20 Best Electric Scooters in India in October 2023

Here are the best electric scooters currently available in India.


In 2023, India’s electric scooter scene will boom, with options for everyone. We’re here to introduce you to the 20 best electric scooters in India that are changing the way people get around. These scooters have it all, from cool designs to eco-friendly power and great prices. Whether you need a ride to the city or want to go green, our list has you covered. Come along with us as we explore the these electric scooters in India, where innovation meets convenience.

Ather 450X

Ather 450X
Source: IndiaMart

The Ather 450 electric scooter was a big hit when it was first launched. Now, Ather has come out with an upgraded model, the Ather 450X. With a 2.7kWh battery, it ranges up to 146 km and can be fully charged in around 5 hours. Its top speed is 80 kmph, and its futuristic design has appealed to a certain segment that doesn’t mind paying the premium price that this scooter commands.

Specifications – Mileage-Range 146 km/charge, Motor Power (w)6200, Motor Type PMSM Charging Time 5 hours 40 minutes, Front Brake Disc, Rear Brake Disc.

Mileage – 146 km/charge

Ather 450X Pros

  • Extremely agile handling
  • Decent range for everyday commutes
  • Good top speed

Ather 450X Cons

  • Limited availability
  • Risk of rear wheel locking under hard braking
  • Switchgear quality could’ve been better

Bajaj Chetak Electric

Bajaj Chetak
Source: Bajaj

The new Chetak electric scooter is a big hit with consumers, thanks to its retro styling, digital instrument cluster, and LED lights. It comes in two variants: Urbane (Rs 1 lakh) and Premium (Rs 1.15 lakh) – and is powered by a 4kW electric motor that generates 16 Nm of torque. The 3kWh lithium-ion battery gives it a range of 95 km on a single charge, and takes 5 hours to recharge. Its top speed is 78 kmph.

Specifications – Range 95 km/charge, Motor Power (w) 4080, Motor Type BLDC, Charging Time 5 Hours, Front Brake Disc, Rear Brake Drum.

Mileage – 95 km on a single charge.

Bajaj Chetak Electric Pros

  • Chic, stylish and contemporary
  • My Chetak app
  • 2 riding modes

Bajaj Chetak Electric Cons

  • Expensive
  • Availability is an issue
  • Range is limited


Source: TVS

The TVS X boasts an impressive 140km range powered by a 4.4kWh battery unit, and its electric motor can deliver a peak power of 11kW and 40Nm of torque. When it comes to recharging, the TVS X can reach 50% charge in just 50 minutes with the optional 3kW fast charger. Alternatively, the 950W portable charger can take the scooter from 0 to 80% charge in 4 hours and 30 minutes. At the front, a 10.25-inch HD display provides riders with essential vehicle statistics.

Specifications – Motor Power (w) 7000, Motor Type BLDC, Front Brake – Disc, Rear Brake Disc

Mileage – 80km under full charge

TVS X Pros

  1. Unique and distinctive design
  2. Impressive riding range
  3. A rich set of features

TVS X Cons

  1. Relatively high pricing
  2. Lack of a swappable battery option

TVS iQube

TVS iQube
Source: TVS

The new iQube from TVS comes in 3 different variants – the iQube, iQube S and iQube ST. The first two are available starting at Rs 98564, while the price of the ST variant and its availability are still a mystery. Both the base model and the iQube S sport a 3.4 kWh battery which yields a range of 100km once fully charged. The battery takes just a little under 3 hours to be fully charged by a 950 W output, while full charge happens in 4 and a half hours with 650W of output. The scooters are powered by a 4.4kW motor that makes them reach a top speed of 78 kmph.

Specifications – Motor Power (w) 4400, Motor Type BLDC, Front Brake, Disc, Rear Brake Drum

Mileage – 100km under full charge

TVS iQube Electric Pros

  • Two riding modes
  • Decent looking, well proportioned
  • Peppy motor

TVS iQube Electric Cons

  • Yet to be made available PAN-India
  • Expensive
  • Limited range

Hero Photon

Hero Photon
Source: Hero

This scooter is an excellent choice for those who are looking for a great price, range, and use. Although it may have a lower price tag, this does not mean that it lacks power or range. With the built-in battery, the scooter can travel up to 110 km at a top speed of 45 kmph. The simple design of the scooter with a circular headlamp is appealing and the 1.4 kWh motor is impressive. This scooter is a clear winner in the electric two-wheeler category.

