Revolt Motors announces low cost financing scheme at 5.99% per annum for its electric motorcycles

This low-cost financing scheme combined with complete saving on petrol expenses, gives significant savings to customers as compared to traditional petrol motorcycles.

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Revolt Motors announces low cost financing scheme at 5.99% per annum for its electric motorcycles

RattanIndia’s Revolt Motors, a Haryana-based electric vehicle bike company, has announced a new low-cost financing scheme for its customers, to purchase Revolt motorcycles at an interest rate of 5.99 percent per annum.

This low-cost financing scheme combined with complete saving on petrol expenses, gives significant savings to customers as compared to traditional petrol motorcycles, as per the press release.

The financing scheme is available for a limited time and can be availed online, via Revolt Motors' authorised dealerships or the Revolt website.

"Our low-cost financing scheme is designed to make it easier for people to own our electric motorcycles and benefit from the significant cost savings that Revolt electric motorcycles provide" said Anjali Rattan, Business Chairperson of RattanIndia Enterprises, holding company of Revolt Motors.

Rattan India Enterprises is the flagship company of the Rattan India Group, which is engaged in tech-focussed, new-age businesses including e-commerce, electric vehicles, fintech, and drones.

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