Latest Prices of Electric Bikes and Scooters in Nepal

Latest Prices of Electric Bikes and Scooters in Nepal

In recent years, there has been a gradual increase in the utilization of electric modes of transportation, including bikes and scooters. These alternatives to fuel-powered vehicles are gaining popularity due to their affordability. With the rise in fuel prices, there is a growing interest among the Nepali public in these options, leading to the introduction of various brands in the market.

As a result, the Nepali market has witnessed the emergence of nearly two dozen electric scooter and bike companies, with more expected to enter the market soon. Currently, two-wheelers are available for purchase in Nepal for as low as Rs 110,000 and as high as Rs 500,000 or more.

In terms of usage, electric bikes are very similar to their petrol counterparts. However, the running costs of electric bikes are significantly lower compared to fuel-powered ones.

In Nepal, the market offers bikes and scooters that can travel a range of 60 to 140 kilometers on a single charge, using anywhere from 2 to 4 kilowatt-hours of power. Charging to full capacity costs between Rs 20 to Rs 40, and the two-wheeler can provide a mileage of up to 70 -140 kilometers when fully charged.

On this page, we aim to compile a comprehensive list of electric bike and scooter models from various manufacturers, along with their specifications and unique features.



Yatri Motorcycles, a Nepali brand, has launched two electric bikes, Project Zero and Project One, with the aim of revolutionizing urban transportation. These e-bikes combine style, performance, and high-end features. The Yatri P1 is the most affordable Yatri e-bike in Nepal, while the Yatri P0 is the most expensive electric bike in Nepal. Here is a list of Yatri motorcycle prices in Nepal:

Yatri Motorcycle Models Price in Nepal Yatri Project Zero Rs. 19,49,000 Yatri Project One Rs. 4,95,000 – Rs. 5,44,900


Niu, an electric scooter brand, has been available in the Nepali market since 2017. It’s a suitable option for those seeking a long-distance electric scooter, as it has the feature of double battery, allowing it to cover almost twice the distance of other electric scooters.

The battery takes 6 to 7 hours to charge and comes with a two-year warranty from the manufacturer. In Nepal, the price ranges from Rs 145,000 to Rs 445,000.

Here are the different models of Niu Electric Scooters and their prices in Nepalese rupees:

  • NIU GOVA-03: Rs 2,55,000
  • NIU MQi+: Rs 2,55,000
  • NIU NQi+: Rs 3,10,000 (Gloss), Rs 3,15,000 (Matte)
  • NIU N-Series: Rs 3,10,000
  • NIU N-GT: Rs 4,45,000
  • NIU UQIM (UM SPORT): Rs 1,45,000


Kaliber Auto is one of the few companies in Nepal selling Doohan e-scooters, including the electric three-wheeler. Doohan has four electric vehicles available, including two three-wheeled scooters. These three-wheelers can be ridden by anyone on a regular basis, not just the elderly or individuals with disabilities.

The range of Doohan’s scooters is between 70 to 100 kilometers, with a top speed of 70 kilometers per hour, depending on the battery of the scooter.

Doohan’s models and prices in Nepalese rupees are as follows:

  • iDou: Rs 1,59,900
  • iTank: Rs 3,59,900
  • iTango: Rs 2,89,900
  • E-Swan: Rs 2,31,900
  • Uranus: Rs 3,21,900

Doohan has also introduced a new, affordable electric scooter called the Idou in the Nepali market, which will be unveiled in a week’s time by the official distributor, Kaliber Auto. The price of this scooter is set at Rs 160,000.

The Idou is powered by a 48-volt, 46-amp-hour battery, with a motor power of 350 watts. Its battery can be fully charged in 5 hours and has a range of 25 kilometers. This scooter has a maximum speed of 35 kilometers per hour, with disc brakes on both wheels and e-AVS features.

The new scooter also has a full LED light and an LCD digital display. It seems suitable for riders who want to travel short distances.

