Bajaj Auto Limited is one of the oldest and most trustable names in the automobile industry of India. The home-grown auto giant is the world’s largest three-wheeler manufacturer. It came into existence on 29 November 1944, when the founder Jamnalal Bajaj launched this company as M/s Bachraj Trading Corporation Private Limited. After establishing itself firmly in the two-wheeler segment with the introduction of top-selling bikes like Pulsar, Platina, Discover, and Avenger, it forayed into the commercial vehicle spectrum with the launch of Bajaj Maxima in 2016. It is one of the most affordable and reliable three-wheeled cargo carrier in India. Most budding entrepreneurs and small-scale transporters prefer Bajaj Maxima for the last mile connectivity thanks to its excellent in-class mileage and load-bearing capability.
Caring for the masses is one of the core values of Bajaj. The oldest plant of this automobile company at Akurdi in Pune has been named as ‘Ahead’ and transformed into the Research and development (R&D) centre. Bajaj endeavours to develop vehicles which abide by emission norms. It is the reason they have introduced CNG variant in Maxima equipped with BS-IV compliant engine. They also offer outstanding after-sales services for the convenience of customers.Read More
Bajaj trucks price in India starts from ₹ 1.95 lacs. It has only one model available in India: Maxima C
|Bajaj Maxima C||from ₹ 1.95 lacs|
Bajaj maintains only one goods carrier in its fleet- Bajaj Maxima C. The cost of this commercial vehicle starts from around Rs 1.95 lakhs and reaches till Rs 2 lakhs. This three-wheeled goods carrier is available in two variants- BAJAJ CNG and BAJAJ RE. The vehicle comes with a deck body equipped with a day cabin having D+1 configuration. Unlike the conventional steering present in most of the light commercial vehicles (LCV), you can find a handlebar for manoeuvring the Maxima. It is an excellent mini goods carrier for transporting goods from wholesalers to retailers.
Bajaj understands that mileage is a crucial parameter in determining the sales of commercial vehicles. They engineer their automobiles to provide maximum in-class mileage. You can expect a mileage of 33-35 kmpl in Bajaj Maxima C. Powering this truck is a BS-IV compliant four-stroke single-cylinder 447cc engine churning out a maximum power of 8.88 bhp @ 3400 rpm and a peak torque of 23 Nm @ 2000 rpm. The cargo carrier can attain a maximum speed of 50 kmph. The CNG configuration of Maxima C remains equipped with a powerful 199cc four-stroke mill and delivers a slightly higher power of 9.38 bhp @ 5500 rpm. It also offers a mileage of 33 to 35 km/kg of CNG. Both the configuration are favourite cargo-carriers in their segment.
Bajaj Maxima C- the only pickup truck from Bajaj comes with a maximum payload bearing capability of 452 kilograms. The gross vehicle weight (GVW) of this vehicle is 990 kilograms, and it comes with a kerb weight of 538 kilograms. It is an excellent goods carrier for small scale entrepreneurs and budding transporters. You can easily transport agricultural products like fruits and vegetables, and FMCG goods to the market through this truck.
Bajaj Auto offers one of the best after-sales services in India. Customers can enjoy 100 per cent free first service where no charges get levied for labour or consumables on auto owners. The manufacturer also offers a warranty of 1,00,000 km run of the vehicle, which is about five times higher than its nearest competitor. In addition to this, there is an extra warranty of 1 year or 40000 km at an economical charge if the customer enrols for this service within three months of the purchase of this vehicle. Bajaj ensures that auto owners get complete peace of mind after purchasing their pickup trucks.
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