The current rise in petrol and diesel prices, as well as the fear of running out of fossil fuels in the future, are forcing us to opt for petrol and diesel vehicles. New electric cars have come in the market as an alternative. Although the performance of electric vehicles is very good, the lack of charging stations in the Indian market is making the customer think while buying. To get rid of this problem, the Indian government has announced to increase the number of electric car charging stations. There are plans to install at least one electric car charging kiosk at about 69,000 petrol pumps across the country.
At a meeting on electric car charging systems, Power Minister RK Singh presented an order to a high-ranking department of the Ministry of Petroleum to install at least one electric car charging kisk at the petrol pumps of petroleum marketing companies. This applies to all COCO petrol pumps in the country.
Consumers will definitely focus on buying electric cars if all petrol pumps in the country have electric car charging system. In addition, as the number of electric vehicles in the country increases, so will the cost of fossil fuels, as well as the level of pollution. The use of electric vehicles has already begun to be widely used abroad to prevent environmental pollution. Soon consumers in India will have to think about buying an electric car.
According to the new guidelines, all petrol pumps in the country will have at least one electric car charge system. According to that calculation, customers will be able to charge their electric vehicles at about 69,000 petrol pumps across the country. Although there is an incentive among consumers to buy electric cars at present, very few customers buy cars due to lack of charging stations. But if the government fixes the problem of car charging, it is expected that many people will show interest in buying electric cars. Because we all know that electric car is our future.
You can buy these super bikes absolutely cheap, it will help you to survive from Corona
Coronavirus pandemic situation All the countrymen have been under house arrest for the last 6 months. But now that the unlock process has been introduced in the states, people have to go out of the house for their own work while maintaining as much social distance as possible. Maintaining social distance is now the only way to escape the corona outbreak. But for those who travel by public transport, it is becoming difficult for them to maintain social distance. To solve this problem most people are buying bikes within their means. If you want to buy a bike right now, you must read the report in its entirety.
1) Hero Xtreme 200R:
The Hero Xtreme 200R is currently available at the lowest price in the 200cc segment. This bike has 199.8 cc air cooled, 4 stroke, single cylinder engine. The bike's engine can produce 16.4 PS of power at 6000 rpm and 16.1 Nm of torque at 7500 rpm. Its gearbox is a 5-speed manual transmission. The top speed of the bike is 115 km per hour. The bike takes 14.9 seconds to go from 0-100. The ex-showroom price of this bike is around Rs.
2) Suzuki Gixxer 155:
Suzuki Gixxer 155 bike has BS6 155 cc single cylinder, 4 stroke, air cooled, SOHC, FI engine. This engine can produce 13.6 PS of power at 6000 rpm and 13.7 Nm of torque at 6000 rpm. Its gearbox is a 5-speed manual transmission. The bike has a single channel ABS system for braking. The bike will also have a state-of-the-art digital instrumental panel. The top speed of the bike is 115 km per hour. The bike takes 11.9 seconds to go from 0-100. The ex-showroom price of this bike is around Rs 1.1 lakh.
3) TVS Apache RTR 160 4V:
About the engine of the Apache RTR 200 4V bike. This bike is powered by a 197.75 cc single cylinder, 4 stroke engine. The engine can produce 20.5 PS of power at 6500 rpm. The company also said that the bike uses ‘RT-Fi’ technology for fuel injection which will give more mileage as well as emit clean smoke. In addition to the great engine, the bike has been given a very high quality braking system and some sophisticated technology for safety. This bike has the new Glide Through Technology Plus feature, which allows you to change the first and second gears without the clutch lever. For this, the driver will not have any difficulty in riding the bike in the traffic jam. Also in other variants of the bike, it has dual channel ABS braking system with RLP control and RT slipper clutch. The RLP control prevents the rear wheel from getting up when the brakes are applied suddenly and the RT slipper clutch prevents the rear wheel from getting locked. The top speed of the bike is 115 kmph and it goes from 0-100 in just 16 seconds. The ex-showroom price of this bike is Rs 1.2 lakh.
4) Yamaha FZ S V3:
The Yamaha FZ S V3 bike is packed with various sophisticated specifications. This bike has 149 cc air cooled, 2 valve, single cylinder engine. The bike can produce 12.4 PS of power at 6250 rpm and 13.7 Nm of torque at 5500 rpm. Its gearbox is a 5 speed manual transmission. The bike has a single channel ABS system for braking. The bike will also feature state-of-the-art digital LCD instrumental panels. The ex-showroom price of this bike is Tk 1.05 lakh.
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