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Top 6 Electric Motorcycles in India That are Worth Your Money

By Juhi Walia
28 July 2022, 12:55 PM

With fuel prices continually rising, more and more people are looking for alternatives to gasoline-powered vehicles. Electric motorcycles, also called electric motorbikes or electric scooters, provide an excellent option for commuters who need to get around town on a tight budget. They’re also ideal for experienced motorcyclists who want to make their bikes a little greener and use less fuel while still getting the speed and power they crave on the road.

If you're eyeing an e-bike, here are a few options for you to consider. 

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Revolt RV 400

Revolt RV 400 is a great investment if you’re looking for your first electric motorcycle. It boasts high-end features directly resulting from Sondors’s passion for technology and innovation without sacrificing functionality or fun. The battery can be charged to 80% in just 30 minutes, enabling you to ride longer before having to plug it back into an outlet.

It also has regenerative braking and cruise control, so you don’t need to worry about breaking too hard on hills or slowing down long stretches of road—or even traffic jams! This bike has bright LED lights that help keep you safe at night.

Ultraviolette F77

Ultraviolette's F77 bike has accolades for its stunning looks and comfort. With a 0-60 time of 2.7 seconds and a maximum speed of 120 miles per hour, it has all you need to satisfy your inner speed demon. Plus, it boasts 130 miles on a single charge range!

If you live in Bangalore or Pune, buying one will also allow you to access high-speed charging stations where you can recharge your battery in 20 minutes—compared to the 7 hours if plugged into a standard wall outlet. Enfield dealerships are currently rolling out these stations in major cities throughout India.

Okinawa Lite

This state-of-the-art electric scooter has been getting positive reviews from motorcycle enthusiasts. As far as motorcycles go, it’s comparatively lighter than other models and comes equipped with a high-performance lithium battery that gives you a long range of about 80 miles on a single charge. It’s also one of the few electric models available in the market today that can hit speeds of up to 60 mph.

Okinawa Lite e-bike retails for INR 71,000, making it an affordable option for those looking to buy their first electric bike. It gets power from a detachable 1.25 kWh lithium-ion battery and a hub-mounted 250 W waterproof motor. This bike can run up to 50km on a single charge. The time ranges from 4 to 5 hours to charge the bike completely.

Hero Electric Dash

The Hero Electric Dash, priced at INR 74,738, comes in vibrant yellow colour with a digital speedometer in its body and has two LED-powered headlights. It can reach speeds of up to 50 km/h and offers a range of 80-100 kilometres on a single charge. While it may not be as powerful as some other electric motorcycles, we think it's perfect for new riders who want to learn how to ride without worrying about top speeds or battery life. Plus, you can always upgrade your bike at an affordable price point later!

Hero Electric Photon Li

Hero Electron Photon li is a great bike in every way. It has an MSRP of INR 61,000 and an impressive top speed of 100km/h (62mph). This commuter-friendly motorcycle also features a lockable under-seat storage space, which is big enough to hold two full-face helmets.

The lithium-ion battery pack gives you a range of around 80 kilometres per charge, which should be more than enough for most commutes. Along with these qualities, the bike includes an anti-theft alarm, 10-inch wheel, and front disc brake and is available in three colours: burgundy, white and black.

Ather 450

Although it has been around for some time, Ather 450 retains its charm and is worth a look. The electric bike by Bengaluru-based Ather Energy is one of the first products to hit Indian roads from an electric vehicle startup. It’s priced at Rs 1.44 lakhs for pre-order and goes up to Rs 1.96 lakhs on-road.

On paper, Ather 450 comes with many bells and whistles, such as two riding modes - standard and power; top speed of 85 kmph; 0-25 kmph acceleration time of 3 seconds; 0-60 kmph acceleration time of 5 seconds; lithium-ion battery pack that can be charged within 4 hours (80% charge) or 6 hours (100% charge); front disc brake with ABS etc. 


Electric vehicles have been part of the automobile industry for some time now, with high-end manufacturers making more and more models with electric motors. However, in the last few years, affordable electric motorcycles have appeared on the scene – and they are beginning to take over their internal combustion counterparts.

Whether you are looking for a new motorcycle to add to your collection or want an extra mode of transportation, an electric bike might be right for you. You can choose from some of the most potent and popular models currently available. 

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1. Do electric motorcycles require insurance in India?

Two-wheeler insurance having a third-party cover is mandatory for all Indian citizens under the Motor Vehicles Act. But, if your electric bike has less than 250W and 25km/h of max speed, it doesn't require third-party insurance.

2. Do electric motorcycles need a license in India?

Vehicles of less than 250 watts output and lower than 25 kmph can come under the category of electric bicycles or e-bikes, according to the Central Motor Vehicle Rules (CMVR). They can be ridden without a license.

3. How long does the battery of an e-bike last?

An electric bike's battery can remain up to 8 years if cared for properly. This is based on the type of battery you use. Check your battery's status periodically to know when there is a problem and act swiftly.

4. Are electric bikes safe to ride in the rain?

You can ride most e-bikes in the rain, but please confirm this with the bike's manufacturer (not all make/models are rated for this). Electric bikes are highly effective in all kinds of weather.

5. How often should I charge the battery of my electric vehicle?

It is best to recharge your bike battery as soon as possible when it goes flat. We recommend charging your bike after every ride so your battery is always prepared for your next adventure. Before you plug in the charger, be sure to disconnect the battery.

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