Bajaj scooter models have been discontinued in India
Founded in 1945, Bajaj Auto Limited is a global manufacturer of two-wheelers and three-wheelers. The company is a part of Bajaj Group and is headquartered in Pune, India. Bajaj Auto had an alliance with Kawasaki which later got converted to its dealership with KTM. In 2008, the company demerged into three corporate entities- Bajaj Finserv Ltd (BFL), Bajaj Auto Ltd (BAL), and Bajaj Holdings and Investment Ltd (BHIL). Bajaj Auto Limited has production plants located at Chakan (Pune), Waluj (near Aurangabad) and Pantnagar in Uttarakhand. The company is the second largest manufacturer of motorcycles in India and holds the position of the sixth largest motorcycle manufacturer in the world. Starting off with the making of Vespa 150 scooters, Bajaj Auto Limited became a public limited company in 1960.
The company entered the Indian market with a wide range of scooter models including the ‘Priya’, ‘Chetak’ and ‘Super’ brands. While the modern generation is crazy behind stylish motorcycles, there is still that strong and efficient Bajaj scooter that looks after the middle-aged and old-aged people. Keeping the needs and expectations of youngsters in mind, the company has also produced a wide variety of stylish and reliable scooters.
Some of the most popular and affordable models of Bajaj scooters in India are Bajaj Kristal, Bajaj Fusion, Bajaj Wave, Bajaj Chetak 4S, Bajaj Legend NXT 2, Bajaj Saffire, Bajaj Spirit etc. While these models are no longer into production, you can still avail the used Bajaj scooter models. Bajaj Chetak is one of the most famous models from the company’s scooter segment. Named after the legendary horse of Maharana Pratap Singh, the scooter has an attractive look and delivers a power-packed performance.
Bajaj scooters envelop an air-cooled engine with an engine displacement ranging from 100-150 cc. The top speed is around 85 kmph while the mileage ranges from 35-45 kmpl. The scooters feature drum brakes at both the ends. Some of the models like Bajaj Kristal have an electric start option as well. Bajaj scooters come with a single seat that is comfortable enough for the daily commute.
When it comes to the price, Bajaj scooters prove to be economical and extremely light on the pocket. The company is famous for its affordable scooter line-up and continues to be a preferred choice for riders who wish for a simple yet reliable scooter in a low-price range. The most popular model from the company, i.e. Bajaj Chetak comes with a price of INR 25,000- 32,000. However, as almost all models are discontinued, you can avail used Bajaj Scooters. The price of used Bajaj Scooters ranges from INR 5,000-28,000.
The list of upcoming Bajaj scooters might include the new Bajaj Chetak which is expected to enter into the Indian automobile market soon. With this new Bajaj scooter model in the estimated price range of INR 58,000-60,000, the company aims at attracting a large number of buyers.