Top 10 Electric Scooters In India

Top 10 Electric Scooters In India

Electric scooters

As gasoline prices continue to skyrocket across the country, electric vehicles are fast becoming a viable alternative for many middle-class households in India. Increased air pollution also contributes significantly to the fact that different companies strongly promote two-wheeler electric vehicles.

Here is a list of the 10 best electric scooters to buy in India to save you big gas costs.

  • Ather 450X

An electric scooter designed and manufactured entirely in India should be on the list and this scooter also manages to keep up with some of the top competitors on the list.

Three different riding modes with adjustable attributes make this scooter an excellent choice for Indian roads. A super 3300 W battery helps generate tremendous power that can increase the speed limit up to 80 km / h with an average of 65 km per full charge. It is a classy-looking scooter that will attract any onlooker a second look.

  • Bajaj Chetak Electric Scooter

The iconic Indian scooter was relaunched as an electric scooter in 2019 to keep up with the market. It has a 3 kW battery that can be charged in 5 hours and offers a range of 85 to 95 km.

Its 3800W BLDC motor can help you reach speeds of up to 78km / h which is more than enough for Indian roads. A three-year battery warranty makes this classic scooter probably the best electric scooter option in India right now.

  • TVS iQube

TVS has also entered the electric scooter market to maintain its position as a manufacturer and distributor of two-wheelers in India.

A large 4.5 kW battery can guarantee a range of 75 km after a full charge and can guarantee 78 km / h in the vehicle. Although this scooter is currently only available in some parts of India, TVS is making sure that it will launch across the country soon.

  • Hero Photon

Made by Hero Electric, this scooter keeps the brand’s mileage intact at 110km with every full charge. A 1000 watt motor allows a top speed of 48 km / h.

The 2.7 kW battery can be fully charged in 4 hours and has a 4-year factory warranty. With the brand name and the dishonest price tag of just over Rs. 80,000, this scooter can be a great option for any rider.

  • E Pluto 7G

This scooter can get you some of the best options on the list with a 1500W BLDC motor that can increase the speed to 65km / h. A 2.5 kW battery can reach a range of more than 100 km, which is the best option on the entire list.

A superior suspension system also makes this scooter a good buy for any city trip. Priced at 79,999/, this scooter can be a great option for a new or experienced rider who is looking for value for money electric scooter.

  • Ampere Zeal

The Ampere Zeal is a performance-oriented electric scooter built with a 1.8 Li-ion portable battery that takes around 5 hours to get completely charged. A 1200 W motor provides a range of almost 80 km once fully charged and reaches a top speed of 55 km / h.

This scooter’s super-light frame makes it an ideal ride for both seniors and drivers with physical disabilities that prevent them from driving heavier vehicles. A 3-year warranty on the scooter is also a lucrative feature that is included in the vehicle and would attract many new customers.

  • Hero electric optima E2

The Hero brand name is enough to ensure that this scooter is reliable and suitable for the average Indian cyclist who is ready for the country roads. A 250W battery allows a top speed of only 25km / h, and a 5-year battery warranty allows customers to see the life and maintenance of the scooter in a more relaxed way at no great expense.

The vehicle’s extremely low cost and lightweight chassis make it an ideal ride for many customers.

  • Okinawa Ridge +

The Okinawa Ridge + has an 800W BLDC motor that can reach a top speed of 55 km / h. An eye-catching digital speedometer provides the driver with all the necessary information clearly, making it a very attractive feature for older drivers.

The 1.74 Li-ion battery can be fully charged in 3 hours and offers a range of 90 km per charge. The ABS feature of this scooter is possibly the most attractive option for this price range.

 

  1. Okinawa iPraise

Another great Okinawan option, this scooter claims to put the “me” in smart. The previous Praise model had an older lead-acid battery model, which was replaced by a Li-ion on it.

A 1000 W BLDC motor can produce up to 2500 W, enough to reach a speed of 58 km / h. For the tech-savvy, this Okinawa model comes with a mobile app that allows you to view all of your scooter’s key stats from anywhere. However, a price tag on the scooter has made this scooter a difficult choice for many mid-range families.

  • Ola electric S1 series

The Ola electric price starts at Rs 99,999 and the S1 Pro starts at Rs 1.29,999. In countries with active subsidies, the Ola S1 will be significantly cheaper than many gasoline scooters. After government subsidies in Delhi, the S1 would only cost 85,099 rupees, while in Gujarat it would only cost 79,999 rupees.

Ola S1 has no physical key and is linked to the phone with its digital key function. This will let it know when you are close and will automatically unlock it. It will also lock when you walk away. It features a multi-microphone array, in-house developed AI voice recognition algorithms, and the sharpest and brightest 7-inch touchscreen ever built on a scooter. Ola S1 has an anti-theft alarm system, geofencing, and a fire retardant, water, and dust resistant battery. It also has front and rear disc brakes and a “Hill Hold” function that makes it easier to drive in traffic and climb hills.

With a range of 181 km / h, an acceleration of 040 km / h in 3.0 seconds, and a top speed of 115 km / h, it sets new standards in the industry. It has a battery capacity of 3.97 kWh, more than 30% more than the nearest electric vehicle, and the most powerful motor in the category with a maximum power of 8.5 kW. Ola S1 will also come with a patented battery management system & (BMS) that actively monitors the battery for optimal durability, performance, range, and safety.

  • Simple one EV

Simple Energy, a Bengaluru-based electric vehicle startup, launched its first product, the Simple One electric scooter at a starting price of Rs 1,09,999 (without state subsidies). The electric scooter will be available in 75 cities in 13 states over the next several months, according to the company. The latest offering in the electric scooter segment is autonomy, with a battery charge of almost 240 km. The scooter offers different driving modes that affect the achievable range depending on the maximum speed of 105 km / h. It is powered by a 4.8 kWh portable battery weighing 7 kg and promises a real range of 203 km in eco mode and 236 km in “ideal” conditions.


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