More affordable Bajaj e-scooter spotted testing

Bajaj was one of the first major manufacturers to enter the electric two-wheeler space in India with its Chetak e-scooter. But in its Premium variant, the Chetak costs a considerable Rs 1.87 lakh (ex-showroom, Pune, before subsidies). Even after the FAME-II and state subsidies, it will set you back by around Rs 1.23 lakh (on-road, Pune), which is a fairly significant amount of money for a vehicle that essentially only provides short-distance urban transportation. The company appears to be aware of this and is working on a more affordable e-scooter…

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