CT 100 by Bajaj:
A 102cc BS6 compliant engine with a 4-stroke single cylinder has been provided, which produces 7.7 HP at 7500 RPM and 8.24 Nm of torque at 5500 RPM. When it comes to the transmission, this bike comes with a 4-speed manual transmission. Let us point you that, in addition to the Bajaj CT 100, TVS Sports are a viable option. The firm has a mileage claim of 95 kilometers.
Platina 110 is a Bajaj motorcycle:
Platina’s engine is an 115cc four-stroke single-cylinder air-cooled engine. This engine has electronic injection and can produce 6.33 KW (8.6 PS) at 7000 rpm and 9.81 Nm at 5000 rpm. ABS and a 240mm front disc brake are standard on the new Platina. There is also an anti-lock braking system (ABS) electronic controller that monitors the tires and controls the braking process in the event of sudden braking.
A 109.7cc single-cylinder air-cooled fuel-injected engine produces 8.29PS of power and 8.7Nm of torque on this motorbike, according to the manufacturer. A 4-speed transmission is paired with this engine. The mileage of the TVS Sport is 95 kilometers per hour.
Honda Livo is a motorcycle manufactured by Honda:
This bike costs around Rs 70,059 (approximately) (Ex-showroom). The engine of the Honda Livo is a 109.51 cc air-cooled 4-stroke SI BS-VI engine that generates 6.47 kW of peak power at 7500 rpm and 9.30 Nm of peak torque at 5500 rpm. This engine comes with a 4-speed gearbox. The Honda Livo measures 2020 mm in length, 751 mm in width, 1116 mm in height, 1278 mm in wheel less length, 163 mm in ground clearance, 115 kg in total weight, and 9 liters in fuel tank capacity. The Livo braking system was discussed using its forward 240 mm and 130 mm drum brakes, while the rear brake was utilized to apply the 110 mm drum brake. In one liter of petrol, this motorbike provides a fair distance.
Today’s petrol and diesel price update – petrol price increased on Wednesday…
The Department of Minerals and Energy announced, contrarily, on Wednesday, the cost of both 93 and 95 non-leaded petrol and lead replacement fuel will rise by four cents per liter.
Diesel price decreases by 0.05 percent sulfur by 15.22 cents per liter and by 0.005 percent sulfur by 14.22 cents per liter. The agency announced Tuesday that paraffin will reduce by 15 cents per liter.
The oil price, as well as the rand strength, is primarily controlled by oil prices – as SA has to buy oil in dollars. In the time under examination, the rand, on average, was down from the dollar compared to the preceding period, according to the Department.
According to calculations by the Central Energy Fund last week, the rand-dollar exchange rate and oil prices at the time indicated that diesel and petrol prices will be reduced in September.
Credit – Komal Sharma