2021 Bajaj Platina 110 ABS
It only comes with few visual tweaks to differentiate it from the H Gear variant

Bajaj Auto is readying the 2021 Platina 110 ABS, based on the H Gear variant, for official launch, which is expected to take place soon.

Sporting a grey paint with black and white graphics, the motorcycle looks just like the Platina 110 H Gear, save for a few changes.

The most obvious difference is that the alloy wheels now come painted in white, similar to the brand’s NS and RS models.

Then there are model-specific stickers denoting that this motorcycle is equipped with ABS, which is a single channel system, making it the first bike in its segment to feature the safety net.

Also, the model logo is now just a sticker and not a 3D emblem, while a portion of the graphics on the tank has been omitted.

One other change that the 2021 Bajaj Platina 110 ABS has undergone pertains to its instrument cluster. Gone is the semi-digital cluster and in its place sits an analogue cluster.

Do note that the motorcycle also comes with knuckle guards and indicators that seem to have been ever so slightly revised. It is likely that the red and blue shades on offer on the H Gear variant will be carried forward.

Power comes from a 115cc motor that makes a maximum of 8.6 PS and 9.8 Nm of peak torque. It is mated to a 5-speed transmission.

Suspension duty is carried over by telescopic forks upfront and dual Nitrox shocks at the rear and all the other components remain the same as before.

Bajaj might discontinue the H Gear variant, which costs Rs. 64,301/- (ex-showroom, Delhi), of the Platina 110 after launching the ABS variant.

Bajaj Platina 110 ABS Instrument Cluster
Strangely, Bajaj has removed the semi-digital instrument cluster
Tank Pads
The bike also has tank pads
If not for this sticker, it would difficult to tell between H Gear and ABS variants
Alloy Wheels
White alloys are not something Indians are fond of