The both RV models will also come with introductory benefits such as a battery warranty of up to eight years or 1.5 lakh km, free maintenance benefits up to three years or 30,000km, a product warranty (five years or 75,000 km) and free insurance.
The RV400 comes with a 3.24kW lithium-ion battery offers an ARAI claimed range of 156 km which is quite decent for an electric bike of this category with a regular 15A charging plug, which can be connected directly to the motorcycle,or to the removable battery with a choice of three riding modes – Eco, City and Sport.
The RV 400 features a bolt-on subframe, a USD fork, a monoshock and disc brakes while RV 300 is a smaller model with a wheelbase of 30mm shorter at 1,350mm, the rear tyre is narrower and the rear disc brake is also smaller. However, the RV 300 has a slightly lower top speed of 65kph ,In Eco mode, the RV 400 bike claimed a 180km range on a single charge, whereas in Normal and Sport mode, it manages to claim 110km and 80km, respectively.
RV 400 gets a mobile application to lets you choose an artificial exhaust sound for the bike with four pre-set sounds while you can also make one according to your own preferences which includes satellite navigation, bike locator, real-time bike information and diagnostics, geofencing for security, doorstep battery delivery, online payment gateway for a battery swap, and anti-theft features.