Bring home an electric scooter this Diwali to avoid rising petrol prices – here’s a list of the finest electric scooters…

Bring home an electric scooter this Diwali to avoid rising petrol prices - here's a list of the finest electric scooters...

Throughout India, the global demand for electric scooters is growing, where the cost of fuel has reached Rs100 in nearly all cities. Buying an E.V becomes a need rather than a choice in this circumstance. If you’re looking to purchase an electric scooter on Diwali, we’ve compiled a collection of the best electric scooters available in the market.

1. Ola S1:

The first bike on our list is the Ola S1, which costs Rs 99,999 but now it is available on reservation for Rs 499. It has a peak speed of 90 kmph and a driving range of 121 kilometers. It can also be charged for a range of 75 kilometers in 18 minutes at the same time. Besides that, Ola’s electric scooter portfolio also includes a Pro model that costs Rs 1, 29,999.

2. Bajaj Chetak is the second most popular brand in India:

The Bajaj Chetak Electric costs Rs 100,000 in Delhi right now. On a full charge, the electric scooter has a range of 90 kilometers and can be charged from 0 to 100 kilometers in about 5 hours. Chetak has been a popular scooter in people’s hearts for years, and the business has now introduced an electric version of it.

3. Ather 450X is the third product in the electric vehicle series:

The Ather 450X is the best-selling electric vehicle in its class, with a range of 116 kilometers on a single charge. It takes 3 hours and 35 minutes to charge from 0% to 80%. This scooter is equipped with a number of capabilities, including reverse gear and digital navigation. Let us inform you that the Ather 450X is presently available in Delhi for Rs 1, 32,426.

4. iQube from TVs:

In India, iQube has quickly established itself. Rs 1,00,777 is the pricing in Delhi. The scooter has a number of technical characteristics and can achieve a peak speed of 40 kilometers per hour in just 4.2 seconds. At the same time, a single charge will allow this scooter to travel 75 kilometres.

Credit – Komal Sharma

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