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Vida V1 e-Scooter: Same Price Other Options

Modified On Oct 12, 2022 12:50 PM By Aamir Momin for Bajaj Pulsar F250

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The Vida V1 not cutting it for you? Here’s what else you can opt for

Hero MotoCorp’s sub-brand Vida has launched its first electric scooter, the V1, in two variants: Plus, priced at Rs 1,45,000, and Pro, at Rs 1,59,000 (ex-showroom Delhi including Fame II). However, if the Vida V1 e-scooter is not to your liking, then here’s all that you can get at the same price. 

Yamaha MT 15 - Rs 1,63,900

The first and closest alternative to the Vida V1 e-scooter will be the Yamaha MT-15 V2. The updated streetfighter comes packed with a bunch of premium hardware and is powered by a reliable and smooth 155cc liquid-cooled engine. While the 2022 iteration of the naked comes with a USD fork, an LCD console, and Bluetooth connectivity, it still misses out on navigation. If you’re looking for a fairly light, agile streetfighter that packs a punch, then the MT-15 is the one to go for.

Bajaj Pulsar F250 - Rs 1,49,978

Not in a mood for an electric scooter? Well, then how does a 249.07cc faired bike sound? The Bajaj Pulsar F250 at a similar price as the V1 Pro offers a more powerful engine, touring-friendly design and dual channel ABS. However, as far as the features are concerned, the F250 misses out on Bluetooth connectivity. It’s an ideal motorcycle if you’re looking for a machine that can do commutes and weekend rides with ease.

Yamaha FZS 25 - Rs 1,52,400

Another alternative to the Vida V1 would be the Yamaha FZS 25. While the motor on this naked is not all that impressive, it is still great for city commutes. On the features front, it is quite archaic and gets a simple negative LCD console missing out on modern day features. That said, it does come with a real-time mileage indicator. Overall, it’s a great quarter-litre naked that feels at home in the city.

Ather 450X - Rs 1,55,657

The tried and tested Ather 450X is the closest alternative to the Vida V1. The 450X has time and again impressed us with its performance, features and more importantly – the reliability. We have also ridden the 450X Gen 3, and you can check out what we think about it here.

Royal Enfield Hunter 350 - Rs 1,63,900

Concluding the list is the Royal Enfield Hunter 350, which is also the most powerful set of two wheels in this list, and interestingly not that much more expensive than the Vida V1. The most compact and light Royal Enfield bike had us intrigued with its city-friendly performance. Check what we think about the bike here.

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