The number of electric two-wheelers in Nepal is increasing every day. There are more than just a handful of electric two-wheelers in Nepal right now. There are some reputed companies like NIU, Lvneng, Super SOCO, and Yadea offering various models of electric two-wheelers in Nepal currently. Along with them, there are also many other companies that are offering different segments of electric two-wheelers in Nepal.
Two-wheelers are the most popular and common option for commuting in Nepal as they provide ease and flexibility to the riders. With the continuous increase in the petrol price and increase in import tax of engine vehicles, electric vehicles have come as favourable alternatives to the people. Switching to electric vehicles not only reduces pollution but also decreases the dependency on fuels, reduces servicing costs and avoids high vehicle tax.
So if you are trying to switch to electric two-wheelers, we will help you with a comprehensive list of 56 models of electric two-wheelers from 15 brands that are available in Nepal at the moment.
NIU is one of the most well-known electric two-wheeler brands in Nepal. It has been offering premium scooters from its early days in Nepal. Currently, it is offering five different models of electric scooters in Nepal.
NIU scooters have a fantastic build and offer very good features for the riders. They also offer a range from 60-140 km per charge depending upon the model.
The models offered by NIU at the moment are:
|2||Gova G3||Rs 255,000|
|4||NQi||Rs 310,000 (Glossy finish) |
Rs 315,000 (Matte finish)
SuperSoco offers some of the best electric scooters and probably the best electric bike in Nepal. Its CPx is probably one of the best looking scooters in the market right now. It also offers a solid build along with a striking design and plenty of useful features to the riders. It can provide a range from 56 km to 137 km depending on the models. SuperSoco also offers faster electric two-wheelers reaching up to a top speed of 95kmph, which is pretty rare in electric two-wheelers.
Here are the models offered by SuperSoco right now in Nepal:
|1||CU Mini||Rs 179,900|
|2||CUx||Rs 249,900 (Standard colour) |
Rs 259,900 (Luxury colours)
|3||TSx||Rs 285,900 (Single battery) |
Rs 369,000 (Double battery)
|4||TC||Rs 289,900 (Single battery) |
Rs 375,000 (Double battery)
|5||TC Max||Rs 489,900|
|6||CPx||Rs 459,900 (Single battery) |
Rs 589,900 (Double battery)
3. Yadea Scooters
Yadea is another brand that offers premium electric two-wheelers in the market. It too has a solid build and a bold design that separates it from the rest. It also offers plenty of useful features to the riders. With a max speed of 60kmph, it can provide a range of up to 80km on a full charge.
The models offered by Yadea right now are:
|1||S-like||Rs 230,000 (Single battery) |
Rs 310,000 (Double battery
Lvneng is one of the very few companies to offer a variety of electric two-wheelers in Nepal. From a three-wheeled scooter for the elderly to power-performing scooters, it has everything. The electric scooters from Lvneng provide better range but the top speed is limited to 45kmph. Only its premium scooter LX06 max can achieve a top speed of 90kmph. Charging duration can range from four to six hours.
Currently, Lveneng is offering:
|7||LX06 Max||Rs 559,000|
Kaliber Auto is the authorised distributor of Doohan e-scooters in Nepal. It is one of the very few companies to have an electric three-wheeler in Nepal. Doohan currently offers four electric vehicles, two of them being three-wheelers. Unlike Lvneng’s three-wheeler that was solely for elderly and differently-abled people, the three-wheelers offered by Doohan are for daily commuting and can be used by anybody.
The scooters from Doohan has a range from 70 to 100 km depending upon the battery on the scooter while it can achieve a top speed of up to 70kmph.
Here are the models offered by Doohan:
6. Hero Electrics
Hero has made a comeback in Nepal with its latest release of three different electric two-wheeler models. Hero has a variety of electric two-wheelers in India, but only four models have made their way to Nepal. Hero scooters’ speed is limited up to 45kmph only. The upside to the limited speed on the scooter is that it has a range from 82km to 165 km. The charging time of the scooter can take from four to five hours.
The three models offered by Hero electrics are:
|3||Optima||Rs 209,600 (Single battery) |
Rs 309,600 (Double battery)
7. Genius and Tail G
Yomama E-motors is the authorised dealer of Genius electric bikes and Tail G scooters in Nepal. Previously, it offered four models of electric scooters and electric bikes here in Nepal. The two electric bikes had a maximum torque of 375nm, which is extremely high. The bikes could also achieve a top speed of up to 120kmph, which is rarely seen on electric two-wheelers. The bikes had a range of 100 km and would be fully charged in 4 hours.
