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  • Q. I need good quality and mileage, after service electric scooters. which one is better? Compare to Ather 450
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    Zigwheels | 8 months ago

    The Ather Energy 450 is a direct rival to the Okinawa I Praise, the two electric scooters have been into the dungeon for a while. The Okinawa I Praise is the flagship product offered by the Okinawa with a wide range of distance it can travel on the single full charge. The Okinawa has a good service network pan India. The scooter has been available with features such as the LED headlamp, DRL's, front hydraulic telescopic suspension, front disc brakes, alloy wheels, availability of multiple riding modes, a top speed of 75kmph, USB charger, side stand sensor, waterproof BLDC motor with walk assist, tubeless tyres, Rear double shocker with dual tube technology, rear disc brakes, complete control Okinawa app and detachable batteries. However, we would suggest you to take a test ride of both the scooters so that you may get acquainted to the ride quality and build quality of both the scooters.Click here for the dealership: https://www.zigwheels.com/bikes/dealers

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  • Q. Can I use this bike on hilly area - Ather 450?
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    Zigwheels | 11 months ago

    We can't give any verdict here as we haven't tested it yet in hilly areas. But going by the first ride impressions of the Ather 450, we can assure you that it is the most desirable scooter in the market today. It is packed with features, easy to live with, and has the right ingredients to replace the conventional petrol-powered scooters of today.

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  • Q. How was your experience with Ather Energy 450?
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    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    The Ather 450 does look like an electric scooter, but not in the conventional tacky/flimsy way. It looks so because it is lean and edgy. The design, in fact, of the whole scooter is built on the theme ‘Clean’. All the panels are very simple with just one body line running across to lend it some sharpness. The front panel gets a long and narrow headlight which of course is an LED. Below it are two floating panels which lend the scooter some mass. It runs on 12-inch wheels at both ends with 90/90 section rubber. A slightly wider setup would have looked better, but Ather chose to go with these for their lower rolling resistance, and hence increased efficiency. From the side, the scooter’s radical design really comes into play. The white rear bodywork has been given a floating design by striking a contrast with the black floor panels. The seat gets a practical and well designed two-point hinge which is finished in green and adds to the scooter’s high-tech look. A wonderful design touch is the side stand with its 4-bar-link which sits flush with the body panel. The only thing that we felt a little odd was the high set front mudguard. Ather just did not make a scooter, they made one of the best there is in the country that can easily replace the conventional ones, at least for urban use. And then, they did not just stop there, but went ahead to make it smart, connected and brimming with technology which even a lot of cars on the road don't have. The result is not just a regular electric scooter, but a premium experience and a taste of the future. Ather has done what it set out for - made a no-compromise scooter that finally makes the electric two-wheeler space aspirational.

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  • Q. Can we go for a long drive in Ather 450?
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    Zigwheels | 6 months ago

    Ather 450 runs on a lithium-ion battery and a BLDC motor which has a claimed range of 55-75 km/charge. The scooter takes 4.18 Hours to get charged and is a good option for short city commutes but would not be good for a long-distance ride. Find out more: - Ather 450 Electric Scooter: First Ride Review - Ather 450 Performance Review

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  • Q. Hi, tell me about Good and Bad for this bike. - Ather 450?
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    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    The 450's BDLC motor is capable of 3.3 kW of sustained power (5.4 kW peak). While it might not seem like much, it makes 20.5Nm of torque, which is as much as some 250cc bikes. That allows it a 0-40kmph acceleration time of 3.9 seconds and the ability to climb 18 degree steep gradients. Top speed is a true 80kmph. The battery pack is rated at 2.4KWh and affords an ARAI claimed range of 107km. Ather claims a real-world mileage of 75km in economy mode and 60km in power mode. The front telescopic forks and centrally mounted monoshock are responsible for the impressive ride quality the scooter has to offer. Braking is taken care of by a 200mm front disc and a 190mm rear disc with the added safety of combined braking system. The Ather 450 is not only the most expensive but also the coolest scooter on sale today. The company is still expanding and is currently offering its services in Bengaluru and Indore only. Going by the first ride impressions of the Ather 450, we can assure you that it is the most desirable scooter in the market today. It is packed with features, easy to live with, and has the right ingredients to replace the conventional petrol-powered scooters of today.

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