Bajaj Platina for sale in Bangladesh
The Indian company Bajaj Auto has already made its name as a master of executive commuter motorcycle builders. And that’s why any marketed Bajaj motorcycle ends up as a top seller in the Indian sub-continent. And one of Bajaj’s enviable lineup of motorcycles across the entire spectrum is the Platina. Launched in 2006, The Platina has a record to be sold over 30,000 units per month.
Bajaj Platina Review
Bajaj Platina engine specification and performance
Bajaj Platina comes in two different engine size: 100 cc or 125 cc that was discontinued in 2012. The most common and available Platina is powered by an air-cooled 99.27 cc 4-stroke SOHC engine with a digital CDI system producing 8.2 horsepower at 7500 rpm and a torque of 8.05 Nm at 4500 rpm. This produced power propels the bike to a top speed of 91 kilometers per hour and can reach 0–60 kilometer per hour in 8.08 seconds. A chain drive connected to a 4-speed constant mesh transmission transfers the necessary power to the rear wheel. For the Platina 125, Bajaj took the XCD’s 125cc engine, so its power and spec match the Bajaj XCD.
Platina’s telescopic front fork and the spring-in-spring rear suspension have been engaged along with 5-spoke alloy wheels. Its tank has a capacity of 13 liters and Bajaj claimed the fuel efficiency to be 96 kilometers per liter in highway condition. But for city condition, Platina users confirmed the fuel efficiency can be maximum 62 kilometers per liter. Finally, it offers only kick start option so far.
Bajaj Platina design
Being a commuter motorcycle, Platina's design was inspired by the 2003 Bajaj Kawasaki Wind 125 in case of styling and design. It sports simple and neat design for its side panels, headlamp, silencer and graphics. The bike gets a redesigned and modern visor and headlight, yet old fashioned indicators. Simple rear cowl and grab rails combined with its new graphics has enhanced the sophistication of this bike. A chromed painted steel plated exhaust gave the bike sleeker look. For added convenience, the petrol cap is provided with filler-cap hinge on the well curved tank.
The Platina gets a black theme for the alloy wheels, engine, exhaust and the grab rails and the combinations of color available for Bajaj Platina’s body are black chrome, flame red and black maroon. Its upright seating position and the handlebar provide the rider with a comfortable and commuter feel. It has the longest seat than any commuter Bajaj motorcycle that provides good grip for both rider and passenger. There are well-placed foot pegs, so you will not have leg pains during continuous traffic ride or, in general, long ride. Yet for proving thigh support, its tank is deliberately lifted.
Bajaj Platina price in Bangladesh
The price list of Bajaj Platina is mentioned below. The price list can vary as it is based on the current Carmudi listings and is presented as an average value.
Bajaj Platina 2015 price: New - BDT 1, 25,000, Used – 1, 10,000
Bajaj Platina 2014 price: Used – BDT 1, 00,000
Bajaj Platina 2011 price: Used – BDT 80,000
Bajaj Platina availability in Bangladesh
You can find Bajaj Platina in Bangladesh near your location in Carmudi here:
Why should you buy Bajaj Platina?
Bajaj Platina has been around Bangladesh for a while now, and it has already set a standard for a stylish bike in low cost. It undoubtedly is the bike with better fuel economy than its competitors like Hero Splendor Plus, TVS Star City Plus, HF-Deluxe, Honda Dream Neo, Hero HF-Dawn and the Suzuki Hayate. You can purchase a Bajaj Platina for its:
- Good Aerodynamics
- Very good fuel efficiency
- Easy to maintain
- Competitive price