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Komaki SE

4.3 6 reviews
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Rs. 96,000 Showroom Price: Delhi
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Komaki SE Range

SE can go upto 100-120 km/charge after a full charge.
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Komaki SE Price

Komaki SE price start at Rs. 96,000 (Ex-Showroom). Komaki SE is offered in only one variant - STD.

SE STD

. 100-120 km/charge
Rs. 96,000
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Komaki SE User Reviews

4.3/5
Based on 6 rating & 6 reviews
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  • Mileage (2)
  • Looks (2)
  • Rear (2)
  • Speed (2)
  • Seat (2)
  • Showroom (1)
  • Bluetooth (1)
  • Parking (1)
  • Space (1)
  • Legspace (1)
  • Remote Lock (1)
  • Supersmooth ride

    Good one.Supersmooth ride.Value for money.Good renge, Good pich up, Heavy bldc motor.

  • Arrogant behaviour

    Worst and arrogant behaviour by the komaki showroom owner of shimoga district karnataka state.And i have solid proof of it ie voice clip please take action against him or otherwise it will hamper your esteemed company reputation.

  • I PURCHASE KOMAKI SE REGISTRATION

    I purchase komaki se registration model bike.It is too good to use.Look wise and quality wise best one.Mileage of the bike also good.

  • 4.2
    Highway rides

    Positives: 1) Range of 120 km with the single ride with a maximum speed of 60kmph. With doubles and 60kmph around 90 to 100kmph. Range reduces with an increase in weight and speed. 2) Good balance. 3) Excellent braking. 4) Cruise control for highway rides. Negatives: 1) Seat size needs to be increased. 2) Footrest to be provided. 3) At least for lithium-ion variant platform height to be reduced. 4) Error in speedometer (both speed and km ) to be corrected. 5) Under-seat storage to be increased. 6) Seat quality and rear suspension quality to be addressed. 7) Indicator and horn switch position to be changed. 8) Built quality to be improved.

  • 3.4
    Charger cables

    I'm owning Komaki for 3 weeks. It costs around 1.25lac in Karnataka and no fame 2 subsidy or state subsidy is applicable except for road tax exemption. It comes with a 3kw motor, 72v 20ah li-ion battery pack. Positives: 1. Good mileage of 120+ km in single charge.2.Good speed.33kmph at mode1, 55kmph at mode2 and 70kmph at mode3.3.Quick acceleration4.Reverse button.5.Lightweight.6.Leg space is very wide and comfortable for long ride.7.The Brake system is good with front and rear disk brakes8. Regenerative braking exists.9.The headlight is decent and sufficient for any road conditions without disturbing other riders.10.Remote lock, Theft alarm, Keyless entry options are additional features.11.Attractive look.12.Comfortable riding with pillion rider.Negatives1.Speed - top speed reduces gradually up to 15kmph lower with reducing battery voltage from 83v to 72v.2.Acceleration: it is quick with considerable pull even if you apply the accelerator slowly. You need to wait for a particular point where it suddenly catches the command and attains rated speed very fast. It is very uncomfortable compared to a conventional petrol scooter or other bikes. Searching for the acceleration point gives lots of pain to the shoulder. 3. Plastic toy: it is just like a plastic toy. Smells very plastic when parked under sunlight. Even stickers printing is not professionally done.4.Space under the seat: no space is given even for the charger.Nothing can be stored under the seat. 5. Odometer: a. You need to refer to voltages, The battery level indicator is not reliable. B. Cumulative km travelled doesn't have a decimal place. So if you travel 0.9km and restart the scooter, 0.9km will not be added to the cumulative distance travelled. C. Speed is not accurate compared to petrol scooters.D.Display visibility is poor under Sun. 6. Mat: Plastic mat is provided and it is slippery. 7. Charging: a. Charging time is more than 4hrs.B.Charger cables get heated gradually. C. Battery is removable. But I can't charge it indoors. 8. High cost. Fame2 is not applicable. 9. Buttons are of poor quality. Cheap plastic. 10. Few electrical components are not rated for the 72v class. Bluetooth speaker is provided, But not of any use than listening to songs in public. They claim the product is from Japan, But no such evidence is available on the internet. Even they don't own an email domain. It's only known that Komaki is a place in Japan. I am not disappointed so far with the performance. I am an Apache RTR200 owner and still feel riding is comfortable with Komaki use. I have chosen this scooter only for mileage at a lesser cost and a single battery since I travel minimum 60km per day. For me, it is the best choice compared to other brands available near my area. But I would suggest the buyer think twice before making a decision. Suggestions to the manufacturer: 1. Upgrade the motor controller so that acceleration is smooth. 2. Give additional space for charger and helmet under the seat. 3. Provide quality accessories like switches, Sockets, Mcb with rated voltage and current.

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Komaki Launches Two New Electric Two-wheelers In India
Komaki Launches Two New Electric Two-wheelers In India
25 Jan, 2022
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In recent times, the EV market in India has seen some interesting two-wheelers, and the latest entrants in this space are the Komaki Ranger e-bike and the Venice... read more

Komaki’s New Electric Scooter Is Specially Designed For The Elderly And Disabled
Komaki’s New Electric Scooter Is Specially Designed For The Elderly And Disabled
4 Aug, 2021
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Electric two-wheeler maker Komaki has launched a new electric scooter, the XGT X5, which it claims is designed for the elderly and specially abled. Komaki offers the XGT X5... read more

Komaki SE FAQs

What is the price of Komaki SE in 2022?

The 2022 ex-showroom price of Komaki SE is 96,000. Check On Road Price of SE. .

Does the Komaki SE have ABS?

No, ABS feature is not available in Komaki SE. View full specification of SE.

Which is better Komaki SE or Okinawa PraisePro?

Okinawa PraisePro Price starts at Rs. 99,645 which is Rs. 3,645 costlier than base model of Komaki SE priced at Rs. 96,000. Compare Komaki SE vs Okinawa PraisePro on the basis of price, specs, features, reviews.

On a Full Charge, what is the range offered by Komaki SE?

Komaki SE offers a range of 100-120 km/charge.

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