priced from Rs 21,000 to Rs 1.30 lakh
Electric vehicles are now becoming a major part of the auto mobile market. There are many electric vehicle manufacturers in the market, which are making Electric Scooters and Motorcycles. But many budget customers also turn to Electric Bicycle. Here we are going to tell you about the top 5 Electric Bicycles sold in India.
- Lectro Ezephyr TX 700C SS (Price – Rs 21,000)
The Electric Cycle Hero Lectro series from the country’s most reputed bicycle manufacturer Hero Cycles is a great electric cycle series. The Lectro Ezephyr TX 700C SS is the company’s entry-level product, perfect for someone who uses a bike for daily commute.
250W, 36V hub motor has been used in this bicycle, which provides torque of 40 Newton meter. It gets a frame-integrated 5.8Ah lithium-ion battery, which offers a range of up to 25-40 kms depending on the mode. It can be fully charged in about 4 hours.
- Nuze i1 (Price- Rs 30,616)
The Nuze i1 is a great electric cycle for those whose usage mainly involves city rides, city roads and open roads. The road-biased e-bike uses a 5.2Ah lithium-ion integrated battery, which gives a range of 25-30 kms on pedal assist mode.
At the same time, its range becomes 22-25 km on throttle mode. Its battery can be fully charged in 3-4 hours. This makes the e-Bike work without a multiple drivetrain system, it also comes with other features like disc brakes at both ends, a front suspension and a lightweight alloy frame.
- Toutche Electric Heileo M100 (Price- Rs 49,900)
If you stretch your budget, then you can buy the Toutche Electric Heileo M100, which is best suited for off-road and city riding. The bike is powered by a 10.4Ah, 36V Li-Ion detachable battery, which offers 60km pedal assist range and 50km range on the throttle.
This e-Bike can be fully charged in 2.5 hours. Its 250W BLDC rear hub motor is capable of topping out at 25kmph. If you want to switch drivetrains, you can easily move away from electric assist and use the bike’s Shimano Tourney TY21 6-speed derailleur.
- eMotorad EMX (Price- Rs 54,999)
Next up is EMotorad’s flagship e-Bike EMX, which gets a segment-first dual-suspension setup (front and rear) with preload adjustability. It is a very light e-bike, which offers many features and is quite comfortable. Unlike the Ezephyr, the EMX uses a 10.4Ah lithium-ion battery.
It is a detachable battery that can be taken out and charged anywhere. It takes around 4-5 hours to get fully charged, after which the bicycle can provide a range of up to 65 km using pedal assist. On the throttle, this e-bike offers a range of around 50 km.
- Hero Lectro EHX20 (Price- Rs 1.3 Lakh)
Hero Cycles has launched the EHX20 under its Lectro range. This electric cycle comes with a detachable battery and a mid-mounted motor, which is sourced from Yamaha. If you thought that detachable battery is a cumbersome unit, you would be wrong.
Because the company claims that the weight of the battery is less than 2 kg and it can be charged in just 3 to 5 hours. The company claims that its battery provides a range of 80 km on a full charge. It also has a digital display, which provides useful information, including range, battery percentage and mode.