The First Quadricycle Hits Mumbai's Suburban Road

Sampat Bhalekar was the first person in Mumbai to register a quadricycle as soon as it was launched.

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Bajaj had launched its Qute Quadricycle in Maharashtra in April 2019 and it has the honour of being the first Quadricycle to be launched in the country. The vehicle is available in both petrol and Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) variant and is priced at  ₹2.48 lakhs and  ₹2.78 lakhs respectively. 

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The new Bajaj Qute quadricycle bridges the gap between a three-wheeler rickshaw and a four-wheeler and could possibly be a replacement for the former. The quadricycle falls under the category of the microcar. Mumbai's first quadricycle hit the suburban roads in Chembur. 

As stated in Hindustan Times, Sampat Bhalekar was the first person in Mumbai to register a quadricycle as soon as it was launched. The rates of the quadricycle will be the same as an autorickshaw. According to Bhalekar, people were reluctant to get into the vehicle as it resembles a taxi. Therefore he had to keep a sign 'auto-rickshaw' in front and rear of the vehicle. 

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