Specifications – Motor Power (w)1200, Charging Time 5 hours,Motor Type BLDC, Front and rear brake -drum

Mileage – 110 km on a single charge.

Hero Photon Pros

  • Decent build quality, fit and finish
  • Hero’s widespread service network
  • Portable battery pack

Hero Photon Cons

  • Feels dated
  • Plasticky hardware
  • Long-term reliability issues

Bounce Infinity E1

Bounce Infinity E1
Source: Bounce

You might remember Bounce as the company that set up short-term scooter rentals. Their yellow bikes and helmets are a familiar sight, parked in groups by the side of the road. Now, the Bengaluru-based electric vehicle startup has come up with its first electric scooter. The “battery as a service” scheme of this scooter allows you to buy it with a battery and charger included or pick on a rental basis, a battery pack. This scooter is cheap. The ex-showroom price is a little over Rs 36000.

Specifications -Motor Power (w)1500, Motor TypeBLDC, Charging Time 4 hours, Front Brake Disc, Rear Brake Disc.

Mileage – 85 km on full charge.

Bounce Infinity E1 Pros

  • Competitive Pricing
  • Removable battery
  • Lightweight

Bounce Infinity E1 Cons

  • Need improvement in quality and finish levels.
  • Jerky
  • Low storage space

Simple One

Simple One
Source: Simple One

This scooter has a huge range – up to 300 km with the extra battery pack, and around 235 km without it. It’s powered by a 1.6 kWh battery pack and an 8.5 kW motor, which gives it plenty of power and torque – up to 72 Nm. You also get plenty of storage space with a 30L boot, plus riding modes, onboard navigation, a phone app and more. It costs around Rs 1.44 lakhs with the extra battery pack, and is available in 4 colours – Azure Blue, Brazen Black, Namma Red and Grace White.

Specifications – Motor Power (w) 8500, Front Brake Disc, Rear Brake Disc,

Mileage – 300 km on a single charge (with the extra battery pack)

Simple One Pros

  • Sharp design
  • Incredible range
  • Good top speed

Simple One Cons

  • Availability issues
  • Expensive
  • Service network is not so strong

Hero Eddy

Hero Eddy
Source: Hero

This scooter is perfect for those who are commuting short distances! With a peppy 250W brushless DC motor and a 51.2V/30Ah battery pack, this scooter can go up to 85 km on a single charge with a top speed of 25 kmph. The battery takes 5 hours to charge. Additional features of this scooter include telescopic front suspension, rear and front drum brakes, a flat footboard and 12 inch alloy wheels shod with 90 section front and rear tyres. This scooter is priced at Rs 72000 and is available in two colourways: Light Blue and Yellow.

Specifications – Battery Capacity 51.2V / 30 Ah, Max Speed-25 kmph Motor Power 250W, Motor BLDC.

Mileage – 85 km on full charge

Hero Eddy Pros

  • Reasonably cheap
  • Good mileage
  • Hero’s effective service network

Hero Eddy Cons

  • Low top speed
  • Build quality that is questionable
  • No fast charging

Ola S1

Ola S1
Source: Ola

This scooter has two models, the S1 and S1 Pro. They are loaded with features. The S1 has a 121 km range, while the S1 Pro has a 181 km range. 90 kmph and 115 kmph are the top speeds for the S1 and S1 Pro respectively. The latter, interestingly, can do 0 to 40 in just 3 seconds. Both scooters have a giant display, multiple profiles, proximity unlock, voice control, and more. The S1 costs Rs 99,9999 while the S1 Pro costs Rs 1,29,999.

Specifications – Motor Power (w) 8500, Motor Type Mid Drive IPM, Charging Time 6 hours 30 minutes, Front Brake, Disc Rear Brake.

Mileage – 121 km for the S1 and 181 km for the S1 Pro

OLA S1 Pros

  • India’s first mass-produced electric vehicle.
  • Looks futuristic
  • Loaded with technology

OLA S1 Cons

  • Quite expensive
  • Weak service network
  • Lots of features missing.

Pure EV EPluto 7G

Pure EV EPluto 7G
Source: Pure EV

This scooter has a 2.5kWh battery with a 120 km range. It also has a top whack of 60 kmph, an LED headlamp, and the ability to change riding modes. The rear has drum brakes while the front has a disc. You can fully charge the battery in 4 hours, and you can unplug the battery and charge it at home as well.

