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Updated Bajaj Chetak Premium Launched At Rs 1,35,463: Gets Larger Battery, Higher range
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Updated Bajaj Chetak Premium Launched At Rs 1,35,463: Gets Larger Battery, Higher range

News by Team Drivio | 5th Jan 24

The revised Premium variant of Bajaj Chetak has arrived hot at the heels of Bajaj Chetak Urbane, which was launched in December 2023 at Rs 1.15 lakh.

  • The Bajaj Chetak Premium now costs almost Rs 20,000 more than before.
  • It gets a larger 3.2kWh battery, claiming a 127 km range – the highest offered by Chetak ever. 
  • It gets a new 5-inch TFT instrument console, while also being offered with the optional TecPac that adds more features for Rs 9,000.

After launching the more affordable Urbane variant at Rs 1.15 lakh last month, Bajaj Auto has launched the updated version of the Premium variant of the Chetak electric scooter. The updated Bajaj Chetak Premium variant is now priced at Rs 1,35,463 – almost Rs 20,000 more than before and is offered in three colour options – Hazelnut, Indigo Blue and Brooklyn Black. 

SpecificationsBajaj Chetak Premium
Battery3.2kWh
Maximum range127 km (IDC-claimed)
Top speed73 kmph

Compared to the Urbane variant of Bajaj Chetak, the more expensive Premium variant gets a few additional features. The most noteworthy change in this revised range-topping variant is the addition of an all-new 5-inch TFT instrument console, which replaces the coloured LCD rounded screen offered in the Urbane variant. The 650W charger provided with the scooter takes 4 hours and 30 minutes to fully charge the battery. 

Other features offered in the Bajaj Chetak Premium include “eco” and “reverse” riding modes, self-cancelling turn indicators, an electronic handle lock and a seat opening switch. This new variant of Bajaj Chetak can also be equipped with an optional TecPac package. Costing a premium of Rs 9,000, it adds a few more goodies like sequential turn indicators, full app connectivity, Bluetooth connectivity, turn-by-turn navigation, hill hold control, “sport” riding mode and display modes for the instrument console.

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