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Ather 450 Apex vs Competitors

Ather 450 Apex is the most expensive and the company’s fastest electric scooter. The starting price of the scooter is Rs 1,88,947 (ex-showroom, Delhi). Ather 450 Apex is available in only one variant and one color option. A 7kW motor powers it and it has a 3.7kWh battery. This scooter’s charging time is 5.45 hours.

Ather 450 Apex has all-LED lighting, a TFT display with Bluetooth connectivity, and Google Navigation. It has six ride modes. – Smart Eco, Ride, Sport, Warp, Eco, and Warp Plus. The top five Competitors of Ather 450 Apex are OLA S1 Pro, Ather 450 X, TVS X, Bajaj Chetak, and TVS iQube. Let’s discuss 450 Apex’s competitors in detail-

1. OLA S1 Pro

Ola S1 Pro is Ola Electric’s flagship scooter, available in only one variant and five colors. The starting price of Ola S1 Pro is Rs 1,29,999 (ex-showroom, Delhi). Its features include a flat floorboard, a conventional telescope fork, and a double-sided swingarm. The electric motor on the S1 Pro Gen 2 makes a higher peak power of 11kW, but the continuous power drops from 5.5kW to 5kW.

Ather 450 apex price in india

When comparing the Ather 450 Apex vs Ola S1 Pro, Ola claims that its Gen 2 scooter accelerates from 0-40 kmph in 2.6 seconds, faster than the first generation S1 Pro and Ather 450 Apex. The scooter can achieve a top speed of 120 kmph.

2. Ather 450 X

Ather 450 X is an electric scooter and has recently updated its product portfolio. The benefits of fast charging, hill assist, Bluetooth compatibility, music and call display, auto indicator off, navigation, guide me home lights, tire pressure monitoring pressure, and OTA (Over The Air) updates, with front and rear disc brakes. The scooter has 22 liters of under-seat storage space. The Ather 450 X price in India starts at Rs 1,40,048 (ex-showroom, Delhi).


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Regarding Ather 450 Apex vs Ather 450X, the 450 Apex performs better than the 450X because it produces more power. The 450 Apex produces a power output of 7kW and 26Nm, while the Ather 450X produces a power output of 6.4kW.

3. TVS X

TVS X is the second high-performance electric scooter from TVS Motors after iQube. The starting price of this electric scooter is Rs 2,14,367 (ex-showroom, Delhi). This electric scooter is a new and sporty design. The overall performance of the scooter and the bodywork includes features cut and creases, as well as sharp panels.

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Other features included LED illuminating, a 10.2 inch TFT screen with smartphone connectivity via TVS SmarXonnect for navigation, calls, and SMS access, a customizable home screen, OTA updates, cruise control, and more. TVS X electric scooter with a 4.44kWh battery linked to an 11kW peak power motor.

4. Bajaj Chetak

Bajaj Chetak is an electric scooter produced by the Indian EV manufacturer Bajaj Auto. It is available in 5 variants and ten colors. This electric scooter generates 4000 W power from its motor. Bajaj Chetak electric scooter charging time is 4 hr 15 minutes.

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Bajaj Chetak electric scooter features include LED lighting, a TFT screen, turn-by-turn navigation, onboard music control, call alerts, and a theme personalization option. The starting price of Bajaj Chetak is Rs 1,15,002 (ex-showroom, Delhi).

5. TVS iQube Electric

The scooter is one of the few electric offerings from the OEM two-wheeler manufacturer. TVS iQube is available in 2 variants and seven color options. The price of TVS iQube is Rs 1,34,422 (ex-showroom, Delhi). The design of this scooter resembles a traditional scooter, and its silhouette resembles that of the TVS Jupiter with modern lines.


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TVS iQube S features LED illuminating, Bluetooth connectivity, turn-by-turn navigation, reverse park assist, a seven-inch instrument console, and a joystick toggle. The electric scooter benefits from 17-liter under-seat storage, a large compartment, luggage hooks, and a spacious footboard.

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