Bajaj CT150X Spotted Testing: Revving Up, Ready to Dominate
Article by Drivio | 16th Nov 23
Bajaj CT150X has a strong 150cc, round headlight, single-piece seat, and engine crash guard. Rugged design, air-cooled motor, rural and tier-3 city focus.
- Stylish front disc with consistent size and shape.
- Practical elements: handle guards and thick foot pads for enhanced durability.
- Enhanced safety with the saree guard, integrated footrest, and rear tyre hugger.
In Pune, a potential game-changer from Bajaj Auto is on the horizon—the CT150X. This heavily camouflaged commuter, spotted during testing, shares design cues with the existing CT125X. Notable features include a round headlight, bulb turn indicators, and a common handlebar with robust front forks. Despite the camouflage, details like a single-piece seat, engine crash guard, and air-cooled motor with fins are discernible. After its launch, it will compete with the Bajaj Pulsar 150, Honda Unicorn, and others.
The CT150X, expected to launch within a year, could mark a significant move for Bajaj Auto in the commuter segment, with a focus on rugged design. The bike sports practical elements like handle guards, thick foot pads, and a stylish front disc. Other noteworthy additions are a saree guard with an integrated footrest and a rear tyre hugger.
Sources suggest that this could be one of Bajaj's major projects in the commuter segment, possibly targeting rural markets and tier-3 cities. The 150cc category, often associated with affordability, might find a new contender in the CT150X. While Bajaj currently offers the Pulsar 150 and Pulsar N150 in the 150cc segment, the CT150X aims to cater to a broader audience.
Anticipation builds as the CT150X promises to redefine the commuter market with its distinctive features. Whether it's the rugged design approach, practical elements, or the 150cc power, this upcoming model holds the potential to make waves in the motorcycle landscape.