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10 Best Electric Scooters in India

On-road electric car share has increased significantly in India. The market for electric two-wheelers has seen a sharp increase in recent months.

The government’s promotion of EV adoption through incentives and tax breaks, more awareness, and less range anxiety are some of the factors that have contributed to this expansion. The high price has been a worry, but with the pace of adoption accelerating, prices are also becoming more competitive, particularly for two-wheelers.

Here are the top 10 best electric scooters that are offered in India.

Okinawa Ridge Plus

The electric scooter’s starting price is Rs 67,052 for the Okinawa Ridge Plus. It has front and rear drum brakes and an electrically assisted braking system. Its motor produces 0.8 kW (1 horsepower).

When completely charged, the lithium-ion battery pack provides a range of up to 120 kilometers. The battery needs two to three hours to charge completely. For the Ridge Plus, Okinawa claims a top speed of 55 kmph.

TVS iQube

TVS’s entrance into the electric scooter market is the TVS iQube. It is full of features and has a futuristic design. For instrumentation purposes, a full-color TFT display is included. LED headlamps, a USB charging connector, navigation assistance, geofencing, Bluetooth smartphone pairing, and other features are all included with the TVS iQube. A 4.400W motor is driven by a 2.25kWh battery pack in the TVS iQube. The iQube has a top speed of about 78 km/h, a range of about 75 km, and can accelerate from 0 to 40 km/h in 4.2 seconds.

Hero Electric Optima CX

Hero Electric is the market leader in terms of sales of electric two-wheelers as of July 2022, and its products’ affordability is a major driver of growth in its market share. The Optima CX is offered for as low as Rs 62,355. With a combined braking system on both wheels and front and rear drum brakes, it produces 0.55 kW (0.73 horsepower).

City Speed (HX) and Comfort Speed (LX), two versions, are offered in a choice of four colours. The scooter’s high-speed version is the HX model. Additionally, it offers two battery options: single battery and dual battery, with a range of 82 km and 122 km, respectively, on a full charge. The scooter’s top speed is 45 kilometers per hour.

Bounce Infinity E1

The electric scooter offers two models and five colour choices, with a starting price of Rs 55,114.

Its motor produces 1.5 kW (2 bhp), and its front and rear disc brakes work together to provide braking power for both wheels. The manufacturer says that the BLDC motor has a top speed of 65 kmph and produces up to 83Nm of torque. The 48V39Ah battery has a range of 85 kilometers and requires four to five hours to charge completely.

Users of the Bounce Infinity E1 can take advantage of battery-as-a-service features through Bounce’s battery swapping network thanks to a novel subscription-based battery plan.

Ampere Magnus Pro

This electric scooter has one type with four colour choices and a starting price of Rs 66,053.

The Magnus Pro, which has many characteristics with the Ampere Zeal, produces 1.2 kW (1.6 bhp), has front and rear drum brakes, and both wheels have a combined braking system. The electric scooter includes a 60V, 30Ah lithium-ion battery pack with a stated range of up to 70–80 km on a completely charged battery. The battery takes about five to six hours to fully charge. It is stated that the top speed is 55 kmph.

Ather 450x

Another high-end electric scooter with a contemporary look and amenities is the Ather 450X. You may use its sizable 7-inch LCD dashboard for navigation, music playback, and even accepting or rejecting calls. It can accelerate from 0 to 40 km/h in just 3.3 seconds and has an 80 km/h top speed. The Ather 450X also offers a cosy range of 118 kilometers. The scooter also has a centrally located mono-shock suspension system, two-disc brakes, reverse assist, built-in auto cut-off & surge protection, and more. The battery is housed in an IP67 water-resistant aluminum cast. However, the scooter is not inexpensive. In Mumbai, the price is Rs. 1.29 lakh (ex-showroom, after subsidies).

Simple One

The Simple One is a stunning electric scooter with a simple, contemporary look. It is a high-end electric vehicle made in India with amazing features. The scooter’s 236-kilometer range is among the best we’ve seen in an electric scooter. It accelerates from 0 to 40 km/h in just 2.95 seconds and has a top speed of 135 km/h. A sophisticated touchscreen dashboard, remote access, geo-fencing, 30 liters of boot space, and other features are among its characteristics. For a refundable deposit of Rs 1,947, you may pre-book the scooter, which comes in four lovely colours. It will be one of the best electric scooters you can buy, if not the best if the manufacturer can keep all of its claims.

Hero Electric Photon

downloadThe Hero Electric Photon has a retro-chic appearance and a stylish hero design with gentle lines. It has a 108-kilometer range and a top speed of 45 km/h. The digital instrument cluster, telescopic suspension, alloy wheels, detachable battery, LED headlamp, remote lock and anti-theft alarm, regenerative braking, and more are some of the scooter’s standout features. While some of the other motorcycles on our list may be more technologically advanced, the Hero Electric Photon gets all the fundamentals perfect. The starting price is Rs 74,240. It’s one of the greatest electric scooters to purchase right now in India at this pricing.

Bajaj Chetak

downloadIn the past, Bajaj Chetak was among the most well-known and well-liked scooter brands. The business is now bringing it back in an electric version. The scooter’s design is a stunning fusion of its historical tradition and contemporary elegance. In terms of specifications, it has a range of 90 kilometers and a battery life of 70,000 kilometers, or 7 years. The battery has a quick charging capability that allows it to charge up to 25% faster than a full charge, which takes 5 hours. Its steel body is made to last and has an IP67 rating for water and dust resistance. There is no denying that it is a premium scooter but at Rs. 1,41,400 ex-showroom,

Ola S1

91704485Although Ola S1 didn’t get off to the start that many were hoping for, it is still the best alternative available, at least on paper. The Ola S1 and the Ola S1 Pro are the two kinds of scooters that are offered. The Ola S1 Pro has 181 kilometers of range on a single charge, compared to the normal Ola S1’s 121 kilometers of ARAI-certified range. The range in the real world, however, is probably far less. According to Ola, the S1 Pro scooter’s real range is 135 km, which can only be reached under specific circumstances.

Similar to this, the Ola S1 Pro accelerates from 0 to 40 in just 3 seconds and has a top speed of 115 km/h, while the Ola S1 has a top speed of 90 km/h and needs 3.6 seconds to reach that speed. Both versions have a number of alluring features, such as proximity unlock, a sizable dashboard, voice control, different profiles, and others. You can book the Ola S1 right now for just Rs 499 and it will come in 10 stunning colours. The Ola S1 and Ola S1 Pro will both cost Rs 99,999 and Rs 1,29,999, respectively. It’s one of the best electric scooters you can buy in India, despite the ostensibly expensive price.

Also Read: Ather 450x vs Bajaj Chetak – Which Scooter is best?

Conclusion 

In light of growing fuel prices, electric scooters are quickly replacing gasoline-powered scooters as a practical alternative. They are reasonably priced, simple to maintain, environmentally friendly, and have long-term benefits to your money. Electric scooters and autos both require less maintenance than ICE (petrol and diesel) models. To encourage people to use a more environmentally friendly form of transportation, the Indian government is also heavily subsidising electric scooters and aiming to make EVs as affordable as gasoline cars. So now is the perfect time to switch from gasoline-powered scooters to electric scooters. Check out our list of the top electric scooters available for purchase or pre-order if you’re in the market for one.

Dear Friends, We have not given any marks or numbers to the above EV.Before buying go through the details.

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