Three new electric bikes are released by United in Pakistan.

Many Pakistanis want to move from vehicles to bikes as a result of the country’s historically high rate of inflation. But, because of the rising cost of fuel, conventional motorcycles are also becoming an unfeasible option.

United Auto Industries (PVT) LTD. saw this as an opportunity and expanded its selection of electric bike models by three. These are the bicycles:

Revolt

Revolt is an entry-level electric commuter bike with an electric motor in the back and just a standard 70CC bike configuration. It also has alloy wheels.

Details reveal that Revolt features a 1500-watt motor and a 48-Volt battery that together enable a maximum range of 75 kilometres and a top speed of 80 kph on a road. To fully charge the battery, it takes 4 to 5 hours.

 

Although it has a classic 70CC bike look, it has a few significant upgrades, like a front disc brake, alloy wheels, an inverted telescopic front suspension, and a clutchless drive.

 

Priced at Rs. 253,000, delivery of the Revolt are expected to start this week.

The Spark is a mid-range electric commuter bike from United that has a standard 100CC bike configuration.

Its 2000 watt electric motor powers the vehicle’s rear wheel. According to the manufacturer, the engine and 48-Volt battery enable a top speed of 90 km/h and a maximum range of 85 kilometres on a single charge. To fully charge the battery, it takes 4 to 5 hours.

Additionally, Spark has a clutchless drive, alloy wheels, an inverted telescopic front suspension, and a front disc brake. It costs Rs. 265,000, and deliveries will start this week as well.

The top-of-the-line eThe new electric bikes from United are a good value and significantly better than regular bikes at a fair price. These features will probably help United’s new electric bikes quickly gain popularity.lectric commuter bike from United has a traditional 125CC bike design.

Spark and Bullet both have a 2000 watt electric motor powering the back wheel. According to the manufacturer, the engine and larger 72-Volt battery enable a top speed of 100 km/h and a maximum range of 95 kilometres on a single charge. To fully charge the battery, it takes 4 to 5 hours.

Moreover, Bullet sports a clutchless drive, alloy wheels, an inverted telescopic front suspension, and a front disc brake. It costs Rs. 288,000, and deliveries will start this week as well.

 

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