The Bajaj Chetak 2901 is the cheapest Chetak variant priced at Rs 95,998 (ex-sh, Bengaluru, with EMPS (Electric Mobility Promotion Scheme 2024) subsidy)

The Bajaj Chetak 2901 is the cheapest Chetak variant priced at Rs 95,998 (ex-sh, Bengaluru, with EMPS (Electric Mobility Promotion Scheme 2024) subsidy)

The base variant of the Chetak has a claimed range of 123km, which is more than Urbane’s 113km

The higher range is mostly likely due to a lower top speed of 63kmph as compared to 73kmph top speed on the Premium and Urbane variant

Bajaj claims the cheapest Chetak’s battery can be fully charged in 6 hours

The optional TecPac, which costs Rs 3000 more, adds a reverse mode, a Sports riding mode, call and music control, ‘follow-me-home’ lights, and Bluetooth app connectivity

The Chetak 2901 has only the eco mode as standard

The base Chetak variant gets a circular colour LCD screen even with the TecPac

The cheapest Chetak only gets drum brakes on both wheels

Suspension is taken care of by a single-sided link-type unit at the front and a rear monoshock.

Even at this price, the base Chetak has a full metal body

Here’s everything you need to know about the cheapest Chetak