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F77 Mach 2 Promises Greater Range: Other Affordable Electric Motorcycles With Adequate Riding Range

The F77 Mach 2 now offers a better range of riding

Ultraviolette, India’s first electric sports motorcycle maker, shocked the Indian motorcycling industry a few years ago when they launched the F77, India’s first electric sports motorcycle made for the world. Now, the company has launched the F77 Mach 2, an enhanced version of the original F77 with a better riding range. The motorcycle has undergone a change in power figures, which will now see it churn out 40hp of peak power and a maximum torque of 100Nm.

Moving on to riding range, the standard version of the F77 now delivers a better riding range of 211 kilometres in a single charged session, whereas the Recon version offers a range of 323 kilometres. The standard version of the F77 has an introductory price of INR 2.99 lakh, ex-showroom, whereas the Recon is priced at INR 3.99, ex-showroom. 

When it comes to performance and features coupled with the price tag, no other electric motorcycle comes close to the F77. However, there are some electric motorcycles that offer a decent riding range at lesser moolah. In the following paragraphs, let us look at other alternative affordable electric motorcycles with adequate riding range. 

Komaki Ranger

Priced between 1.68 lakh, ex-showroom and INR 1.85 lakh, ex-showroom, the Komaki Ranger is a cruiser electric motorcycle in the Indian market, which makes it a unique product in terms of its design. Powered by a BLDC 5kW hub motor, the Ranger has a top speed of 80 kilometres per hour. The Ranger is available in two variants – the XE and XP, with the XE offering a riding range of 180 kilometres, whereas the XP offers a range of 200-250 kilometres. 

The Komaki Ranger electric cruiser with saddle bags for long hauls

Kabira Mobility KM3000

Goa-based electric two-wheeler manufacturer Kabira Mobility’s KM3000 also offers one of the highest riding ranges in India. Priced between INR 1.62 lakh, ex-showroom and 1.74 lakh, ex-showroom, the KM3000 comes in two variants – STD and V. The STD offers a riding range of 178 kilometres, whereas the V offers a riding range of 201 kilometres. Not to forget, both models have a decent top speed of 120 kilometres per hour. 

The KM3000 has a close resemblance to a Japanese motorcycle with a green paint scheme – if you know, you know

Orxa Mantis

One of the newest electric motorcycles in the Indian market, the Orxa Mantis, is priced at INR 3.60 lakh on-road in Delhi. The Mantis has a peak power of 27.5hp and a maximum torque of 93Nm with a top speed of 135 kilometres per hour. The motorcycle can hit the 100 kilometres per hour mark from a standstill in 8.9 seconds. In terms of riding range, the Mantis claims a mileage of 221 kilometres (IDC EST.) in a single charged session. 

The Orxa Mantis in action on a track day in Bengaluru, India


Another electric motorcycle from a Bengaluru-based company, the ObenRorr is priced at INR 1.49. The electric motorcycle has a top speed of 100 kilometres per hour with a riding range of 187 kilometres in a single charged session. The motorcycle takes two hours to get fully charged and can reach 40 kilometres per hour from a standstill in three seconds. Not to forget, one can also access 12,000 charging stations under the Oben NET platform.