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Ampere Magnus And Reo Li Prices Slashed: Get Cheaper By Up To Rs 10,000

Modified On May 16, 2024 04:15 PM By Soham for Ampere Magnus EX

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With the new prices, the top-end Ampere Magnus EX undercuts the newly launched cheapest TVS iQube variant, the one with the 2.2kWh battery pack

Ampere today has announced a price cut of up to Rs 10,000 for their entry and mid-range of electric scooters. This move should help them reach wider audiences, especially when the overall EV sales have been hit due to transition from FAME 2 subsidy to EMPS (Electric Mobility Promotion Scheme 2024, which offers lesser subsidy than the former). 

That said, the introductory prices of the recently launched Ampere Nexus family electric scooter remain unchanged. Below is the new price breakup of the Ampere’s entry and mid-level electric scooters:

Ampere Electric Scooter

Ampere Electric Scooter Latest Price

Old Price

Price Difference

Ampere Reo Li Plus

Rs 59,900

Rs 69,900

Rs 10,000

Ampere Magnus LT

Rs 84,900

Rs 93,900

Rs 9000

Ampere Magnus EX

Rs 94,900

Rs 1,04,900

Rs 10,000

(ex-showroom, Delhi, with EMPS subsidy)

These electric scooters have decent specs, and are suitable for everyday urban riding with a claimed range of up to 70km. In fact, since the Reo Li Plus has a top speed less than 25kmph, you don’t need a two-wheeler licence or registration to ride it. Its rivals include e-scooters like Yulu Wynn, and Zelio Gracy i.

The Magnus is the mid-level scooter with two variants: LT and EX. The biggest difference between them is the battery capacity. The Magnus LT has a smaller, 1.8kWh battery that’s good enough for a claimed range of 81km, while the Magnus EX has a 2.29kWh battery giving it claimed range of 121km. The Magnus rivals the likes of Kinetic E Luna, and Lectrix EV LXG.

Ampere Nexus Electric Scooter Launched

The Ampere Nexus family electric scooter was launched in April 2024. The Nexus gets a swingarm-mounted hub motor that makes 4kW peak, and has a claimed top speed of 93kmph. The 3kWh battery pack gives it a claimed range of 136km, and Ampere claims it can be charged from 0-100 percent in 3.3 hours. It comes in two variants, ST and EX , costing Rs 1,09,000 and Rs 1,19,000 (introductory, ex-showroom, Delhi, after EMPS subsidy). Its rivals list includes Ather Rizta, TVS iQube, Hero Vida V1 Pro, Ola S1 Air and Bajaj Chetak.

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