Available at Rs 1.66 lakh, the Komaki Ranger will be available at all dealerships from January 26. It rivals the likes of RE Meteor 350
Komaki Electric Vehicles, one of the fast growing Indian EV manufacturers, has launched the Ranger e-motorcycle. Thanks to its cruiser body style, it can be touted as the first-ever all-electric rival of the Royal Enfield Meteor 350. In typical cruiser fashion, the Ranger comes with pretty stylish alloy wheels, a lot of chrome trim, multiple headlamps and a high-grade paint finish. Also, as per the manufacturer, the new offering provides the rider with a smooth ride typical of motorcycles of this type.
Komaki Ranger Price, Specifications, Colours
The new e-motorcycle features a 4 kW battery pack that is claimed to be the largest of any electric motorcycle in the country. The Ranger has a claimed range of up to 220 km on a full charge, while it’s powered by a 4,000 watt motor. The cruiser has gone on sale in three colour options- Jet Black, Deep Blue and Garnet Red. It will come factory-fitted with features such as a cruise control, anti-theft system, Bluetooth audio system and side stand indicator. It will also feature a dual storage box that should come handy on highway rides. It’s priced at Rs 1.66 lakh (ex-showroom), which makes it at least Rs 33,000 cheaper than its nearest ICE rival, Royal Enfield Meteor 350.
The Komaki Ranger will be made available at all authorized dealerships from January 26. This price is inclusive of all the features and accessories that have been mentioned above. Komaki feels that the high range, coupled with triple headlamps and comfortable seat, should make the new motorcycle a great option for long-distance riding.
Talking about the launch of the Ranger, Gunjan Malhotra, Director, Komaki Electric Division, said, “I am extremely happy to announce that Ranger and Venice are finally ready for the Indian market. These vehicles have been a labor of love and I have full confidence that the people are going to like them. We have claimed a permanent spot in history by creating India’s first-ever electric cruiser. This is something that motorcycle enthusiasts have been calling for and we’re elated to present this masterpiece to them. While the premiumness is something that we’ve kept in mind a lot while developing both Ranger and Venice, we have made a very sincere attempt to make sure that they are accessible to all the segments of the Indian market. After all, everyone deserves the unique experience of riding the most revolutionary two-wheelers.”