Bajaj CT110X vs Suzuki GSX R125

Compare Specifications of CT110X and Suzuki GSX R125

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Bajaj CT110X
Bajaj CT110X

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Suzuki GSX R125
Suzuki GSX R125

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Technical Specifications
Fuel Petrol Petrol
Engine Displacement 115.45 cc 124.00 cc
Engine 4 Stroke, Single Cylinder 4-stroke, 1-cylinder, liquid-cooled, DOHC
Engine Starting Electric Start Electric
Engine Lubrication -- Wet sump
Fuel System Electronic Injection Fuel injection
Ignition -- Electronic ignition
Cooling System -- Liquid Cooling
Maximum Power 8.6 PS @ 7000 Rpm 11.0 kW @ 10000rpm
Maximum Torque 9.81 Nm @ 5000 Rpm 11.5 Nm @ 8000rpm
Transmission 4 Speed (All Down Shift) 6-speed, constant mesh
Gear Shift Pattern -- 1-N-2-3-4-5-6
Top Speed 90 kmph --
Frame Square tube, Single Down Tube with Lower Cradle frame --
Headlamp 12V, 35/35W, HS1 --
Tyres
Front 2.75 x 17 41 P – Tube Type, Semi Knobby Tread Pattern 90/80-17M/C, tubeless
Rear 3.00 x 17 50 P – Tube Type, Semi Knobby Tread Pattern 130/70-17M/C, tubeless
Wheel / RIM Alloy Alloy
Brakes
Front 130 mm Drum Disc (Petal)
Rear 110 mm Drum with CBS Disc (Petal)
Suspension
Front Hydraulic Telescopic, 125 mm Travel Telescopic, coil spring, oil damped
Rear Spring-in-Spring (SNS), 100mm Wheel Travel Link type, coil spring, oil damped
Colors Available
Colors Matte Wild Green
Ebony Black - Red
Ebony Black - Blue
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Physical Specs
Length 1998 mm 2000 mm
Width 753 mm 700 mm
Height 1098 mm 1070 mm
Weight -- 134 kg
Kerb Weight 127 --
Wheelbase 1285 mm 1300 mm
Ground Clearance 170 mm 155 mm
Fuel Tank Capacity 11 litres 11 litres
Overview
Features - Kadak Headlamp Visor
- Tank With Rubber Tank Pads
- Semi Knobby tires
- Stronger Crash guards
- Circular Belly-Pan to Protect Engine
- Child Foothold For Safe Grip
- Stylish Bellows on Front Suspensions
- 3RD Footrest for Better Foot Placement
- Double Stitched and Thick Padded Seat
- Platform Type Carrier for Heavy Load
- Console with Fuel Level Indicator
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Additional Details Electrical System: DC System
DRL/AHO System: DRL System
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