There are many motorcycle options available in the 110 cc segment in India from which customers can choose their favorite bike. Recently, Bajaj Auto has launched India’s cheapest ABS motorcycle Bajaj Platina 110 ABS. This motorcycle provides extra safety to the rider as well as its price is much lower than other ABS motorcycles. In India, this motorcycle competes with the Honda Livo. If you are planning to buy a motorcycle in the 110 cc segment, then today we have brought you a comparison of these two bikes so that you can understand which motorcycle will prove to be the best option for you.
Bajaj Platina 110 ABS
Talking about engine and power, customers are given a 115 cc, four-stroke, single-cylinder air-cooled engine in Platina. This engine is equipped with electronic injection technology which is capable of generating maximum power of 6.33 kW (8.6 PS) at 7000 rpm and peak torque of 9.81 Nm at 5000 rpm. The new Platina also gets ABS paired with a 240 mm front disc brake. An electronic controller with anti-lock braking or ABS has also been installed which monitors the tires. If you talk about the features, then customers have been given new rearview mirrors and handguards in this motorcycle. If you talk about the price of this motorcycle, then it has been launched at Rs 65,920 (ex-showroom, Delhi).
Talking about the Honda Livo engine, it has an air-cooled, 4-stroke SI, BS-VI engine of 109.51 cc which generates a maximum power of 6.47 kW at 7500 rpm and peak torque of 9.30 Nm at 5500 rpm. This engine is equipped with a 4-speed gearbox. Talking about the dimensions of the Honda Livo, it has a length of 2020 mm, width 751 mm, height 1116 mm, wheelless 1278 mm, ground clearance 163 mm, total weight 115 kg, and a 9-liter fuel tank. Talking about Livo’s braking system, it has 240 mm and 130 mm drum brakes in the front, and 110 mm drum brakes in the rear. This bike is available for Rs 70,059 (ex-showroom).
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