Bajaj Chetak electric scooter now costs much more than before.
The prices of the two versions of Bajaj Chetak – Urbane and Premium – have increased
Reservations for the Chetak electric scooter open for 48 hours, closed again
Last month, the Chetak experienced its first price increase this took the price of the more affordable Urbane variant from Rs 15,000, while the Premium variant increased by Rs 5,000. This price increase was announced as the company still did not accept reservations for its scooter electric.
Bajaj recently temporarily reopened reservations a few days ago on a first come, first serve basis. The company said a large number of confirmed orders had been placed by customers, forcing it to stop accepting reservations within 48 hours. Bajaj said he will review the offer situation and announce the next booking opportunity.
The biggest news, however, was the price at which it was sold. The latest price for the Urbane is Rs 1,42620, while the Premium will set you back Rs 1,44,620. This is an increase of Rs 27,620 and Rs 24,620, respectively.
To recap, the Premium model gets additional metallic color options, a dark / light beige saddle, metallic colored wheels and a front disc brake. The Urbane model, meanwhile, lacks the metallic color option and uses a drum brake up front.
The high price brings the Chetak almost on par with the Ather 450 Plus (Rs 1.40 lakh) and Ather 450 X (Rs 1.59 lakh). Another rival, the iQube TVS, costs Rs 1.36 lakh and is available in Bengaluru and Delhi.
All prices, ex-showroom, India.
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