Unlike the rest of the e-scooters in its segment, the iQube features a hub motor. It’s IP67 rated which means you need not worry about water seeping into the motor. However, TVS recommends not to keep the scooter submerged for any longer than thirty minutes. So leaving the scooter parked in a flooded area is a big NO. You may check out the TVS iQube Electric: Road Test Review for more details.
There are ample options available i.e. Hero electric Atria, Hero electric Flash, Okinawa Praise Pro, etc. Choosing one will depend on several factors such as budget, fuel type, brand preference, seating capacity, specific feature requirements, etc.Click on the given link and apply filters in order to check out [new scooters@https://www.zigwheels.com/new_bike_search.html?byfueltype=electric
The TVS iQube Electric is powered by a 4.4 kW BLDC Motor. The TVS iQube Electric takes 6 Hours to get fully charged its battery and has a claimed range of 75 km/charge. The battery can be charged at your home socket or any other place using the intelligent charger that comes along with the electric scooter.
Selecting between the Bajaj Chetak and TVS iQube Electric would depend on certain factors such as usage, budget, features required, brand preference, etc. Bajaj has ushered in a new era of electric mobility with the Chetak electric. Its timeless appeal is only matched by its elegant style and premium fit and finish levels. The Chetak might not be as futuristic or boast of great performance as the Ather 450X, but it does offer an easy urban riding experience. The Bajaj is offering you a more feature-rich scooter, with things like a touchscreen, navigation, and fast charging, none of which are available on the Chetak. It’s also considerably quicker, more exciting to ride and even gets a rear disc brake over the Chetak’s drum. On the other hand, iQube Electric has an annoying startup tune, which sounds like a certain water purifier, The raised floorboard means your legs could foul with the handlebar while making tight U-turns, Doesn’t support fast charging, yet. The iQube should be sweating a bit, because, after years of being developed behind closed doors, it is now meeting reality and the competition. The Ather 450 and Bajaj’s Chetak put the iQube on the back foot, at least on paper, but it’s on the roads it has to prove itself. The heart of the iQube is a 3kW hub motor sourced from Bosch, which is a bit disappointing. Even the 4.4kW of peak power, translating to about 6PS of power, sounds quite middling. TVS’ claims of accomplishing the 0-40kph dash in 4.2s and hitting a top speed of 78kph don’t mean much either, unless it does so in a fun and confident manner. Moreover, we would suggest you take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership..Read more:- Bajaj Chetak First Ride ReviewRead more:- 2020 TVS iQube: First Ride Review
It would be unfair to give a verdict about battery life as it depends on several factors such as proper maintenance, timely service, usage, storage of the vehicle etc, and the price of a new battery, we would suggest you walk into the nearest service centre as they will be better people to assist you. You can click on the following link to see the details of the nearest service centres and selecting your city accordingly - Service centre.
Tvs i qube have 3 batteries, each costs approx Rs.15000 and if one battery is not working than you can go with another two batteries with the approx range of 66%
If you are planning to buy a new scooter on finance, then generally, 10 to 30 percent down payment is required on the on-road price of a scooter. However, exact confirmation regarding EMI, down payment, interest, loan period, and its procedure will be discussed by the bank only, as it depends upon individual eligibility.We would suggest you get in touch with the nearest dealership to get the exact information.Click on the below-given link and select your desired city to get your nearest dealership details.
TVS iQube Electric comes with a 4400 W motor power which has a charging time of 5 hours and gives a range of 75 km/charge. The body of TVS iQube Electric is plastic and the fit and finish of the panels around the instrument cluster felt below TVS’s usually high standards. For the prices of spare parts, you have to get in touch with the authorised service centre as they will assist you better with the same. Moreover, TVS iQube Electric is not available for sale in Meerut. TVS iQube Electric is only available in Bengaluru and Delhi for sale.
You need no license or registration in India for scooters that have their top speed capped at 25km per hour or has a motor of 250W or lower. However, the TVS iQube Electric is powered by a 4.4 kW Hub Motor and the top speed is around 78kmph, thus requiring license and registration.