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Hero Vida Electric Scooter Vs TVS iQube, Bajaj Chetak, Ola, Ather

With the launch of Vida V1 Professional and Vida V1 Plus, Hero MotoCorp takes its maiden step in direction of 2W EVs

 

Hero Vida V1

 

Hero MotoCorp launched two electric scooters underneath Vida identify. They’re Vida V1 Plus and Vida V1 Professional. Hero is aiming to create a distinct segment for itself by launching a bunch of different add-ons like charging infra and Vida providers, for smoother possession. Hero MotoCorp additionally guarantees to launch nationwide charging stations as nicely.

 

Model Vida V1 Plus Ola S1 Pro Ather 450X TVS iQube ST Bajaj Chetak
Range 165km 181km 146km 145km 95km
Battery 3.94kWh 3.97kWh 3.7kwh 5.1kWh 3kWh
Top Speed 80kmph 116kmph 80kmph 82kmph 63kmph
0-40kmph 3.2 secs 2.9 secs 3.3 secs 4.2 secs 4.5 secs
Charging Time 5h 55m (0-80%) 6h 30m (0-100%) 4h 30m (0-80%) 4h 6m (0-80%) 5h (0-100%)
Fast Charge 1.2km/min NA 1.5km/m NA NA
Peak Power 6kW 8.5kW 6.3kW 4.4kW 4.08kW
Torque NA 58Nm 26Nm (Continuous) 33Nm 16Nm

 

Hero Vida V1 Vs Rivals

Each Hero Vida V1 electric scooters get entrance telescopic forks and a single-sided mono-shock on the rear. Ola S1 and S1 Professional each get single-sided entrance forks as nicely. Although there have been some reported failures of Ola’s single-sided entrance fork, it does make the correct facet very fairly and uncluttered.

Remainder of the rivals get twin entrance telescopic forks as nicely. Aside from iQube, each electric scooter on this comparo will get a mono-shock unit. Hero didn’t point out the disc brake sizes. Each Vida V1 Professional and V1 Plus get disc brake on the entrance and rear drum brake. Hero MotoCorp has supplied 12″ alloy wheel sizes and tyre sizes will not be but revealed.

Due to its banana-shaped batteries neatly housed into its floorboard, Ola S1 and S1 Professional provide 36L which is the best on this comparo. They’re adopted by 32L of top-spec iQube, Easy One with 30L, Hero Vida V1 Professional and V1 Plus with 26L, 450X with 22L and lastly, Chetak with 20L.

Each Ola scooters and Easy One boast 8,500W peak energy. Whereas each Hero scooters’ peak energy is 6,000W, adopted by 5,400W of 450X, 4,400W of iQube and lastly, 4,080W of Chetak. When it comes to steady energy, Ola scooters take the cake once more with 5,500W, adopted by 3,900W of Hero Vida V1 scooters. iQube is the one one with a hub motor as Vida V1 will get a swingarm-mounted motor.

 

Specs & Options

Hero hasn’t talked about torque figures both. So, Easy Vitality remains to be the torque champ with 72 Nm, adopted by Ola S1 Professional and S1 with 58 Nm. With regards to vary extracted from a single cost, Easy One is unmatched with a claimed vary of 236-300 km! S1 Professional is subsequent with 181km, adopted by Vida V1 Professional with 165 km, 450X with 146 km, Vida V1 Plus with 143 km, S1 with 141 km, top-spec iQube with 140 km and lastly, we’ve Chetak with 85-95 km (all vary figures are claimed by their respective producer).

With its secondary detachable battery, Easy One boasts a complete of 4.8 kWh battery. High-spec variant of iQube stands 2nd with a 4.56 kWh battery, adopted by a 3.97 kWh battery of S1 Professional, a 3.94 kWh battery of Vida V1 Professional, a 3.7 kWh battery of 450X, a 3.44 kWh battery of Vida V1 Plus and lastly, we’ve Chetak and S1 with 3 kWh value of juice. Hero Vida V1 will get twin detachable batteries that may be charged each internally and externally.

Hero didn’t point out if the costs are excluding subsidies or not. That are prone to be inclusive of subsidies which make them a troublesome proposition when in comparison with rivals. So, Vida V1 Plus prices Rs. 1.45 lakh and V1 Professional prices Rs. 1.59 lakh. Costs fluctuate from state to state and therefore we advise you to go to your nearest vendor for a precise worth quote.

