Baja Platina is a bike built by the Bajaj Auto. Baja Platina borrows extensively from the Bajaj Wind and Bajaj CT 100 models. There are two variants of Platina having engine capacities of 100 CC and 125 CC. The 100 CC Platina was introduced in the year 2006 while the Platina 125 DTS-Si was introduced in 2008.
Looks & Styling
Bajaj Platina comes in various colors with dazzling chrome graphics. It has unique streak designed side panels and optoprism head lens with clear lens blinkers. Platina's levers, grips, mirrors and switchgear are of the finest quality, and add to its exquisiteness.
Control & Comfort
Bajaj Platina has a telescopic front suspension with travel of 125 mm and the world's first SNS (Spring-N-Spring) rear suspension with the longest travel in its class of 100mm. Bajaj Platina offers a plush ride without sacrificing on the handling part. It has an upright riding posture inline with other commuter bikes.
Engine & Performance
Bajaj Platina 100 cc comes with four-stroke, single-cylinder, and 99.27cc engine. Bajaj Platina develops 8.2bhp peak power at 7500rpm and 0.82 kgm of torque at 4500 rpm. Platina is equipped with world class ExhausTEC (Torque Expansion Chamber) technology for the exhaust system. ExhausTEC drastically improves engine torque at low revolutions without compromising anything at mid or high engine revolutions. The Bajaj Platina engine has a ride control switch that indicates optimum throttle opening for best mileage.
Mileage and Economy
Bajaj Platina 100 cc delivers a mileage of about 70 km/l in actual city driving while highway driving may yield another 10 km/l.