Buy Hero's Electric Bicycle at The Price of a Smartphone, You Will Get a Range of 120 Km

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Hero Electric A2B

Hero Electric A2B: The demand for electric vehicles is increasing in the Indian market. People are turning to electric vehicles due to rising prices of petrol and diesel and rising vehicle prices. People who are not able to buy large electric vehicles. They are buying a lot of electric bicycles. Keeping in view this demand of buyers, now Hero has launched its electric bicycle in the market. Its name is Hero Electric A2B. Today we are telling you about this in detail.

Features of Hero Electric A2B

In this bike you are being given an excellent 36 volt lithium ion battery pack. Due to which you get a range of 120 km in this bike on a single charge. The special thing is this. That you can charge this bicycle in just 3 hours. In this cycle the company also provides you the option of fast charging. With the help of which you can charge this bicycle in a very short time.

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You will get great speed with powerful motor

In this cycle the company is giving you a 250 watt BLDC hub motor. With the help of which this cycle gets continuous power. This cycle provides you a top speed of 38 km per hour. In this cycle you are also given the facility of gear shifting mode. With the help of which you get a great riding experience.

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Price and Launch Date

Let us tell you that the price of this bike, capable of giving a range of 120 km, is quite affordable. The price of this bicycle is only that of a smartphone. Which you can buy quite easily. You can order it from Hero's official website. Its price is only Rs 35,000. The company will launch this cycle after Diwali.

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Publish Date: November 3, 2023

Posted By Rahul Bhardwaj

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