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Bounce Infinity E1

Bounce Infinity E1 is an electric scooter available at a price range of Rs. 54,443 - Rs. 77,549 in India. It is available in 2 variants and 5 colours. It comes with both front and rear disc brakes.

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Key specs
  • Rated Power1500 W
  • Seat Height780 mm
  • USB charging portYes

Avg. Ex-showroom price

54,443
EMI   1,846/month EMI Calculated basis
Based on avg. ex-showroom price
Down Payment - ₹ 2,722
Interest - 9.5 %
Tenure - 36 Months
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VariantPriceSpecifications

Infinity E1 Without Battery Pack

 54,443Avg. Ex-showroom price 85 Km, 65 Kmph, 94 kg, 4 Hrs

Infinity E1 With Battery Pack

 77,549Avg. Ex-showroom price 85 Km, 65 Kmph, 94 kg, 4 Hrs

Bounce Infinity E1 Summary

Infinity E1 key highlights

Riding Range 85 Km
Top Speed 65 Kmph
Kerb Weight 94 kg
Battery charging time 4 Hrs
Rated Power 1500 W
Seat Height 780 mm

About Infinity E1

Bounce Infinity E1 is an electric scooter available at a starting price of Rs. 54,443 in India. It is available in 2 variants and 5 colours with top variant price starting from Rs. 77,549. Bounce Infinity E1 generates 1500 W power from its motor. With both front and rear disc brakes, Bounce Infinity E1 comes up with combined braking system of both wheels.

The Infinity E1 is Bounce's first electric-scooter in India. This e-scooter will be available with a unique ‘battery-as-a-service’ subscription plan.

The Infinity E1 electric scooter can be bought either with a battery and charger or without a battery. The buyers of the latter need to opt for the battery-as-a-service plan in which they can use Bounce’s battery swapping network for running the scooter. The price of the Infinity E1 with a battery is Rs 68,999 and without a battery is Rs 45,099 (both prices are ex-showroom, Delhi). Interestingly, the Bounce Infinity E1 is eligible for the FAME II subsidy.

Customers purchasing the scooter without the battery need to visit Bounce’s swapping station for replacing the drained out battery with a fully-charged one. The company says this pattern of usage brings down the running cost of the e-scooter by 40 per cent as compared to conventional scooters. Even the customers who choose to buy the scooter with the battery get the facility to remove it and charge it as per convenience.

Coming to the specifications of the Infinity E1, it is propelled by a BLDC motor that produces 83Nm of torque and reaches a top speed of around 65kmph. The company claims zero to 40kmph sprint timing of 8 seconds. The power is delivered in two modes including Eco and Power. As for the battery, it’s a 48V39Ah unit that can be charged through a regular electric socket. Charging takes around four to five hours and it runs for 85km on a full charge.

The Bounce Infinity E1 is also loaded with a host of features like remote tracking, geo-fencing, drag mode, reverse mode, cruise control, anti-theft mechanism, and tow alert. Bounce is also offering a smartphone application that allows the user to virtually control a lot of aspects of the e-scooter.
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Why Electric?

  • Running CostYou do not have to pay anything for petrol.
  • StylingThey look cool, trendy and are a bit quirky too.
  • PerformanceThey have instant Torque Delivery, helps in saving time in moving traffic.
  • MaintenanceThey do not have a lot of moving parts, no engine oil or filters.
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Bounce Infinity E1 Expert Opinion

  • Good Things

    • Styling is quite nice
    • One of the most affordable EVs
    • Comes with battery swap feature
  • Could be Better

    • Poor brand sales, service reach
    • Boring looking instrument cluster

BikeWale's Take

The Bounce Infinity E1 is the latest addition in the world of EVs in India. It features an attractive styling, gets decent number of features and also comes with a swappable battery. But it’s a new entrant, so the sales and service reach are likely to be poor. 

Bounce Infinity E1 Review

Here is the Infinity E1- the first-ever offering from Bounce, a Bengaluru-based EV company. Now, apart from how it rides and etcetera, I wanted to find out what makes the E1 stand apart from the rest of the herd because a boatload of EVs with a boatload of claims is easy to have you- a buyer- confused right? 

Introduction

Bounce Infinity E1 Front View

Why to buy it?

-Swappable battery

-Accessible buying options

-Offers a comfortable ride 

Why to avoid it?

