Yulu Miracle GR, DeX GR e-bikes launched, made in India by Bajaj

    Bajaj’s subsidiary, Chetak Technologies Limited, manufactures all Yulu e-bikes in India.

    Published On Feb 28, 2023 12:29:00 PM


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    Yulu has launched two new e-bikes in India, the Miracle GR and Dex GR, and both are made by Chetak Technologies Limited (CTL), Bajaj’s subsidiary for catering to the EV segment.   

    1. Miracle GR a personal use vehicle, Dex GR last-mile delivery vehicle
    2. Both have a claimed 25 kph top speed, hub-mounted motor

    Yulu Miracle GR, Dex GR e-bikes: details

    Both these new Yulu e-bikes are based on the same platform and have identical underpinnings. What this means is that you get a telescopic fork/twin shock absorber (front/rear) suspension set-up and drum brakes at both ends. Top speed for both is an identical 25kph as well. 

    Both the Yulu Miracle GR and Dex GR get a hub-mounted motor, an LED headlight and tail-lamp and a centre stand. The Dex GR gets a rear rack which has a payload capacity of 15kg. The Dex scooters have already been on the road for a while now and can be seen wherever Yulu has its stations set up.

    Yulu is currently the sole customer of its subsidiary Yuma Energy, which it has set up in partnership with Magna International. Yuma Energy currently has 100 battery-swapping stations operational and by 2024, it plans to have 500.  

    Would you purchase a Yulu e-bike as your personal runabout? Let us know in the comments section below. 

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    Manoharan Paramasivam - 307 days ago

    I wants to buyl yulu DEX, what is the cost

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