The new version, BS6 Bajaj Platina 110 H, has finally been rolled out. With the new launch, there are no changes that have taken place in the motorcycle apart from the powertrain. The motorcycle is now 3,432 more expensive than the older version. The new model of the bike is set at the price of Rs. 59,802 (Ex-showroom) whereas BS4 model of the bike was set at the price of Rs. 56,371. The bike will continue to sit on the same tubular single down tube along with the low cradle chassis. The suspension of the bike is quite impressive as before; it includes telescopic front, hydraulic, nitrogas canister and SOS.
Under the hood, the updated engine of the BS6 Bajaj Platina 110 H comes equipped with the BSVI-compliant 115.45cc, one-cylinder engine, which has the ability to produce 8.44 bhp at 7,000 rpm and the peak torque of 9.81 nm at 5,000 rpm. With that being said, the bike is undoubtedly going to deliver great performance. The transmission duties of the bike will be done by a five-speed gearbox. The company has claimed that the bike will be able to achieve the top speed of 90 Kmph with ease.
There have no cosmetic changes made in the bike as well. Talking about the dimensions of the BS6 Bajaj Platina 110 H, it measures 1100 mm in height, a person with an average height or below average height will not have much of a problem riding it. It measures 2,006 mm in length and 713 mm in width. The ground clearance of the bike is 200 mm, and the saddle height measures 804 mm. The overall weight of the bike is 122 kg, which offers a fuel capacity of 11 litres. The features of the motorcycle remain the same, which include digital console, anti-skid braking, and much more.