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Discounts and benefits up to Rs 31,000 on Hero MotoCorp’s Vida V1 electric scooter

Offers up to Rs 31,000 are being given on the electric scooter Vida V1 of Hero MotoCorp, one of the big two-wheeler companies. These include discounts, exchange bonus and extended warranty. Hero MotoCorp has given these offers till the end of December and on limited stock.

According to a media report, Vida V1 is getting a discount of Rs 6,500, exchange bonus of up to Rs 5,000 and loyalty discount of Rs 7,500. Apart from this, a corporate discount of Rs 2,500 is also available. with this electric scooter company An extended warranty of Rs 8,259 is also being given by . Apart from this, a subscription plan of Rs 1,125 is available. There is also a financing scheme for Vida V1 at a low interest rate of 5.99 percent. Hero MotoCorp’s Vida V1 is priced at Rs 1.26 lakh and V1 Pro is priced at Rs 1.46 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi, including subsidy). The company has also prepared to make this electric scooter available in countries like France and Spain from next year.

This electric scooter competes with Ola Electric’s S1 Pro and Ather Energy It ranges from 450X. Hero MotoCorp launched its first electric scooter Vida V1 last year in two variants. The company plans to launch electric two-wheelers in different price segments. The company has increased the pace of its plans for EV. Under this, new electric two-wheelers will be launched in various segments. Hero MotoCorp plans to launch motorcycles along with electric scooters. The battery of the company’s V1 Pro is 3.94 kWh and range is 165 kilometers, while the battery of V1 Plus is 3.44 kWh and range is about 143 kilometers.

Sales of electric two-wheelers have increased in the last few years. However, Hero MotoCorp has delayed its entry in this segment, which has benefited startups like Ather Energy and Ola Electric. Hero MotoCorp had invested in some electric vehicle startups before launching its first model in this segment. The share of e-scooters and e-bikes in the total sales of two-wheelers in the country is a little more than two percent. Sales of electric two-wheelers have increased rapidly in the last few years.

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