Bajaj RE60 Expert Review

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Introduction

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Pros
  • More stable and safer
  • Better weather protection
  • Small footprint, for parking or manoeuvering
  • High mileage of 36kmpl
  • Low running cost, much lower than a conventional car
  • Sequential gearbox makes changing gears easy
Cons
  • No improvement in storage for larger articles over an auto-rickshaw
  • Closed cabin and lack of a blower makes it steamy when idle
  • No air conditioning/heating/or blowers

Stand Out Features

  • Air directional vents around windows for ventilation

    Air directional vents around windows for ventilation

  • Gear position indicator

    Gear position indicator

  • 12V accessory socket to charge phone
 

    12V accessory socket to charge phone  

  • USB, FM player with two speakers
 

    USB, FM player with two speakers  

CarDekho Verdict

The Bajaj Qute is a very simple, yet a very complicated 4 wheeler. Simple because all the components used to make it are very basic to keep the running and maintenance cost low. And complicated because it's not only something new in our market, it has created an entire category for itself.

"If you compare it to an auto-rickshaw, the Qute is definitely a step up in term of the safety, weather protection and the ride quality, for both the passengers and the driver."

But, though it has a low running and maintenance cost, it costs Rs 2.7 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) to buy one, which is slightly more than a three wheeler. Given the advantages it offers, it seems to be a fair trade. Also, as of now,  it's only available as a commercial vehicle in the market.

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