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7-inch capacitive touchscreen a scooter-segment first, is feature-packed.
Park assist features 3kph reverse mode - a thoughtful addition.
Ather does connectivity commendably, adding to real-world practicality.
Full-LED headlight is flush-fitting into slim apron, weighs just over 1kg.
LED tail light and indicators are certain a design highlight.
Power from the 5.1kW motor is transferred via an exposed belt drive
30mm telescopic fork offers firm ride; front disc feels dull but gets combined braking.
Note two-step switch in the centre, usable for scrolling through screen options/prompts.
Switchgear is simple and intuitive but lacks premium feel.
Minimalist branding adds to the Ather 450's clean design.
Storage bay can accommodate a full face helmet although not all shell sizes.
Aluminium swingarm, rear disc are impressive scooter features.
Seat is sporty but also quite comfy for both, rider and pillion.
Well-finished side-stand integrates neatly into the bodywork.
Riding geometry could be better - remember to stick your knee out for slow-speed turns!
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