New Delhi: Meet Bajaj's newest 125cc model, which also has a rough appearance. The circular halogen headlight with LED DRLs and off-roader-like aesthetic gives the CT 125X a slightly different appearance. Additionally, you can see that it has an engine guard, a rear luggage rack, and headlamp guards. In terms of significant feature additions, there is a quilted seat farther along with a sizable grab rail, an adequate baggage rack, and a USB charger.
The engine is the same 124.4cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine that has been used to power the Bajaj Discover 125. It produces 10.8 horsepower at 8,000 rpm and 11 Nm at 5,500 rpm. The CT 125X has an Intelligent Carburetor in place of a conventional fuel-injection system, which is something special for the price. It also has a 5-speed gearbox (with an all-down shifting pattern). The CT 125X has more basic telescopic forks, dual gas shocks in the back, a front drum/disc brake, and a rear drum brake.
At the front and back, respectively, the tyre sizes are 80/100 and 100/90. The CT125X, which is offered in three colour schemes—Green decals, Ebony Black with Blue decals, and Ebony Black with Red decals—aims to take on motorcycles like the Honda Shine, Hero Super Splendor, Glamour, and TVS Radeon. The cost of the CT 125X is Rs 71,534 and the cost of the CT 125X Disc is Rs 74,682. The bike is a commuter, but it is also made to handle rough roads and be used in challenging riding circumstances. The bike will join the CT100X as the flagship model in the CT line, which has a similar aesthetic motif centred around a tough commuter motorbike.