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Okinawa Raise Specifications

Fuel Type : Electric
Range : 60 - 65 km
Battery Type : VRLA Battery
Charging Time : 4 - 6 Hours
Emission Type : NA
Brakes Front : Drum
Power : NA
Kerb Weight : NA
Starting : Self Start Only
Wheels Type : Alloy
Tyre Type : Tubeless
Digital Fuel Indicator : NA
Standard Warranty (Years) : NA
Get Loan starting @9.7%
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Okinawa Raise Specifications Summary

Raise Variants Key Specifications Key Features
STD
Rs. 39,990
Electric, 60 - 65 km, VRLA Battery, 4 - 6 Hours view all Drum Brakes Front, Alloy Wheels, Tubeless Tyre, Digital Fuel Indicator view all

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Q. Does Okinawa Raise be available in lithium ion battery?
  • Okinawa Raise comes with a 250 W VRLA battery that takes 4 - 6 hours to get fully charged its 48 V, 24 Ah battery.
  • Yes named as R30
  • Yes named as R30
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Q. Does it need a license to ride - Raise?
  • The Okinawa Raise requires an RTO registration and a driving license to be ridden.
Q. Does Okinawa Raise raise can climb like 40 to 45 degree up level road?
  • Only if you are lightweight. Not a powerful motor. I am 46kgs and its pretty fast with me goes up to 55kmh max on steep road and I am from Bangalore.. roads are hills here.. but when with my boyfriend the weight goes up to 115kgs for both of us, then the top speed falls to 45kmh on flat road and around 35kms on steep. Also as a single rider the mileage is around 60kms. Combined weight it barely gives 20-25kms. So I think this model suits lightweight people more. I would like to check out the other models in okinawa that are 2500watts. Plus I don't like the suspension and battery cover in this one. Keeps jumping on bumps. I would suggest okinawa to make better arrangements to hold the battery in place for bumpy roads so it doesn't go "thud thud" on every potholes, guessing Japan doesn't need it but Indian roads do..especially bangalore...haha
  • Only if you are lightweight. Not a powerful motor. I am 46kgs and its pretty fast with me goes upto 55kmh max on steep road and I am from Bangalore.. roads are hills here.. but when with my boyfriend the weight goes upto 115kgs for both of us, then the top speed falls to 45kmh on flat road and around 35kms on steep. Also as a single rider the mileage is around 60kms. Combined weight it barely gives 20-25kms. So I think this model suits lightweight people more. I would like to check out the other models in okinawa that are 2500watts. Plus I don't like the suspension and battery cover in this one. Keeps jumpingon bumps. I would suggest okinawa to make better arrangements to hold the battery in place for bumpy roads so it doesn't go "thud thud" on every potholes, guessing Japan doesn't need it but Indian roads do...haha
  • Vishal
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