Hero Vida Electric Scooter Vs TVS iQube, Bajaj Chetak, Ola, Ather

With the launch of Vida V1 Professional and Vida V1 Plus, Hero MotoCorp takes its maiden step in direction of 2W EVs

 

Hero Vida V1

 

Hero MotoCorp launched two electric scooters underneath Vida identify. They’re Vida V1 Plus and Vida V1 Professional. Hero is aiming to create a distinct segment for itself by launching a bunch of different add-ons like charging infra and Vida providers, for smoother possession. Hero MotoCorp additionally guarantees to launch nationwide charging stations as nicely.

 

Model Vida V1 Plus Ola S1 Pro Ather 450X TVS iQube ST Bajaj Chetak
Range 165km 181km 146km 145km 95km
Battery 3.94kWh 3.97kWh 3.7kwh 5.1kWh 3kWh
Top Speed 80kmph 116kmph 80kmph 82kmph 63kmph
0-40kmph 3.2 secs 2.9 secs 3.3 secs 4.2 secs 4.5 secs
Charging Time 5h 55m (0-80%) 6h 30m (0-100%) 4h 30m (0-80%) 4h 6m (0-80%) 5h (0-100%)
Fast Charge 1.2km/min NA 1.5km/m NA NA
Peak Power 6kW 8.5kW 6.3kW 4.4kW 4.08kW
Torque NA 58Nm 26Nm (Continuous) 33Nm 16Nm

 

Hero Vida V1 Vs Rivals

Each Hero Vida V1 electric scooters get entrance telescopic forks and a single-sided mono-shock on the rear. Ola S1 and S1 Professional each get single-sided entrance forks as nicely. Although there have been some reported failures of Ola’s single-sided entrance fork, it does make the correct facet very fairly and uncluttered.

Remainder of the rivals get twin entrance telescopic forks as nicely. Aside from iQube, each electric scooter on this comparo will get a mono-shock unit. Hero didn’t point out the disc brake sizes. Each Vida V1 Professional and V1 Plus get disc brake on the entrance and rear drum brake. Hero MotoCorp has supplied 12″ alloy wheel sizes and tyre sizes will not be but revealed.

Due to its banana-shaped batteries neatly housed into its floorboard, Ola S1 and S1 Professional provide 36L which is the best on this comparo. They’re adopted by 32L of top-spec iQube, Easy One with 30L, Hero Vida V1 Professional and V1 Plus with 26L, 450X with 22L and lastly, Chetak with 20L.

Each Ola scooters and Easy One boast 8,500W peak energy. Whereas each Hero scooters’ peak energy is 6,000W, adopted by 5,400W of 450X, 4,400W of iQube and lastly, 4,080W of Chetak. When it comes to steady energy, Ola scooters take the cake once more with 5,500W, adopted by 3,900W of Hero Vida V1 scooters. iQube is the one one with a hub motor as Vida V1 will get a swingarm-mounted motor.

 

Specs & Options

Hero hasn’t talked about torque figures both. So, Easy Vitality remains to be the torque champ with 72 Nm, adopted by Ola S1 Professional and S1 with 58 Nm. With regards to vary extracted from a single cost, Easy One is unmatched with a claimed vary of 236-300 km! S1 Professional is subsequent with 181km, adopted by Vida V1 Professional with 165 km, 450X with 146 km, Vida V1 Plus with 143 km, S1 with 141 km, top-spec iQube with 140 km and lastly, we’ve Chetak with 85-95 km (all vary figures are claimed by their respective producer).

With its secondary detachable battery, Easy One boasts a complete of 4.8 kWh battery. High-spec variant of iQube stands 2nd with a 4.56 kWh battery, adopted by a 3.97 kWh battery of S1 Professional, a 3.94 kWh battery of Vida V1 Professional, a 3.7 kWh battery of 450X, a 3.44 kWh battery of Vida V1 Plus and lastly, we’ve Chetak and S1 with 3 kWh value of juice. Hero Vida V1 will get twin detachable batteries that may be charged each internally and externally.

Hero didn’t point out if the costs are excluding subsidies or not. That are prone to be inclusive of subsidies which make them a troublesome proposition when in comparison with rivals. So, Vida V1 Plus prices Rs. 1.45 lakh and V1 Professional prices Rs. 1.59 lakh. Costs fluctuate from state to state and therefore we advise you to go to your nearest vendor for a precise worth quote.

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