Vida V1 vs TVS iCube: Price
Vida V1 has been brought in two variants V1 Pro and V1 Plus. The price of Vida V1 Pro has been fixed at Rs 1.59 lakh while the price of Vida V1 Plus has been fixed at Rs 1.45 lakh. Talking about TVS iCube, the company is selling it in two variants – Standard and S.
The standard variant of iCube has been priced at Rs 99,130 while the S variant has been priced at Rs 1,04,123. All prices are applicable on ex-showroom basis. In terms of pricing, TVS iCube gets an edge over Hero Vida. TVS iQube is cheaper than Vida V1 scooters by Rs 45-55 thousand.
Vida V1 vs TVS iCube: Range
The company has used a 3.9 kWh battery in Hero Vida V1 Plus. It gives the scooter a range of 143 km on a full charge. Talking about the Vida V1 Pro, the company has used a 3.94 kWh lithium-ion battery in it, which can give the scooter a range of 165 km on a full charge. Hero Vida V1 scooters have a top speed of 80 km/h.
Talking about the TVS iCube standard, it can be driven up to 145 km on a full charge. At the same time, its top speed is 82 km / h. Here the Vida V1 electric scooter can be seen leaving behind TVS iQube in terms of range.
Vida V1 vs TVS iCube: Charging
The time it takes to charge an electric scooter is also important. In terms of charging, the Vida V1 scooter can go up to 1.2 km in just one minute of charge. On the other hand, it takes 5 hours 55 minutes for Vida V1 Pro to charge from 0-80% and 5 hours 15 minutes for Vida V1 Plus.
On the other hand, TVS iCube Standard takes only 4 hours and 6 minutes to charge from 0-80%. Charging time is as per charging with standard charger. Here Vida V1 is ahead in charging time of TVS iCube battery. The Vida V1 battery of the iCube can be charged in an hour.
Vida V1 vs TVS iCube: Features
All the lighting in Vida V1 scooters is given in LED. This scooter is equipped with a removable battery which can be charged by removing it from the scooter. The Vida V1 also comes with features like Bluetooth and smartphone connectivity with TFT display. The ride mode in Vida V1 can also be customized as per the convenience through the mobile application. The scooter also has a storage space of 26 liters. On the other hand, for safety, features like tracking function, remote locking/unlocking, single disc brake and emergency alert button and cruise control have been provided in the scooter.
Talking about TVS iCube, LED has been used for lighting everywhere. The standard variant (ST) of the iCube has a 17.78 cm touchscreen display that can also be controlled with a joystick. In this, the company has given features like Bluetooth function, mobile phone connectivity and OTA update. For safety, the iCube gets features like side stand indicator, geo fencing, anti-theft alert, parking brake lever and live location. There is a tough competition between both the scooters in terms of features.
Hero had said that the company has not been in a hurry to launch the Vida V1 scooter, so everything has been taken care of in developing it. On the other hand, TVS has also recently updated the iCube, so that it now comes with more features and range than ever before. In terms of range, TVS iCube is just a little behind Vida, but iCube is also priced less.
However, no scooter lags behind in terms of features and features. If you want a little more range then you should go for Vida V1 scooter, but if your budget is less then TVS iQube will definitely be the best for you.