Available in four jazzy colours, bookings for the Urbn have already begun on Motovolt’s website for just Rs 99. You can even get it in the more than 100 retail stores that the company has across the country. With that, the Urbn goes up against the Bounce Infinity E1 and Hero Electric Optima CX(Single Battery). It also acts as a great alternative to the TVS XL 100 with a lower running cost considering it’s running on electricity. Its payload, too, is not far off from the X100’s.
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You need no license or registration in India for scooters that have their top speed capped at 25km per hour. However, the Motovolt Motovolt Urbn e-Bike's top speed is around 25kmph, thus not requiring a license and registration.