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Product Detail Review
With the introduction of the Revolt RV300, Revolt Intellicorp, one of the pioneers in the Indian market for electric motorcycles, has solidified its position. It fulfils all requirements for usage as an urban, intra-city biker while also being environmentally friendly, next-generation cutting-edge artificial intelligence, and high power at a competitive price.
How is the design?
Revolt Motors has also unveiled its scaled-down counterpart, the Revolt RV 300, which is based on the RV 400 and has been successful in its reign. The RV 300, which comes in a single variation, has a similar design aesthetic to that of its older sibling and has a comparable street bike attitude. Two colour options are available for the RV 300: Smokey Grey and Neon Black. The Design is very masculine and stylish perfect for turning heads on the street.
How is the performance?
The RV 300's 1.5kW electric motor and 2.7kW lithium-ion battery are said to give it a top speed of 65 KMPH and a claimed single-charge battery millage of 80 to 150 km in a stretch. The bike's electrical system, which has a total output of 60V and 2.7kWh, functions well and has completely integrated AI technology to make riding on Indian roads comfortable.
How does the Revolt RV300 ride?
The 17-inch alloy wheel with a high-tech suspension system makes riding in all terrains an easy affair aided by its high ground clearance of 225 mm. With the inclusion of a Combi brake system, the bike is focused on providing safety as well as comfort. The battery charges fully in 4.2 hours and the millage is one of the best in its market segment owing to its lightweight, and the RV 300 model has a respectable number of features at a reasonable price point. Moreover, the split seating arrangement gives ample space for the rider and the pillion. The adjustable mono shock suspension makes for a smooth ride in all terrains.
How comfortable is the Revolt RV300?
The Revolt RV300 comes with an ergonomic design that helps in maintaining the centre of balance, the high-tech mono shock suspension technology along with the combi brake system makes for a smooth ride and makes it safe with the help of AI technology. The Speedo meter, odometer and Fuel Gauge are shown in a large display panel for easy viewing. The seat height of 826 mm makes it easy to mount and unmount but lacks the footrest pegs that were found on the RV 400. The automatic transmission makes gear shifting easy and seamless, along with the posture assist it makes for an amazingly comfortable ride whether within a city or long rides.
How's the tech?
A computerized instrument cluster and all-LED lighting are featured in the RV300. Additionally, it comes with a software that can be used with the motorcycle to access functionality like geofencing and low-battery notifications, among other things. Additionally, gives the owner the capability to start the motor remotely, review travel history, as well as monitor the location of the bike. Regarding the "artificial intelligence" feature, Revolt asserts that it analyses your riding style and displays to the user real-time range, the ideal riding posture, and even impending motorcycle issues. Additionally, a geofencing feature allows the Revolt to operate just inside a predefined map region. The mobile application can allow this, which may be helpful for owner supervision or help while renting out the bike to others.
How's the mileage of the Revolt RV300?
Revolt RV300 is the bike of the future and completely green in its initiative, the bike is powered by a 1.5kW electric motor and takes 4 hrs. to fully charge. The mileage of a full charge battery may vary according to the type of road but Revolt clocks an average mileage of 180 KM which is exceptional compared to other eclectic two-wheelers in the market.
Is the Revolt RV300 good value for money?
Considering that Revolt RV300 is a new age technologically advanced 2-wheeler the price is quite justified. The unique cutting-edge features and eco-friendly technology make the bike economical in the long run but if power and performance are to be judged it falls short as the fuel-powered bikes tend to put out more power compared to the battery power technology used in the Revolt RV300. Nonetheless, it is a great value for money if you seeking an electrical 2-wheeler for your daily commute.
How is the after sales service?
As Revolt as a brand is still a newcomer in the industry the company is planning to open service centres all across India with the increase in sales over the year. All metropolitan cities in India have Revolt service centres but are comparatively limited compared to other Bike brands such as Suzuki, TVS or Hero moto corp. The service centres are expected to rise in the coming years all over the country and would not be a hassle to receive post-sale services easily from authorized dealerships.
Which motorbikes compete in this segment?
The Bike is a first mover in the Electric 2-wheeler segment in India with no immediate rivals, the flagship technology of the Revolt has not been used by other manufacturers with the only competitor of the RV 300 being its predecessor the Revolt RV 400. Nonetheless, the RV 300 is generally compared with Kawasaki Z650 RS, Royal Enfield Bullet, Komaki MX3 and Honda CB 200X due to their similarity in price range but with a completely different technology using petroleum fuel.
Verdict (Value for money)
Comparing the RV 300 to the RV 400s, the RV 300 has a little greater range. The motorbike can travel 180 kilometres in Eco mode and 110 and 80 kilometres in Regular and Sport modes, on a single charge. The top speed of the RV 300 is only a little bit slower at 65kph compared to its predecessor. The wheelbase of the entry-level RV 300 is 30 millimetres shorter at 1,350 millimetres, and the rear tire is smaller with a smaller rear disc brake. The smaller 1.5kW hub-mounted motor's claimed kerb weight is 7 kg less than the RV 400's 101 kg, which is the major difference and makes it ideal for city roads with high manoeuvrability and surely is value for money.
The Revolt RV 300 is the entry-level electric commuter motorcycle from Revolt Intellicorp. The RV 300 is powered by a 1.5kW electric motor, supported by a 2.7kW lithium-ion battery, and will have a claimed top speed of 65 kmph, with claimed battery range on a single charge between 80-150 km. The RV 300 shares the same frame, suspension and bodywork with the Revolt RV 400, but the swingarm is different. The RV 300 gets the 4G LTE SIM embedded with a 5-year subscription but will miss out on certain features like the immobiliser, remote key, and sound simulator system. The RV 300 can be purchased for a booking amount of Rs. 7,199 with monthly payments of Rs. 7,199 for 36 months, as well as an additional Rs. 5,000 for 4G connectivity, adding up to a total landed cost to the owner of Rs. 1.14 Lakhs. The prices are introductory.