has launched Avior e-cycles in India bringing highly affordable eco-friendly
mobility technology from Germany to the country for the first time. The male
oriented Avior AMX will cost
Rs. 19,290/- and the female oriented bicycle will cost Rs. 18,990/- (on-road
Delhi) and are on sale in 5 metro cities in the country currently.
Avior cycles come fitted with 250W BLDC rechargeable and detachable batteries
which operate at 24V. Charging the batteries takes about 4.5-5.5 hours and last
for a range of 25km with a top speed of 25kmph. The AMX is fitted with an
electronic disc brake and the front, but the AFX comes fitted with drum brakes.
The rear brakes are standard servo. The
Avior cycles are very light weight; the AMX weighs 34kgs while the AFX weighs
33kgs. The Avior pair also gets a 6-speed shimano gears.
features fitted as standard are LED head lamps, Adjustable seats, tail lamps
integrated into the battery box, and electric horn, as the AFX also has a
metallic front basket. But maintaining the cycles is also interesting. The
battery has a very long life and depending on the usage of the battery with the
power assist mode or full electric mode, the battery has a life of max of 14
months. Replacement is also inexpensive at Rs. 2000/-.
Munjal, Managing Director of Hero Eco Group stated that the company is
committed to provide green mobility to the country.
Business of Hero Electric India, Sohinder Gill commented that the company has
always prioritised innovation and quality and with the expected growth in the
EV industry, the company is thrilled to introduce leading global technology in
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