Revolt Motors has informed that the demand for RV400 and RV300 has increased so much that it had to stop booking and it will be restarted soon.
Revolt Motors has stopped booking its two electric bikes RV400 and RV300 due to heavy demand. The company says that due to the excellent response from customers, more bookings have been done and due to this, the booking has been stopped. However, if you want to book this bike, you can give your details by going to the website and you will be given information as soon as the booking starts.
In December last year, Revolt Motors made a tremendous increase in the prices of their electric bikes. The company had increased the price of RV400 by Rs 15,000, after which its price was increased to Rs 1,18,999. At the same time, the price of RV300 was increased by 10000 rupees, after which the price of this bike increased to 94,999. The price quoted is ex-showroom.
Apart from this, the company has also increased the booking amount of the bike. Currently, customers had to pay Rs 7,999 for booking RV400 and Rs 7,199 for booking RV300. But now the booking price of both the bikes has been increased by Rs 4000 and Rs 5200 respectively.
Once charged, the bike will run 150 km
Talking about the specifications of the Revolt RV 400 electric bike, this bike offers a range of 150 km in single charge and its top speed is 85 km per hour. The company has given a 3.24 kWh battery in it and with this battery a warranty of 1,50,000 km is given by the company. In this, you will get three riding modes – Eco, Normal, and Sports and its lithium-ion battery takes a total of four and a half hours to be fully charged.
The bike comes with a dedicated MyRevolt mobile app that offers features such as geofencing, trip details, close charging station information and exhaust sound of choice. Similarly, the RV 300 has a 1500W rated motor cow that comes with a maximum speed of up to 65KM per hour and has a 2.7kWh capacity battery.
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