Bounce Infinity electric scooter launched — Here are the details on price, range, subsidies and more

Dec 2, 2021

By: Kritti Bhalla

Bounce Infinity launched

Electric vehicle company Bounce has unveiled its electric scooter Infinity in Karnataka today.

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Users have to wait to own it

Bounce scooters will start to roll out by March 2022.

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Five colours available

The scooter is available in five colours — Sparkle Black, Comet Gray, Sporty Red, Pearl Whire, Desat Silver.

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Top speed is at 65 km/h

Bounce Infinity E1 has a 2 kilowatt hour (kWh) lithium-ion battery pack, with a top speed of 65 kilometres per hour (km/h).

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Range goes up to 85 km

The scooter can cover a range of 85 kilometres (km). Realistically, the scooter can cover a range of 50 kilometres in power mode and around 65 kilometres in Eco mode.

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Ex-showroom price in Delhi is ₹68,999

Bounce Infinity would cost ₹68,999, with battery and charger, to a customer in Delhi. The price will vary on a state-to-state basis though. The price varies based on states and subsidies.

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Prices go up to ₹80,000

The company announced that the vehicles will be priced as follows — Gujarat: ₹59,999 | Karnataka, Delhi: ₹68,999 | Maharashtra: ₹69,999 | Rajasthan: ₹72,999 | Other states: ₹79,999.

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The price can get lower too

For those who want to buy the vehicle without the battery and charger, the price would be ₹45,099 (ex-showroom, Delhi). The price would drop to as low as ₹36,000 in Gujarat.

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How would scooters without battery work?

Buyers, who buy the vehicle without the battery, would be able to subscribe to the battery swap plan as per their usage.

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Financing options available too

Bounce, in the unveiling event, also mentioned that it has partnered with several banks, non-banking financial companies (NBFCs) and ‘Buy Now, Pay Later’ players to offer financing solutions to its customers.

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