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Can book for just Rs 499, the cheapest electric scooter in the country, the price is less than Honda Activa

There are many scooters and motorcycles available for sale in the country’s two-wheeler electric vehicle market today, but when it comes to price, the common man changes his plan to buy only after seeing their price. While on one hand the government is encouraging people to promote EVs, auto companies are also supporting it by launching EVs at a low cost, despite this, if you buy any long range electric scooter today, then its price Will be beyond 1 lakh only.

At present, we have many electric scooters like Ola, Chetak, Ather, Simple One, whose cost is around 1 lakh, although after subsidy, this price does come down a bit. Despite this, the attitude of customers to take petrol scooters is not changing, but today this article of ours can definitely change your view, because we are going to tell you, about such a scooter whose price is less than a petrol scooter (Honda Activa). is also less:

Price less than Rs 50,000

Bounce Infinity E1 electric scooter was launched in India in December 2021. This is the first electric scooter in the country from the Bengaluru-based ride-sharing startup company. Whose price has been fixed at Rs 68,999 (for the version with battery pack) and Rs 45,099 (without battery pack) ex-showroom Delhi. That is, it is the first e-scooter in India that has been sold with and without a battery pack, and due to this, its price is low.

Let us tell you why this scooter available at such a low price

, the Bounce Infinity E1 is priced at Rs 68,999, which comes with swappable battery pack and charger. At the same time, if you buy it without a battery pack, then its price is only Rs 45,099. Now you must be thinking that how to use the scooter without battery. So let us tell you that you can use the scooter’s battery under subscription by charging it at the company’s swap stations, where only you will have to pay the cost of battery swapping.

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