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Bajaj Chetak Electric Vs TVS iQube: Know which one is the best

Bajaj Chetak Electric Vs TVS iQube

New Delhi: Bajaj Chetak Electric Vs TVS iQube: If you are troubled by rising petrol prices and want to save thousands of rupees spent on fuel every month, then you can choose electric scooters in India. Electric scooters include high range and low range options. If you want an electric scooter to go to the office, then the option of a high range scooter will be best. In such a situation, today we have brought you the comparison of two such popular electric scooters, which you can run for a considerable distance in a single charge. So let’s know which are these scooters and how much is their range.

TVS iQube Electric

TVS iQube has been launched in India at Rs 1,08,012 (ex-showroom). For power, the scooter has a 4.4kW electric motor that generates peak torque of 140 Nm. Thanks to this powerful motor, this scooter is capable of catching 40 kmph in just 4.2 seconds. If we talk about the top speed of this scooter, then it is 78 km per hour along with a maximum range of 75 km on a single charge. If you talk about the features of this electric scooter, then TVS has given the next-gen TVS Smart X Connect platform, Advance TFT cluster, TVS iCube app in it. Interestingly, you get a connectivity app that supports many features like geofencing, navigation assist, remote battery charge status, last park location, incoming call alert / SMS alert, etc. It is available in the market with innovative features like day and night display, Q-Park Assist, multi-select economy and power mode and regenerative braking.

Bajaj Chetak Electric

Bajaj Chetak Electric has been launched in India at Rs 1,15,000 (ex-showroom). The vehicle has a 3kWh battery pack that powers the 4.8kW capacity motor. The motor given in it is fully capable of generating a peak torque of 16Nm and a maximum power of 6.44bhp. The company claims that the Bajaj Chetak electric scooter is capable of giving a range of 95 km in Eco mode and 85 km in Sport mode. If you talk about charging time, it can be fully charged in 5 hours through the normal 5A power socket, while in just 1 hour it can be charged up to 25 per cent.

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