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Okinawa Ridge
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  • Q. Hi Sir, how about your bike performance and its mileage with a full charge battery - Ridge?
    Zigwheels | 2 years ago

    The Okinawa Ridge is the Indian brand’s debut product. The electric scooter’s design is sleek and sporty, with an apron-mounted headlamp. The handlebar cowl features indicators and the three-spoke aluminium alloy wheels get dual-tone finish for added premium quotient. It also gets a digital instrument cluster, telescopic front forks and dual rear shock absorber. The front and rear drum brakes come with Electronic Assisted Braking System (E-ABS) with regenerative energy. Powering the scooter is an 800 watt brushless DC motor which helps it reach a claimed top speed of 55kmph. The 60V/24Ah VRLA Battery is good for 80-90km range. There’s also an optional lithium-ion battery with the same spec and range as the lead acid unit. The lead acid battery takes 4-6 hours to charge, and the optional fast charger charges the battery in only 1-2 hours. Other notable features include center locking with anti-theft alarm, keyless entry and Find My Scooter function. Do take a test ride before making a final call.

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  • Q. My requirement is maintaining of speed 55kmph and for one charge I require 120 kilometers which e-bike is preferrable?
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    The Okinawa Praise would be a perfect choice for you according to your requirements, the scooter has a top speed of 75Kmph and can go a distance of 170-200kms in a single full charge. we would suggest you to take a test ride of the scooter.Click here for the Dealership: https://www.zigwheels.com/bikes/dealers/Okinawa

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  • Q. How is the service, which is the best model in terms of mileage and life - Ridge?
    Bhaskar | 5 months ago

    Ridge plus

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