- Could get smoother throttle calibration

- Build quality could be better

Even though petrolheads might despise the idea, the world is rushing towards electrification at erm…the speed of light. And with the Indian government pushing for the process by showering with subsidies and benefits, we’ve seen an influx of e-vehicles in our country. 

One such example is Bounce; a Bengaluru-based company with its first-ever offering- the Infinity E1. Now, apart from how it rides and etcetera, I wanted to find out what makes the E1 stand apart from the rest of the herd because a boatload of EVs with a boatload of claims is easy to have you- a buyer- confused right?  

The Visuals

Bounce Infinity E1 Right Side View

Well, before I answer all of that, let us begin with the exteriors of the Bounce Infinity E1. If you find the E1 to be looking familiar, it's because the scooter is essentially the i-Flow from 22Kymco. Bounce took over their operations when the brand went defunct. Anyway, the Infinity E1 looks like a conventional scooter for the most part with a styling that takes inspiration from the present day rather than going overboard and futuristic. 

Bounce Infinity E1 Left Side View

The hints of sharp creases also make it interesting to look at. But the somewhat retro, bullet-shaped headlamp seems out of place in this design, even though it does look cool. Even the round mirrors- they add aesthetic, but with a small size, provide a limited rearview and multiple blind spots.  

Bounce Infinity E1 panels

That said, the quality and fitments of parts are decent for a two-wheeler from a brand new company. Yes, there are a few teeny gaps on the lower side of the bodywork, and a slight lapse in paint finish around bolts, but other than that we found nothing to grumble about. The switchgear is adequately tactile and easy to use and so is the LCD instrument cluster. 

The Package

Bounce Infinity E1 Instrument Cluster

The instrument cluster, in its retro-style, offers essential info like the battery percentage, range, speed, odo, and trips. While it does have the option to connect to an app, the display in itself is quite basic. Nonetheless, it also displays the mode the scooter is running in. There are two on offer- Power and Eco that limit the speed to 65kmph (its top-speed) and 41kmph respectively.

Bounce Infinity E1 switches

 Other than that, you also have a ‘Drag’ mode and Reverse mode. While the use of the reverse mode is self-explanatory, the drag mode assists the rider in case of a puncture or breakdown by treading at a max speed of 3kmph. Both of these modes trigger the LED hazard lights for added safety. 

Bounce Infinity E1 Head Light

The scooter also boasts an LED tail lamp and an LED headlamp with DRL. While we did not get a chance to test it at night, we can easily tell that the setup would provide a decent throw but lack the spread needed to illuminate well.   

The Ride

Bounce Infinity E1 Right Side View

The Bounce Infinity E1 looks like a normal-sized scooter and with a low, 780mm seat height, it is also easy to get on. The seat in itself is soft and well-cushioned, both for the rider and pillion. It also has enough real estate to seat two comfortably. However, since it is wide even at the front, having both feet planted with ease would be a task for anyone shorter than 5’7”. 

Bounce Infinity E1 Left Side View

On the other hand, the low-set handlebar that digs into the knees in a full lock turn would be a problem for taller riders. So, a tapering seat and a slightly higher handlebar would do the trick for the Infinity E1, because otherwise, it feels comfortable to be perched on. There is also ample space to move your feet and keep a small bag in between- something that we found lacking in most similarly priced EVs in the market.   

Bounce Infinity E1 Right Side View

Equally impressive is the Infinity E1’s ride quality. Even though the hardware is basic, it feels well set up. While the rear feels a tad stiff, with a pillion on board, the ride gets better and the scooter absorbs bumps and undulations in the tarmac with ease. That said, let’s come to the performance which is as easygoing as the scooter’s ride quality. Fitted with a BLDC motor that produces 1.5kW (2bhp) and 85Nm of torque, the Infinity E1 isn’t exactly race material. However, it still manages to go up to 65kmph in Power mode. Whereas in Eco mode, the scooter hits the limiter at 40kmph which is decent enough for city riding. 

Bounce Infinity E1 Right Rear Three Quarter

The switch between the modes is seamless, the whine from the motor is minimal and while the throttle is abrupt at the start, it feels smooth once on the move. The brakes were mighty impressive too offering sharp bite at both ends with little lever effort. Having said that, the Bounce Infinity E1 is an agile scooter. It is also light, weighing just 94kg. That also makes it easy to move around and pull out of a tight parking spot, even without the need for its reverse mode.  

