Bajaj Auto isn't a new name for the Indian automotive industry. The popular two-wheeler manufacturer is renowned for its famous Pulsar range of bikes. But the company has always showcased a constant drive towards entering new market segments, in India and abroad. For instance, the bikemaker recently took the fight to Royal Enfield with the Dominar 400 and now, the automaker has its eyes set on entering the four-wheeler market with the Bajaj Qute. The Qute, formerly codenamed the RE60, is being touted as a safer alternative to three-wheelers and an inexpensive upgrade for two-wheeler owners. Bajaj offers 0 car available for sale in India. Upcoming Bajaj Cars that are expected to launch in 2018/2019 include Qute (RE60).
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- Bajaj Qute Quadricycle Gets Govt Nod; To Launch In India Soon
The Bajaj quadricycle is expected to make its way to showrooms in the next 2-3 months
- Bajaj’s Budget Car, Qute – Launching Or Not?
Recent rumours have led many to believe Bajaj has finally launched a new budget car/the Qute quadricycle in India. We clear the air on the matter.
- Bajaj Qute RE60 Spied Testing once again: Launch Near
Bajaj Qute RE60 has been spied once again testing. The four-wheeler quadricycle was caught on camera in Jaipur city of Rajasthan. It was revealed in September last year and the official launch is still pending in the Indian market, awaiting Supreme court go ahead. The quadricycle can deliver mileage of 36kmpl.
- Bajaj 'Qute' unveiled at Global Launch
Bajaj Auto has launched its first quadricycle, the RE 60 (Qute) at approximately $2000. RE 60 was first showcased at the 2012 Auto Expo in Delhi and is being termed as a quadricycle and not a car.
- Spied: Bajaj RE60 Quadricycle- All Set to Launch
Launch ready RE60 quadricycle was spied testing right outside company's manufacturing facility in Pune. Bajaj has managed to procure permissions that helps the Indian automaker comply to legal red-tapes and launch its RE60 quadricycle in India. The vehicle is all set to be launched in India on September 25th. RE60 will be India’s first ever quadricycle and will feature a 216 cc single-cylinder DTS-i petrol engine as a power-plant. The engine will be mated to a 4-speed manual gearbox. The quadricyle will be capable of producing around 20bhp, which also happens to be roughly similar to power outputs delivered by the Pulsar NS and RS motorcycles. Due to the poor power-to-weight ratio, the fuel efficiency has dropped down to around 35 kmpl.