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Kabira Mobility KM3000 And KM4000 Mark-II Launched, Price Starts At Rs 1.74 Lakh

Modified On Feb 14, 2024 03:45 PM By Sahil for Kabira Mobility KM3000

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The e-bikes deliver up to 201km range in a single charge and have a 120kmph claimed top speed

Kabira Mobility KM3000 And KM4000 Mark-II Launched, Price Starts At Rs 1.74 lakh

Kabira Mobility, a Goa-based EV manufacturer, has launched the KM3000 and KM4000 Mark-II models at Rs 1,74,000 and Rs 1,76,000 (ex-showroom Goa, excluding Fame 2 subsidy) respectively. Both these electric bikes have received aesthetic changes and have undergone thorough technical upgrades.

The faired KM3000 Mark-II is available in two variants: the base KM3000 and the higher-spec KM3000-V. The naked KM4000 Mark-II also has two variants: the base KM4000 and the higher-spec KM4000-V.

Kabira Mobility KM4000 Mark-II

The KM3000 comes with new graphics, while the naked KM4000 has undergone a thorough design refresh. It features a new front-end design with an oval-shaped headlight with DRLs. Both bikes have a frunk with a 13-litre capacity in place of a traditional fuel tank. 

Both the KM3000 and KM4000 are now powered by India’s first Aluminium Core Powertrain 12kW hub motor, developed in collaboration with Foxconn and produces a peak output of 16.3PS and 192Nm. The bikes have a 120kmph claimed top speed and a claimed acceleration from 0 to 60kmph of 4.5 seconds.

Kabira Mobility KM3000 Mark-II

The KM3000 and KM4000 feature a 4.1kWh battery pack delivering a claimed range of 178km that charges from 0 to 100 percent in three hours with a 1.5kW on-board charger. On the other hand, the top KM3000-V and KM4000-V variants get a 5.15kWh battery with a 201km claimed range which takes an additional twenty minutes to fully charge. 

The Kabira Mobility KM3000 and KM4000 come equipped with a 5-inch TFT instrument console. Both bikes come with five riding modes: Eco, City, Sports, Parking and Reverse. The  KM3000 features a bulb projector headlight while the KM4000 has an LED headlight accompanied by LED DRLs (daytime running lights). The LED indicators and taillight are standard on all variants.

Kabira Mobility KM3000 and KM4000 Mark-II

Both bikes are built on diamond steel tube frames. They come equipped with a telescopic fork and a rear monoshock. In terms of braking, both these bikes feature 320mm front and 230mm rear disc brakes with CBS (Combined Braking System). The KM3000 and KM4000 Mark-II ride on 17-inch alloys. Base variants come with 110-section front and 140-section rear tyres whereas the top-end variants have 190-section rear tyres. Both bikes have a seat height of 815mm and a kerb weight of 152kg.

In the electric bike segment, the Kabira Mobility KM3000 and KM4000 Mark-II compete with the Revolt RV400, Oben Rorr, Tork Kratos R and Matter Aera.

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