Bounce Infinity E1 Left Side View

Now, with limited time on our hands, we weren’t able to test its range, but the company claims a maximum range of 85km from its 1.87kWh battery. Although, this would be while riding in Eco mode and the range will be much lesser if ridden at higher speeds. 

Should You Buy It?

Bounce Infinity E1 charging dock

Bounce has created a major USP for the Infinity E1 with its buying options. Apart from offering the scooter with a battery and charger as standard for Rs 59,999, the Infinity E1 can be bought without the battery too for Rs 36,099 (both prices, ex-showroom Gujarat). The battery can be ‘rented’ out for a monthly subscription of Rs 1,249. Although the scooter is currently available only in Bangalore, it is expected to be launched in 10 cities by April 2022. 

Now in comparison to the TVS Scooty Zest 110, which is the most affordable ICE scooter in the market, the E1 with a battery costs Rs 8,500 lesser. Not only that, but the E1 is also lighter, and riding it at its top speed would be a much smoother experience than the Zest 110 at 80kmph. However, with a range of roughly 220km, the Zest 110 can run 3 times longer than the E1 on a full tank.  

Bounce Infinity E1 Electric Bike Battery Pack

Well, that is where the swappable battery pack comes in. The company has set up battery docks and aims to have one every 2km at pop stores, ATMs, and ironically, fuel stations as well. And the process is quite simple. Just get to the dock, enter a code, and exchange the used battery with a new one. This costs a nominal Rs 35 per swap, negates the charging time, and would eventually address the biggest concern with EVs which is range anxiety.

However, this is exclusively available for customers who choose to rent out the battery separately and just like the scooter, offered extensively in Bangalore as of now. Nonetheless, the brand claims that it is looking to set up 300 charging docks across all major cities in the country.  

Bounce Infinity E1 Right Side View

That said, the Infinity E1 as a scooter is quite likable. It offers good ride quality and comfort and a motor that performs decently in the city. The claimed range is decent, but we’ll only know for sure when we ride it extensively. And if we had to nitpick, smoother calibration between the brakes and throttle and slightly better build quality would make the Infinity E1 a better scooter to ride. But only if Bounce is able to fully capitalize on its charging docks and offer seamless dealer operations across the country would the E1 be a satisfactory electric two-wheeler to own. 

Photography by Kaustubh Gandhi

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Infinity E1 Specifications & Features

Specifications

  • Power & PerformancePower & Performance

    Fuel Type Electric

    Max Power --

    Rated Power 1500 W

    Battery charging time 4 Hrs

    Fast charging time Yes

    Carrying capacity --

    Max Torque 83 Nm

    Transmission Automatic

    Riding Range Maximum distance a petrol bike can travel on a full fuel tank and an electric bike can travel on a full charge 85 Km

    Gradeability The steepness of grade that a motor vehicle is capable of climbing at efficient speed. --

    Top Speed These are estimated figures 65 Kmph

    Battery capacity 1.9 kWh

    Battery type Lithium Ion

    Motor type BLDC Motor

    Charger output --

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  • Brakes, Wheels & SuspensionBrakes, Wheels & Suspension

    Braking System CBS, IBS, SBT, UBS, HBS - Combined braking of both front and rear wheel | ABS - Anti-lock braking system which can be just for front wheel (single channel) or both wheels (dual channel) or can be switched off (switchable) | E-ABS - Electronic assisted braking system | Standard - Cable operated CBS

    Front Brake Type Disc

    Front Brake Size 230 mm

    Rear Wheel Size 12 inch

    Front Tyre Size 90/90 - 12

    Rear Tyre Size 120/70 - 12

    Rear Brake Type Disc

    Rear Brake Size 203 mm

    Calliper Type --

    Wheel Type Alloy

    Front Wheel Size 12 inch

    Tyre Type Tubeless

    Radial Tyres No

    Front Suspension Telescopic Hydraulic

    Rear Suspension Twin Shock Absorber

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  • Dimensions & ChassisDimensions & Chassis

    Kerb Weight 94 kg

    Overall Length 1,820 mm

    Overall Width 695 mm

    Wheelbase 1,260 mm

    Ground Clearance 155 mm

    Seat Height 780 mm

    Overall Height 1,120 mm

    Chassis Type Tubular frame

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  • Manufacturer WarrantyManufacturer Warranty

