Revolt RV300 vs Revolt RV400: Differences...
- Aug 29, 2019
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Along with the RV400, Revolt has launched a more affordable model called RV300. To make it an even more alluring proposition than the RV400, Revolt is charging only Rs 2,999 per month under its 37-month ‘My Revolt Plan’. At the end of the tenure, you’d have paid around Rs 1.11 lakh. The plan includes insurance, registration and even service costs for the said tenure. Click here to know more about the plan.
This motorcycle comes with a smaller 1.5kW hub motor compared to the RV400’s 3kW motor that is mounted inside the frame. The lithium-ion battery is also a smaller 60V, 2.7kWh unit which offers a claimed range of 80-150km. The range isn’t all that different from the RV400 and Revolt has achieved this by limiting the bike’s top speed in different modes. In Eco mode, the RV300’s top speed is restricted to just 25kmph whereas in Normal mode it can reach up to 45kmph. In Sports mode, the RV300 can travel at speeds up to 65kmph.
In terms of underpinnings, the RV300 comes with a 240mm front and 180mm rear disc with CBS as standard. Like the RV400, this motorcycle also gets a premium inverted fork and monoshock. The RV300 is also 7kg lighter than the RV400, but saddle height is 12mm higher at 826mm. In a bid to keep the costs in check, the Indian startup has equipped the bike with a box-section swingarm and a slightly slimmer 110-section rear tyre. Also, the RV300 misses out on keyless ignition and up front, the bike shares the same 90-section rubber as the RV400.
Also Read: Revolt RV400 First Ride Review
Bookings for this motorcycle will commence from tomorrow onwards and the token amount stands at Rs 1,000. Deliveries will begin from September and the charges for swapping the battery will be free until 31 December 2019. That said, the bike is available only in Delhi and Pune for now.
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