Bajaj Bajaj Chetak Electric Scooter

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, most regions in India are functioning under lockdown restrictions. The past month was difficult for the entire Indian two-wheeler industry.

Although the ICE department is facing the most severe problems, sales of electric vehicles also declined enormously.

Chetak outsells iQube

However, Bajaj Chetak Electric was able to get a considerable amount of sale registrations.


Chetak accomplished 510 customers. Which overcome the sales of its closest competitor, TVS iQube, with a margin of 307 units in April 2021.

In March 2021, Bajaj sold only 90 electric scooters. Interestingly, Bajaj has experienced an excellent demand for Chetak.

Bajaj sold out the scooter within 48 hours after reopening its online bookings last month for better insight.

The reservation process is currently suspended. However interested customers can register on the official website to get notifications about the reopening of the reservation process.

In the past few months before April, TVS iQube was leading the battle against Chetak.

The latter (Bajaj Chetak) performed the best last month and had the highest sales till now.

TVS iQube and Bajaj Chetak are the only electric two-wheelers launched by mainstream ICE two-wheeler brands in India.

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