    Battery warranty Whichever comes earlier, 40000 km or 3 Year

    Motor warranty Whichever comes earlier, 40000 km or 3 Year

Features

Odometer Digital

Regenerative breaking Yes

Reverse mode Yes

Stand AlarmYes

Stepped SeatNo

No. of Tripmeters2

Touch screen display No

DRLs (Daytime running lights) Yes

Mobile App Connectivity Yes

GPS & Navigation Yes

Central locking system Yes

Artificial sound No

Parking assist Yes

Hill Assist Yes

Anti theft system Yes

Geo fencing Yes

Start/stop button Yes

USB charging port Yes

Front storage box No

Under seat storage 12 ltr

Speedometer Digital

Tachometer No

Tripmeter TypeDigital

Low Battery IndicatorYes

Pillion BackrestNo

Pillion GrabrailYes

Pillion SeatYes

Pillion FootrestYes

Start TypeElectric Start

Shift LightNo

KillswitchNo

ClockYes

Headlight TypeLED Head Lamp

Brake/Tail LightLED Tail Lamp

Turn SignalYes

Pass LightYes

Additional featuresPower and Eco Modes, Cruise Control, Tow Alert

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Bounce Infinity E1 User Reviews

3.5 71 ratings 34 reviews
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    Value for Money

  •  5Bounce infinity - add a little bounce to you life & enjoy it to i 1 month ago by Louis Manoj, Mangalore

    Buying experience: a little hiccup as I had booked the vehicle in march but delivery was done @ august end. It could have been handled better. Riding experience: it has been simply wow. Mangalore is a hilly town, with lots of ups and downs, initially was sceptical about

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  •  1Vehicle never launched in Chennai 2 months ago by Sriram, Chennai

    I booked in December 2021. The vehicle is yet to come to Chennai. Every time I call them they say they will come to my city next week and the next week never comes. I asked them to refund the booking amount, but they never responded, cheaters, are totally in the name of

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  •  2Just one word for the scooter - pain 2 months ago by Sheeltikku, Mumbai

    The bike buying process is smooth and taking delivery is pain. They will call you at shady places for delivery. 1st month after the scooter had a problem that the scooter does not turn on. Complained and someone came after 4days of follow-up. Once this problem was resol

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  •  1Totally scam company bounce infinity 2 months ago by Kalpesh, Vadodara

    Trap trap trap, big scam in the name of selling this ev, feels like cheating, I have booked this ev two-wheeler in December 2021 considering the price and value for money, but when the delivery started in august in my city the price is been hiked without any information

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  •  5Best branch of e-scooter in india 3 months ago by Muktesh Kumar, New Delhi

    As the electric market is one of the growing sectors in India so I can easily suggest someone to go for this brand as after riding I don't think you will be going for some other brand. Its pick-up power is also very good & look of the vehicle also very nice. For battery

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  •  3Ok scooter 3 months ago by Murrari, Bangalore

    The buying experience was not ok, and price transparency was not there, regards pricing, what the company spoke during the test drive and during the payment for the scooter purchase, there was a huge difference. The bike is good and comfortable. It gives good mileage fo

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FAQs about Bounce Infinity E1

  • Q: What is the on-road price of Bounce Infinity E1 in 2022?

    A: The 2022 on-road price of Bounce Infinity E1 in Delhi is Rs. 49,146. This on-road price includes the ex-showroom price, RTO and insurance charges.
  • Q: Which is better Bounce Infinity E1 or Hero Electric Optima CX?

    A: Bounce Infinity E1 is priced at Rs. 54,443, has a top speed of 65 Kmph, range of 85 Km and takes 4 Hrs hours to charge, whereas, the price of Hero Electric Optima CX is Rs. 67,329 with a top speed of 42 Kmph, giving a range of 82 Km and a charging time of 4-5 Hrs. You can compare Bounce Infinity E1 vs Hero Electric Optima CX based on their detailed specifications, features, prices and reviews.
  • Q: What are the colour options of Bounce Infinity E1?

    A: Bounce Infinity E1 is available in 5 colours which are Sparkle Black, Comet Gray, Sporty Red, Pearl White and Desat Silver. You can check all the colour images of Bounce Infinity E1.
  • Q: What are the key specifications of Bounce Infinity E1?

    A: Bounce Infinity E1 is an electric bike that comes with a 1500 W motor which gives a range of 85 Km, and a top speed that goes uptil 65 Kmph. It has a charging time of 4 Hrs. You can check the full specifications and features.

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