Tata Nano car races on Indian roads, smaller cars than Bajaj Qute

Tata Nano car races on Indian roads

Tata Nano car races on Indian roads: New Delhi (Auto Desk) Bajaj Qute is ready to be India’s first quadricycle. This will be the cheapest four-wheeler vehicle in the Indian market so far. According to new media reports, Bajaj Qute will be available for sale from next month. According to the reports, its price in the Indian market will be around 1.7 lakh rupees. The special thing is that Bajaj’s car will be cheaper than many entry-level lever bikes.

Tata Nano car races on Indian roads

Bajaj Qute will be launched as the first commercial vehicle in the Indian market. This will be the option of a three-wheeler auto rickshaw or cheap rate taxis. Explain that the government has created a new segment for Qute, named Quadricycle. Indeed, aggressive marketing was being done by Bajaj Auto, which included the FreeTheQut campaign.

Bajaj’s Qute is also going to join Tata Nano (Tata Nano) in the smallest car category in India. This car was first introduced in 2012. Bajaj Qute was first introduced to the 2012 Auto Expo from RE60 codenamed.

Tata Nano car races on Indian roads, Bajaj Qute Specifications and Features

Bajaj Qute has 216cc for power, single cylinder, liquid cooled petrol engine, which generates peak torque of 13 PS and peak torque of 18.9 nm. Its engine is equipped with a 5-speed gearbox. It’s the same as the gearbox in the motorcycle. Bajaj Qute will also have CNG and LPG Fuel options along with petrol. Bajaj Qute weighs 400 kilograms. At the same time, its length is 2752 millimeters, the width is 1312 millimeters and the height is 1652 millimeters. Talk about its wheelbase, it’s 1925 millimeters.

Bajaj has claimed that Qute will run on Indian roads with a speed of 70 kilometers per hour. Bajaj has been told that customers will get the mileage of 35 kilometers per liter in Bajaj Qute. The configuration of 2 + 2 has been given in Bajaj Qute. This means that in this car four people will be able to travel once. Bajaj Qute will not be able to run at more than 60 kilometers per hour on highway lanes of four or more lanes. Apart from this, the top speed of this car has been fixed at 50 km per hour in cities


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