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Bajaj Keke Travels 5,500km Through 27 Cities And 18 States, Becomes Toughest Tricycle In Nigeria




During Stallion Bajaj Keke Rally, Bajaj Keke traveled 5500km through 27 cities and 18 States in 41 days, becomes the toughest tricycle in Nigeria.

To prove the durability of Bajaj Keke, a convoy of 5 Bajaj Re tricycles collectively covered more than 26,000km without having any product issues.


Last month, on August 7, Stallion Auto Keke Ltd., the exclusive distributor of Bajaj Auto for three-wheeler and four-wheeler, flagged-off the first Keke rally in the country.

The rally, which kicked off at the Stallion Bajaj showroom at Ijesha, Lagos State, comprises a convoy of five Bajaj Re tricycles with their experienced riders.

Others vehicles in the convoy include a branded truck for customer engagement and market activation, as well as security vehicles.

The Stallion Bajaj Keke Rally has now completed a tough terrain of over 5,500 km through 27 cities and 18 states in the West, East and North Central in less than 41 days.

Collectively, the convoy of 5 Kekes (tricycles) have now covered a distance of more than 26,000 kilometres without any product issues.

According to the firm, the rally testifies to the fact that the ‘New Baba Bajaj’ is a strong and durable Keke for the Nigerian roads.


Bajaj Keke traveled 5500km through 27 cities and 18 States in 41 days, becomes the toughest tricycle in Nigeria.

This incredible feat further add to the brand’s promise that the ‘New Baba Bajaj’ runs faster and lasts longer.

Reacting to the durability of the tricycles, the Managing Director for the business, Mr. Manish Rohtagi, said :

“The Keke Rally really boasts on how the New Baba Bajaj is tough, strong, reliable, and well equipped for the Nigerian roads.”


“Having covered more than 5,000 kms the Kekes did not face any performance or maintenance challenges. It kept its brand promise of ‘Runs Faster, Lasts Longer’ through every rider who was a part of this rally.”

To prove the durability of Bajaj Keke, the rally, flagged off from Lagos, covered Ogun; Oyo; Kwara; Kogi; Benue; Enugu; Ebonyi; Cross River; Akwa Ibom; Abia; Rivers; Anambra; Delta; Edo; Ondo; Ekiti and Osun states.

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