As per official confirmation of Bajaj, this launch has tweaked the suspension of the original Platina variant in order to increase the comfort level for the riders. The variations in design include an increase in length of the front suspension of 28%, and an elongation of 22% in double springs at the rear.

The seat too has been made softer and more cushioned, along with rubber pads added to the foot rests. All the other features, however, remain the same as was the case with Platina launched last year. The DTS-I engine empowered Platina has a capacity of 102 cc, capable of producing 8.2 PS with a torque of 8.06 Nm.

Bajaj claims that their Comfortec variant would have a fuel efficiency of 104 kmph in addition to a 65% reduction in service maintenance, with service required every 5000 km and oil refresh needed every 10000 km. There are drum brakes on both the ends of the

In addition to this, there have been certain color improvisations as well such as a heroic red color for V15, golden color for Avenger etc. with no extra charges levied on these color variants. Also, Bajaj is all set to launch its new model CS400 in this festive season in the range of INR 1.6 lakh.