Revolt Intellicorp has hiked the prices of its RV 300 and RV 400 electric motorcycles.
Revolt RV 300, RV 400 prices hiked by around Rs 10,000.
EMI options also see hike in amount.
The two Revolt motorcycles, the RV 300 and RV 400, can be bought via two options – an EMI scheme and a one-time payment method. Prices for both, along with the initial booking amount, have increased.
What is the price of Revolt RV 400?
The RV 400 is now priced at Rs 1.19 lakh, up by Rs 10,000. Similarly, the booking amount has increased by Rs 4,000, from Rs 3,999 to Rs 7,999.
The RV 400 can also be bought via a 24- and 36-month EMI scheme. The EMIs for the same are now Rs 6,075 and Rs 4,399, respectively.
What is the price of Revolt RV 300?
The RV 300, meanwhile, now costs Rs 94,999, up by Rs 10,000. The booking amount for the RV 300 has increased, as well, by Rs 5,000, from Rs 2,199 to Rs 7,999.
Just like the RV 400, the RV 300 can also be bought via a 24- and 36-month EMI scheme. The EMIs for the same are now Rs 4,384 and Rs 3,174, respectively.
The prices mentioned above for the RV 300 and RV 400 are ex-showroom, India. Revolt’s website mentions that the booking amount will be adjusted in the on-road price, after accounting for road tax and insurance.
Revolt RV 300, RV 400 details
Of the two electric motorcycles, the entry-level RV 300 is the smaller model – the wheelbase is 30mm shorter at 1,350mm, the rear tyre is narrower, and the rear disc brake is also smaller. However, the biggest difference is the smaller 1.5kW hub-mounted motor. The claimed kerb weight is down 7kg when compared to the RV 400 at 101kg. The RV 300 has a slightly higher range when compared to the RV 400s. In Eco mode, the bike is capable of a claimed 180km on a single charge, whereas in Normal and Sport mode, it manages a claimed 110km and 80km, respectively. However, the RV 300 has a slightly lower top speed of 65kph. Moreover, the RV 300 also misses out on the adjustable foot pegs and plastic surrounds around the headlight that the RV 400 gets.
The RV 400 features a compact design, but not as compact as the smaller RV 300. Powering it is a 3kW frame-mounted motor that makes a claimed 50Nm. The electric bike also has a bolt-on subframe, a USD fork, a monoshock and disc brakes. Revolt’s RV 400 comes with a 3.24kW lithium-ion battery that gives the bike an ARAI-certified range of 156km.
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