Introduced in October 2015, the Bajaj Qute ended FY16 with a cumulative export of 334 units to 19 global markets ranging from Turkey and Russia to Indonesia and Peru.
With a strong positive reception in all markets without exception, production at Bajaj Waluj is being ramped up to export over 500 Qute in April 2016 alone.
Currently total exports for FY17 are estimated at 10000 units as the higher safety, lower emissions, and unparalleled fuel economy of the Qute finds favor amongst 2- & 3-wheeler consumers who desire these benefits but cannot afford a car.
Speaking of cars, in a recent Euro NCAP report, the Bajaj Qute was accorded a 1 (one) star rating, superior to the 0 (zero) star rating of popular cars including the VW Polo, Ford Figo, Hyundai i10, Maruti Alto, and Tata Nano.
Bajaj is further delighted to note that in its maiden endeavor at developing a quadricycle it has, by virtue of the Qute, matched the 1 (one) star rating of European quadricycles such as the Axiam Crossover, as also exceeded the 0 (zero) star rating of others including the Ligier IXO JS.
Even as Qute goes from strength to strength in its global markets, Bajaj continues to await clearance for the sales of Qute in India.
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