Electric Vehicles

Nexzu Bazinga e-cycle launched in India

Written by Nayak

Nexzu Mobility, one of the emerging EV makers of India, has unveiled its new product named Bazinga. This product was long due from the manufacturer. With the growing demand for electric two-wheelers in the country, Nexus Mobility is garnering a lot of sales. This new addition in the form of Bazinga, which is a long-range daily commuter, will surely find a lot of buyers. Nexzu Mobility has put on a sticker price of INR 49,445 for the e-cycle variant. Meanwhile, the cargo e-cycle trim will retail at INR 51,525.

What Is The Bazing E-Cycle?

Dubbed as being a revolutionary product in the EV segment, Bazinga is a unisex e-cycle. The company claimed mileage is 100km which is quite impressive. In addition to this, the e-cycle also has the capability of carrying 15 kg of the cargo load. And this opens up the market for last-mile delivery partners as well. The frame design is of the hop-in style, thus allowing effortless access to the e-cycle. Nexzu Mobility claims that the new and updated aesthetic decals will surely attract a wide range of audiences.

This e-cycle will officially hit the roads sometime next month. Although, interested customers can avail themselves of a pre-bookings facility. For this, customers need to visit Nexzu Mobility’s official e-commerce website or tune in to any of Nexzu Mobility’s social media handles. The company mentioned that deliveries would most likely commence after the launch. In order to attract more customers and lower the buying burden, Nexzu Mobility will provide EMI with alternative and easy payment options.

Demand For E-Cycles Rising In This Pandemic

The rising cases of Covid-19 have made it difficult for citizens to use public transport. People these days are too concerned about social distancing and personal hygiene, and hence public transport is a big no. This is where e-cycles provide the best alternative options. These are easy to ride and, at the same time, much cheaper to maintain. Furthermore, with people getting more health-conscious, cycling has been a top priority exercise in this pandemic situation. These e-cycles allow the convenience of being a daily commuter and can also act as a traditional mechanical cycle.

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