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Monday, October 3, 2022

The Bajaj Maxima Cargo Turns Davaoeños Into Madiskarteng Agripreneurs

With December fast approaching, Filipinos see an increase in demand for food products. In Davao, known as the “Food Basket of the Philippines,” one unlikely vehicle is contributing to the country’s stable food supply: the Baja Maxima Cargo.

Helping turn farmers into “Madiskarteng Agripreneurs,” the Bajaj Maxima Cargo maximizes delivery efficiency. With its 236.22-cc DTS-i fuel injected engine, it has a payload capacity of 550 kilograms enabling farmers to reach farther trade centers.

Moreover, the Bajaj Maxima Cargo is designed to tackle unpaved roads with its high ground clearance.

Finally, keeping the Bajaj Maxima Cargo in tip-top shape doesn’t break the bank. Basic PMS costs just P 200 for units under warranty, and with more than 800 accredited AfterCARE shops nationwide, finding an authorized service shop is easy.

For farmers and even entrepreneurs who’re looking to make the Bajaj switch, you can get one for as low as P 25,000 down payment. Find out more through this link.

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