Hero Electric

Hero Electric has recently launched three electric two-wheeler models in Nepal through their official distributor, Laxmi e-Mobility. These models include the Photon HX priced at Rs 249,600, NYX HX priced at Rs 284,600, and the Optima HX priced at Rs 29,600 for the single battery version and Rs 39,600 for the double battery version. The scooters have a maximum speed of 45kmph, but their low speed advantage provides a range of 82-165 kilometers. The charging time for these scooters is between four and five hours. The showroom for these electric vehicles is located in Tripureshwor, Kathmandu and the company plans to expand their dealer network across Nepal in the near future.

Hero Electric has introduced three models of electric scooters in Nepal, which are now available through its official distributor Laxmi e-Mobility. The models include the Photon HX, NYX HX, and Optima HX, with prices ranging from Rs 2,09,600 to Rs 3,09,600.

The Photon HX features a 72-volt / 26-ampere-hour lithium-ion battery and a 1,200-watt DC motor, providing a range of 108 kilometers on a single charge. It takes 5 hours to fully charge the scooter, which has a maximum speed of 45 kilometers per hour and a regenerative braking system.

The NYX HX is equipped with two lithium-ion batteries of 51.2 volts / 30 amp hours and a 600 watt BLDC motor, which can provide a range of 165 kilometers on a single charge. The scooter takes 4 to 5 hours to fully charge and has a maximum speed of 42 kilometers per hour, along with a regenerative braking system.

The Optima HX is available in both single and dual battery options, with a 52.12 volts / 30 amps battery and a 550-watt BLDC motor with a peak power of 1,200 watts. The company claims that the single battery provides a range of 82 kilometers, while the dual battery can provide a range of 122 kilometers on a single charge. It takes 4 to 5 hours to fully charge the scooter, which has a maximum speed of 42 kilometers per hour and a regenerative braking system.

Pure EV

Pure EV offers affordable electric two-wheelers with long ranges and a top speed of 60 kilometers per hour. The brand has two available variants with the same features but different designs: the Etrance Neo and the ePluto 7G. In addition, they recently launched a new motorcycle model called the Etryst 350, which has a sleek design resembling a petrol-powered motorcycle.

The Etryst 350 has a 3.5 kW lithium-ion battery pack and a 3.0 VLDC motor hub, providing a maximum power of 4.0 kW, torque of 60 Nm, and a top speed of 85 kmph. The motorcycle can be fully charged in 6 hours using an 84-volt charger and has a range of up to 140 kilometers, according to the company’s claims.

The Etryst 350 can be driven in 3 different modes and can climb up to 16 degrees with a ground clearance of 198 mm. Both wheels have tubeless and disc brakes, and the motorcycle can be started remotely with hydraulic dual suspension on both front and rear. Weighing 120 kg, the bike is claimed to carry a load of up to 160 kg. The price of the Etryst 350 in the Nepali market is set at Rs 399,900.

The authorized dealer of PureEV brand in Nepal, White Lotus Motors, is responsible for bringing these electric vehicles to the Nepali market.


Recently, I Hub Pvt Ltd, the authorized distributor of Segway scooters, launched a Segway go-kart and two electric scooters in the Nepali market. These scooters have a range of 60 to 110 kilometers on a single charge, and it takes five to eight hours to fully charge them. The top speed of these scooters is 58 kilometers per hour on the highway.

Currently, Segway offers five models in Nepal, including the Segway Ninebot E100, Segway Ninebot E110L, Segway Ninebot E125, Segway Ninebot GoKart Pro, and Segway Ninebot N100, which has a range of 105 kilometers. The prices for these models range from Rs 2,60,000 to Rs 3,90,000.


Kuzu Nepal Pvt. Ltd., the authorized distributor of Yadea scooters in Nepal, has introduced the first-ever Yadea e-scooters in the country. The official launch includes three Yadea e-scooters: the Yadea C1S, the Yadea G5, and the Yadea S-Like.

