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July 26, 2022

Are Bajaj Three-Wheelers The Most Efficient Last-Mile Delivery Solution?

TriMotors Technology Corporation, the exclusive distributor of Bajaj three-wheelers in the Philippines thinks they have the best last-mile solution for logistics companies. Lazada, Libcap, and JRS Express (see lead photo) are among the companies who’ve made the switch to Bajaj three-wheelers in order to reduce delays and damages to parcels.

Expert says the average cost of last-mile delivery in the Philippines is P 500. One of the main reasons? The limited carrying capacity of riders. However, with a built-in compartment and maximum payload between 310 to 515 kilograms (depending on the model), Bajaj three-wheelers can deliver more parcels, even heavy or bulky ones, without hurting the budget.

In an interview with Abdulmajed Marandacan, a Bajaj user shared his first-hand experience, “Matipid sya sa gasolina, equivalent ng gasolina ‘nya parang sa motor. Gagasolina ako ng P 200 kasi yun talaga yung budget ko sa kanya, ‘yun nagdedeliver ako, kinabukasan tanghali nanaman bago ako mag-gasolina ng P 200”.

As prices of fuel go up, more and more logistic companies trust Bajaj three-wheelers because of their efficiency. Moreover, couriers can deliver, even if it’s raining, thanks to the solid resin roof and built-in windshield. Not to mention, the front fork suspension amply absorbs bumps from the ground ensuring that fragile parcels be delivered delay- and damage-free.

Bajaj three-wheelers are now available for as low as P 8,888 down payment. Applications can be done through this link.


  1. The simple answer is no, it's not the only solution, but it is part of the solution. :)

    1. But for me, the biggest answer is YES because I will buy a Bajaj.


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