Electric vehicles, especially electric scooters are now being sold a dime a dozen. The abundance has paved the way for a number of manufacturers to offer products in this fledgling market.
BattRE scooter will let customers shift to electric mobility with zero down payment offers. The Diwali offer is being marketed to provide convenience and comfort to customers making the shift to electric mobility.
BattRE has tied up with Pinelabs and PayTM to make available easy to buy facility to customers. With Pinelabs facility, users can pay in equated monthly instalments (EMIs) on debit card, and credit card based transactions.
An in-store purchase can be converted to monthly instalments at BattRE dealer network across India. In addition to this, BattRE electric scooters purchased through Paytm result in a cashback of up to a maximum of Rs. 8,000.
Nishchal Chaudhary, Founder of BattRE Electric Mobility, “With the increasing awareness in conserving the environment, what better way to shift towards electric scooters during this Diwali. We would want every citizen to make smoke free Diwali thus adopting electric mobility as a way of life.”
The future of mobility is being drafted in a reality that lessens dependence on petrol and diesel vehicles. A time when ICE vehicles will face stiff competition from electric vehicles. The Indian government is keen on such a transition, and has introduced price benefits when it comes to purchase of electric vehicles adhering to specified guidelines.
BattRe is trying to bring the comfort of ordering two-wheelers online with cost-effective credit card-led EMI payment options. The tech driven startup behind BattRE scooters was founded in 2017. Focus is laid on e-bicycle and e-scooter solutions.
While electric scooter offerings appear to be increasing in recent years, it’s far to early to imagine an outcome. Whether or not early movers will gain a name is yet to be seen considering most bike offerings at present have come to the fore from independent tech companies, or those with varied holdings. Strangely, not all traditional two wheeler manufacturers have made the electric shift just as yet.