You Can Order The Hero Vida V1 In The Comfort Of Your Armchair

You Can Order The Hero Vida V1 In The Comfort Of Your Armchair

News by Team Drivio | Apr 18, 2023

You don’t even need to go to a Hero Vida showroom to get home the Vida V1. 

  • The Vida’s real-world range goes from 85km to 95km. 
  • In terms of its design, while it looks attractive and modern, you can’t help but think it’s similar to the TVS NTorq 125. 
  • Suspension duties are handled by a telescopic fork at the front along with a monoshock at the rear. 

Hero MotoCorp has announced that its Vida electric scooters would be sold on the Flipkart e-commerce platform. Notably, this electric scooter series is currently accessible in three Indian cities: Bangalore, Jaipur, and Delhi, with Hero MotoCorp aggressively increasing its availability in more regions. They will shortly debut the Vida electric scooter series in Chennai, Hyderabad, Pune, Nashik, Nagpur, and Ahmedabad, as previously announced.

The business has begun taking reservations for this electric scooter line in the aforementioned markets. However, Hero MotoCorp has not disclosed pricing or delivery information for the V1 range in the aforementioned cities. The V1 range is offered in Bangalore starting at Rs. 1.45 lakh. Here’s how much each variant costs: 

Hero Vida V1 VariantPrice (Effective Price, Bangalore)
V1 ProRs 1,59,000
V1 PlusRs 1,45,000

This electric scooter, which competes with the TVS iQube and the Bajaj Chetak, is now available in two models: Plus and Pro. The more expensive Pro model has a longer range, faster acceleration, and more colour options. 

The acceleration time from zero to 40kmph for the Plus and Pro models is 3.4 seconds and 3.2 seconds, respectively. The Pro model, which has a larger battery pack capacity of 3.94kWh, has a greater range than the Plus model, which has a 3.44kWh unit. Meanwhile, both types come equipped with a claimed top speed of 80kmph and four ride modes: Eco, Ride, Sport, and user-customizable.