World Environment Day 2021: Five Affordable Electric Scooters To Help You Go Green


World Environment Day 2021 | If you believe electric vehicles are the answer to a greener future, we’re fielding five electric scooters to help you start your green revolution.

This is the day when you can make “green” promises, because today is World Environment Day. For example, never use a plastic straw, never throw a cigarette butt on the floor, go vegan or give up deodorant sprays maybe? Or some would argue that moving away from fossil fuels could be more beneficial for the environment. Electric vehicles are the answer then? Well, 70 percent of the country’s electricity comes from coal, but we’re not talking about that here. If you think EVs are the answer, we’ve lined up five ways to get back on evil fossil fuel-based technology.

Electric hero Optima ER

The price of the vehicle according to the Alliance for an Energy Saving Economy (AEEE) website is Rs 68,720 (ex-showroom, Delhi). Additionally, the cost of ownership (RCO) for Hero Optima ER is 0.97 Re per km according to GVR (Green Vehicle Rating) data. The website states that the range and top speed of the scooter are 42 km / h and 122 km, respectively.

Lohia Oma Star

Another electric scooter that has a 5 star GVR rating is Hero Electric. The price of this electric vehicle according to the AEEE website is Rs 41,440 (ex-showroom, Delhi). Speaking of the actual cost of ownership, the figure is Rs 0.66 per km and hence in this particular aspect it is even cheaper than the Hero Optima ER. While the top speed of the Oma Star is 25 km / h, it offers a range of 60 km on a single full charge.

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Okinawa Praise Pro

According to the AEEE website, only three electric two-wheelers managed to achieve five stars in the GVR. That said, the third to pull off this feat is the Okinawa Praise Pro. The scooter is priced at Rs 73,140 (ex-showroom, Delhi) according to the AEEE website. In addition, the actual cost of ownership (RCO) is Rs 1.07 km. The website shows that the maximum speed of the scooter is 58 km / h while the range is 88 km on a single full charge.

Reo Elite amp

Ampère’s Reo Elite managed to achieve a 4.5-star rating in the GVR. The price of the vehicle according to the AEEE website is Rs 45,100 (ex-showroom, Delhi). The actual cost of ownership (RCO) is Rs 0.77 per km. The website lists the maximum speed and range of the electric vehicle at 25 km / h and up to 60 km respectively.

EeVe Ahava

Priced at Rs 55,900, the Ahava comes with a 250 W motor that promises a range of 60 to 70 km. The running cost is only 15 paise per km while the warranty is five years for the scooter and one year for the lead-acid battery. Geolocation and fencing are standard features. The indicated charging time is 7-8 hours and the maximum speed is 25 km / h.

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