Sunday, June 27, 2021

ટુ વ્હિલર ખરીદનારાઓ આનંદો/ સરકારના આ એક નિર્ણયથી 28 હજાર રૂપિયા સુધી સસ્તા થયા ઇલેક્ટ્રિક સ્કૂટર

 Following the Corona epidemic, most people prefer to travel by their own vehicle. This is good news for two wheeler buyers. In fact, the reduction in GST on electric vehicles by the Modi government has made electric

scooters cheaper. Its price has come down to Rs 28,000. In such a situation, this is a great opportunity for buyers. Earlier, the GST rate was 12 per cent, which has been reduced to 5 per cent.The country is witnessing a sharp decline in the price of electric two-wheelers

The cenral government took this decision to promote the use of electric vehicles in India. Recently, the FAME II (Fame-2) scheme has been revised, after which the country is witnessing a sharp decline in the price of electric two-wheelers.

Two-wheelers were subsidized more than before

Electric two-wheelers are being subsidized more than ever before due to an amendment to the FAME II policy. Earlier, a subsidy of Rs 10,000 per kWh was available on electric two-wheelers, but now it has been increased to Rs 15,000 per kWh. This has led to a significant reduction in the price of e-scooters. Vehicle companies are also running various schemes to attract customers.

These companies reduced the price

TVSA has slashed the price of its electric scooter TVS iQube. The company has slashed its price by Rs 11,250. Similarly, Okinawa Okinawa has slashed the price of its electric scooter Okinawa iPraise + from Rs 7,200 to Rs 17,900. There

વધુ વિગત માટે નીચે લિંક આપી છે. 

ન્યૂઝ રિપોર્ટ માટે અહી ક્લિક કરો   

Revolt Motors has also made its RV 400 electric bike cheaper. The company has raised its price target to Rs. 28,200.Ola will bring the e-scooter by July

Popular cab service provider Ola is going to launch e-scooters in the market soon. Everyone, including the company, is excited about this. In such a situation, Ola's founder Bhavish Agarwal has sought suggestions from the people for the color for his first electric scooter. He has asked to tell about his favorite colors by tweeting in this regard. Ola Electric has already started setting up its 'Hyper Charger Network' in Indian cities. The network will include one lakh charging points in 400 cities across India

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