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Expert Reviews on Ather Bikes

  • Ather 450X Long Term Review: SmartEco Mode and TPMS Tested

    Ather 450X Long Term Review: SmartEco Mode and TPMS Tested

    Ather recently introduced the SmartEco mode for the 450X and the 450 Plus. Additionally, the company has also installed a TPMS unit, as a part of its beta testing program, in select customer’s scooters, including my long-termer as well. So we thought, this would be a great way to test out both the new features, as a part of this report. Read full review
  • Ather 450X Long Term Review: Real-world Range and Charging Report

    Ather 450X Long Term Review: Real-world Range and Charging Report

    It’s been three months since I’ve been using the Ather 450X as my daily rider for work and personal commutes. And in this duration, we’ve crossed 1000km on the Odo. Now, we know this isn’t a huge number considering the other long-termers in the BikeWale garage. But, considering this is the only EV we have, and the limitations with the everyday use cases, this is a significant milestone nonetheless.Read full review
  • Ather 450X Long Term Review: City Report

    Ather 450X Long Term Review: City Report

    The Ather 450X joined the BikeWale long-term fleet sometime in late January 2022, and it has been my daily driver ever since. In fact, we already have the introduction report live on the website, so you’d want to read that first.Read full review
  • Ather 450X Long Term Review: Introduction

    Ather 450X Long Term Review: Introduction

    As they say, the future is electric. And as of today, quite a few players are vying for a pie of this niche segment. Now, the Ather 450X we have here is cut from the same cloth but has been designed ground-up with performance as its key focus point.Read full review
  • Ather 450 Electric Scooter: First Ride Review

    Ather 450 Electric Scooter: First Ride Review

    Ather Energy sounds like a company in the power sector or something along those lines. That’s because it started as a company that was interested in developing batteries for electric vehicles. 

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