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Komaki Ranger, India's first electric cruiser bike, launched at ₹1.68 lakh

Komaki Electric Vehicles has officially launched the country's first electric cruiser bike, the Ranger at 1.68 lakh (ex-showroom) with all accessories included. The electric bike will be available at all company dealerships from January 26. It will be offered in three different colors: Garnet Red, Deep Blue and Jet Black.

The Komaki Ranger features oversized wheels and a chrome exterior, showcasing the design of a typical cruiser. The motorcycle has chrome circular headlights with chrome accents, accompanied by additional chrome embossed circular headlights. The headlights are surrounded by vintage-style side indicators.

Plus, the bike's wide handlebars, single pod instrument cluster and bright chrome fuel tank display are some of the design elements that make it look special.

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The Ranger's passenger seat sits low, while the rear seat has a backrest, ensuring a comfortable driving experience. Solid beams on both sides indicate that the motorcycle was developed with an emphasis on long-range riding ability. Other design elements include leg guards, a fake exhaust and black alloy wheels.

The electric cruiser bike comes with a 4,000-watt motor that is paired with a 4-kW battery pack, the largest to date in two-wheel country. The power unit provides a single charge range of 180 to 220 kilometers. Komaki has outfitted the Ranger with a Bluetooth audio system, side-mount sensor, cruise control, an anti-theft locking system, and a dual storage compartment.

The electric scooter has an iconic look with comfort. It comes with a 3 kW motor and a 2.9 kW battery. It will be offered in the market in nine different color options. The scooter comes with a self-diagnostic system, a mobile charging point, reverse assist, an additional storage box, and is equipped with a full-body visor.

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