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Bajaj Chetak

Bajaj Chetak starting price is Rs. 95,998 in India. Bajaj Chetak is available in 6 variant and 5 colours.
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95,998 - 1.56 Lakhs*
*Ex-showroom price
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Bajaj Chetak Key Specs
Battery Capacity2.8-3.2 kWh
Max Speed63-73 kmph
Range113-127 km
Charging time4.30-6 Hours
Available Colours

About Bajaj Chetak

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  • Bajaj Chetak 2901 launched at ₹95,998, gets 123 km of range
  • More affordable Bajaj Chetak variant launch in May, priced around ₹1 lakh
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    Bajaj Chetak Variants & Price

    Bajaj Chetak price starts at ₹ 95,998 and goes up to ₹ 1.56 Lakhs (Ex-showroom). Bajaj Chetak comes in 6 variants. Bajaj Chetak's top variant is Premium-Tecpac.

    95,998*
    63 Kmph
    123 Km
    98,998*
    63 Kmph
    123 Km
    1.23 Lakhs*
    73 Kmph
    113 Km
    1.31 Lakhs*
    73 Kmph
    127 Km
    1.47 Lakhs*
    63 Kmph
    108 Km
    1.56 Lakhs*
    73 Kmph
    127 Km
    *Disclaimer: The prices are ex-showroom price for the respective model in the selected city.
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    Bajaj Chetak Specifications and Features

    Body TypeScooter
    Battery Capacity2.8-3.2 kWh
    Charging PointYes
    Mobile ConnectivityYes
    Range113-127 km
    HeadlightLED
    Charging Time4.30-6 Hours

    Bajaj Chetak comparison with its competitors

    Model Name
    Bajaj Chetak
    Ola Electric S1 ProAther Energy 450xVida V1Simple Energy OnePURE EV Epluto 7G Max
    Price (Ex-Showroom)
    ₹95,998 - 1.56 Lakhs
    ₹1.4 - 1.47 Lakhs
    ₹1.26 - 1.29 Lakhs
    ₹97,800 - 1.26 Lakhs
    ₹1.45 - 1.5 Lakhs
    ₹1.15 Lakhs
    Expert Ratings
    -
    -
    4.5 out of 5
    4 out of 5
    -
    -
    Battery Capacity
    2.8-3.2 kWh
    4 kWh
    2.9-3.7 kWh
    3.44-3.94 kWh
    5 kwh
    2.5 kWh
    Range
    113-127 km
    181-195 km
    111-150 km
    100-110 km
    212 km/charge
    150-201 km
    Fuel Type
    Electric
    Electric
    Electric
    Electric
    Electric
    Electric
    ABS
    -
    -
    -
    -
    Yes
    -
    Transmission
    Automatic
    Automatic
    Automatic
    Automatic
    Automatic
    Automatic

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    Bajaj Chetak Expert Review

    The Chetak was Bajaj’s pioneering move into the electric mobility segment. It’s hard to think then that the Chetak has been around for four years. That’s largely because its sales and distribution haven’t been as dramatically high as its rivals. Bajaj acknowledges this and says they want to take slow but sturdy steps with the Chetak. This would explain why it's not aggressively sold at every Bajaj outlet and has its own experience centres instead. The Chetak is now completely localised unlike the first version that went on sale and in its fourth year, the electric scooter gets the much-needed set of features that were missing. But is that enough to keep up with the competition? We spent some time with the 2024 Bajaj Chetak Premium in Pune to find out.

    2024 Bajaj Chetak: Design

    The Bajaj Chetak was always a head-turner and this writer is happy to report that nothing on that front has changed, which probably is a good thing. Why fix something that’s not broken? The retro-styling is on-point with the horseshoe-shaped LED DRL, sequential LED turn indicators, multi-spoke alloy wheels and curved panels. The Chetak remains the only electric scooter to get an all-metal body and the model exudes the “built-to-last” feeling throughout. I do believe that the Chetak is the best-built Bajaj ever and the 2024 model continues to hold that position within the brand’s two-wheeler family.

    For 2024, Bajaj has added new dark grey accents on the Premium trim, instead of the brushed silver seen on the Urbane variant. The top-spec variant also gets a different floor mat and seat colour to visually distinguish the two variants apart.

    2024 Bajaj Chetak: Features

    The 2024 Bajaj Chetak has seen a bigger update on the feature front. The Premium variant now comes with a 5-inch TFT screen, a big departure from the round LCD unit that’s still available on the Urbane variant. There’s no touch functionality like Ather or Ola scooters but Bajaj says the TFT unit will be more reliable in the long run. The new screen brings more functionality with livelier colours, graphics and more features.

