The full-fledged scheme will now be available only on the Platina 100ES motorcycle. The CT100 customers cannot avail the damage insurance benefit but they get five free services and five year free warranty.
Bajaj has announced a net profit after tax of Rs 1,080 crore on a turnover of Rs 7,140 crore in the fourth quarter of last financial year. This number represents a 35 per cent growth over the corresponding quarter in FY2016, which is the highest quarterly profit growth recorded so far.
Bajaj has launched two new variants for the CT100 and the Platina. While the CT100 ES Alloy is a new top-of-the-line variant priced at Rs 41,997, the Platina ES Spoke is the new entry-level offering in the family, retailing at Rs 42,650 (both prices, ex-showroom).
Bajaj has registered a 19 per cent drop in its domestic motorcycle sales in April 2017. The manufacturer sold 1,61,930 units in April this year compared to the 2,00,433 units sold in the corresponding month last year.
Bajaj has launched 2017 MY updates for the CT100 and the CT100B. While the former retails at Rs 35,389, the CT100B continues to be the most affordable motorcycle in the Indian market with a price tag of Rs 29,988 (both ex-showroom, Delhi).
The 2016 Pune Off-road Expedition saw an excellent participation with about 400 bikers and a few 4x4 jeeps. The participants rode and drove down from all over Maharashtra for the event held in the Western Ghats.
Bajaj Auto Limited have had an overall growth of almost 30 per cent since February of 2015. The Avenger and the CT100 models have been the key sellers for Bajaj. Furthermore, more than 50 per cent of Bajaj’s sales figures have come from exports.