Best Electric Bikes in India [January 2023]: Price in India, Range, Specifications, Pros & Cons

With companies like Revolt, Tork, etc.., making these machines, find out what are the top electric motorcycles in India.

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Electric bikes have become increasingly popular in recent years as more and more people look for eco-friendly transport options. Designers have also stepped up their game to create stylish electric bikes that offer a smooth ride.

An electric bike could be the perfect option if you’re looking for a low-noise, fume-free way to get around. When you say electric bikes, it is easy to be led astray, thinking of slow machines that need constant charging. Can electric motorcycles be as fun as their ICE engine counterparts? Turns out they can, and some more. With companies like Revolt, Tork, etc.., making these machines, find out the top electric motorcycles in India. Read on! 

Top Electric Bikes in India

Bike Price Distance per charge (km)
Revolt RV400 Rs. 1.24 Lakh 150
Tork Kratos Rs. 1.22 Lakh 120
Oben Rorr Rs. 1.02 Lakh 100 -Eco,120-City,150- Havoc
Earth Energy EV Evolve Z Rs 1.30 Lakh 100

 

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Revolt RV400

Revolt RV400

This electric sports commuter motorcycle has an efficient 4kW electric motor that makes 170 Nm of torque and gives the bike a top whack of 85 kmph and a riding range of around 150 km per charge. The motorcycle has a 3.24 kW removable battery which you can charge to full capacity in under 5 hours. Fitted with rear and front disc brakes, this motorcycle also scores high on the safety charts. 

Specifications

Range – 150 km/charge

Motor Power (w) – 3000

Motor Type – Mid Drive

Charging Time – 4.5 Hours

Max Torque – 170 Nm

Brakes – Front Brake, Disc Rear Brake

Mileage – 150 km on a single charge. 

Pros Cons
High ground clearance Expensive
Affordable finance scheme Difficult to get
Decent range and top speed Flimsy build quality in certain areas. 

 

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Tork Kratos 

This motorcycle, manufactured by Tork Motors, is quite the performer and comes loaded with features. You also get regenerative braking. The bike comes in 2 variants, the Tork Kratos and the Kratos R, both powered by a 4kW axial flux motor. The peak output for both the bikes are different, and the R is a shade faster than the base model. You also get 120 km of range and the bike takes an hour to get 80% charged. 

Specifications

Battery Capacity – 4 kWh

Max Speed – 105 kmph

Motor Power – 9000

Motor – PMAC

Mileage – 120 km 

Pros  Cons
Peppy motor, good performance No extra battery. 
R variant has a good top speed Relatively new, so trust issues. 
Looks sporty Weak service network

Oben Rorr 

This motorcycle is powered by a 10kW frame-mounted motor capable of churning out 4kW power. With a claimed top speed of 100 kmph, this bike can go from 0-40 kmph in 3 seconds. It has a 4.4 kWh lithium-ion battery pack that gives you 200 km of range. There are three riding modes, Eco, City, and Havoc, each with its top speed and range. The bike charges fully in 2 hours.

Specifications

Top Speed – 100 kmph

Battery Capacity – 4.4 kwh

Charging Time – 2 Hours

Battery Warranty – 3 Years

Mileage – 100 km for Eco, 120 km for City, and 150 km for Havoc

Pros Cons
3 riding modes Non-removable battery. 
Good range Service centres are almost non-existent.
Charges fast in 2 hours. Availability issues

 

Earth Energy EV Evolve Z 

This Mumbai-based electric vehicle startup has launched its first naked electric vehicle. This is built on a modular platform and comes married to a 5.3kW motor that can churn out 56Nm of torque. Its range is 100km, and its top speed is 95 kmph. 

Specifications

Charging Time (0-80%) – 40 min

Battery Capacity – 96 Ah

Max Speed – 95 kmph

Brakes – Brakes Disc, Console Digital

Mileage – 100 km

Pros Cons
Good range Service network issues
Great features like anti-theft, etc Availability issues
Decent top speed Relatively new company.

 

Electric bikes are a great sustainable option for those looking for a good compromise for a gasoline bike. They are often more cost-effective than regular bikes, with shorter recharge times – making them a great choice for anyone looking for an eco-friendly option. Now that you know about the best electric bikes in India, it’s time to pick your favourite and hit the road!