Which is the Best Electric Bike in India?

which is the best e bike in india

Which is the best electric bike in India? We’ll take a look at the Ather 450X, Hero Electric Dash, Revolt RV400, and Ultraviolette F77. Which one will you choose? And why? We’ll also discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each. Which electric bike should you buy? Read on to find out. Posted on April 15, 2019 by admin

Ather 450X

The Yamaha Ather 450X is the best ‘e’ bike in India. The Ather electric scooter has an impressive surge and pull and can sprint from a stop at traffic signals. The ‘Warp’ mode gives an unbelievable burst of acceleration and turns the Ather into a pocket rocket. Its rear brake has a tendency to rear step out which can be scary for beginners.

The Ather 450X starts at Rs. 13,500 in Delhi. The 450X and 450 Plus are priced at Rs. 113,416 and Rs. 132,426, respectively. These models are not cheap, so you should prepare to spend a considerable amount of money to buy them. This guide will help you decide whether the Ather 450X is worth its premium price.

While the Ather 450X is the best ‘e bike’ in India, its biggest rival is the Bajaj Chetak. This is the brand’s first electric two-wheeler and marks the company’s comeback in the scooter market. The electric motor on the Bajaj Chetak is capable of producing up to 3.8 kW of continuous power and five bhp. It also delivers 16.2 Nm of peak torque at 1,400 rpm and can reach 70 kmph. Charging takes 4-5 hours in a standard electrical socket and is suitable for long distance rides.

Another great feature of the Ather 450X is its Bluetooth connectivity. It comes with Wifi and Bluetooth connectivity. Its 7-inch LCD dashboard comes with 16-million-color-depth. It can go from 0 to 40 kmph in 3.3 seconds. It also delivers a similar time with a pillion on board. The Ather 450X has four modes, one of which is Eco. This mode gives you the most range – similar to a 110cc scooter.

Revolt RV400

The Revolt RV400 is an affordable electric bike with credible features and a prominent LED headlight. Its ride position is upright, with a raised handlebar and mildly rear-set footpegs. Its seat is comfortable with plush cushioning. The Revolt app lets riders see their travel history, the range, and the nearest Revolt swap station. There are three modes of charging, including the manual, quick charge, and fast charge. The battery is charged through a 15-amp plug.

The Revolt RV400 is India’s first AI-enabled electric motorcycle. It boasts features like geo-location, remote engine start-stop, and different sounds as you ride. It also features dual-projector full LED lighting and regenerative braking. It also comes with a charger that charges itself in a couple of years. A Revolt motors RV400 is one of the best e bikes in India.

The Revolt RV400 comes in three colours: black, silver, and grey. It can be bought on a finance scheme called My Revolt Plan. This scheme lets you pay Rs 3,000 per month, including service costs. With the My Revolt Plan, you can get the Revolt RV400 in just 37 months. It also comes with an attractive warranty. You can get your Revolt RV 400 for a reasonable price and get it delivered to your doorstep within a couple of days.

The Revolt RV400 is the best electric bike in India, but only one is currently sold in the country. Hero Electric’s AE-47 is expected to be launched at Auto Expo 2020 and will compete with the Revolt RV400. Its battery capacity is 3.24 KW and its charging time is four and a half hours. It also has a changeable sound, which is another plus.

Ultraviolette F77

The Ultraviolette F77 is a top-notch electric two-wheeler, and it is the first one to feature dual-channel ABS. We tested the F77 on wet roads and it sailed over them with ease. The F77’s powerful motor is capable of delivering incredible acceleration and is designed to withstand a variety of terrains. It also features a three-set battery, which is impressive considering how lightweight it is.

The ultra-compact, high-performance electric bike has the power to rival a lot of 300cc petrol bikes. It can reach 100 kmph in less than 7.5 seconds and is fitted with a decent sized digital TFT instrument cluster. The instrument cluster does not have a touchscreen, but is operated by switches mounted on the handlebars. The instrument cluster also supports Bluetooth, and is up-to-date via OTA. The ultraviolette F77 also comes with disc brakes at the front and rear.

The ultraviolette F77 electric bike will be launched in India in March 2022. It will be available in three paint finishes, starting at Rs 3 lakhs. The ultraviolette f77 electric bike will be powered by an electric motor capable of producing 25kW of power. The bike is expected to reach a top speed of 150km per hour. Pre-orders for the F77 electric bike will begin later this year. Depending on the model, it may cost as much as three lakh rupees.

Designed for riders in India, the ultraviolette F77 electric bike is a full-faired electric bike with a range of around 150 km on a single charge. Its unique swingarm and shapely cowl add style and elegance to the ride. The F77 also comes with a changeable power regeneration mode. With all these features and much more, the F77 is a fantastic electric bike for the city.

Hero Electric Dash

The Hero Electric Dash is the first electric bike in India to offer a high-performance 250-watt motor. This bike can carry an average weight of two people and has a driving range of up to 70 km. It comes with an optional lead-acid battery and is expected to retail at about 50,000 rupees. The Hero Electric Dash has a top speed of 25 Kmph, a range of 60 km, and is fast-charging.

The Hero Electric Dash is available in two colour schemes, black and blue. Both have zero emission branding and come with a pillion grab. This model features an integrated USB charging port and a boot camp for your passenger. It has a sporty look with twin-pod LED headlamps, chrome side mirrors, and brushed levers. It also has a digital instrument cluster, a USB mobile charging port, and a remote boot opening function. The battery is rechargeable and comes with a one-year/3-year warranty.

The Hero Electric Dash is available across six15 dealerships in India. Although the purchase price is higher than a regular bike, the initial cost will be lower than maintenance costs. Moreover, it does not contribute to environmental degradation. While the Dash is a bit expensive, it can save you a lot of money over time. The only downside to this model is that it requires regular maintenance.

The Hero Atria is powered by a 72V/26Ah battery and has a maximum range of 85 km. It charges up in about five hours. Depending on the model, the Hero Atria can travel at 25 kmph and reach a maximum speed of 50 km. The Joy e-bike is a model inspired by the Honda Grom 125. There are nine variants, and both are equipped with anti-theft systems.

Kabira Mobility KM 4000

The Kabira Mobility KM 4000 electric bike comes with a 4.3 kWh lithium ion battery. This battery is claimed to run the bike for 150 kilometers in Eco mode, 110 kilometers in ‘City’ mode and 90 kilometers in ‘Sport’ mode. The bike is charged within six and half hours and the second charging option takes about 50 minutes to charge the battery to 80 percent. Its bare minimum design and a lack of speed limiter make it an unattractive bike.

The KM 4000 is the flagship model from Kabira Mobility. It is available in three different variants, including STD, and costs Rs. 1,36,990. It was launched along with the KM 3000 earlier this year, and will be available in showrooms from May. Kabira Mobility KM 4000 is an electric bike, so it is definitely a great option for commuters.

The Kabira Mobility KM 4000 is one of the fastest electric bikes in India, and its top speed is 120 kmph. Its range is around 160 kilometers, and it has an integrated fast charger. Its price will be Rs 1,36,990, so it will be tough competition for the Revolt RV300 and Revolt RV400. But even with these specifications, it’s definitely worth considering if you’re looking for an electric bike.

The KM 4000 electric bike will be available in 50 cities in August 2021. Kabira Mobility is planning to expand its production capacity and its dealership network to meet demand. The company has already launched the KM 3000 electric bike and has plans to expand the network in the coming months. The price will be high when deliveries begin in May, but this electric bike could be a good alternative to Revolt EVs.