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Bajaj RE launched as low-maintenance tricycle

The Bajaj RE has begun to overtake the traditional tricycle as a primary mode of transportation across cities and neighborhoods in Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao.

Introducing the Bajaj RE, a low-maintenance tricycle that has been taking the urban and rural streets of the Philippines by storm.

The Bajaj RE has begun to overtake the traditional tricycle as a primary mode of transportation across cities and neighborhoods in Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao.

According to its makers, it is easy to see why, since the Bajaj RE “provides better performance and mileage, without sacrificing stability nor style. This provides commuters with a safe, powerful and economical mode of transportation to-and-from home.”

The Bajaj RE is a modern take on the traditional cycle that puts driver and passenger comfort on par with vehicle performance. The interior is designed with spacious leg room and bucket seats to maximize comfort over long trips. the Bajaj RE also comes with a heat-repellant and water-resistant tarpaulin roof and sealed cabin floors.

The entire vehicle is built upon a single, sturdy chassis to decrease maintenance costs and increase overall capacity.  It is compact so it can travel even in congested conditions, yet the muscular SKUDO design allows it to stand out in traffic. The wide frame allows drivers to customize the exterior to their tastes, and renders it resistant to damage from both collisions and the wear of the elements.

For more information about Bajaj RE, follow Bajaj RE on Facebook at facebook.com/BajajREPhilippines.

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