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Electric bikes are becoming increasingly popular as they become more environmentally friendly and efficient. Tork Kratos R is one such electric street bike that is making waves in the market. Tork Kratos R generates 4000 W power from its motor. It is available in 2 variants and five colors. The weight of the Kratos R is 140 kg, and its ex-showroom price in Delhi is Rs. 1,67,499.

This bike has a naked roadster styling and a triangular-shaped headlight, split-type seat, and two-piece pillion grab rails. These bikes also have multi-ride modes. The bike has a 0-40kmph acceleration time of 3.5 seconds.

With its powerful motor, multiple ride modes, and stylish design, the Kratos R is gaining popularity among electric bike lovers. However, there are other electric bikes available in the market.

This article will compare the Torque Kratos R against its top 5 rivals – Ober Rorr, Revolt RV400, Ola S1, Bajaj Chetak, and TVS iQube- to see how well it performs against the competition.

Oben Rorr vs Tork Kratos R

Oben Rorr’s starting price in India is Rs. 1.49 Lakh. Compared with Tork Kratos, R Price starts at Rs. 1.67 Lakh. Tork Kratos R comes in 5 colors, whereas Oben Rorr comes in 3 colors: Magnetic Black, Electric Red, and Voltaic Yellow. 

The Oben Rorr has an all-LED lighting system and a fully digital instrument cluster with smartphone connectivity. It includes predictive maintenance, ride details, battery status, geo-fencing, geo-tagging, charging station locator, on-demand service, and roadside assistance. This e-bike gets CBS as standard.

Revolt RV400 vs Tork Kratos R

The Revolt RV400 entered in September 2019 and was one of the first EVs to carry forward a more traditional motorcycle. However, Tork Kratos joins the fray, promising a truly designed and made-in-India best alternative to the Revolt Bikes.

The RV400 gets a removable battery pack weighing around 19kg, while the Kratos has a fixed battery pack. A 3kW motor powers it and uses a 3kWh lithium-ion battery. It produces 5kW of power and 50Nm of torque and comes in three modes: Eco, Normal, and Sport. 

Ola S1 Pro vs Tork Kratos R

OLA S1 Pro electric scooter is available in one variant and five colors. The motor of the S1 Pro produces 5000 watts of power. The S1 Pro has a combined braking system that uses disc brakes on both the front and rear wheels.

According to Ola, the first generation S1 Pro can accelerate from 0 to 40 kmph in just 2.6 seconds, but the Gen 2 scooter can reach a top speed of 120 kmph. OLA S1 Pro is priced at Rs 1,29,999 for its S1 Pro standard variant.

The features of the Ola S1 Pro include remote boot lock, call alert, message alert, infotainment, side-stand alert, anti-theft alert, geo-fencing, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, onboard navigation, HMI moods with sound, electronic steering lock, HMI brightness adjuster, welcome screen, and find my scooter. 

In contrast with the Tork Kratos R, its features include LED illumination, a USB charging port, an anti-theft system, crash alert, ride analytics, guide me home lights, and OTA updates: a fully digital console, Bluetooth compatibility, and navigation.

The Ola S1 pro scooter has three additional modes, other than eco mode, such as Normal, Sports, and Hyper.

Bajaj Chetak vs Tork Kratos R

The Bajaj Chetak has a 3.2kWh IP67-rated lithium-ion battery that delivers a range of 126km, producing a peak power of 4kW and 16Nm of peak torque. The top speed of the bike is 73kmph.

The electric bike has a peak power output of 7.5kW, and the top speed of the bike is 105 kmph, whereas the power is 10.05bhp and a maximum torque of 28Nm. Bajaj Chetak is available in 5 variants and ten colors. It generates 4000 W power from its motor. It has both front disc and rear drum brakes and has a combined braking system for both wheels.

TVS iQube vs Tork Kratos R

The ex-showroom price of TVS iQube in Delhi is Rs. 1,34,422. The ex-showroom price in Delhi Tork Kratos is Rs. 1,67,499. TVS iQube is available in two variants. This bike comes in seven colors: Mercury Grey, Titanium Grey, Mint Blue, Racing Red, Lucid Yellow, Pearl White, and Copper.

The TVS iQube offers smartphone connectivity with the SmartXonnect app, and features include navigation, geo-fencing, range estimation, battery charge status, ride statistics, and an overspeed alert.

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