Specifications – Motor Power (w) 2200, Motor Type Brushless Hub, Motor Charging Time 4 Hours, Front Brake Disc, Rear Brake Drum

Mileage – 120 km once fully charged.

Pure EV EPluto 7G Pros

  • Easy to ride
  • Edgy looks
  • Good features like backrest.

Pure EV EPluto 7G Cons

  • No rear disc
  • Availability issue
  • Weak performance.

AMO Jaunty Plus

AMO Jaunty Plus
Source: IndiaMart

This scooter is priced at Rs 1.10 lakh and has some advanced features for the price, like a brushless DC motor, a 60v/40Ah lithium-ion battery, LED lights, cruise control, a 120 km driving range, and a digital instrument console. The handlebar has the instrument cluster, turn indicators and LEDs within easy reach. The scooter has a dual-tone paint job that comes in 5 different colorways: Yellow/black, red/black/, blue/black, white/black and grey/black.

Specifications – Charging Time 3-5 Hours, Top Speed 50 kmph, Motor Type Brushless DC, Battery Type Lithium Ion,Battery Capacity 60 V / 40 Ah, Fuel Type Electric, Wheels Type Alloy, Tyre Type Tubeless.

Mileage – 120 km on full charge.

AMO Jaunty Plus Pros

  • Sporty look
  • Low boot space
  • Decent performance
  • Dual-tone colour

AMO Jaunty Plus Cons

  • Poor service network
  • Low boot space
  • Low top speed.

Hero Optima

Hero Electric Optima
Source: IndiaMart

There are two types of this electric scooter: City Speed (HX) and Comfort Speed (LX). The scooter can reach a top speed of 25 kmph. It has a lead acid variant that gives you 50 km range and a lithium ion variant that gives you 85 km range. The electric scooter has a sleek design with apron-mounted front blinkers, a halogen headlight, and a broad seat. You can choose from 4 colors: red, blue, grey, or white. The electric scooter has drum brakes on both ends.

Specifications – Motor Power (w)1200, Charging Time 4-5 Hours, Body Type Electric Bikes

Mileage – 65 km

Hero Optima Pros

  • 2 variantsLow
  • Sleek design
  • Good mileage

Hero Optima Cons

  • Low top speed.
  • No disc brakes
  • No LED headlight

Hero Vida V1

Hero Vida V1
Source: Hero

The Vida V1 Pro and the V1 Plus scooters come in two variants. The pro is faster and has a range of 165 km while the plus takes 3.4 seconds to reach 40 kmph and has a range of 143 km. Both models come with full colour TFT touchscreen displays, switch cubes for toggling functions, and keyless access. You also get four riding modes: Custom, Eco, Ride, and Sport. Plus, there are additional features like digital document storage, turn-by-turn navigation, and over-the-air software upgrades.

Specifications – Charging Time(0-80%) 5 Hours 55 Minutes, Range-165 km/charge, Battery Capacity 3.94 kWh, Max Speed 80 kmph, Battery Warranty 3 Years, 30000 km

Mileage – 165 Km for the V1 Pro and 143 km for the V1 Plus

Hero Vida V1 Pros

  • Multiple riding modes
  • Good mileage
  • Charges fast

Hero Vida V1 Cons

  • No ABS
  • Availability issues
  • Low top speed.

Ampere Magnus Pro

Ampere Magnus Pro
Source: IndiaMart

This scooter has a 60V, 30Ah lithium-ion battery pack that gives it a range of 70-80 km on a single charge. It takes around 5 to 6 hours to get fully charged, and gives the Magnus Pro a top speed of 55 kmph. Its drum brakes come with Combined Braking System technology, and it is available in 4 colours: Metallic Red, Blueish Pearl White, Graphite Black and Golden Yellow.

Specifications – Riding Range 45-50 Km, Top Speed 25 Kmph, Kerb Weight 94 kg, Battery charging time 8-10 Hrs, Rated Power 250 W, USB Charging Port Yes.

Mileage – 70-80 km on a single charge.

Ampere Magnus Pro Pros

  • Resembles a regular petrol scooter.
  • Okay performance for daily use.
  • Easy to ride.

Ampere Magnus Pro Cons

  • Plasticky quality.
  • Exposed battery
  • Poor build quality.

