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Bajaj launches CT 125X in India at INR 71,354

Written by Rohit Tonapi

Bajaj Auto, one of the world’s most valuable two- and three-wheeler companies, has announced the launch of the CT 125X. The company has built the CT 125X with the proposition ‘Har Sadak par Kadak’.

Bajaj says it is perfect for those who ride throughout the day on difficult roads and are looking for performance and durability. These include people who carry loads or in professions such as food delivery, courier delivery or business supplies. 

Bajaj says such riders go through demanding weather and road conditions. Thus, the CT 125X will prove to be a dependable and potent bike that offers performance, tough build and stylish looks. 

Bajaj CT 125X – Variants, Price & Colour Options

The company will offer the CT 125X in two variants – Drum and Disc. Prices start at INR 71,354 ex-showroom for the CT 125X Drum variant. Meanwhile, the CT 125X Disc variant will retail for INR 74,554 ex-showroom. 

There will also be three colour combination options to choose from – Ebony Black with Green decals, Ebony Black with Blue decals and Ebony Black with Red decals. 

Bajaj CT 125X – Highlights

The CT 125X comes with a utility carrier at the rear for extra loading. There is also a rubber tank pad, thicker crash guard, belly pan, tubeless tyres and quilted premium seats. For those long-duration rides, there’s also a USB socket to charge your phone. Bajaj claims all these features offer ‘Kadak’ durability and comfort. 

The brand also claims it offers ‘Kadak’ performance. The CT 125X uses a 124.4cc air-cooled 4-stroke SOHC DTS-i engine. The BS6-compliant engine makes 10.9 PS of power at 8,000 rpm and 11 Nm of torque at 5,500 rpm. It uses a 5-speed gearbox. 

The CT 125X comes with 17-inch alloy wheels and tubeless tyres as standard. As for the brakes, the drum variant comes with a 130mm drum at the front, while the disc variant gets a 240mm disc. At the back, both variants use a 130mm drum brake. The brakes also feature CBS. 

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