TVS iQube ST 3.4kWh Variant VS Ather Rizta Z: Thing You Must K

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The electric scooter market has seen increasing growth, competition, and innovation, as the world strives to adopt environmentally-friendly means of transportation. Some of the competitors in this emerging sector include: TVS iQube ST 3.4kWh Two electric scooters battling for dominance in the urban community – the 4kWh Variant and the Ather Rizta Z. Now we need to look at a detailed comparison of these two environmentally friendly transport options and see which of them is the most effective.

Design and Aesthetics

The TVS iQube ST and the Ather Rizta Z are both strikingly designed in a contemporary and smooth style which is in line with their environmental consciousness. The iQube ST has a more modern feel and has a clean look with a small scale body while the Rizta Z has a more modern look with its simple design and LED’s.

Performance

In terms of power and acceleration, the TVS iQube ST 3. 4kWh Variant comes with a 4kWh battery. It was fitted with an 4 kW electric motor driven by a 3.4kWh Lithium-ion battery pack. With this configuration, the vehicle can reach a maximum speed of 78 km/h and has a range of up to 75 kilometers on a single charge. However, the Ather Rizta Z has a slightly better top speed of 80 km/h and an estimated range of approximately 85 km with a battery capacity of 5.4 kW electric motor and 4.2 kWh battery pack.

Features and Technology

Both scooters have several features and technologies on board to give the rider more comfort. Some of the features include connectivity with a smart phone through the TVS iQube app where the rider can read ride statistics, find charging stations and access the vehicles dashboard remotely. It also has regenerative braking as well as LED lighting and a digital instrument cluster. However, the Ather Rizta Z has Ather’s 7-inch touchscreen dashboard, which gives riders information about navigation, vehicle stats, and software updates through the internet. It also includes Bluetooth audio connection, vehicle diagnostics, and fast charging; thus, it can be categorized as a technology-smart car for city dwellers.

Ride Quality and Handling

The scooters are similar in terms of their maneuverability and agility which blend in nicely when driving in between cars in the city. iQube ST and Rizta Z are both comfortable bikes for city riding and each provides agile handling and strong acceleration from the electric motor.

Pricing and Value

Considering the cost factor, the Ather Rizta Z is priced at Rs 1,44,999 are still cheaper than the TVS iQube ST 3.4kWh which is priced at Rs 1,55,555 and therefore it is more competitive in terms of pricing for the segment of buyers who focuses on the price tag of the electric scooter. But the Rizta Z still deserves to cost more since its overall performance, additional features, and construction are higher than those of the Rizta Z.

Conclusion

Finally, the TVS iQube ST 3 is a great scooter overall. The 4kWh Variant and the Ather Rizta Z show that there are attractive options in the electric scooter niche, depending on personal aspects. The iQube ST will provide overall value for the money and can be used for daily commute. At the same time, the Ather Rizta Z is an impressive motorcycle with higher performance and advanced technology and is aimed at those riders who pursue a higher level of comfort and usability of a motorcycle, close to the future. Ultimately, the decision between these two electric scooters is a matter of personal choice, price point, and personal preferences.

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