• anmol asked on 26 Aug 2021
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    Want to buy electric scotter

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    • on 27 Aug 2021

    There are ample options available i.e.Ola S1, Simple One, Ather 450X, Bajaj Chetak, etc. Choosing one will depend on several factors such as budget, brand preference, seating capacity, specific feature requirements etc. Click on the given link and apply filters in order to check out new cars as per your requirements.

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  • mani asked on 26 Nov 2021
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    What is the subsidy?

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    • on 27 Nov 2021

    For the subsidy, we would suggest you to get in touch with the nearest authorized dealership as the information may vary depending on your city. You may click on the following link and select your city accordingly for dealership details.

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    • Bikedekho experts
    • on 2 Nov 2021

    Selecting between TVS iQube and Okinawa Praise Pro would depend on certain factors such as your budget, preference of the brand, service availability, features required, performance, etc. Okinawa PraisePro could be a good option if you are looking for a feature-rich scooter with a decent range. It gets a 2.0 KWH battery that offers a claimed range of 110 km/charge. The e-scooter comes equipped with a portable lithium-ion battery that can be charged within 2-3 hours according to the company. It also shares most of its features with the standard Praise. This includes central locking with an anti-theft alarm, keyless entry, and a USB. On the other hand, iQube Electric has an annoying startup tune, which sounds like a certain water purifier, The raised floorboard means your legs could foul with the handlebar while making tight U-turns, Doesn’t support fast charging, yet. The iQube should be sweating a bit, because, after years of being developed behind closed doors, it is now meeting reality and the competition. The Ather 450 and Bajaj’s Chetak put the iQube on the back foot, at least on paper, but it’s on the roads it has to prove itself. The heart of the iQube is a 3kW hub motor sourced from Bosch, which is a bit disappointing. Even the 4.4kW of peak power, translating to about 6PS of power, sounds quite middling. TVS’ claims of accomplishing the 0-40kph dash in 4.2s and hitting a top speed of 78kph don’t mean much either, unless it does so in a fun and confident manner. Moreover, we would suggest you take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership.

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  • krishna asked on 15 Sep 2021
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    Is this scooter comfortable?

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    • on 16 Sep 2021

    The iQube is easy to ride around for commuting as the additional weight of the batteries is well managed. Like other TVS scooters it uses a telescopic fork at the front, but at the rear it uses dual shock absorbers, instead of a single shock absorber. This is needed to control the additional weight on the rear wheel. Overall comfort on the iQube is good too and it feels very composed over bumps. But there is a firmness which can be felt especially when going over broken roads. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.Read more -TVS iQube Road Test Review.

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