The two scooters offered by Yomama E-motors also shared similar specifications. With a range of 95km, the scooters can reach a top speed of 51kmph and get fully charged in five to hours. Currently, they are out of stock but will soon offer their products to the people.
|1||Genius X46||Rs 426,000|
|2||Genius XY46||Rs 426,000|
|3||Tail G Tiger||Rs 200,000 (Estimated)|
|4||Tail G Lion||Rs 183,000|
8. Pure EV
Pure EV offers value for money electric two-wheelers. It currently offers only two models that share identical specifications differentiating only by the design. The scooters from Pure EV are well built and provide a range of up to 116km on a single charge while achieving a top speed of up to 60kmph.
The currently offers:
|1||Etrance Neo||Rs 229,000|
|2||ePluto 7G||Rs 249,000|
9. Yatri Motorcycles
Yatri Motorcycles made quite a headline when it was released last year as it offered the first electric two-wheelers that were made in Nepal itself. Yatri Motorcycles has a unique design that offers higher ground clearance and more power. The bikes have a range from 110km to 230 km on a single charge and have a fast-charging system that allows them to get an 80% charge in just 40 minutes. The bikes also offer quicker acceleration to the riders.
Yatri currently offers:
|1||Project One||Rs 565,000|
|2||Project Zero||Rs 1,949,000|
Segway electric two-wheelers were recently launched in Nepal. I Hub Pvt Ltd, the authorised distributor of Segway scooters in Nepal, has launched two electric scooters and one electric go-cart at the moment. The scooter offers a range from 60 to 100 km on a single charge and takes from five to eight hours to get fully charged. The scooters can also achieve a top speed of up to 58kmph.
Segway currently has:
11. Luyuan Nepal
Luyuan electric two-wheelers are one of the new entrants in the Nepali market. Zero Emission Ride is the official distributor of the Chinese electric scooter brand in Nepal. Luyuan Nepal currently has three models and they differ a lot in terms of design. The scooters offer a mileage of up to 80km on a single charge and can be fully charged from three to eight hours depending on the model. Similarly, the scooters have a top speed of 60kmph. They also offer some interesting features like anti-puncture tyres, remote control and an anti-theft alarm system.
The three models of Luyuan Nepal are:
|1||INNO 7||Rs 173,700|
12. Tunwal EV
Tunwal EV is an Indian electric scooter that has made its way to Nepal not long ago. Tunwal EV provides one of the most affordable electric scooters on the market. The scooter is said to have a solid build, but design-wise, it looks like a typical old-gen scooter, nothing fancy just plain and simple. Tunwal scooters offer a top speed of 50kmph whereas the range is not specified.
The four models offered by Tunwal EV are:
|1||Storm Zx lead acid||Rs 151,000|
|2||Storm Zx lithium||Rs 215,000|
|3||Storm Zx single Lithium||Rs 175,000|
|4||Lithin 2.0||Rs 151,000|
13. Komaki EV
Komaki EV is an Indian brand of electric two-wheelers that has recently made its way here in Nepal. The retro-looking e-scooters have a lot to offer. These electric scooters from Komaki are power performers. They provide a range of up to 140km on a single charge while taking four to five hours to get fully charged. The scooters can also achieve a top speed of 85kmph. The power performance of the scooters is also equally matched by the different useful features. The scooters have features like re-gen braking, reverse assist, cruise control and mobile charging point to name a few.
The two scooters offered by Komaki are:
14. Terra Motors
Terra Motors is currently offering only a single model here in Nepal. The Eco from Terra Motors is a sporty looking scooter that provides a range of up to 80km on a single charge but takes around 7-8 hours to get fully charged. The top speed this vehicle can achieve is 60kmph. The specs on the scooter may not be very pleasing when compared to others, but with the price range it comes, it is justifiable. The scooter also has features like a 3-speed function, hill assist and reverse gear.
The price of Terra Motors Eco is Rs 165,000.
Okinawa is yet another electric scooter that has set its foot in the Nepali market. Vicky Enterprises is the official distributor of Okinawa scooters in Nepal. The company has introduced six different electric scooters in the Nepali market. Okinawa scooters offer one of the best ranges in an electric scooter. The company claims with four to five hours of charge, the scooter offers a range from 170 to 200 km and can achieve a top speed of 75kmph.
The six electric scooters offered from Okinawa are:
|2||Praise Pro||Rs 260,000|
|4||Okinawa Lite||Rs 280,000|