Bajaj CT125X launched: Cheapest 125cc motorcycle in India

The Pune-based two-wheeler manufacturing giant Bajaj Auto Limited recently launched its newest commuter bike the Bajaj CT125X. The company has launched this new model at Rs 71,534 and it will be a step above and more updated iteration of its already outgoing model CT110X. The new CT125X uses the same 125cc engine that was available in the recently discontinued Bajaj Discover 125.

Bajaj CT125X launched: Cheapest 125cc motorcycle in India

The new bike’s general profile resembles that of its smaller sister, the CT 110X. The headlight cowl is stylish and has a V-shaped LED DRL and a tiny visor. The new bike is mostly built on the foundations of its smaller sister, so aside from that, not much seems to have changed from the old CT 110X.

For this revised variant, the side panels now read 125X. Additionally, we can see that this model’s colour options differ from those of the younger sibling the CT110X, and the seat is sturdier and double-stitched. A USB charging port is also included on the handlebar, something the CT 110X does not have.

The Bajaj Discover 125, which has been discontinued, used the same engine that is currently mounted in the single-cradle frame of the CT125X. 10 horsepower at 8,000 rpm and 11 Nm at 5,500 rpm are produced by this 124.4cc engine. An “Intelligent Carburetor” rather than a conventional fuel-injection system supplies gasoline to its engine, making it one of the very few bikes on the market with this capability right now. A 5-speed gearbox with an all-down shifting pattern is coupled to this engine.

A telescopic fork at the front and dual gas-charged shocks at the back perform the suspension duties on this simple but tough bike. The front and rear braking components are a 130mm drum and a 240mm disc, respectively. It has front tyres that are 80/100-17 and rear tyres that are 100/90-17 in size.

In other Bajaj Auto Limited news, the automaker has recently trademarked names like Pulsar Elan, Pulsar Eleganza, Twinner, Freerider, Neuron, Fluor, Fluir, Scrambler and Pacer. It has been observed that the bikemaker has also trademarked the name Bajaj Dynamo in India. It is believed that Bajaj could be using this moniker for a new electric vehicle, but as of yet, nothing is clear.

The Bajaj Dynamo has a Class 12 trademark and may be used for both ICE and electric items, as is clear from the trademarking form. In India, the business has already submitted trademark applications for the next Bajaj Pulsar and other two-wheeler models. Additionally, several national media outlets have suggested that the brand’s next electric three-wheeler for commercial use would possibly be known as Dynamo. If introduced, this new Bajaj electric commercial vehicle would be utilised for both B2B and B2C activities.

We will just have to wait it out as there are no specific details on how the name will be used. The automaker also filed a trademark application in March for the name Blade, which has not yet received official approval from the brand. The Blade trademark application was also submitted under Class 12, meaning it may be used for everything from motorcycles to scooters, electric cars, and three-wheelers.