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The Bajaj Chetak electric kickboard is now on sale in Nagpur, making it another city in the state of Maharashtra where the reborn Chetak is available. Chetak reservations have been opened in Nagpur city, and the e-scooter will be sold through Bajaji’s KTM outlets on Kamptee Road and Khamla Square. Currently, reservations for Chetak are only open in Nagpur, not Pune and Bengaluru, the only cities where Chetak has been sold so far.

Bajaj Chetak will soon be on sale in six cities.  Photo: Bajaj

Bajaj Chetak will soon be on sale in a total of six cities. Photo: Bajaj

Price of Bajaj Chetak in Nagpur

The price of Bajaj Chetak in Nagpur is the same as in Pune and Bengaluru – the entry-level Chetak Urbane version costs Rs 1,42,988, while the top-level Chetak Premium costs Rs 1,44,987 (both prices, ex showroom). The road to Nagpur from Bajaj Chetak Urbane costs Rs 1,49672, while Chetak Premium is priced at Rs 151680.

Interestingly, this is exactly how much Chetak paid after the significant price increase in April, and the prices listed on the website do not seem to take into account revised FAME-II support or EEA-extended incentives Maharashtra EV Policy 2021. Bajaj has not yet answered the survey Tech2 the effect of the subsidies on Chetak’s prices.

Bajaj Chetak has a range of 95 kilometers in Eco mode.  Photo: Bajaj

Bajaj Chetak has a range of 95 kilometers in Eco mode. Photo: Bajaj

For Nagpur buyers, the Chetak electric kickboard can be booked online at a cost of Rs 2,000.

Bajaji is scheduled to launch in Chetak Aurangabad, Mysore and Mangalore. It is also likely to be introduced in the city of Mumbai sometime in August. This comes at a time when activity in the electric two-wheeler is on the rise, with Ola Electric promising to make a splash of it. the first electric kickboard is scheduled to launch in the coming weeks.

Bajaj Chetak specifications, options

The Chetak has a 3.8 kW / 4.1 kW (continuous / peak power) electric motor powered by a lithium ion battery. The range is tied to 95 kilometers in Eco mode (85 kilometers in Sport mode), and the company says it takes five hours to fully charge. The Chetak battery has a three-year / 50,000-mile warranty.

The price difference between the two Chetak variants is only Rs 2,000.  Photo: Tushar Burman / tech2

The price difference between the two Chetak variants is only Rs 2,000. Photo: Tushar Burman / tech2

In terms of features, the high-end Chetak Premium comes in several metallic color options, a front disc brake, a different seat and metal-faced wheels. Meanwhile, the Chetak Urbane is only available in two colors and gets a front drum brake.

Also read: Maharashtra EV policy in 2021 explained – Prices for electric vehicles are falling sharply

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