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Revolt electric motorcycle sold out till Oct – Booking open for Nov 2019

Launched in India just a few days back, the all new Revolt electric motorcycle is now sold out. Yes, in an announcement made by Revolt Motors today, the company has revealed that they are no longer accepting bookings for Sep and Oct delivery.

Bookings are now open for delivery starting from Nov 2019. The Revolt announcement read – “When your passion is UNLIMITED, it’s worth a REVOLT. Thank you Revolters for your Unlimited love and support.

We would like to share that bookings for the month of September – October are now closed. But we don’t want to hit the brakes yet! We are now open for bookings for the November – December batch.”

Sadly, Revolt is currently only on sale in Pune and Delhi. Other cities will get the electric motorcycle in the 2nd phase of launch. Revolt has not revealed the launch date of other cities as of now.

Speaking about the Revolt electric motorcycles, it is available in 3 trims – RV300, RV400 and RV400 premium. Price of these bikes are – 2999 per month, 3499 per month and 3999 per month. Depending on your choice of bike, you will have to pay this amount for a total of 37 months.

Revolt motorcycle cannot be purchased by paying the full amount in one go. You will have to go with this company specified EMI plan. In this, the entire cost of maintenance as well as the battery / tyres / parts will be taken care by the company. All you will need to spend, is on electricity to charge the motorcycle.

Revolt RV300 has a drive range of up to 150 kms in ECO mode while the RV400 has a drive range of up to 180 kms in the same mode. Most of the specs are same, only difference is in battery size, weight and price.

Revolt Intellicorp Pvt. Ltd. is headquartered in Gurgaon and has its manufacturing facility in Manesar, Haryana. The company is committed to offer the best of performance and aesthetics. Revolt electric motorcycle utilizes imported battery packs and motor, but its Electronic Control Unit (ECU) and Battery Management System (BMS) have been developed in-house.

Customers buying Revolt electric motorcycle will be eligible for subsidy available under FAME-II norms. This subsidy is offered with electric two wheelers that meet conditions such as speed of more 40 kmph, minimum range of 80 km, and localization of minimum 50%.

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