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Bounce Infinity E1: What else can you buy

06 March 2022, 12:06 PM Pratik Bhanushali
Bounce Infinity E1: What else can you buy

Bounce entered the Indian two-wheeler market with the Infinity E1 as its first electric scooter. While most of the manufacturers offer their EV with a fixed/swappable battery, Bounce offers the Infinity E1 with a swappable battery based on a subscription model. We've explained more about it here. Now, the Bounce Infinity E1 is priced at Rs 68,999 (ex-showroom Delhi, inclusive of the battery pack). But if you wish to explore other options in the same price range, then let us help you. 

Honda Activa 6G

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Long since the scooter market picked its pace in India, Honda Activa has been a household name. Of the latest iteration, the Honda Activa 6G falls into the given price bracket. It costs Rs 70,599 and is offered in a bunch of different colours. It houses a 109.5cc motor that develops 7.68bhp. The Activa 6G gets a 5.3-litre fuel tank and returns 45-50kmpl. So, you can expect a range close to 250kms which is way more than what the Bounce Infinity E1 can clock in one go.  

Honda Shine

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Another well known commuter in India, the Honda Shine too has made it to the list. Its asking price is set to Rs 74,953 onwards. The Shine's trusty mechanicals and frugal motor have made it immensely popular in the urban and rural areas of the country. Not to mention, its 10.5-litre fuel tank paired with the fuel-efficient motor make it quite an excellent choice for commuting. 

Bajaj Pulsar 125

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Over the course of years, the Pulsar too has become a very well known name. The Bajaj Pulsar 125 features the same design as its siblings and costs Rs 80,090. It's powered by a 124.4cc single cylinder air-cooled motor churning out 11.4bhp. It gets conventional forks at the front with dual rear springs. Braking hardware consists of a front disc and rear drum brake setup along with other options. 

Suzuki Access 125

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The alternatives' list for the Bounce Infinity E1 is filled with a bunch of popular names and the Suzuki Access 125 too has made it. Apart from its practicality, the Suzuki Access 125 is also known for its sprightly motor. The performance is so commendable that Suzuki has used the same motor in not two but three scooter offerings from its stable -- Access 125, Burgman Street and Avenis 125. Suzuki has priced the Access 125 at Rs 75,600 onwards. 

TVS Jupiter 125

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Unveiled last year, the TVS Jupiter 125 is the latest entrant to the Hosur-based brand's portfolio. It's priced at Rs 75,825 onwards and packs a bunch of nifty features. One of the many highlights of the Jupiter 125 is its floorboard attached fuel tank which means the practicality quotient is high as the underseat storage space is more than the opponents. Head here to read our review

Bounce Infinity E1

Avg. Ex-showroom price

₹ 54,929

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