock absorption tasks are performed by Nitrox suspension at the back and conventional telescopic forks at the front.
The rise in ex-showroom prices is nominal. However, the on-road prices could go even higher if the government approves the revised registration fee for two-wheelers. The road and transport ministry has proposed a revised fee of INR 1,000. The current registration fee is just INR 50.