Merraki E-bike price, Top speed, Range, and specifications | Kazam
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Meraki E-bike price, Top speed, Range, and specifications | Kazam

The price of a Meraki electric bike starts at ₹30,000.

Meraki

Meraki is a  e-bicycle launched by an alpha vector. It is a one of the best homegrown startup. The price of Meraki starts at ₹30,000. It is a growing e-cycle and e-two-wheeler space in the country in Covid-19 times. Meraki is equipped with a 250 watt, its IP is 65 BLDC Motor. It has a lithium-ion battery with 6.36AH will last 750 cycles of charging and comes with a 1-year warranty. It also has a feature like a key-lock switch that ensures that it can't be started/operated without its key.

The battery takes 2.5 hours to get fully charge.

This e-cycle gives a range of around 35 km per charge. It is a great option for city commuters on daily basis. There are four ride modes available which are- Pedal Assist, Throttle, Cruise, and Pedal. The battery takes 2.5 hours to get fully charge. Alpha Vector is ready to offer the e-cycle across 350 cities in the country through its 700 retail stores and states it is also ready to accept orders through its website.

Price and specifications of Meraki.

Meraki has a high-tensile steel frame weighing in at 22 kilos. It makes the bike durable. While there are a number of players which have emerged in the e-cycle segment with the strong product offering, Meraki will have to mainly compete with the Hero Lectro range which currently dominates the space.  Meraki comes equipped with e-brakes with an automatic brake cut-off system. It has a key-lock switch that helps avoid tampering. The bike can’t get unlocked without a key. It has four modes that are Pedal Assist, Throttle, Cruise, and Pedal mode. Meraki is going to be available across 350+ cities in India through the company’s strong retail network. Also, it will get available in 700 stores as well as an online platforms.

Key Lock system of Meraki.

 Meraki has already set a target of 300cr ARR 2021 by ramping up supplies.  Meraki comes equipped with e-brakes with an automatic brake cut-off system. while the key-lock switch feature helps avoid tampering and mischief as the bike cannot be turned on without a key. Meraki has a range of about 35 kms per charge. 

Battery feature of Meraki electric bike.

Electric cycles are also trending in India just like electric bikes and cars. This cycle comes with a battery, gear, motor, monitor. The price of the electric cycle in India depends upon its features like battery, display monitor, gear & motor, etc. Before some years there were fewer choices for these cycles. But now there are a number of options available in the market. 

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