India’s smallest car Bajaj Qute Lauched at Price 2.48 Lakh

Bajaj Qute is a  quadricycle,   smaller than Tata Nano with Top speed of 70 KMPH and fuel efficiency  of 43 km/l.

Today Bajaj Auto has launched countries first quadricycle model Qute in Maharashtra at 2.48 Lakh ( ex-showroom). Bajaj Qute is designed to target the middle class audience to provide economical daily drive in city traffic or intercity application. Qute has a 4-valve water cooled DTSi engine with closed loop fuel injection system and with light weight 216 cc engine.

Engine –

  • Four stroke, twin spark-ignition, single cylinder, liquid cooled
  • Capacity:216.6 cc
  • Max Engine Output:8.08 KW (CNG) & 9.70 KW (Petrol)] @ 5500 RPM (at crankshaft)
  • Max Torque:16.1 Nm (CNG) & 18.9 Nm (Petrol)] @ 4000 RPM (at crankshaft)
Bajaj- Qute-engine

Transmission –

Bajaj Qute is configured with 6 speed (5F+1R) constant mesh manual transmission. Qute has dash mounted sequential shift gears to provide comfort and ease while driving. The small size of the vehicle helps in navigating through city traffic and parking in tight spaces.

Dimension –

Length- 2752 mm, Width:-1312 mm, Height:-1652 mm , Wheel Base:-1925 mm; Wheel track-1143 mm. Qute’s Turning Circle Radius is only 3.5 m. 

Capacity : Qute is designed for 4 passenger (1D+3) with 20 kg storage capacity  inside front bonnet.

Performance –

Qute has maximum speed limit of 70 Kmph (at 5th gear).  You can drive Qute at  Max. Gradeability18% (10.2 degree) for CNG and 20% (11.30 degree) for Petrol in first gear.