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Hero Lectro F2i & F3i Electric-MTBs launched in India

Written by Akhil Dalvi

One of India’s emerging E-cycle brands, Hero Lectro, has announced the launch of its F2i and F3i e-cycles in India. Being India’s first connected e-MTBs, Hero Lectro has priced the e-cycles at INR 39,999 and INR 40,999, respectively. The company has stated that it has used a sporty MTB frame for both e-bikes, making them perfect for adventuring. Riders can use the e-bikes for a unique yet superior riding experience in urban or off-road settings.

Hero Lectro F2i & F3i: Details

The brand has designed both the e-cycles at its in-house R&D centre as technologically advanced, personal mobility solutions. The MTB frame on both e-bikes allows the rider to tackle off-road trails or travel short distances with ease. With both e-bikes at full charge, riders can travel 35 Km with ease thanks to their 7-speed gears.

For enhanced ride comfort and convenience, both e-bikes feature a 100mm suspension, dual disc brakes, and an RFID bike lock. Additionally, Hero Lectro provides Bluetooth connectivity for both riders, via which riders can pair and use their smartphones easily. Via its #WantItFlauntit campaign, Hero Lectro has aimed the F2i and F3i e-bikes towards the adventure-filled younger audience.

Hero Lectro F2i & F3i: Battery, Features, and Dealerships 

Hero Electro has equipped both e-bikes with a 6.4 Ah battery pack with IP67, dust, and water certification. Power is sent through a high torque 250 W BLDC motor, enhancing rider convenience, reliability, and efficiency. Both e-bikes feature four riding modes- Pedelec offering 35 Km, Throttle offering 27 Km, Cruise Control and Manual, respectively. Riders can control the modes via a smart LED display which also showcases riding time and Bluetooth-related information.

Hero Lectro has announced that its RFID key offers 100% security, and customers can purchase both e-bikes via its website. The brand currently has an extensive network of over 600 dealerships with exclusive experience centres in Chennai and Kolkata, respectively. The biggest benefit from using the new e-bikes is that there is no bulk, no expensive fuel costs or emissions. Currently, Hero Lectro sells over 15 variants of e-products in manual or automatic guises which fulfil various duties.

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