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Low fuel consumption, low carbon emissions, hallmark of Bajaj QUTE

Bajaj QUTE quadricycle was officially introduced to the Sri Lankan market by the David Pieris Motor Company (Pvt) Ltd (DPMC) in a bid to avail anyone to own a four-wheel vehicle.

The vehicle has 40 percent lower carbon emissions, conforms to BSIV emission norms and lower fuel consumption than a small car. DPMC being Lanka’s largest automotive company caters to the vast majority in the country by providing affordable, economical, environmental friendly and convenient transportation solutions.

DPMC Chief Operating Officer Naalaka Madugalle said, “Bajaj QUTE is ideally suited for families or personal transportation and delivers on our promise of bringing the best from Bajaj India’s product range to Sri Lanka. It’s cute, smart and sensible design with a turning radius of 3.5m, low emissions and fuel efficiency makes it ideal for urban and rural running.”

He added, “Bajaj QUTE has been extensively tested across Sri Lanka. Its performance has been impressive in both traffic and rugged rural roads. It is also backed by DPMC’s extensive island wide network of service and spare parts dealers.”

The QUTE also meets stringent European Quadricycle norms and has the European WVTA (Whole Vehicle Type Approval) certification awarded by RDW Netherlands.

It is truly a Smart vehicle for a smart family. The quadricycle is powered by world-class patented DTSi technology. It comes with an engine capacity of 216.6 cm3 delivering 9.7 kW power at 5500 rpm and has a curb weight of less than 500Kg.

The vehicle is spacious and has an enclosed body structure, offering the driver and passengers a comfortable and safer ride. Also, it has more than adequate space for luggage and runs at optimum restricted speed and its monocoque body provides safety for all.

Bajaj QUTE is currently being marketed in over 30 countries including Turkey, Poland, Portugal in the EU, Russia, Mexico and Colombia in North America, South Africa, African countries, Indonesia and Bangladesh.

At DPMC Battaramulla, a demonstration was done and was announced an electric version of Bajaj QUTE is in the offing.


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