Bajaj Chetak 1996 2 stroke
|Engine||150 cc four-stroke (after 2002), two-stroke (before 2002)|
|Top speed||90 km/h|
|Power||7.5 BHP@ 5500 rpm|
|Torque||10.8 NM @ 3500 rpm|
|Transmission||4 speed, manual with shifter in the left hand grip|
|Dimensions||L: 1770 mm|
W: 670 mm
|Related||Bajaj Legend, LML NV, LML T5|
Around 1980, the Vespa-licensed design was replaced with an all-new in-house design that shared the same general appearance and style. During its heyday its chief competitor was LML NV made by LML India as a licensed copy of the Vespa PX 150. In the face of rising competition from bikes and cars, Chetak lost ground in India, and production was discontinued in 2005.
- "Bye bye Bajaj: Sun sets on India's beloved scooter". The Seattle Times. 14 March 2010. Retrieved 29 August 2012.
- Kumar, Anuj (16 December 2009). "Bye bye Bajaj". The Hindu. Chennai, India. Retrieved 5 April 2010.
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