All in all, the performance of the bike makes it feel like it’s between a 110cc and 125cc commuter motorcycle. It’s a little difficult to judge exactly as in petrol-powered bikes, the performance is always accompanied by the vibrations of the engine and exhaust note - both of which elevate the riding experience. On the other hand, there’s simply no drama in electric bikes and the only sounds you hear (if you turn off the faux engine sound) are the tyres rolling on the tarmac and the gentle whir of the motor. Moreover, for a better understanding of performance and riding comfort, we would suggest you take a test ride. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership.
The RV 300 is powered by a 1.5kW electric motor, supported by a 2.7kW lithium-ion battery, and will have a claimed top speed of 65 kmph. Revolt Motor is offering a standard warranty on the original battery of 8 years or 1,50,000 KM. For the availability and prices of the spare parts, we'd suggest you to connect with the nearest authorized service centre. Click on the link service centres.
Revolt RV300 requires proper license and registration as the top speed is not restricted to 25kmph. Moreover, the provisional driving license allows you to ride a gearless two-wheeler below 50cc, but there isn't any available in Indian market.
The life of a battery depends on certain factors and it would not be fair to give any verdict here. However, Revolt has solved this issue and offers an 8 years or 150,000kms (whatever comes first) warranty on the battery for a peace of mind ownership.