India’s first electric cruiser bike, Komaki Ranger, is arriving in Nepal. The Komaki Ranger is a refined package of big grosser wheels, exquisite paint, and a generous serving of chrome.
In the meantime, Unity GTrading Concern, Nepal’s authorized Komaki Vehicles distributor, is aiming to launch its first electric bike. If this is the case, the Komaki Ranger will be the first electric cruiser bike.
On the other hand, the Komaki Ranger has a conventional cruiser style that comes equipped with unique features and technology.
Here’s everything you need to know about Komaki Ranger.
Komaki Ranger Electric Bike Overview
Komaki Ranger Electric Cruise is the first of its kind with an appealing appearance, incredible balance, smoothest ride, and extraordinary features that set it apart. This bike, which weighs only 580 grams, strikes a balance between performance and safety in all riding circumstances.
Similarly, the Double Disc braking system monitors the front and rear wheels at a frequency of 200 times per second to prevent imminent wheel lock.
Furthermore, a set of thicker, more durable front and rear suspensions comes coupled with custom dampening controls to give you comfort in speed.
Let’s take a look at the Komaki Ranger’s features, specifications, pricing, and availability in Nepal.
The Komaki Ranger is a cruiser bike that has a stunning retro look with cutting-edge technology.
Moving to the design, it has three LED headlamps on the front. Meanwhile, the side indicators are included within the headlamp housing.
It gets Chrome and blacked-out finishes to the whole body. Likewise, Ranger comes fitted with Front BodyGuard, Rear Lamp Guard, Rear Protection Guard, and Rear Back Rest.
As for the suspension setup, the front receives a thicker telescopic and the rear gets a dual shock. Similarly, it has an extended handlebar, saddlebags, and a split-seat arrangement with studded finishing.
Furthermore, the front and rear tyres are mounted on Y-shaped alloy wheels. In addition, it has dual sound pipes with a “flame” effect.
As for the color option, Komaki Ranger is available in red, blue, and black shades.
Equipped with the same power train performance as IC engines and India’s largest battery pack, Komaki Ranger comes with several features. Here’s the quick run-down of Komaki Ranger features.
- LED + Additional Headlamp
- Front Body Guard
- 4kW BLDC Motor
- 72V50Ah Advance Lithium Battery
- Vintage Cruiser Styling
- Dual Disc with CBS
- Stylish Alloy Rim with 17 inch Tyres
- Turbo Mode
- Bluetooth/Mobile Charging Unit
- Bluetooth Sound System
- Reverse and Cruise Control
- Digital Speedometer
- Dual Driver Footrest
- Side Stand Sensor
- Dual Faux Exhaust with Sound and Flame Effect
- Three Riding Modes
- Thicker Suspension with Custom Damping
- Dual Storage
- Rear Back Rest Rear Tail Lamp Guard
- Anti-Theft Lock
A Permanent Magnet Brushless 4000W BLDC Motor powers the Komaki Ranger. It has a top speed of fewer than 100 kilometers per hour.
Similarly, Komaki is fueled by a 72V50Ah Advance Lithium Battery. It takes about 5-6 hours of charging time. Meanwhile, the range of this bike is claimed to be 150-200 kilometers per charge.
Moreover, there are four different modes to choose from: Eco, Comfort, Sport, and Turbo. In addition, the Ranger comes with Reverse and Cruise Control.
Komaki Ranger Electric Bike Specifications
|Range||200 Km (Eco Mode)/ Single Charge|
|Top Speed||less than 100 Kmph|
|Battery Type||Advanced Lithium-Ion (Non-Removable)|
|Charging Time||5-6 hours|
|Suspension Setup||Front Hydraulic Telescopic Suspension|
|Braking System||Regenerative Braking|
|Colors||Red, Blue, Black|
Price and Availability
The Komaki Ranger is open for pre-booking for NPR 4, 35,000 in Nepal. It will be available in a single variant only. Meanwhile, Komaki Nepal is offering exclusive discounts for the first ten bookings. Hurry up and contact Komaki Nepal to reserve its First-Ever Electric Bike.
|Komaki Ranger||Price in Nepal|
|KomakiRanger Electric Cruise Bike||NPR 4,35,000|
Launch Date and Warranty
Komaki Nepal plans to make it available in the first week of Baishakh. Similarly, it will be up for Test rides after the official launch.
As for warranty, Komaki Nepal provides a 2-year battery warranty and a 1-year motor, controller, and charger warranty.
You can visit the Komaki Electric Showroom located in Baluwatar for more information.
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