Komaki Launches Two New Electric Two-wheelers In India

  • Jan 25, 2022
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The Komaki Ranger is India’s first electric cruiser bike and boasts a 200km range

In recent times, the EV market in India has seen some interesting two-wheelers, and the latest entrants in this space are the Komaki Ranger e-bike and the Venice e-scooter. Let’s take a look.

What’s The Price? Who Are Its Rivals? 

The Komaki Ranger and the Venice retail at Rs 1,68,000 and Rs 1,15,000 (ex-showroom), respectively. Both two-wheelers will be available in showrooms from January 26th, 2022. 

The Komaki Ranger belongs to the niche electric bike segment, which includes the Revolt RV400 and the soon-to-arrive Tork Kratos. Meanwhile, the Komaki Venice will lock horns with the Ola S1 Pro, TVS iQube Electric, and the Ather 450.

There isn’t any update on whether the Komakis qualify for FAME-II benefits or not. We hope they do, because the subsidy will bring down their final prices, giving them a fighting chance in the market.

What’s On Offer? 

First, the Komaki Ranger.  India’s first electric cruiser bike looks the part, with a design seemingly inspired by old-school cruiser bikes. It gets a low seat, swept-back handlebars, and even chrome bits here and there. 

You also get lockable panniers, auxiliary LED lights, and faux exhausts with a built-in visual ‘flame effect’. 

The Komaki Ranger packs a 4kW motor and a 4kWh battery pack. The company claims the Ranger can cover around 200km on a single charge, which is quite impressive. But we will reserve our judgement till the real-world test happens.

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Now, to the Komaki Venice. This one gives off proper Italian scooter vibes (think the Vespa) and comes in as many as nine colour options.  

It is powered by a 3kW motor, paired with a 2.9kWh battery, which offers a maximum claimed range of 90-120km. 

Both offerings feature LED lights, a basic LCD instrument cluster, cruise control, reverse gear, music control, CBS, and riding modes. In addition to this, the Ranger gets a handlebar-mounted USB charging port. 

As for underpinnings, these two are sprung on a conventional fork and twin spring shocks. Braking is via disc brakes at both ends.


Komaki has an extensive lineup of affordable electric two-wheelers in India, and with these two now, it only looks more formidable than before. Considering the duo’s features and specifications, we believe the Komaki Ranger and the Venice have a fighting chance in the market; however, only if they qualify for FAME-II and state subsidies.

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