Bajaj announces three year/50,000 km standard warranty for Chetak electric scooter. 20 Bajaj Chetak electric scooters finished the yatra that saw every scooter voyaging a distance of 3500 km. Rajiv Bajaj, Bajaj Auto MD says that the battery life of the lithium-ion units on the Chetak is around 70,000 km, and was tried crosswise over various climate conditions, territories, street surfaces and much more.
There are longer periods on offer however with Revolt Intellicorp offering a warranty time of five years/75,000 km, alongside free support benefits as long as three years/30,000 km and a battery warranty of as long as eight years/1.5 lakh km. The more similar Ather Energy offers a battery life up to 50,000 km and accompanies a year/unlimited km warranty. The Ather 450 accompanies a year warranty period.
Moreover, Bajaj likewise uncovered that the Chetak will likewise be worked at its Chakan office in Maharashtra and gets an all-female workforce on the mechanical production system. The electric scooter has a littler sequential assembly line in contrast with Bajaj’s conventional contributions, considering EV have less moving parts.
The battery can be energized to 80 percent in five hours, however doesn’t accompany quick charging. The new offering will be first propelled in Pune in January this year and costs are normal in the region of ₹ 1-1.5 lakh. The organization will keep on pitching the Chetak as a mass market offering a lot of like its ancestor, and deals will open in different urban areas in a staged way. This incorporates Bangalore, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Delhi among others.
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