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Bajaj Chetak Electric Scooter Price, Specs, Range [2022]

The electric vehicle market is rapidly growing, and this shift towards renewable energy is likely to make sense in India, where pollution is a major issue. Bajaj is one of the first major companies to enter the field of electric scooters. Bajaj Chetak electric scooter is an eco-friendly two-wheeler and can be recharged conveniently.

Bajaj Chetak

The Bajaj Chetak Electric scooter is available within India on January 14th, 2020. It is among the most anticipated electric scooters sold in India and signifies that the future is now.

There are some essential points to consider if you intend to purchase this splendid scooter are as follows.


  • Chetak is competing with the OLA S1 Pro, Ather 450X, TVS iQube in the high-end electric scooter market.
  • The bookings are now open for 20 Indian cities across India.
  • Bajaj Chetak has two variants: Urbane and Premium.

Bajaj Chetak Electric Scooter

In the past two decades, after Bajaj was transitioning from scooters and focused on motorcycles, it re-entered the scooter market with Chetak in 2020.

In the initial phase of its launch, Chetak electric scooter was available only in Pune and Bengaluru. Since then, the company has constantly expanded the presence of Chetak in new cities and states.

Booking for the Chetak are open in additional 12 cities including Madurai, Kochi, Kozhikode, Coimbatore, Hubli, Nashik, Vasai, Surat, Visakhapatnam, Delhi and Mapusa during the first six weeks of the calendar year.

Bajaj Chetak Electric Scooter Specs

ColourVelluto Russo( Red),
Indigo Metallic,
Hazelnut,Citrus Rush,
Brooklyn Black,
Cyber White
Range90 Km
Battery Capacity3 kWh
Charging Time5 Hrs
Fast ChargingYES
4 hrs
Battery TypeLithium-Ion
Motor Power4 kW
Max Torque16 Nm
Top Speed90 Kmph
Length1970 mm
Height1145 mm
Kerb Weight100 kg
Ground Clearance170 mm
Braking SystemCBS
Front BrakeDisc
Rear BrakeDrum
Wheel TypeAlloy


The majority of the praise from the scooter is due to its sophisticated and well-sound design. It is a retro-themed scooter with an all-metal body. It is spacious enough to allow one person to sit comfortably.

It’s a stylish, classy, and chic model, like a Vespa. The design and style inferences are apparent since the gasoline-powered Chetak was an ancestor of that Vespa 150 of the time.

Bajaj certainly has done an excellent job blending vintage charm with modern design nuances, such as the C luggage hook attached to the seat or the triangular rearview mirrors mounted on thin metal stalks.

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The black piano switches are of the highest quality. The brushed metal bezel that surrounds the LED headlight as well as LCD information panel adds to the elegance of the scooter.

The Scooter rides on 12 inches alloy wheels and has outstanding finishing. It is also a feature that is a Bluetooth connection. The ride can connect his mobile via the application to access information about the ride’s data.

Color Options: It comes with 6 vibrant colors like, Velluto Russo( Red), Indigo Metallic, Hazelnut, Citrus Rush, Brooklyn Black, Cyber White.


The powertrain is available in two driving modes that are Eco and Sport and a reverse assistance mode. The scooter boasts a range of 95km when in Eco mode’ and 85km in Sport mode. 

The reverse gear can reach speeds of 3km/hour.


Bajaj Chetak has two variants: Urbane and Premium. The former comes with a front drum brake and is available in two colors, white and yellow.

There are four colors available on the Premium version: beige, black, blue, red, and blue. The Premium model has an in-front disc, whereas the ‘Urbane’ version has a front drum brake.


The power rating of the motor has been set at 4.kW (peak) as well as 3.8kW (continuous) and 16nm of peak torque.

Bajaj Chetak Electric Scooter Speed

The top speed of the Chetak is at 60 kmph, which is impressive. But, Bajaj claims that the lower top speed can help increase the life of the lithium-ion 3kWh battery pack.


In terms of the powertrain, Bajaj Chetak comes with an electric motor. It gets its energy from the 3kWh IP67 lithium-ion battery. Bajaj claims that the battery will last around 70,000km before replacing. The single-sided swingarm is powered by a 4.08kW-producing (peak power) brushless DC motor.

Charging Time

Bajaj Chetak can get fully charged through a traditional 5A power socket within five hours, whereas a 25 percent charge is completed in less than one hour.

Bajaj Chetak

Brakes & Suspension

With front disc brakes and rear drum brakes, Bajaj Chetak has a combined braking system that integrates both wheels.

Bajaj Chetak has Leading-link suspension with 90/90 R12 front tyres and Monoshock suspensions that have 100/90 R12 rear tires. It comes with an alloy wheel.


Bajaj will offer a three-year or 50,000km guarantee (whichever is the earlier) on the Chetak with the battery. Its battery is claimed to last for 70,000 km, and its maintenance interval is at least every 12,000km, or for a year.


Bajaj has equipped the electronic scooter with many unique features such as,

  • A reverse assist mode
  • Onboard Intelligent
  • Battery Management System (IBMS)
  • Geo-fencing is a basic method of geo-tagging.
  • Turn-by-turn navigation.
  • It is also possible to connect up your phone to the scooter for control of your music while on the move
  • Storage compartment located in the front apron , where you can put your charging cables of Chetak and you mobile if you want to charge it while on the go
  • Keyless ignition

Bajaj Chetak Electric Scooter Price

The cost of Bajaj Chetak starts at Rs. 1.00 Lakh and goes upto 1.15 lakh. Bajaj Chetak is offered in two variations, Urbane and the most expensive model Chetak Premium which comes at an estimated cost for 1.15L. 


When it comes to competitors, the e-scooter will be in a position to compete with models such as The Ather 450 and the Okinawa i-Praise, which are among the best electrical scooter segment.


  • Has a decent riding range
  • Instrument cluster looks futuristic
  • Reverse gear is shifted
  • Good build and paint quality

Could Be Better

  • The cost was a bit high
  • Bajaj doesn’t have their own charge points
  • Ride at speed is somewhat harsh.
  • Speedometer is hard to read in bright sunlight

Final Word

Although Chetak is a highly well-equipped scooter, its price renders it inaccessible to a large portion of electric vehicle buyers. There is no sign of a price increase; it is likely to be that Bajaj continues to market Chetak as a premium lifestyle EV product.

It is possible that playing the numbers game with Chetak isn’t the top priority for the company right now. Bajaj may launch a brand new, affordable mass-market product in the future.