Kinetic Green Zing

Kinetic Green Zing HSS electric scooter
Source: Google Photos

In the 1990s, Kinetic was a household name due to the success of the Kinetic Honda. The affordable and reliable scooter was the perfect solution for commuters looking for an efficient way to get around. Today, the company is back with the electric Green Zing. The vehicle comes with a multi-functional remote key that makes rides easy. Plus, the hydraulic shock absorbers ensure your ride is comfortable.

Specifications – Range 100 km/charge, Battery Capacity 60 V / 28 Ah, Max Speed 45 kmph Motor Power 250, Motor BLDC, Charging Time 3-4 hours

Mileage – 100 km per charge.

Kinetic Green Zing Pros

  • Good mileage
  • Good top speed
  • Great features

Kinetic Green Zing Cons

  • No ABS
  • Limited availability.
  • Limited service network.

Hero Electric Flash

Hero Electric Flash
Source: Hero

This scooter comes in three colours: white, grey, and red. It has a wide headlamp with integrated indicators in the handlebar. The alloy wheels and fancy paint make it look trendy. It has a range of 85 km per charge, thanks to its 250 watt electric motor which can reach speeds of 25 kmph. The 48-volt, 20Ah battery powers the motor and takes 4-5 hours to charge.

Specifications – Range85 km/charge, Battery Capacity 51.2 V/30 Ah, Max Speed 25 kmph, Motor Power 250, Motor BLDC, Charging Time 4-5 hours

Mileage – 85 km

Hero Electric Flash Pros

  • Decent range
  • Looks good
  • Hero’s service network

Hero Electric Flash Cons

  • Limited instrument panel.
  • No LED headlight
  • Limited availability

Okinawa Praise

This scooter from Okinawa has a range of around 200 km and is loaded with features. It has anti-theft function, remote locking, a location tracking device, keyless start option and a mobile charging point among others. You get energy-efficient LEDs and a 72 Volt battery that doles out 3.5 bhp of power and 40 Nm of torque.

Specifications – Range200 km/charge, Battery Capacity72 V/45 Ah, Max Speed 75 kmph, Acceleration(0-60)24.1s, Motor Power1000 W, Motor BLDC

Mileage – 200 km per charge.

Okinawa Praise Pros

  • Awesome range
  • Good performance
  • Advanced technical features

Okinawa Praise Cons

  • Still very new in the market.
  • No ABS
  • Service Network is not too strong.

Best Electric Scooters in India

Scooter Price
Distance per charge (km)
Ather 450X Rs. 1,31,727 – Rs. 1,53,237 146
Bajaj Chetak Electric Rs. 1,49,877 95
TVS iQube Rs 87,691 – Rs 1.18 Lakhs 100
Hero Photon Rs 61,866 – Rs 1.02 lakhs 110
Bounce Infinity E1 Rs 70,499 85
Simple One Rs 1,09,999 300
Hero Eddy Rs 72,000 85
Ola S1 Rs 99999 – Rs 139999
121- S1 and 181- S1 Pro
Pure EV EPluto 7G Rs. 89,419 120
Amo Jaunty Plus Rs. 74,460 120
Hero Optima Rs 47,490 – Rs 81,490 65
Hero Vida V1 Rs. 1.45 to Rs. 1.59 Lakh
165- V1 Pro,143-V1 Plus
Ampere Magnus Pro Rs. 45,552 – Rs. 66,053 70-80
Kinetic Green Zing Rs. 71,500 -Rs. 79,500. 100
Hero Electric Flash Rs 42,640 – Rs 64,440 85
Okinawa Praise Rs 67,022 – Rs 87,593 200

Also Read:Upcoming Electric Scooters in India 2022-23: Bajaj Chetak, Honda Activa Electric, TVS Creon and More

That does it for electric scooters in India. So pick your favourite one and go on a spin!


What are the top electric scooter brands in India in October 2023?

In October 2023, some of the top electric scooter brands in India include Ola Electric, Ather Energy, Bajaj Auto, TVS, Hero Electric, and Simple Energy, among others.

What is the average range of electric scooters available in India in October 2023?

The average range of electric scooters in India has improved significantly, with many models offering ranges between 70 to 150 kilometres on a single charge. Some premium models can even reach up to 200 kilometres or more, depending on the battery capacity and efficiency.

Are there government incentives for electric scooters in India in 2023?

Yes, the Indian government has been promoting electric mobility through various incentives and subsidies. These may include reduced GST rates, state-level incentives, and FAME II subsidies, which can make electric scooters more affordable for consumers.