Currently, Kuzu Nepal is offering four different scooter models. The S-Like is the most affordable model with a new price of Rs. 230,000, reduced by Rs. 15,000. The Yadea G5 and C1S scooters are the most popular models, with a price of Rs. 333,000 and Rs. 350,000 respectively. The price of both these models has been reduced by Rs. 15,000.

Additionally, the company is also selling the S-Like Delivery model, which is specifically targeted at delivery customers and is priced at Rs. 3,10,000.

Yadea’s e-scooters have a range of 60 to 100 kilometers on a single charge.

The prices of Yadea Electric Scooters in Nepal are as follows:

Yadea Electric Scooters Models Price Rs. Yadea S-Like Rs 2,30,000 Yadea S-Like Delivery Rs 3,10,000 Yadea G5 Rs 3,30,000 Yadea C1S Rs 3,50,000


Komaki EV, an Indian electric two-wheeler brand, has recently entered the Nepali market with its retro-styled electric scooters that offer a range of features. It takes four to five hours to fully recharge the scooters, which have a top speed of 85 kmph. The scooters have various useful features such as reverse assist, re-gen braking, cruise control, and a mobile charging port.

Currently, Komaki has three scooter models and a cruiser-styled bike for sale in Nepal. Unity Trading Concern, Nepal’s official dealer for Komaki, has recently launched a cruiser electric bike called the Ranger, which has a 4,000 watt motor, an 80 ampere controller, and a 72 volt 50 mAh lithium ion battery. The bike can cover a distance of 150 to 180 kilometers on a full charge, which takes five to six hours to complete. It has features like double disc brakes, regenerative braking system, remote locking facility, self-diagnosis, telescope shock absorber, anti-theft lock, upright riding position, passenger seat, saddlebags, fork-mounted fairing, and side-stand sensor. The bike is available in various modes including Eco, Comfort, Sports, and Turbo and comes in black, red, and blue colors. The price of the Komaki Ranger bike in Nepal is Rs 435,000.


SuperSoco, an electric two-wheeler brand, offers some of the best electric scooters and bikes in Nepal. One of their best-looking scooters is the CPx, which has a sturdy construction, an eye-catching design, and several handy features for its riders. The range of these electric two-wheelers varies from 56 to 137 kilometers, and the top speed of some models is as high as 95kmph, making it a rare feature in the industry.

The following are the SuperSoco models that are currently available in Nepal, along with their prices:

SuperSoco Electric Scooters and Bikes Models Price Rs. CU Mini Rs 1,79,900 CUx Rs 2,49,900 (Standard color) Rs 2,59,900 (Luxury colors) TSx Rs 2,85,900 (Single battery) Rs 3,69,000 (Double battery) TS Street Hunter Rs. 3,79,900 (Single Battery) Rs. 4,78,900 (Double Battery) TC Rs 2,95,900 (Single battery – 80km) Rs 3,89,000 (Double battery – 160km) TC Wanderer Rs 3,89,000 (Single battery – 100km) Rs 4,89,900 (Double battery – 200km) TC Max Rs 4,89,900 CPx Rs 4,59,900 (Single battery) Rs 5,89,900 (Double battery)


Yoma Ma E Motors, in addition to TailG electric scooters, also offers Genius brand of electric bikes and scooters in Nepal. The company has been selling these products for the past few years and currently offers 7 different models of electric bikes and 2 models of electric scooters under the Genius brand in the Nepali market.

The electric bike models offered by the company include XY-34, XY-54, W-34, W-54, X-34, X-54, and P-34. The prices of these electric bikes are as follows:

Genius Electric Bikes Models Price in Nepal XY-34 (3000 Watt) Rs. 2,78,000 XY-54(5000 Watt) Rs. 3,78,000 W-34(3000 Watt) Rs. 2,78,000 W-54(5000 Watt) Rs. 3,78,000 X-34(3000 Watt) Rs. 2,78,000 X-54(5000 Watt) Rs. 3,78,000 P-34(3000 Watt) Rs. 2,78,000

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