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  • Q. Which is the best model to travel 130km/day - Praise?

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    Lokanath
    Lokanath | 1 year ago

    As per your budget praise will cost 80k on road or i praise 130k on road. if you have a charging point in your office or shop you can charge as per your requirement. Priase Lead acid battery takes 4-5 hrs of charge and where as i praise lithium ion battery takes hardly 1hr. so now you can plan your self.

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    Prashant
    Prashant | 10 months ago

    Don't go for any lead acid version

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