Hero Electric Eddy e-scooter launched

    The new Hero Electric Eddy e- scooter does not require registration or a driving license.

    Published On Mar 07, 2022 06:31:00 PM


    Hero Electric Eddy e-scooter launched
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    Hero Electric has launched its latest offering, the Eddy scooter, at Rs 72,000 (ex-showroom). The electric scooter is a low-speed e-scooter, catering to those who wish to commute short distances in an environmentally responsible fashion and as such does not qualify for FAME 2 subsidies.

    The new Hero Electric Eddy scooter does not need to be registered for road use nor does it need the rider to possess a license. This is because the 250W BLDC (Brushless DC) motor propels it to a rather modest top speed of only 25kph, allowing it to be legally ridden without a license or registration. Hero claims that the Eddy is capable of traveling a distance of 85km on a single charge and the 1.536kWh battery is fully charged in approximately 3-4 hours. It can be had in two colors – yellow and what appears to be teal.

    The Eddy also comes equipped with several features, including follow me home lights, reverse mode, find my vehicle, and a digital instrument cluster. 

    Hero Electric currently has 750 sales and service outlets across the country.

    The Eddy seems to offer practical and sustainable transport to those in need of a no-frills urban mobility solution, though the pricing, which is on par with many petrol scooters, is rather high for the product on offer. 

    What do you think of the Hero Electric Eddy? Let us know in the comments below.

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