- Feb 26, 2011
Is this a rear engine, rwd as well?
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A golf cart looks more stable. If it was even just slightly easy on the eye I would get one as a project car and convert it to electric, it would be the easiest way to go since it would be registered. An AWD with electric and petrol could also work.I may be a skeptic, but that vehicle will kill someone on the N1/N2, or similar, being the cause. 70km/h with a questionable power train and steering... I don't believe, even with an experienced driver that the vehicle will behave accordingly when required to.
Imagine people hugging the right lane with this.
Spoiler alert; however, the Bajaj Qute does not qualify as a car. In fact, according to Bajaj the vehicle falls under what is called a quadricycle. This is because of the car's characteristics, which are those of a three-wheeler and a car.
With the skyrocketing price of living in the country- surely this would be a consideration, right?!
Many South Africans have taken the mickey out of the car; however, because of how it looks, let's be honest though it is appealing to think about making owning a car more affordable with lower instalments for car payment too.
The Bajaj Qute has a 0.6 engine capacity and can do 36 kilometres with just a litre of petrol. The car can carry four passengers at a time, including the driver.
Unfortunately, the car is not R150 a month; the Bajaj Qute retails at R75 000 and is available in Madagascar, Mozambique, and South Africa.