Electric Scooters Above 1 Lakh
Electric Scooters Above 1 Lakh in India
Electric Vehicles Pros & Cons
The biggest USP of electric bikes is that they produce zero vehicular pollution. Electric bikes run on electricity which means they don’t burn any fossil fuels and do not contribute to air pollution.
Low Maintenance Costs
Electric bikes have less moving parts compared to ICE bikes. Lithium-ion battery packs last for years before you might need to replace them. Regular cleaning and occasional lubrication keeps the bike running without spending big bucks.
The Government has launched benefits under FAME II scheme (Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Hybrid and Electric Vehicles) to encourage citizens to purchase Electric bikes and scooters. One can expect better prices with these incentives, and more manufacturers launching electric bikes.
With rising prices of fuel, buyers may prefer electric bikes as the price per unit for electricity does not fluctuate rapidly. The maintenance and recharging of electric bikes is more affordable.
Higher Price Bracket
Most electric bikes cost upwards of 90,000/- as compared to fuel bikes. Hence, it requires the buyer to make a high initial investment. The major contributor to high cost is the lithium-ion battery packs in electric bikes which costs around 50% of the total cost of the bike.
The range of an electric bike is defined as the distance covered by it after one time charging. With a charge of about 5 hours, an electric bike can run somewhere close to 100 Kms. This makes it a little unsuitable for long distance rides.
Scarce Charging Stations
Although the number of charging stations is expected to increase over the coming years, finding a station in proximity for EV bike owners is still an inconvenience. Finding a petrol pump is relatively easier than finding an EV charging station.
Longer Charging Duration
Electric bikes may take up to 5 hours to charge fully whereas it takes only a couple of minutes to refuel a petrol/diesel bike. Fast chargers are not available at all charging stations which causes inconvenience to the user.
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Latest News on Electric Scooters Above 1 Lakh
Ather 450s Get A MASSIVE Price Cut In Maharashtra!Sep 15, 2021 | By Team ZigWheels
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Simple’s One Aims To Take The Ola S1 And Ather 450X Head OnAug 15, 2021 | By Team ZigWheels
Simple Energy Will Launch Its First Electric Scooter In India TomorrowAug 14, 2021 | By Team ZigWheels
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Latest Reviews on Electric Scooters Above 1 Lakh
TVS iQube Electric vs BS6 Jupiter ZX Disc: Road Test ReviewAug 28, 2021 | By Team ZigWheels
TVS iQube Electric: Road Test ReviewAug 23, 2021 | By Team ZigWheels
Ather 450X: Warping Your Perceptions Of ElectricsJan 1, 2021 | By Team ZigWheels
2020 TVS iQube: First Ride Review - Lives Up To The Family Name?Feb 29, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
Bajaj Chetak First Ride ReviewJan 31, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
Ather 450X First Ride ReviewJan 28, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
Electric Scooters Above 1 Lakh User Reviews
iQube Electric3.986 reviews
Top speed as per spec is 78kmph but in the normal road top speed achieved at 84kmph.Range as per the spec is 75km but in eco mode as per my calculation it would give only 67km.Suspension and design are good.Unnecessarily two drl are provided which is consuming power even though it is led lamp.App is not functioning and blue tooth connectivity is poor.App dashboard shows wrong data and they have improve lot in the app development.Sridarr 2 weeks ago
Exceptional vehicle.Absolutely no complaints whatsoever!! brilliant acceleration and handling.Only worry is the software and app which is buggy.But the quality of the vehicle and the joy of riding make up for it!! charging is hassle free.Range has always worked out more than what is advertised.Swapnil 2 months ago
Excellent, "simple" one scooter is amazing! range is 236 kms & top speed is 105 kmph.Lots of features, Bluetooth connectivity, 30 ltr boot space capacity, Dual disc brakes, Fixed and removable battery, Navigation, Tyre pressure monitoring system, 7 inch display etc.NITHIN 1 month ago
Worst scotter in indian history.Fake odo meter, Shock observers are worst.Pavilion will have feeling of falling from scotter.Customer and service care are worst of all, Took more than 10 days to resolve small issues.Very high cost spare parts and service charge.You will lose peace of mind.Avinash 2 months ago
Premium electric bike.Best in segment.World class technology.Once taken a test ride fallen in love with this bike.Sporty looks.Ather will be best electric bike brand in world.Shiva 3 months ago
I buy new honda shine bs vi but in 6 month i pay more then 5000 for service charges.First month in my bike engine oil likeag after 3 month my key cylinder not working, Dish pad not working, Fuel meter bulb not working, Self button not working, Front break switch for back light not working, Start pluge not working-lots of problem in single honda shine bs vi bike.If any one want bill then pls inbox me or comment me i have the bill of services.I done my service in adity honda vasai east & vasai west-palghar mumbai maharashtra-401208.Pappu 3 months ago
Running Cost Of An Electric Bikes & Scooters
Electric bikes typically have a range of about 50 Kms-150 Kms. Taking average consumption of an EV two-wheeler as 3 units per charge and Rs. 15 per unit of electricity, a user will have to shell out about Rs. 45 per charge. With rising fuel prices, low running costs offer a respite to all EV bike users. So, for as low as Rs. 45, you can travel an average of 100 Kms till your next charge.
Electric Scooters Above 1 Lakh Question and Answers
Zigwheels 3 hours ago
The Ather 450 is among the most premium and expensive electric two-wheelers on sale in India. The Ather 450 justifies its premium price with its list of features, performance, technology and range. The Ather 450X makes 6kW of peak power and offers a top speed of 80kmph. On the features list, the Ather 450X gets built-in Google Maps as well as digital document storage. Moreover, it also features Bluetooth connectivity enabling music and phone call controls. You also get 4G LTE SIM connectivity. On the other hand, the Chetak features a 4kW BLDC motor and offers two riding modes: Eco and Sport. Apart from its well-rounded design, the Chetak is slightly plain Jane on the feature front. It gets an LCD screen, geotagging, geofencing and turn-by-turn navigation. As of now, the Chetak is available only in Bengaluru and Pune which is also a limitation the customers have to face. So if you’re looking at a quick, fun to ride and tech-loaded scooter, the 450X is a no-brainer. But the jump in price is quite significant (Rs 25k more than Chetak) if you want to buy the scooter outright. If you factor in the base scooter with a subscription to the monthly performance packs, it doesn’t sound like a bad deal. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details. Read More:- Ather 450X vs Bajaj Chetak
Zigwheels 1 day ago
For this, we would request you to please get in touch with the nearest RTO office in your city as they would be able to assist you better with the required information.
Zigwheels 6 days ago
For now, the Ather 450X is not available for sale in Punjab. You may get in touch with the brand directly for more details.
Zigwheels 6 days ago
Simple Energy One comes equipped with a twin battery setup with one fixed and one removable unit. The former takes 2.75 hours while the latter takes 75 minutes to charge to 80 percent.
Zigwheels 1 week ago
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.