80 Km, 25 Kmph
120 Km, 25 Kmph
LYF key highlights
|Riding Range||80 Km|
|Top Speed||25 Kmph|
|Kerb Weight||65 kg|
|Battery Charging Time||3.30 Hrs|
|Rated Power||1200 W|
|Seat Height||790 mm|
The HOP Electric LYF is a slow-speed electric scooter. It’s available in three variants: base, standard, and extended. The asking price for these variants is Rs 74,999, Rs 89,999, and Rs 89,999, respectively (all prices are ex-showroom, Delhi).
The HOP LYF looks funky with its sharp headlight, cowl-integrated turn signals, and sharp bodywork. In fact, its fascia resembles the Honda Dio. Overall, the HOP LYF seems relatively lightweight and muscular.
HOP has powered the LYF with a 250Watt motor and 1.5kWh battery for the base model. Meanwhile, the standard and extended models get a 2,000Watt motor with a 2.4kWh battery. All three models get a range of 125km. That said, the charging time varies from 2 hours 45 minutes to 3 hours, according to the variant.
HOP has equipped the LYF electric scooter with smartphone connectivity for geo-fencing, SOS alert, ride history, parental control, and tow alert. It rides on telescopic front forks and dual rear shocks. The braking hardware comprises a front disc and rear drum brake mounted on alloy wheels.
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We help you calculate fuel expenses which you will incur by using Hop Electric LYF. To check your monthly fuel expenses you just have to enter distance in kms you travel in a day and fuel price in your area. As per current inputs, average running cost for Hop Electric LYF is ₹ 0.18 per km.
Your monthly running cost for Hop Electric LYF is:
Value for Money
Affordable comfortable easy light good overall
26 weeks ago
Using Lyf extended - 97 km top it runs before the battery drains out. The starting thirst is unusual and strong, you need time to adjust to the sudden thirst The battery indicator is pathetic - you can't depend on its perfection - you have to watch your total km run counting, which shows only at the start of the Scooty. Plenty of maintenance switches on the handlebar - which is awkwardThe side stand has an unusually long extension - I had to make it bend by myselfThe rest are pretty good - but the price should be 15k less. The indicator software needs to be upgraded.
(out of 5)
Value for Money
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Used it for
< 5000 kms
Tips for other riders
Just take care of the body , colour and maintain regular charging - don't let the battery drain out
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