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Electric scooters have become quite popular in India amid rising fuel prices and improvements in the range and battery life of scooters. Several companies have launched their electric scooters including companies like Ather, Hero, TVS, Bajaj, Ola and more.

There are so many electric scooters in India and it is easy to get confused about which electric scooter to buy. In this post, we take a look at some of the best electric scooters available in India to help you decide which scooter to buy.

Scooter Battery Range top speed Price
Other 450X 3.7kWh 146 km 80 km/h ₹1.39.005
Ola S1 Pro 4 kWh 181 km 116 km/h ₹1,39,999
TVS iQube ST 4.56 kWh 145 km 82 km/h ₹1.40,000 (expected)
Hero Vida V1 Pro 3.94 kWh 165 km 80 km/h ₹1.39,000
Bajaj Chetak 2.89 kWh 90 km 63 km/h ₹1,57,900
Ola S1 3 kWh 141 km 95 km/h ₹99,999
Bounce Infinity E1 1.9 kWh 85 km 65 km/h ₹88,214

Athe 450X

The Ather 450X is one of the most popular electric scooters on the market and the company recently introduced the Ather 450X Gen 3. It has a sporty design and a full aluminum frame.

The Ather 450X Gen 3 is equipped with a powerful 6.2 kW PMS motor that develops a maximum torque of 26 Nm. It has a top speed of 80 km/h and can go from 0 to 40 in just 3.3 seconds.

The scooter has a 7-inch touchscreen that provides driving information, navigation, call notifications and more.

Ola S1 Pro

The Ola S1 Pro is the premium variant of the company’s first-generation electric scooters. It’s a feature-packed scooter with a sleek design, and it’s available in eleven colors so you can choose from a variety of options.

The scooter is powered by a powerful 8.5 kW motor that can develop a maximum torque of 58 Nm. It reaches a top speed of 116 km per hour and goes from 0 to 40 in just 2.9 seconds.

The scooter has a 7-inch touchscreen that provides navigation, trip stats, notifications and more. The scooter comes with a speaker with which you can play music.

TVS iQube ST

The TVS iQube ST is the premium offering in the company’s second-generation electric vehicles. The iQube ST is a feature-packed scooter that looks like a traditional scooter. If you’re looking for a scooter that looks like traditional scooters, the TVS iQube ST, which has a design similar to the company’s gasoline scooter, Jupiter, is worth considering.

The TVS iQube ST is powered by a 4.4 kW electric motor that can develop a maximum torque of 33 Nm. It offers a top speed of 82 km per hour and from 0 to 40 in 4.2 seconds.

The iQube ST comes with Alexa integration and has a 7-inch display with ride stats, navigation, music controls and more. The scooter has a large storage space under the seat of 32 liters.

Hero Vida V1 Pro

The Hero Vida V1 Pro is part of the company’s Vida V1 series and is a premium offering from the company. It has a sporty design and comes with many customization options.

The Hero Vida V1 is equipped with a 3.9 kWh hub motor with 25 Nm peak torque. It offers a top speed of 80 km/h and from 0 to 40 in 3.2 seconds.

The Hero Vida V1 Pro has a 7-inch display with ride information, navigation, alerts and more. The scooter comes with a removable battery and offers cruise control.

Bajaj Chetak

Bajaj has brought the iconic Chetak scooter into electric form. The company’s popular scooter has made a comeback with a sleek design and a round display.

The Bajaj Chetak has a 4.2 kW motor that delivers 20 Nm of peak torque and offers a top speed of 69 km per hour. The scooter can go from 0 to 40 in 4.5 seconds.

The highlights of the Bajaj Chetak are its iconic design and instrument panel with Bluetooth connectivity. The scooter comes with a steel body that makes it durable.

Ola S1

Despite being an affordable offering from the company, the Ola S1 is still a feature-packed scooter. It comes with the same design as the Ola S1 Pro. The scooter was relaunched on India’s 75th Independence Day.

The Ola S1 is equipped with an 8.5 kW motor that can develop 58 Nm of torque. It reaches a top speed of 95 km per hour and goes from 0 to 40 in just 3.8 seconds.

The Ola S1 has the same 7-inch touchscreen as the Ola S1 Pro and offers navigation and call alerts. It allows users to play music, unlock the scooter remotely and a few more.

Bounce Infinity E1

The Bounce Infinity E1 is another electric scooter that offers removable batteries so you can quickly replace your battery without having to wait for a charge.

The Bounce Infinity E1 has a BLDC hub motor that can develop a peak torque of 85 Nm. The scooter can go from 0 to 40 in 6 seconds.

The main highlight of the Bounce Infinity E1 is the replaceable battery. It can also be charged at home using the company’s home charging station. It comes with features like live tracking, geo-fencing, anti-theft alert and more.

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