    Most of these features are available with the TecPac, which is an optional extra and adds Bluetooth connectivity, turn-by-turn navigation, call and SMS alerts, music and volume controls, as well as Hill Hold, which works well. The TecPac also adds the ‘Sport’ mode, which should’ve been standard on the e-scooter to be fair. Everything else has been carried over on the 2024 Chetak including the illuminated switchgear, self-cancelling indicators, reverse mode, and more.

    2024 Bajaj Chetak: Battery and Range

    The new Chetak Premium is now equipped with a bigger 3.2 kWh battery pack as against a 2.9 kWh unit seen on the Urbane. The bigger battery pack has also made way for more range at 126 km (ARAI certified), which is a healthy update over the previous 108 km. The claimed range has also gone up on the Urbane promising 113 km (ARAI certified) on a single charge, albeit from the older battery pack. Bajaj says the real-world range should be a little over 100 km, allowing users to charge the e-scooter every 2-3 days, based on their usage. Bajaj says the new battery pack is a more compact package, which has helped improve the under-seat storage space at 21 litres, 3 litres more than before. A full-size helmet won’t fit still but a small backpack, knick-knacks and more can be easily stored.

    The 2024 Chetak Premium also gets a bigger 800-watt onboard charger as opposed to a 650-watt charger on the Urbane. This essentially means you’ll need to lug just the charging cable instead of the bigger charger to charge the electric scooter, making the under-seat storage more usable.

    2024 Bajaj Chetak: Performance

    Nothing has changed on the mechanical front and the 2024 Chetak packs the same motor and power output as before. However, the top speed on the Chetak Premium has gone up to 73 kmph from 63 kmph on the Urbane. It can be increased on the latter as well with the TecPac. The Chetak was never about out-and-out performance and instead, it offers a more composed power output.

    Power delivery is sluggish in the Eco mode and the throttle has a bit of play. But the Chetak is more responsive in Sport and there’s a sense of urgency. Power delivery is quick in the latter and you will tend to stick to Sport unless it's the range that’s keeping you anxious. The regenerative braking also works better in Sport mode and will kick in easily when you get off the throttle.

    2024 Bajaj Chetak: Handling

    The Chetak continues to use the trailing-link suspension, a homage to the original scooter, while the rear gets a single shock absorber. The suspension setup comes across as wooden for the most part but the ride settles on smooth roads going over small bumps. However, the thuds will translate to your back when going over a larger pothole, especially with sharp edges. Despite the rigid suspension, the cushioning on the seat is worth taking note of and does most of the job to keep you comfortable. The ergonomics remain unchanged and the Chetak is accessible to riders of all sizes with its low seat height. The floorboard isn’t the widest and those with larger feet will find it compact.

    2024 Bajaj Chetak: Verdict

    Prices for the 2024 Bajaj Chetak now start at 1.15 lakh for the Urbane trim while the Premium trim will set you back by 1.35 lakh (ex-showroom). Prices have seen a drop on the Chetak with the latest iteration but the difference is a good 20,000 between both variants. Then there is the TecPac with the connected features that will further set you back by 8,000 on the Urbane and 9,000 on the Premium variants.

    The updates are incremental on the Bajaj Chetak and make the model more wholesome. The electric scooter effortlessly oozes style and is now more equipped to become a substantial offering in the segment. We also like how easy it is to ride one and Bajaj says the Chetak manages to attract quite a lot of attention from the women riders, as much from the male ones.

    As a standalone offering, the updates on the Chetak are a big welcome and only go on to make the model a much better offering. However, the competition is miles ahead in comparison and that’s where the Chetak falls short. We would’ve liked a higher top speed for instance and a more pliant suspension for starters. A touchscreen console would’ve also been in line with current times. So, if are looking for an effortless electric scooter that can do reasonable distances, the Chetak is easy to recommend. But if performance and tech are what you crave, there are plenty of options to look out for instead.

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    Bajaj Chetak FAQs

    The top variant of Bajaj Chetak is the Premium-Tecpac.
    The Bajaj Chetak is equipped with a robust motor with a power range of 113-127 km, it has a charging time of 430-6 Hours and a battery capacity of 2.8-3.2 kWh providing efficient and powerful performance.
    The Bajaj Chetak offers 6 variants. The lowest variant, 2901 Edition is priced at Rs. 95,998 (ex-showroom), while the top variant, Premium-Tecpac is priced at Rs. 1.56 Lakhs (ex-showroom).
    The Bajaj Chetak is an electric Scooter, powered by a high-capacity 2.8-3.2 kWh battery. It offers an impressive range of 113-127 km on a single charge.
    The Bajaj Chetak has a charging time of 430-6 Hours, making it convenient for riders to recharge the battery overnight or during work hours for a full day of riding.

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