Probably even you must have heard about the upcoming Bajaj car that costs only Rs. 60000. Everyone is excited to know about this new super reasonable car, so here we are giving you few details about what all we have heard.
Is this new of Bajaj car of Rs 60000 correct?
It is true that Bajaj is planning to enter the private car market. The so-called small car everyone is keen to know about is the Bajaj Qute quadricycle that was debuted over half a decade ago. The Qute, initially known as the RE60, is basically a four-wheeled, four-seater quadricycle that targets the three-wheelers in the commercial vehicle space.
For sure this model has got four wheels, a car like steering wheeling and a roof, but it is still not actually a car. It is mainly a slightly less utilitarian vehicle that aims to replace the 3 wheelers.
Will Bajaj Qute launch soon?
While the Government of India has already approved this new category of vehicles (quadricycles), the Qute is now entangled in a number of controversies that are not allowing Bajaj to launch the Qute in India. The biggest of these obstructions come in the form of the several PILs filed against the Qute. These PILs have been filed in many courts across India by auto-rickshaw unions, auto-rickshaw drivers and even some lawyers.
Mr Rajiv Bajaj, Managing Director, Bajaj Auto, said, “Based on my interaction with the people in power (sic) I have reason to believe that within the next few months we may get permission to introduce this vehicle in this market.”
Can you buy it for personal use?
No, this vehicle is meant for the commercial sector only. You can’t buy it and register it as a private vehicle.
Mr Rajiv Bajaj, Managing Director, Bajaj Auto, said,. “It is well known that the only country where the Qute is not permitted is our country (and it is) only because of competition. They have used all kinds of nefarious techniques to create problems through political circles and through courts. I will say this very candidly that they have stooped to levels that we thought they never will. (But) If it means we have to live without one country (then) we will live without one country”.
What about Qute’s engine?
|Engine||200cc DTS-i single-cylinder|
|Fuel Type||Petrol, CNG|
|Max. Power||20 BHP|
|Top Speed||70 KMPH|
Also have a look on Bajaj Qute Image Gallery