The Chetak is a scooter that was produced by the manufacturer Bajaj. While it is no longer in production, keeping up with repairs is just as important now as it always has been. Our Bajaj Chetak repair manual is full of detailed instructions to help keep you on track and get finished sooner. Whether you are an owner of a Chetak or the owner of a workshop, our eManual has everything you need to get started.
The Bajaj Chetak was first produced in 1972 and remained in production until 2006. Over 30 years later and the Chetak was just as popular in 2006 as it was at the beginning of its production. The Chetak got its name from the famous horse of the Indian warrior Rana Pratap Singh. It was first designed as an affordable means of transport for families in India. This iconic scooter did just that and more for all of these families and people needing a way to get back and forth to work without spending a fortune.
The Bajaj Chetak is built to perfection. The engine was made up of a 150cc two stroke before the year 2002 and changed to a four stroke after that model year. The transmission was made up of a 4 speed manual. The Chetak puts out 7.5BHP and 10.8NM torque at maximum RPMs. The drum brakes help you to stop precisely and quickly. With all of this packed into a scooter, the Chetak is the best you can get.
Keeping up routine maintenance helps your scooter run efficiently. It is also one of the easiest ways to make sure you are safe on the road. Our Bajaj Chetak service manual contains everything you need to get started.