Best Electric Motorcycles in India That Are Worth Your Money

From being pocket friendly to environment friendly, an electric bike in India is one of the most recommended two-wheeler options that is known today. If you are also planning to purchase a two-wheeler, then do not forget to check out some of the options in this segment of electric bikes.

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Apart from being eco-friendly, a simple electric scooter does not even require a driving license for riding. Moreover, you do not even need to get your electric two-wheeler registered in RTO, and hence it does not require any insurance. Resultantly, you do not have to worry about the bike insurance rate. However, you can get the clarification on all these aspects from your two-wheeler dealer. As some high-end bikes may need registration and insurance.

Best Electric Bike Models

Mentioned below are some of the best electric bike models that are surely worth the money and are largely appreciated throughout the country.

    • Ather 450

      Ather 450 is one of the feature-rich electric scooters of India. This electric bike has a modern design with an aerodynamic and sleek profile. Smartphone pairing, internet connectivity, 7 - inch touchscreen instrument display, an over-the-air update of software, navigation, geo-fencing, reverse assist, etc are some of the top features of this bike. The bike is powered by a lithium-ion battery of 2.4kWh which has an IP67 rating for dust and water proof. In addition to this BLDC motor is paired with the battery that produces a peak power of 5.4kW. The realistic maximum range of the scooter is 75km on one charge. The charging time of this bike is two hours in which it gets charges from 0 to 80. However, if you use a fast charger, then it will juice the batteries at the rate of 1kilometre per minute.

      Revolt RV 300
      Revolt RV 300 is the entry-level model in the line-up of this brand. It has most of the equipment and features like its large siblings, however, it does have a smaller electric motor. The range of this bike is 180 kilometers on a single charge and it has three riding modes.

    • Revolt RV 400

      Revolt RV 400 is the first electric motorbike in the Indian two-wheeler industry. This bike has two variants – premium and standard. The range of this electric two-wheeler is 150kilometres in a single charge. This motorcycle offers many features like an aluminum swingarm, adjustable rear mono-shock, 37mm upside-down forks, bolt-on subframe. In addition to all these features, the bike has Al-enabled technology and has unique maintenance and payment schemes.

    • Ultraviolette F77

      The design of the Ultraviolette F77 electric motorbike is inspired by the aviation space. This motorcycle has a sports modern look and is completely a head-turner when you see it on the streets. The smartphone application, connectivity to the internet, ABS, fully digital instrument cluster, regenerative braking, etc are some of the top features of this bike. This electric bike houses 3 batteries each of which is 4.2kWh. Each of the batteries is paired with an electric motor that produces the torque of 90Nm and 33.5bhp. The bike has a chain-drive setup through which the power is sent to the rear wheels. As per the claim of the company, the bike can reach from 0 to 100kmph in 0.29 seconds and can carry on to get the top speed of 147kmph. The bike can run for 150kms in a single charge from its three batteries. The fast charging can charge the batteries from zero to 80% in just 50 minutes.

    • Okinawa Lite

      The Okinawa Lite is the latest model in the electric bike's category of this brand. This electric bike has a funky and modern design that makes it appealing among the young bike buyers. This lite bike has a stop/ start push button, auto motor lock, auto handle lock function, remote seat open, and many more. The bike is powered by a detachable 1.25kWh lithium-ion battery with a hub-mounted 250W waterproof motor. The Okinawa Lite can run up to 50 km in a single charge. The charging time ranges between four to five hours for getting it fully charged.

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    • Okinawa I – Praise

      It is a feature-packed electric two-wheeler offered by Okinawa brand. The company provides a mobile application for the scooter that enables to track the riding stats of the bike, geo-fencing, battery charge status, and many more. Some other features of this electric bike are – anti-theft alarm, central locking, mobile charging USB port, keyless entry, regenerative braking system, and speed alert. This bike has a detachable lithium-ion battery of 3.3kWh with 1, 000W waterproof, and hub-mounted motor. This electric bike claims that its range is 160Kms on a single charge. The charge time ranges between three to four hours to get a 100% charge.

    • Okinawa Ridge Plus

      This bike is the latest entry in this brand’s line-up. Okinawa Ridge Plus features the connectivity of mobile through the mobile application. The connectivity feature provides the status of riding, battery charging status, find my scooter, geo-fencing, and many more. This scooter has a detachable lithium-ion battery of 1.75kWh with an 800W waterproof and hub-mounted motor. Okinawa Ridge Plus claims to run 90 to 100kms in a single charge. The charging time of this bike ranges between two to three hours for a full charge.

      Hero Electric Dash
      This electric bike of Hero looks modern and its profile is wider as compared to most other electric bikes. Some of the features of Hero Electric Dash are LED DRLs, LED headlamps, Remote boot opening, large seat, USB port for charging, and ground clearance of 145mm. This electric bike is powered by a lithium-ion battery of 48V 28Ah that is paired with a motor of 250W. This electric two-wheeler claims to run 60 km in a single charge. The bike has a fast charging feature that has a charging time of four hours to get the battery fully charged.

The Bottom Line:

The aforementioned bikes are some of the top electric bikes of India that have been prepared by considering various factors. However, you can opt for some other electric bike as well but do not forget to look at its features. As mentioned above, ask your bike dealer whether it the bike needs registration so that you can be able to get the bike insurance rate.

Written By: PolicyBazaar - Updated: 23 September 2021
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