The Revolt RV300 and Revolt RV400 are currently available in six cities – Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad and Chennai. Soon, both the Revolt electric bike models will become available in Bengaluru as well.
Potential Revolt bike customers in Bengaluru have been asking Revolt Motors since last year of its plan to open a sales outlet in the city on Twitter. In response, the company says that it will launch Revolt bikes in Bengaluru “very soon”.
In recent updates, Revolt Motors has given the Revolt RV300 and Revolt RV400 price hikes of INR 5,000 and INR 10,000 respectively. The Revolt RV300 now costs INR 94,999* instead of INR 89,999*. The Revolt RV400’s price has changed from INR 1,08,999* to INR 1,18,999*.
*Ex-showroom, including FAME-II subsidy
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Revolt Motors also offers a monthly subscription option where the monthly installment amounts are INR 3,174 (36-month plan)/INR 4,383 (24-month plan) for the RV300 and INR 4,399 (36-month plan)/INR 6,075 (24-month plan) for the RV400.
The subscription plan includes additional benefits. In the case of the RV400, perks include 3-year unlimited maintenance, 2 years insurance, 5 years third party insurance, and 1 tyre replacement. The RV300’s subscription plan includes only three additional benefits: 3-year unlimited maintenance, 1-year insurance, and 5 years third party insurance.
Revolt Electric Bike models – RV300 & RV400
The Rahul Sharma-led Revolt Motors has developed the RV300 and RV400 using the frame and components of Chinese company Super Soco’s TS motorcycle. The electric bike variants look nearly the same, and the main difference is their motor and battery.
The Revolt RV300 has a 60-volt, 2.7 kWh Lithium-ion battery and a 1.5 kW hub motor. The rider can choose from three ride modes on this bike, namely Eco, Normal and Sports. The top speed is 25 km/h (Eco)/45 km/h (Normal)/65 km/h (Sports). The range is 180 km (Eco)/110 km (Normal)/80 km (Sports). Charging the battery takes 3 hours (0-75%)/4.2 hours (0-100%).
The Revolt RV400 uses a higher voltage, bigger capacity battery and a more powerful motor – a 72-volt 3.24 kWh Lithium-ion battery and a 3 kW mid-drive motor. The ride modes are the same as those of the Revolt RV300. This electric bike can achieve a maximum speed of 45 km/h (Eco)/65 km/h (Normal)/85 km/h (Sports). Its range is 150 km (Eco)/100 km (Normal)/80 km (Sports). The charging time is 3 hours (0-75%)/4.5 hours (0-100% km/h).
The Revolt electric bike models have a load capacity of 150 kg. The Revolt RV300 has a higher seat height of 826 mm and a ground clearance of 225 mm, while the Revolt RV400’s same parameters are 814 mm and 215 mm respectively. The economy-focused variant comes with a 240 mm front disc brake and a 180 mm rear disc brake while the variant focusing on performance has 240 mm disc brakes at both ends.
The Revolt RV400 has several unique features to set itself apart from the RV300, like selectable artificial exhaust note, immobilizer, remote key, and push start. However, while the former’s footpegs have two-position adjustment, the latter’s has six selectable positions. Revolt Motors makes the RV300 in Smokey Grey and Neon Black colours and the RV400 in Rebel Red and Cosmic Black colours.