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Bajaj Maxima C is the leader in India’s Three-Wheeler cargo segment

Written by Akhil Dalvi

Renowned Indian two and three-wheeler manufacturer Bajaj Auto Limited has announced its leadership position in the three-wheeler cargo segment. Bajaj Auto’s Maxima C three-wheeler has successfully achieved a 45% market share between April 21st and November 21st, 2021. Since its launch 6 years ago, the Maxima C has officially become the leader in India’s three-wheeler cargo segment.

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The competitive gain has enabled Bajaj Auto to launch innovative BS6 products to meet emission norms. The company has also managed to retain its advantages by offering best-in-class reliability, power-packed performance, and fuel efficiency. Bajaj Auto’s Maxima C three-wheeler has been a major success in India’s urban and rural markets due to these attributes. Bajaj has also ensured to transition its products from using diesel to CNG to achieve its leadership position.

The manufacturer has stated that the low operating costs of CNG have proved to be quite advantageous in recent times. Due to this, the majority of the population is making their shift towards CNG products as a viable buying option. The recent growth of e-commerce and last-mile transportation is thanks to the revival of economic activities in rural India. According to Bajaj, the other factors for their growth include strong financing strength, Dealer Network, and manufacturing ability.

2021 Bajaj Maxima C: Details 

The Maxima C is a three-wheeler that features black plastic cladding on the front, which houses the round projector headlamps. Bajaj offers the CNG variant of the Maxima C in 4 colours- Green, Blue, Red, and Yellow. Meanwhile, the diesel variant of the three-wheeler features 2 colour options- Red and Yellow. The 2021 Maxima C features a longer and wider loading tray for accommodating large loads with 18%/10.2 gradeability.

Along with a wheelbase of 2125mm, the Maxima C features a 470cc, four-stroke, oil-cooled diesel engine, and a 236cc CNG motor. The diesel engine produces 9.1 PS and 23 Nm, whereas the CNG produces 9 PS and 16.2 Nm. The Maxima C’s clutch and CV shaft can travel for 60,000 Km and 1,00,000 Km, respectively. The three-wheeler also features dual front shock absorbers for a smooth yet comfortable ride along with a best-in-class mileage figure.

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