Hero Lectro, the e-cycle brand of Hero Cycles Ltd. opens its first-ever exclusive e-cycle Experience Centre in Delhi. This is the perfect one-stop place for the customers to get a first-hand experience of Hero Lectro’s wide range of e-cycles. This store also comes with a test-ride area for customers to explore and try multiple models of Hero Lectro’s e-cycles. To enhance customer service, Hero Lectro has introduced its ‘Bike Doctor’ initiative. As part of this, the experience centre gets trained technicians and specialised tools to provide after-sales services, maintenance and repair. This will ensure complete peace of mind for the customers and also enable them with better and faster services.
Growing demand For E-Cycles
Ever since 2019, the year Covid-19 first struck the world, everyone has been trying to avoid public transport. With this, the demand for personal mobility is on the rise and the same is the story not only in India but all across the world. With the growing demand and rising fuel prices, customers are more inclined towards getting an EV. And what better than a vehicle which is an EV and at the same time also acts as fitness equipment.
E-cycles offer the best of both worlds, i.e. cost-efficient and environment friendly. Hero Lectro offers a wide range of e-cycle that cater to diverse use cases such as commute, fitness, adventure etc. As per studies, 70 per cent of the commuters in India travel less than 20 km on a daily basis. And for this use case, e-cycles are a perfect choice.
Key Features Of Hero Lectro E-Cycles
With the growing demand for tech enhancement and connectivity, mobility is getting increasingly tech-driven. Matching the current market trend, Hero’s range of products also come with a host of latest features. This includes Bluetooth, smartphone app connectivity for riding insights. For more convenience, the equipped charging mechanisms support existing power outlets. In terms of safety, Hero is providing a secured RFID key locking mechanism, all-weather use including rains with an IP67 rating and disc brakes. Riders also get the convenience of four different modes of riding – Pedal, Cruise, Pedelec (pedal assist) and Throttle.