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Old 4th September 2019, 22:39   #76
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The battery pack can be taken out of the bike and charged in one's home/office. That solves the problem of not having charging facility at parking spot.
The battery pack is 19kilos. A residential cooking LPG gas cylinder is usually almost 15kilos for reference. I don't know how many would prefer lifting that up from the bike's fuel tank position and carry it home and charge it everyday.
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Old 5th September 2019, 10:28   #77
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Yes, this will be the first e-motorbike in India. Yesterday Evolet launched another fully faired motorbike priced very close to Revolt RV400. Looks like
its raining e-vehicles in India.

http://overdrive.in/news-cars-auto/e...ikes-in-india/
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Hawk, which aims at being a sportier bike with a range of 150km and a maximum speed of 80kmph. The charging time for this bike is 5 hours and is powered by a 2000 watt BLDC motor that produces a peak power of 3500 watt. The bike comes with all-LED lights, E-ABS and a digital console.
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Am I correct in my understanding that this will be first 2 wheeler with motorcycle bodystyle? There are already e-scooters available and there is already a small market available. Revolt will gain out of the scenario where people will prefer it over existing options and the push for e-vehicles.
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The battery pack is 19kilos. A residential cooking LPG gas cylinder is usually almost 15kilos for reference.
Just for clarity, that's the weight of an empty cylinder - which is significantly lighter.

Weight of an LPG cylinder when full is a lot higher, at around ~30 kgs.

When I read the weight of the battery pack, I correlated it to a 20 liter water bottle (20kgs):
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OK so I visited the Dwarka showroom to check out the hype. The bike is good in terms of build quality etc. I did not take test drive because showroom wanted Driving License hard copy and I was not in mood to cross the road and get it from the car.

MRP is basically a personal loan covered in a cloak. Once you book your bike online, you have 5 days to visit the showroom and fill the form with the NBFC that is financing the bike. Take ID and income proofs and 2 passport size photos. Submit all this and wait for delivery. Upon delivery you have to pay for Regn and Road Tax cost as well.

Still need replies from showroom on
(1) When does monthly payment start?
(2) What if NBFC rejects loan application?
(3) Exact amount of Regn and Road Tax etc?
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Thought the registration and road tax are included in the MRP. Am I wrong?
If they are extra (even at the lowest slab), the bike will be a costly affair at close to 2 lakh :(

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Upon delivery you have to pay for Regn and Road Tax cost as well.

(3) Exact amount of Regn and Road Tax etc?
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I checked with Sales person at showroom and they specifically told its not covered. Now I am doubtful about insurance too...

I went on the Internet and look what I found!

Currently for ICE, two wheeler vehicles, charges are:
- Regn. in Delhi is 50 Rs, supposed to rise upto 2000 Rs
- Road Tax is 1220 Rs.

Assuming that same charges apply to Electric, lets take around 6500 for insurance and we are looking @ 10,000Rs at delivery.
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RV300 and RV400 homologation document

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RV300 gets a Bosch 1.5KW hub motor.
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Anybody managed to cancel booking?
They are un-reachable by any means.
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Anybody managed to cancel booking?
They are un-reachable by any means.
Nope, even I am trying to cancel mine, but there is no response from any of the email IDs or the phone numbers. I expected better from the Micromax founder, but I guess this was also just another fly by night operation.
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Nope, even I am trying to cancel mine, but there is no response from any of the email IDs or the phone numbers. I expected better from the Micromax founder, but I guess this was also just another fly by night operation.
But then what is the next step?
I hope you are not ready to give up your booking amount.
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But then what is the next step?
I hope you are not ready to give up your booking amount.
I may wait for some time till October and will visit the dealer nearby to see the bike. I did not like their "MRP" plan and wanted to buy it upfront.
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Finally for those who are waiting for Revolt but hate MRP, here is the good news. Revolt has launched one time payment option at Rs 98,000.
Not sure how better it is compared to MRP as the one time option do not include registration charges, service charges and 4G sim charges.


https://www.rushlane.com/revolt-elec...-12326324.html
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Revolt Intellicorp has delivered the first batch of RV400 electric bikes in Delhi. The bikes were delivered by Revolt dealers in Gujranwala Town, Safdarjung, Preet Vihar and Dwarka. Bookings for the batches of November and December have been closed.

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The RV 400 comes with a hexagonal headlamp with integrated LED daytime running lights. It has a digital instrument cluster with 4G connectivity and comes with features such as a Bike locator, door-step battery delivery, mobile swap stations, geo-fencing and anti-theft.

The RV400 is powered by a 3 kW electric motor that produces 175 Nm of torque. It has a claimed top speed of 85 km/h. The RV400 comes with a removable lithium-ion battery that has an ARAI-certified range of 156 km on a single charge.

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Default Revolt RV400 deliveries begin in Pune

Revolt Intellicorp has commenced deliveries of the RV400 electric bike in Pune. The bikes will be handed over to customers as per the booking sequence at the brand's showrooms in Kalyani Nagar and ICC Tech Park on S.B. Road.

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The RV400 uses a 3 kW electric motor that produces 175 Nm of torque. It has a claimed top speed of 85 km/h. The RV400 comes with a removable lithium-ion battery that has an ARAI-certified range of 156 km on a single charge.

The bike can be purchased for Rs. 3,499 and Rs. 3,999 per month depending on the variant. Customers can also buy it outright for Rs. 98,999.

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I have seen atleast three RV400s in NCR over the last two weeks. Looks great in red.

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