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Electric Scooters Under 1 Lakh

Here is a list of 20 electric scooters under 1 lakh available in India. The most popular electric scooters under 1 lakh include Ola S1 (Rs. 85,099), Bajaj Chetak (Rs. 1.00 Lakh) and Hero Electric Optima (Rs. 51,440). The top bike manufacturers that produce electric scooters under 1 lakh are Ola Electric, Bajaj, Hero Electric, Ampere, Komaki. Check out best electric scooters under 1 lakh in India from Ola S1 to Deltic Costa.

Electric Scooters Under 1 Lakh Price List

ModelEx-showroom Price
Ola S1Rs. 85,099 - 1.10 Lakh
Bajaj ChetakRs. 1.00 - 1.15 Lakh
Hero Electric OptimaRs. 51,440 - 67,440
Ampere MagnusRs. 49,999 - 76,800
Hero Electric AtriaRs. 63,640
Komaki XGT KMRs. 42,500
Hero Electric FlashRs. 46,640 - 56,940
PURE EV EplutoRs. 71,999
Hero Electric PhotonRs. 71,440
Hero Electric NYXRs. 62,954 - 67,440

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Electric Vehicles Pros & Cons

  • Pros
  • Cons

Environment-friendly

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.

Government Subsidies

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.

Cost Effective

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.

Lower Range

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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Electric Scooters Under 1 Lakh User Reviews

  • S1
    4.1
    138 reviews

    Ola.Oh ola.1.Company has not revealed the warranty period of the bike or the battery.2.Company has not revealed when will hyper charge stations come up and where.2a.Company has not revealed the cost of hyper charging.3.Ola plans to start delivery from oct 2021 directly to user without a dealer, But has no network of resident engineers in 1000 cities they have taken booking from.4.The ola scooter is priced at approx ₹145, 000.00.And only after fame to subsidy it is at 99, 000.00.As per rules an individual can claim fame2 subsidy only once.As such all those who have used their subsidy option once with ather, Tvs, Hero etc will not be illegible for subsidy again.5.Fame2 subsidy is a death knell for dealers as higher the sale, Higher capital tieup in subsidy claims.Same will be the case with ola, They will have huge dues from govt.6.Cost of battery replacement will be ₹50, 000 for ola s1 and ₹60, 000 for ola s1pro.7.Fixed battery.Problem for residents of high rise building dwellers.8.Keyless start and reverse are features which almost all escooter have now.9.Home charger is just 5 amp.For almost 4kwhr battery it will take 12 hours to charge.10.Without subsidy, The price will sky rocket.Fame2 subsidy is not permanent.#ola #olaelectric.

    Raju 2 months ago
  • Magnus
    3.5
    9 reviews

    Its is the worst electric scooter available in india today.I purchased one in july 2020 and from the 3rd month it started giving issues.I took it to the workshop they tried and they could not rectify the issues.While riding sudenly the motor gets cut off and there is no power.Sometimes suddenly the vehicle switches off.Sometimes the vehicles in ignition off state the lights and meter console gets on.Major problem is the power of the motor gets cut off while riding.

    Gigi 2 months ago
  • Atria
    3.9
    20 reviews

    Maeleg ka baba hona chahiye speed 40 ya 50 ka 1liter me 200 kilometres honi chahiye ab mai kya bolu bhaki aap man pasand hai na lekin baike soler plet honi chaiye thik na for mere ko koi dekhit nhi hai bhaki aap ki nice 🙂

    Alok 3 weeks ago
  • Epluto
    3.9
    24 reviews

    Worest service in srikakulam, No mileage as per showroom comment, No proper response from showroom, Head light not visible on road at night, Caused to accidents, Center stand hitting small speed breakers also, Not satisfied with their promises while in purchasing

    Rajendra 2 weeks ago
  • Photon
    3.1
    29 reviews

    Performance is good but comfort not.There should support for back seat.It's height not suitable for all.Side stand doesn't go up automatically.Hits in humps and speed break.Read more.

    Puttarangappa 1 month 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 Under 1 Lakh Question and Answers

  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 5 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

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    HIT 1 day ago

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  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 1 day ago

    The Ola S1 may not be available in the CSD canteen for now. However, you may get in touch with the brand directly or visit the nearest CSD canteen in your city. Ola S1 and S1 Pro finally go on sale and customers can book one using the smartphone app. You may check out the following article for more details: Ola S1 Goes Officially On Sale, Here's How To Buy One

  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 3 days ago

    For the price of a battery, we'd suggest you connect with the brand (OLA) directly or the nearest authorized service center.

  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 6 days ago

    Ola S1 features a disk brake on the front and disc. The Ola S1 and the S1 Pro share the same permanent magnet motor producing a peak power of 8.5kW and a peak torque of 58Nm (at the shaft). The motor in the S1 Pro gets a higher top speed of 115kmph whereas it’s restricted to 90kmph in the S1. It is linked to a 2.98kWh or a 3.97kWh lithium-ion battery pack with a claimed range of 121km and 181km respectively.