Bajaj Chetak

Bajaj Chetak

1.15 - 1.35 Lakh
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Bajaj Chetak Overview

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Battery Range

108 - 126 Km/Full Charge

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Charging Time

4 Hours 30 Mins/4 Hours 50 Mins/5 Hours



100 Kg




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What's New?

Bajaj has launched the updated Chetak Premium at a starting price of Rs 1.35 lakh (ex-showroom). The 2024 Chetak Premium receives some notable updates including a marginally larger battery pack, longer range and additional features. At its current price, the updated Chetak Premium now costs about Rs 20,000 more than the recently introduced Chetak Urbane.

Starting with the features, the Chetak Premium now gets a 5-inch TFT display for the instrument cluster. An optional TecPac enhances this from a monochrome display on the standard Chetak Premium to a colour screen with access to turn-by-turn (TBT) navigation, music controls, call alerts, and even letting users personalise the theme. The TecPac also adds hill hold control to the feature list while reverse mode is standard on the Premium variant.

Coming to the mechanicals, the Chetak Premium gets a larger 3.2 kWh battery pack – up from 2.9 kWh – bumping up range from 108 km to 127 km (ARAI certified). Top speed too has been bumped up from 63 kmph to 73 kmph. As before the Chetak Premium comes with an 800 W on-board charger that can add up to 15.6 km of range with a 30-minute charge.

Moving to the design, the 2024 Chetak Premium gets some cosmetic tweaks over the 2023 model. Many silver trim elements from the outgoing model have been replaced by blacked-out elements such as the headlamp surround, indicator surround, grab handle garnish and even the wheels.

Specifications & Features

Explore an in-depth overview of the Bajaj Chetak specifications and features, offering comprehensive details on its engine, fuel efficiency, mileage, brakes, max power, and tyre. Additionally, gain insights into the bike's advanced safety features.




108 - 126 Km/Full Charge



Max Torque

20.00 Nm


90/90 - 30.48(12) 54J/ 90/90 - 30.48(12) 54J

  • c&b iconRetractable Luggage Hook
  • c&b iconGlove Box
  • c&b iconElectronic Switches
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  • c&b iconEco and Sport
  • c&b iconFuel Warning Indicator
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  • c&b iconLow Battery Indicator

Bajaj Chetak Expert Review

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  • Excellent build quality
  • Good performance
  • Nice ride quality


  • Could have had better range
  • Expensive
  • Could have had more features

The Chetak certainly is a fitting tribute to a legendary name from Bajaj. In electric form, it's quite a likeable scooter, and it comes across as a well-built, well-finished scooter with all the features and gizmos associated with a new-age electric scooter. The only drawback for now, is its availability, but that's something which is likely to change over the next year or so. Its design is its biggest strength, coupled with its easy rideability


The Bajaj Chetak gives you that nostalgia, that familiar feel. It is Bajaj’s legendary name, a fitting tribute that brings back pleasant memories and arouses that fuzzy and familiar feeling. In fact, it is a brand name, so classic that immediately takes you back to the time when these humble two-strokes dominated the Indian cities, leaving behind a plume of thick smoke and the familiar thrum exhaust sound. Coming to the present time, Chetak comes across a well-finished and well-built machine having all the gizmos of a modern-day electric scooter. Bajaj steps into the realm of electric motorcycles in India by resurrecting the Chetak that once ruled a million hearts as a reliable workhorse. 

How is the design? 

Bajaj Chetak in the form of a new e-scooter comes across to be rather contemporary and chic. Besides Vespa, the Chetak is one of the most iconic motorcycles and its appearance alone can pique attention. There is an intrinsic flow to its elegance, a kind of a grace to the honed lines curving around the sleek bodywork. It is indeed a piece of beauty. The LED DRL carefully integrated in the primary headlight, the single-piece rear portion and the faux grill found on its front apron results in an unconventional appearance, devoid of unpleasant panel gaps. The tail lamps come along with the dynamic and integrated turn indicators which add to the beauty of the scooter. Some of the features may vary depending on the variant you buy, but what remains unchanged in either variant is the touch of premium and sense of quality. The chic appeal resonates with Bajaj’s classic trajectory and the glossy paint finish on the body complements the exterior ergonomics. While the older Chetak resembled the Vespa, this new e-scooter has a design language of its own. 

