Bajaj BS6 RE Maxima and Maxima Cargo Launched – Know Details

Bajaj Auto has launched their BS6 range of commercial vehicles across its brands RE, Maxima and Maxima Cargo. Bajaj Auto has launched 14 BS 6 compliant products across the RE, Maxima and Maxima Cargo brands. This is the widest range of commercial 3 wheelers now available in BS 6 technology. Bajaj Auto has transitioned to BS 6 version for the entire 3 Wheeler range, while retaining its trusted reliability and value.

The RE brand now comes with Fuel Injection (FI) Technology in a 236 cc Engine across 3 fuel options in alternate fuel (CNG, LPG and Petrol). This delivers improved power and pick-up while meeting the BS6 emission norms. In the Maxima brand the same engine has been re-configured to meet BS6 emission norms and continues to deliver consistent power and pick-up.

Mr. Samardeep Subandh, Joint President – BAL IBU, said, “ Bajaj Auto has the widest range in 3 Wheeler commercial space in RE passenger, Maxima passenger and Maxima Cargo. The introduction of these models completes the transition of our entire product range to BS6 emission norms ahead of time. Our world class R&D team has enhanced our offerings while meeting the BS6 norms so that customers get excellent value for their money. We are confident that the new BS6 products in RE and Maxima range will further strengthen our leadership position in the market”.

Bajaj BS6 RE Maxima and Maxima Cargo
Bajaj BS6 RE Maxima and Maxima Cargo

The Diesel range across RE and Maxima brands meet the stringent BS6 norms through systems like EGR & catalytic converter with the same 470 cc Diesel engine. Combined with these best in class offerings the company has also increased its Free Service across the range to 3 full Free Services inclusive of labour, filter & oil change. Bajaj Auto continues to be a dominant market leader in overall 3 Wheeler category with a share of 58% in domestic market in FY 19-20.

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  1. Bryan James Gacula says

    better make it 4 wheels here in philippines.. 3 wheels cant alowed travel at national high…. many here at ph use high for fast route and only way for going where they go

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