Electric Scooters In India - India is one of the largest two-wheeler market in the world. The sales volume was around 21 million in 2019, and with the increase in the petrol price and pollution levels in India, it is clear that the future of two-wheelers in our country is electric. Usage of Electric Scooters in India is going to increase in the future. An Electric Scooter has no exhaust emissions, which means zero emission of CO2 and other harmful gases. Also, maintaining battery-operated scooter costs less than petrol scooters.
Keeping this in mind, many startups and well-settled companies have started electric scooter production. Few of them include- Ather, Bajaj, TVS, Hero, Ampere, Eeve, and Kabira Mobility. These companies are working very hard to improve this technology further. The main issues faced by electric vehicles are range(how far the scooter travels per charge) and speed. With the improved technology, some manufacturers have made scooters with more than 100 kilometers of range and 80km/h + top speed. But most of the vehicles are low-speed and have very little range.
Going for an electric scooter instead of a fuel-operated scooter in 2020 will be a very good choice, and if you have made your mind to invest in electricity operated vehicle then Electrikez is the best place for you to compare their features, see reviews, and go for the best one.


ATHER 450X₹1,59,000
TVS iQUBE₹1,15,000




Bajaj Chetak, Ather 450X, and TVS iQube are few of the electric scooters best suited for adults because of their high speed, high kerb weight, and good range.

Ather 450X, TVS iQube, Bajaj Chetak, and Okinawa I-Praise+ are among the best in the competition because they have many updated features, high speed, and good range.

Yes, most of them are built with updated technology and can easily go uphill or steep surfaces.

Electric vehicles can be charged by the adapter provided with the vehicle, at your home or at charging stations.

Depending on the features it costs between Rs 30,000 to Rs 1,50,000.

Yes. As the battery is completely sealed, it is water and dust resistant.

Two-wheelers with a motor range of 250W(max speed of 25km/h) or below don’t require a driving license.

Buying Price wise both are fairly equal but maintenance wise electric-powered vehicles are cheap.

Yes, they are completely legal.

Most of the scooters are low speed but some top-end scooters have a maximum speed of 80+km/h.

All the manufacturers have their retail shops in most of the cities in our country. You can buy directly from them.

Hero Flash, Yo Electron, Ampere V48, Ujaas Ezy, and Kabira Aetos 100 are among the cheapest options. They cost less than Rs 40,000.

Lithium-Ion battery takes 3-4 hours to get fully charged while Lead Acid battery takes 7-8 hours.

Most of the vehicles travel 60-100 kms per charge but some of the scooters travel more than 100 kms.

Electric Vehicles make very little noise as compared to a fuel-operated vehicle.

Electric scooters are very light, easy to ride and have lots of latest features, making it the best option for girls.

Yes, it is completely worth it but if you travel very long distances then you should carry your charging adapter with you.