• guru asked on 5 Mar 2021
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    How much time to get fully charged? How many units consumed ,and how many Kilo meter will it run?

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    • on 5 Mar 2021

    TVS iQube takes 5 hours to get fully charged, and the range is 75km/charge. The units of electricity required will depend on source current/voltage, charging time, and specifications of the charger. Moreover, we would suggest you get in touch with the authorized dealership as they will be better persons to assist you in this concern. Dealer.

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    Is TVS iQube display features screen touch?

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    TVS iQube features a TFT instrument cluster and smartphone connectivity.

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  • rizwan asked on 27 Apr 2021
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    Sir kitna cc ka Scotty hai ye

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    TVS iQube Electric is an electric scooter that is equipped with a 4400 W BLDC motor that generates a max torque of 140 Nm which gives you a range of 75 km/charge.

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    Want a electric scooter with 150 km range

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    There are ample options available i.e. Komaki TN-95, Avera Retrosa, Okinawa iPraise 22Kymco Flow, etc. Choosing one will depend on several factors such as budget, fuel type, brand preference, seating capacity, specific feature requirements, etc.Click on the given link and apply filters in order to check out electric scooters as per your requirements.

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