TVS, Ather, Vida Prices Hiked: Here’s How Much More You Need To Pay!

By:Reema Bohra
Updated On: April 10, 2024 07:41 IST
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TVS, Ather, Vida Prices Hiked: Here’s How Much More You Need To Pay!


  • New price surge due to FAME 2 subsidy end
  • Ather S variant price surged by Rs 16,000
  • TVS iQube base variant and Ather 450X 2.9kWh variant both saw a modest hike of Rs 3,000
  • Ola maintains its prices without any changes

After the FAME 2 Subsidy came to an end, manufacturers such as TVS, Vida, Bajaj, and Ather began raising the prices of their products. However, there are still manufacturers like Ola who haven't adjusted their model prices yet. Let's delve into the details of these price hikes below. Meanwhile, join our 91Wheels WhatsApp Group for all the latest automotive updates.

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TVS, Ather, Vida And Bajaj: Prices Surge By Up To Rs 16,000

Above: Bajaj Chetak Urbane
ModelOld Price (Rs)Price HikedNew Price (Rs)
Ather 450S1.10 lakh 16,000 1.26 lakh
Ather 450X 2.9kWh1.38 lakh 3,000 1.41 lakh
Ather 450X 3.7kWh1.45 lakh 10,000 1.55 lakh
Vida V1 Plus 1.15 lakh 5,000 1.20 lakh
Vida V1 Pro 1.46 lakh 4,000 1.50 lakh
TVS iQube1.34 lakh 3,000 1.37 lakh
TVS iQube S1.40 lakh 6,000 1.46 lakh
Bajaj Chetak Urbane 1.15 lakh 8,000 1.23 lakh
Bajaj Chetak Premium 1.35 lakh 12,000 1.47 lakh

The prices of several popular electric scooter models have gone up recently. The Ather S model saw the biggest increase, jumping by Rs 16,000. Following closely are the Ather 450X 3.7kWh and the Bajaj Chetak Premium, which became pricier by Rs 12,000 and Rs 10,000, respectively. The Bajaj Chetak Urbane also saw a bump of Rs 8,000. Other models from these companies have also seen hikes, though not as significant. The smallest increase was observed in the TVS iQube base variant and the Ather 450X 2.9kWh variant, both seeing a hike of around Rs 3,000.

Above: Ather 450S

It's important to note that prices can vary depending on factors like location, colour, and variant. Additionally, some states, like Delhi, still offer state govt. subsidies on electric two-wheelers, which means prices may be lower there compared to other states.

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Ola holds Off On Price Hikes Until April 15

Above: Ola S1X
ModelDiscount Price
Ola S1 ProRs 1.30 Lakh
Ola S1 AirRs 1.5 Lakh
S1X +Rs 85,000
S1X (4kWh)Rs 1.10 Lakh
S1X (3kWh) Rs 90,000
S1X (2kWh) Rs 80,000

As for manufacturers who haven't raised their prices yet, Ola is one of them. Back in February, Ola lowered the prices of its models including S1 Pro, S1 Air, and S1X. Initially, this reduction was supposed to last until the end of February, but then it got extended until March. Recently, they've pushed this deadline further to April 15th. There's a growing expectation that once this grace period ends, Ola might follow suit and adjust their prices like other manufacturers have done.


While certain manufacturers have swiftly raised prices, others are taking their time. Nevertheless, the price hike is undoubtedly causing some dissatisfaction among customers unless it falls within an acceptable range.

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