How is the performance?

Of course, when riding this new e-scooter you will not be reminded of that old, noisy machine. This scooter paves the way for the future of electronic mobility in India. The emotional chord associated with the mechanical sound produced by its manual transmission is lost to electricity. This modern-day scooter is propelled by a 4.1 kW of motor that generates a peak torque of 16 N and will give you a totally different feel in reality, despite when it does not look like a big figure on paper. Chetak, in its new avatar, picks up a pretty quick pace once the throttle is opened, making it easy to manoeuvre in city traffic. There are two modes of riding- sports and eco, alters the scooter’s urgency as it surges ahead. The ‘Integrated Charging Unit’ comes with a sensor for detecting the position of the throttle when run on eco mode. Every time, the grip is twisted beyond 85%, its system detects the demand for extra power and immediately shifts to sports mode. This transition is best felt while overtaking in city traffic or climbing a bridge. The automatic switching between the two modes saves you from the pain of manually controlling the modes. It dashes ahead with a top speed of 69 kmph and while this is okay for most streets, the main roads in Delhi and Mumbai host fast-moving traffic making you feel like the top speed could have been between 75-80 kmpl. While the electronic Chetak performs rather decently, it is not very exciting or thrilling when compared to Ather 450X. Chetan is rather inclined towards practicality and serves its reserved purpose of a reliable workhorse or a daily runabout.  

How does the Bajaj Chetak ride? 

The suspension setup of the Chetak is similar to the 110 cc scooters; however, the set-up of the front trailing link has its own drawbacks. The ride quality is fine over a few speed breakers and undulations, the scooter tends to thrudd over sharpo potholes or large expansion gaps. Besides, the set-up and position of the suspension is pliant making the scooter ride like a regular small-capacity, petrol-powered machine. It is very well planted on the ground around corners and bends, giving you a pretty good grip from the MRF wheels on both ends. 

How comfortable is the Bajaj Chetak? 

The new electronic Chetak has been given an ergonomic stance that comes along with a familiar wide and comfortable seat. It complies with the basic industry standard when it comes to comfort. Talking about the suspension, you already know that Chetak gets a leading link at the front so that moderate impacts coming from potholes and speed breakers are negated or reduced to bare minimum and it does its job well. Bajaj, however, did not live up to the expectation for at least single-channel ABS and instead provided a combined-braking mechanism upon inspecting its internal anatomy. The body weight is light and has its own advantages such as decent handling and easy passes. When it comes to comfort, you can expect the similar feeling that the old Chetak gave you. 

How's the tech? 

Technology is Bajaj’s unique selling proposition and the brand has done the same with this new e-scooter, trapped in its older fame. Bajaj never shies away from trying out new specifications, be it the AI integrated features or the full LCD screen positioned between the handlebars. The interface of the LCD screen provides easy navigation and clear visibility with a simple black-and white theme. It comes with a Bluetooth connection, but all the associated features may not be present in all the variants. The battery in this scooter promises 95 km on the eco mode and 85 km on the sports mode. It takes a total of 5 hours to charge this machine. 

How's the mileage of the Bajaj Chetak? 

The battery in the Bajaj Chetak promises 95 km/charge on the eco mode and 85 km/charge on the sports mode.

Is the Bajaj Chetak good value for money? 

Chetak has an emotional connection and a huge reputation among Indian riders and it is all about the faith that the company has invested in it. The transition of this scooter from petrol to electricity feels premium and natural. If you are looking for an electrical ride with a premium feel, go for it. 

How is the after sales service? 

The Chetak is given a 15000 km of service in batches and while some of the first few services are free of cost, the followings are chargeable. It gets a warranty of 3 years or 5000 km and the battery has an estimated lifespan of about 70,000 km. 

Which scooters compete in this segment? 

Some of the other scooters that compete in the same segment as Chetak are TVS iQube, Ather450X, Aprilia SXR 125 and Revolt RV 400. 

Verdict (Value for money)

This scooter promises quality and premium-ness. It is a daily use scooter with a pretty impressive battery backup. Overall, this scooter is a value for money.

Bajaj Chetak Price List (Variant Wise)

Bajaj Chetak price starting from 1.15 Lakh. Bajaj offers Chetak in 4 variants.


