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  • Q. How is the service, which is the best model in terms of mileage and life - Ridge?

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    Bhaskar
    Bhaskar | 8 months ago

    Ridge plus

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    Mohan
    Mohan | 1 year ago

    Ridge plus is good, 60km range per charge.

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Okinawa Ridge mileage

ARAI Claimed 80 Km/Charge
User Reported 75 Km/Charge

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