The R150 Car Takes Social Media By Storm and Here Are The Facts. Just when we thought we have seen it all for the week, the boom South Africa makes a car trend. The funny thread has may assuming that there is car in the market going for R150 a month. Now social media users are under the impression that one can buy the Bajaj Qute for a cash price of R4900, or R150 a month.
Because of its ‘affordability’, a lot of people are considering buying the car. Being proactive, some are already thinking about using it business ventures like transporting school kids. Others are excited that finally, they can be car owners and will be able to save a lot of money on transport. Sorry to bust your bubble, but the car cost more than many people think. The truth of the matter is that the Bajaj Qute retails at around R75 000 at Bajaj Transerv Auto in Randburg It is available in Madagascar, Mozambique, and South Africa.
Bajaj Qute vehicles can carry three passengers. The eco-friendly, fuel-efficient, and economically competitive vehicle is pushed as a safe and affordable mode of transport for the commuter and provides employment for drivers and fleet owners.
The Bajaj Qute, formally known as the RE60, is India’s first quadricycle. It is basically a four-wheeler version of an auto rickshaw that comes with hardtop roof, doors, steering wheel and a 2+2 seating configuration. Powering the Qute is a 216.6cc, liquid-cooled DTS-i engine which can run on petrol and CNG.