बजाजकूट ex-showroom price starts at ₹ 2.64 लाख and goes upto ₹ 2.84 लाख. The top variant बजाजकूट on road price is ₹ 3.06 लाख*. बजाज offers कूट in 2 variants
|₹ 2.64 लाख||217 cc, Petrol, Manual, 35 Km/l|
|₹ 2.84 लाख||217 cc, Petrol+CNG, Manual, 43 Km/l|
लेटेस्ट अपडेट कूट
The Bajaj Qute is India's first ever quadricycle. The overall design and utility lies somewhere between that of a three-wheeler rickshaw and a proper four-wheeler. Bajaj Auto been manufacturing the Qute in India for a while now for export markets but now, the company has finally launched it in India. The Bajaj Qute first debuted at the 2012 Auto Expo, with the production version showcased in 2016 at a special event. It was only in 2018 that the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways approved the creation of a new class of vehicles called the quadricycles which now means that the Qute is finally road legal in the country and can be used for both commercial and personal use.
The Bajaj Qute is powered by a 216 cc, single-cylinder, twin-spark engine which is available as a mono-fuel version. That means, you can either get it in petrol form, or CNG, not both. The petrol version puts out around 13 bhp at 5500 rpm and 18.9 Nm at 4,000 rpm. Bajaj reckons the CNG variant will be the bigger seller. The CNG variant puts out just over 10 bhp of power and around 16 Nm of peak torque, and the engine is paired to a five-speed gearbox. The Bajaj Qute offers better weather protection, it's frugal to run, and most importantly, convenient to drive and use in crowded areas. The Bajaj Qute is priced at Rs. 2.64 lakh for the petrol version, and Rs. 2.84 lakh (all prices ex-showroom, Maharashtra) for the CNG variant.
बजाजकूट mileage is 35 to 43 Km/l, as per ARAI. The Manual Petrol engine has a mileage of 35 Km/l. The Manual Petrol+CNG engine has a mileage of 43 Km/l.
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बजाजकूट एक्सपर्ट रिव्यू
Initially, the Bajaj Qute was manufactured by Bajaj Auto for export purposes and is the first quadricycle launched by India. The company also launched this model in India on April 18, 2019. The Bajaj Qute had made its debut at the Auto Expo 2012. Its production version was showcased at an event specially organised in the year 2016. The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, 2018 approved the production of quadricycles. Quadricycles is a new class in the vehicles section that can be used for both personal and commercial purposes. The Bajaj Qute engine is a twin-spark that is powered by a single-cylinder having a displacement of 216 cc. The model has a mono-fuel capacity that means it either comes with CNG or petrol version, but not both. As per the ARAI, the mileage of Bajaj Qute ranges from 35 to 43 Kmpl. The mileage of the Petrol engine (manual version) is 35 Kmpl. Both Manual versions of CNG and Petrol engines give 43 Kmpl mileage.
The top features of Bajaj Qute are USB support, 12V accessory socket, FM player (two speakers), an indicator of gear position, vents for air direction around windows for ventilation. The Bajaj Qute is available in four solid colours- Red, Blue, Yellow, and Green. The model offers a seating capacity for four people. It has a 4 Speed gearbox. The total number of doors in Bajaj Qute is five.
The dimensions of Bajaj Qute are as follows:
Length - 2752 mm
Height – 1652 mm
Width - 1312 mm
Wheelbase – 1925 mm
Aesthetically it is not appealing but is more functional than other vehicles in the market. It has a toy-car appeal which is available in vibrant colours. The car has a narrow-body with a high roof. The alloy wheels are 12 inches and the body of the vehicle is made of plastic and sheet metal. The pillars and roof of the car are made of steel.
The interior of the car has features like an analogue speedometer, adjustable seat for driver only, vertical vents to provide ventilation, storage space is generous, stylish bright lights, steering wheel rack, reverse lamps, tail lamps, wiper motor, and indicator lamp at the side, etc. There is also a small digital screen on the dashboard that gives information about fuel gauge, time, odometer, and selected gear. There are no air-conditioning and blowers available in the model. People looking for an upgrade of auto-rickshaw can opt for the Bajaj Qute. It also has seat belts for both passengers and drivers. Grab handles are also present for passenger and co-driver.
The performance of Bajaj Qute is better than auto-rickshaws. Its frame type is Monocoque Chassis. The engine is smaller than a motorcycle with a single-cylinder. But it has nice torque and gains momentum without any trouble. It makes commuting between small towns and cities delightful and easy. The parking spots and sharp u-turns can also be done quite smoothly. The top speed that can be reached is 70 kmph. It can also drive well on broken terrain. It is a convenient ride for customers looking for commuting long distances. Even though it does not have all the latest features of a usual car, it still manages to be a comfortable ride and popular in rural regions.
The two variants of Bajaj Qute are as follows:
Some of the key safety features of Bajaj Qute are:
The doors provide weather protection and safety.
Halogen headlamps (large) give better visibility.
Single wiper comes along with washing system.
Large widescreen provides visibility and safety.
For suspension, it has a telescopic hydraulic shock absorber.
Provides a comfortable ride because of the softer bump stoppers.
It also provides a child safety lock.
Gives low fuel warning.
The Bajaj Qute prices are mentioned below:
For Petrol version- Rs. 2.64 lakh.
For CNG version- Rs. 2.84 lakh (ex-showroom) in Maharashtra.
Pros & Cons of कूट
Gear changing is easier because of the sequential gearbox.
Gives 36 kmpl of high mileage.
The cost price is lesser than any other conventional car in the market.
lack of safety features
Space at the rear seat
Final Verdict on कूट
The new quadricycle, Bajaj Qute has been launched for low running costs. Especially for those who cannot afford an expensive car for daily commuting. The additional maintenance costs are a bigger burden that makes Bajaj Qute a perfect choice because of its low maintenance cost.
बजाजकूट के कलर्स
What is the On-Road & Ex Showroom Price of Bajaj Qute?Bajaj Qute ex-showroom price in New Delhi starts at Rs. 2.64 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 2.84 Lakh. The Bajaj Qute on road price in New Delhi is Rs. 3.05 Lakh.
What is the mileage of Bajaj Qute?As for the claimed fuel efficiency, the Bajaj Qute base Petrol+CNG returns 43.00 Kmpl, whereas its base Petrol counterpart gives 35.00 Kmpl.
What is the Seating capacity of Bajaj Qute?Bajaj Qute has a seating capacity of 4 people.
What are the Top variants of Bajaj Qute?Bajaj Qute comes with total 2 variants. CNG, Petrol are the most popular ones.
Which car is better between Qute vs Nano?The price of Qute starts at Rs. 2.64 Lakh (ex showroom) and the Nanos price starts from Rs. 2.36 Lakh. Get detailed comparison between Qute and Nano on the basis of specifications, mileage, price & others.
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