Two and three-wheeler
manufacturer Bajaj Auto has launched India’s most powerful three-wheeler cargo
vehicle, the Maxima C. Bajaj Auto Maxima C - CNG will be available across
dealerships at a price tag of Rs 1,89,075 (Ex showroom New Delhi).
The CNG variant of Maxima C
has a 199 cc 4- stroke engine. The new vehicle also provides maintenance free
power coupling up to minimum of 1,00,000 kms making it 5 times more efficient
than the competition. For end consumers Maxima C is an agile and robust cargo
carrier that ensures last mile connectivity, through the most diverse and
challenging terrains and climatic conditions across the length and breadth of
The engine of the CNG variant
easily churns out a power of 7 Kw @ 5500 RPM and is equipped with a capacity of
14.6 NM torque @ 3750 RPM which helps it to take heavy loads like cylinders and
cement in difficult terrains. The sturdy power suspension, which comprises of
helical coil compression spring & hydraulic shock absorbers, gives you the
freedom to carry fragile goods without any worry of damage.
Bajaj Auto’s R&D team has
conceptualized the product, keeping in mind the most challenging cargo
settings, inside cities and rural towns. The load deck has length, width and
height dimension of 1,650 mm, 1,425 mm and 275 mm. The payload is relatively
higher in its class and makes this vehicle fit to carry goods including
beverages, food boxes, general grocery and other household supplies. The
spacious cabin, service brakes and shorter turning radius gives you more
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