The National EV 70 electric bike now has a new zero markup installment program from Askari Bank. The installment plan, according to the specifics, is only accessible through Askari’s Mastercard credit cards and lasts for a period of 12 months.
Six additional electric scooters are available from National E-Vehicles (Pvt.) Ltd. However, the offer is limited to the EV 70, an electric bike built on a standard 70cc bike platform.
The National EV 70 faces off against products like the Jolta JE 70D. It has a lithium battery pack and a single 1000-watt motor.
The bike’s claimed top speed is about 60 kilometers per hour, and its claimed range in eco-drive mode is 110 kilometers. The battery can be fully charged in as little as six hours with a maximum input voltage of 110v/220v at 50-60 Hz, according to specifics.
The bike costs Rs. 196,000, which is nearly Rs. 38,000 more than the Honda CD 70. The National EV 70’s ability to catch up to its petrol-powered rivals at this price point is in doubt.