Revolt RV 400 vs Ather 340: Image Comparison
How does the Revolt RV 400 fare against the impressive Ather 340? We find out in our image comparison
Why are we comparing a motorcycle with a scooter? First off, both are all-electric two-wheelers. And secondly, both are loaded with features that could put premium motorcycles to shame. We will get our hands on the new Revolt RV 400 soon, so stay tuned for our first ride review. Till then, let’s take a look at how the RV 400 fares against the Ather 340 through detailed images.
The Ather 340’s narrow front end and sharp lines on the side are quite striking, too say the least. But it’s the Revolt RV 400 with its vibrant red and black dual paint option that will help you to stand apart from the crowd. Revolt is also offering the RV 400 in black for those who like to keep things sober.
Both electric two-wheelers are equipped with an LED headlamp and LED tail lamp.
The Ather 340 as well as the Revolt RV 400 get a fully-digital instrument cluster. However, the Ather 340 gets a more comprehensive, full-colour 7-inch touchscreen display whereas the RV 400 gets a conventional LCD panel.
When it comes to technology, the Ather 340 and RV 400 are neck and neck. While the Ather gets nifty features like GPS navigation, reverse mode and a plethora of sensors which understands your riding style, the Revolt RV 400 is equipped with some really cool features such as remote start and four different exhaust notes to choose from.
The switchgear quality on both vehicles is quite impressive, but the plastics feels a bit more premium on the Ather 340 compared to the Revolt RV 400.
Being a scooter, the Ather 340 has the advantage of a massive underseat storage space of 26 litres.
In the suspension department, it’s the Revolt RV 400 which takes the lead. It gets premium upside down front fork and a rear monoshock. The Ather 340 gets a telescopic front fork and a monoshock at the rear.
Both electric two-wheelers are equipped with disc brakes at either ends.
Revolt hasn’t revealed the exact specifications of the RV 400’s motor yet, but it gets swappable batteries which the Ather 340 does not. Revolt claims that the RV 400 has a range of 156km, whereas the Ather 340 has a claimed range of 45-60km.
Revolt hasn’t revealed the RV 400’s prices yet, but we expect it to retail at around Rs 1 lakh (on-road), which will make it around Rs 10,500 more affordable than the Ather 340 (Rs 1.10 lakh on-road Bengaluru).