Avan Motors launches electric scooter Trend E at Rs 56,900

by Autocar Pro News Desk , 22 Mar 2019


Pankaj Tiwari, business development head, Avan Motors at the launch

Pune-based Avan Motors India launched its new smart electric scooter Trend E today at the EV India Marathon Summit, BV Tech Expo India 2019 in New Delhi.

The latest addition to its Xero series of electric scooters, the high-performance Trend E has an ex-showroom price of Rs 56,900 for the single-battery scooter and Rs 81,269 for the double-battery scooter. The scooter can be booked from today onwards at a booking fee of Rs 1,100.

The Trend E is available in a combination of colours including Red-Black, Black-Red, and White-Blue. It is powered by a lithium-ion battery and claims a top speed of 45kph. The electric scooter covers a distance of 60km with single battery and 110km with double battery and the charge time for the scooter’s lithium-ion battery is 2 to 4 hours. The Trend E comes equipped with a hydraulic telescopic front suspension and a coil spring rear suspension.

Additionally, the scooter gets with alloy wheels, with disc and drum brakes on the front and rear wheels, respectively. Avan claims that the scooters have a load-carrying capacity of 150kg. The company has announced that customers booking their scooters before 31 March will get them delivered before 31 March itself.

Speaking at the launch of the electric scooter, Pankaj Tiwari, business development head, Avan Motors, said, “The Avan Motors team has worked extensively on creating the Trend E scooter as a vehicle that is suitable for Indian roads and meets the requirements of consumers with its combination of technology, power and futuristic design. We are delighted with the response the scooter has received in its pre-launch phase and are confident that customers too will appreciate the Trend E and all its features.”

Avan Motors claims that it has built a sales network with 33 dealerships spanning across 11 new states such as Rajasthan, Punjab, West Bengal, Manipur, Assam, Sikkim, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, and Odisha.