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2019 Bajaj Qute Price Starts From Rs 2.63 lakh

2019 Bajaj Qute Price Starts From Rs 2.63 lakh

Snapshot: The running cost of CNG variant is claimed to be less than a motorcycle.

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  • Bajaj Qute price starts from Rs 2.63 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).
  • The CNG variant is available at Rs 2.83 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).
  • It can be registered for commercial use in 20 states in India.
  • Registration for private use is available in 15 states in the country.
  • Under the hood, it gets a 216cc, single-cylinder engine.

Bajaj has announced price of its quadricycle, Qute, which starts from Rs 2.63 lakh. It is also available in a CNG variant, which is available at an additional premium of Rs 20,000 at Rs 2.83 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). One must note the prices mentioned are applicable for both private and commercial buyers. The quadricycles were earlier allowed to be used only as a commercial vehicle only, however, it was added into the ‘non-transport’ category of vehicles in November 2018 by the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH).

Currently, the Bajaj Qute quadricycle can be registered for commercial use in 20 states in the country, whereas it could be registered for private use in just 15 states in India. As per company claims, it is in the process of adding more states to the list. The Bajaj Qute is styled such that it looks like a car, though, it is a quadricycle. Weighing 425 kg, the Bajaj Qute gets a 216cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled DTSi engine under the hood. The petrol powered version of the quadricycle makes 13.2 hp at 5,500 rpm against 18.9 Nm torque at 4,000 rpm. CNG variant, on the other hand, puts out little less at 11 hp at 5,500 rpm along with 16.1 Nm torque at 4,000 rpm.

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The gearbox used on the Bajaj Qute Quadricycle is a five-speed sequential manual unit. Powered by a low displacing 216cc engine, it is claimed to offer a top speed of 70kph. One must note, the quadricycle is not meant for expressway driving. On the feature front, it misses out on a lot of tech such as disc brakes. Instead, it gets drum units at front as well as rear axles.

It also misses out on an air conditioner inside the cabin. The metals doors have also been skipped for fibre doors. As per company, its low running cost and city-friendly dimensions are some of the benefits. The CNG in particular is said to have a running cost of Rs 1.53 per km, which according to Bajaj is less than that of a motorcycle that has an average running cost of Rs 2.06 per km.




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