Avan Motors Trend E electric scooter launched at Rs 56,900
Avan Motors has taken another step in creating sustainable mobility solutions by launched the Trend E smart electric scooter at Rs 56,900, ex-showroom, India. This price is for the single battery variant, while the double battery variant costs Rs 81,269. The Avan Motors Trend-E comes in as an addition to its already existing Xero series of electric scooters.
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The Trend E is powered by a lithium-ion battery providing a range of 60km with a single battery. Add another battery and the Trend E provides a range of 110km. It also comes with a top speed of 45kmph. The charge time for the scooter’s lithium-ion battery is two to four hours. The Trend E comes equipped with a telescopic front suspension with coil springs at the rear. The scooter also comes with alloy wheels and disc and drum brakes on the front and rear wheels. The max load the Trend E can take is a substantial 150 kilos.
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Speaking on the announcement, Pankaj Tiwari, Business Development head at Avan Motors quoted, “The Avan Motors team has worked extensively on creating the Trend-E scooter as a vehicle which is suitable for Indian Roads and meets the requirements of consumers with its combination of technology, power and futuristic design. We are delighted with the response the scooter has received in its pre-launch phase and is confident that customers too will appreciate the Trend-E and all its features”
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The single battery version of the Trend-E electric scooter is one of the cheapest EVs you can buy in India currently. It’s a great step ahead for a country suffering from deadly levels of pollution. Avan Motors India has taken the right step ahead in creating an accessible, clean and sustainable mobility solution. All we hope for now is for a better EV infrastructure throughout the country.
Avan Motors has a sales network across 33 states in India, spanning across 11 new states such as Rajasthan, Punjab, West Bengal, Manipur, Assam, Sikkim, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, and Odisha.