Bajaj Will Launch The Chetak Electric Scooter on January 14

The Bajaj Chetak is expected to be priced in between Rs. 1-1.2 lakhs and will be sold only in Pune and Bangalore initially before reaching out to the rest of the nation.

Bajaj unveiled the Chetak electric scooter in December last year and now, we are just round the corner for the launch of the Chetak. Bajaj has announced that they will be launching the Chetak electric scooter in India on January 14 in Mumbai. Bajaj will first start selling its e-scooter in Pune and Bengaluru to begin with, before gradually expanding to the rest of the nation. Dealerships are gearing up to receive the scooter and we will have the prices very soon of what could be a very important product for Bajaj. The Chetak will initially be sold via select KTM dealerships.

Bajaj will commence deliveries of the Chetak in Pune and Bangalore from the last week of January 2020.
Bajaj will commence deliveries of the Chetak in Pune and Bangalore from the last week of January 2020.

Bajaj has only unveiled the scooter, revealing its features and styling. While the scooter uses a 4kW electric motor and a unique automated transmission, the battery specifications have not been revealed yet. What we do know is that the lithium-ion battery pack is non-removable, and Bajaj claims a real-world range of 95km in Eco Mode and 85km in Sport mode.

The manufacturer has also confirmed that the electric Chetak will be priced between Rs 1 Lakh to Rs 1.2 Lakhs. Bajaj has confirmed that it will be priced very attractively and competitively. Also, we are not sure if these prices are ex-showroom on-road prices. Bajaj has also confirmed that it will be positioned as a premium scooter rivalling the likes of Ather 450 and Okinawa i-Praise electric scooters. If these will be the price of the electric Bajaj Chetak, it is bound to catch some eyes.

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Highlights include alloy wheels, LED headlamps, LED DRLs, keyless start, a fully digital instrument console with Bluetooth connection, CBS, front disc brakes, front apron pocket and reverse mode. The styling of the Chetak is quite similar to the original model, especially with all the sculpted side fenders and rear portion. Although, you can also find some similarity with the Vespa Electrica, which is available globally.

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The warranty Bajaj is providing for the Chetak is one of the longer warranty tenures in the industry of electric two-wheelers. The Chetak will be available with a warranty of 3 years or 50,000 km as standard. We will have to wait a couple more weeks to know exactly how much the new Bajaj Chetak will cost, but for now, potential customers in Pune and Bengaluru have a time frame to look forward to. Stay tuned for more information!