Komaki Ranger: What you need to know about India’s first electric cruiser bike
Komaki recently launched the country’s first electric cruiser motorcycle: Ranger. This is definitely a huge milestone for both, the electric two-wheeler manufacturer as well as the country. After all, the new Komaki Ranger not only marks the further expansion of the country’s burgeoning EV market but also serves to initialise a brand new segment here. Suffice it to say that there is quite a bit of interest in this new electric bike in India; starting from tomorrow, i.e. Republic Day 2022, at an ex-showroom price of ₹1.68 lakh. So, now looks like a good time to take a closer look at this new electric bike in India and what it is all about, especially if you want to or plan to take it home some day.
- While it is an all-electric cruiser motorcycle, Ranger manages to look like your run-of-the-mill petrol-powered cruiser motorcycle, thanks to the round headlamp, the chrome cowl, the tall handlebar, the teardrop-shaped fuel tank, the split step-up seat, and the panniers among other things.
- The list of Komaki Ranger’s features includes provisions such as a Bluetooth sound system, a side stand sensor, an anti-theft lock system, and other accessories and systems such as two panniers, cruise control, etc.
- The bike also gets the CBS double disc brake system; weighing only 580 grams, this system keeps an eye on the front and rear wheels at a frequency of 200 times per second in order to prevent a wheel lock.
- Komaki Ranger e bike gets a 4000-watt motor and a 4 kW battery pack, which is the largest battery pack seen on a two-wheeler in India.
- The company claims Komaki Ranger can travel a distance of 180 km to 220 km on a single charge.
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