According to the latest details available, Bajaj Auto is set to launch the BS6-compliant Qute in Nepal by 2022. Bajaj Qute was showcased for the first time in 2015 and It was launched back in 2019. The Qute is a small four-wheeled vehicle which is available in both petrol and CNG engines. Bajaj Qute is a Quadricycles that have become the new class in vehicles that can get used for both commercials as well as personal purposes. Bajaj is also set to launch Qute by 2022 in the Nepalese market.
Talking about the engine, Bajaj Qute is powered by a 216.6 cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, twin-spark ignition engine. The CNG variant generates 10.9 hp of max power and 16.1 Nm of max torque while the petrol variant makes 13 hp of max power and 18.9 Nm of max torque. Both the versions of CNG and Petrol engines offer 43 Kmpl of mileage. The engine is mated to a manual gearbox with five forward and one reverse gear. According to the company, this is expected to be the same in BS6 variants.
The top features on BS6 Bajaj Qute include a 12V accessory socket, USB support, FM player having two speakers, vents for the air directly around the windows, and an indicator of the gear position. The car also includes an adjustable seat for the driver, an analog speedometer, vertical vents for ventilation, storage space, stylish lights, reverse lamps, a steering wheel rack, a wiper motor, tail lamps, and the indicator lamp at the sides. It also gets a small digital screen that provides information concerning time, fuel gauge, selected gear, and odometer.
Bajaj Qute is available in a total of four solid colors, including Blue, Red, Green, and Yellow. The model has a seating capacity for four people. The company is also working on the electric Qute which is under the brand’s plan of launching three-wheeler electric vehicles in the Nepalese market very soon. Bajaj Qute BS6 variants are expected to be priced close to the existing BS4 variants. The Nepalese market price will be revealed upon its launch. Once launched in Nepal, it will compete with the likes of Maruti Suzuki Alto 800, Renault Kwid, and the Maruti Suzuki S-Presso.