Hero Vida Electric Scooter- Pricing/ Reasons to Consider

Hero MotoCorp has launched its first electric scooter in India, the VIDA V1, with a starting price of Rs. 1.45 lakh (ex-showroom). The scooter has a modern design language and promises a range of up to 165 kilometres on a single charge.

The new Vida V1 will be introduced gradually across the country, with the scooter initially available only in Delhi, Bengaluru, and Jaipur.

Vida V1- Models/Pricing

hero vida vs ola s1 pro

Model Pricing
Hero Vida V1 Plus Rs 1.45 lakh (ex-showroom)
Hero Vida V1 Pro Rs 1.59 lakh (ex-showroom)

Based on the pricing and specifications, Here are some reasons why you should consider the Vida V1 as a more convenient option than other electric scooters available in the market.

(1) Feature Loaded Scooter

ola s1 pro vs ather 450x which is betterOn its 7-inch TFT screen, the new Vida V1 gets a variety of smartphone connectivity features. It is also “VIDA cloud” enabled, allowing the rider to interact with the vehicle via Augmented Reality, Prognostics, remote diagnostics to repair on-site, booking a charging station slot, and much more.

(2) Comes Equipped with Battery-Swapping Technology

hero vida v1 proWhile electric scooters are becoming more common on the market, not many of them are equipped with battery-swapping technology. In the case of the Vida V1, the batteries can be quickly removed and exchanged or charged at houses. Needless to say, this will attract a large number of buyers to the EV, particularly in the case of Vida, as its parent brand is Hero, which already has a large customer base.

(3) Test-ride upto 3 Days

hero vida v1 pro bookingAside from the swappable battery feature, potential customers can test drive the new V1 for up to three days. Needless to say, spending three days straight with the EV is likely to provide the user with greater clarity than spending only minutes on typical showroom test rides.

(4) More Safety on Offer

hero vida v1 electric scooter priceFor the rider’s safety, the Hero VIDA V1 has disc brakes on both wheels, as well as a Combined Braking System (CBS), regenerative braking, and riding modes. In addition, unlike other electric scooters on the market, it has telescopic front forks on the front end. Aside from that, it has a monoshock unit at the rear.

(5) Amazing Buyback Offer

Hero MotoCorp has also announced a special buyback offer on the new V1, the segment’s first electric scooter. If the user is dissatisfied with the two-wheeler, the company has promised to buy it back for up to 70% of the purchase price.



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