Ex-Showroom Price


Chetak Urbane 2024
Starts at
₹ 1.15 Lakh
Electric, 113 KM/L,
Chetak Premium 2023 Edition
Starts at
₹ 1.2 Lakh
Electric, 108 KM/L,
Chetak Tecpac
Starts at
₹ 1.23 Lakh
Electric, 113 KM/L,
Chetak Premium 2024
Starts at
₹ 1.35 Lakh
Electric, 126 KM/L,

Bajaj Chetak EMI Calculator

Ex-Showroom Price
₹ 1.15 L

Loan Amount

1.15 L



Duration (3 years)

3 years

EMI ₹ 3,792
For 3 Year @11.5%* Interest Rate

*Interest rate may vary subject to your credit score.

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Bajaj Chetak On-Road Price In India

Explore Bajaj Chetak pricing in India's major cities. Bajaj Chetak price starts from 1.15 Lakh.

CityOn-Road Price
New Delhi₹ 1,21,790
Mumbai₹ 1,25,240
Bangalore₹ 1,21,790
Hyderabad₹ 1,27,540
Chennai₹ 1,21,790
Kolkata₹ 1,18,750
Ahmedabad₹ 1,24,090

Bajaj Chetak Mileage

Km/Full Charge
93 %
Better mileage than other Scooter
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Bajaj Chetak Colours

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Bajaj Chetak is available in 7 different colors namely Satin Black, Matte Coarse Grey, Matte Caribbean Blue, Velluto Russo, Indigo Metallic, Hazelnut & Brooklyn Black.

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Battery Type
lithium-ionLithium-ion3.5 kWh Lithium-ionLithium-ion Battery3.3 kWh Lithium-ion (Detachable Battery)Li-ion
Battery Range
108 - 126 Km/Full Charge143 Km/FullCharge150-201 Km/FullCharge125 Km/FullCharge139km Km/FullCharge120 Km/FullCharge
Charging Time
4 Hours 30 Mins,4 Hours 50 Mins,5 Hours5 Hours 15 Mins4 Hours 30 Mins4 to 5 hours5 hours
Fast Charging Time
1.2 km/minN/AN/AN/AN/A
Kerb Weight
100 Kg124 Kg101 Kg99 Kg150 Kg121 Kg
Max Torque
20.00 bhp25.00 NmN/AN/AN/A26.00 Nm
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Bajaj Chetak FAQs

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  • The seat height of the Bajaj Chetak is 770 mm, which is a comfortable height for most riders. The low seat height also makes it easy for riders to put their feet on the ground while stopping.
  • The seat of the Bajaj Chetak is designed for city riding and is comfortable for short to medium rides. However, it may not be as comfortable for long rides as it lacks additional cushioning or backrest for the rider.
  • The Bajaj Chetak does not feature a backrest, but the pillion seat is designed to provide good comfort and support for the passenger. The seat is also large enough to accommodate a pillion rider comfortably.
  • The Bajaj Chetak has a 4.08 kW electric motor that delivers a smooth and responsive power delivery. The motor is designed for city riding and provides good acceleration and torque.
  • The maximum power output of the Bajaj Chetak is 5.36 horsepower, which is equivalent to 4.08 kW. The motor provides good performance for city riding and can easily reach the bike's top speed.
  • The top speed of the Bajaj Chetak is around 70 km/h, which is a respectable speed for an electric scooter.
  • The design philosophy behind the Bajaj Chetak is to create a modern, electric scooter that retains the iconic design elements of the original Bajaj Chetak, which was a popular scooter in India in the 1970s and 1980s. The design team aimed to create a scooter that would appeal to both traditionalists and modernists, while also incorporating sustainable materials and manufacturing practices.
  • The key design features of the Bajaj Chetak include a sleek and elegant design, a tubular steel frame, a cast aluminum swingarm, a trailing link front suspension, and a single-sided rear suspension. The scooter also features LED lighting, a digital instrument console, and a unique horseshoe-shaped LED headlight.
  • The design team balanced traditional design elements with modern technology in the Bajaj Chetak by incorporating classic styling cues such as the round headlight and the contoured body panels, while also integrating modern features such as LED lighting and a digital instrument console. The team also used sustainable materials such as steel, aluminum, and plastic in the construction of the scooter.