Komaki TN-95 vs TVS Raider

In 2024 Komaki TN-95 or TVS Raider choose which bike is best for you - compare the two electric bikes & scooters on the basis of their price, mileage, features, colours and other specs. Komaki TN-95 Price starts at Rs. 98,000 (ex-showroom price) whereas the TVS Raider Price starts at Rs. 95,219 (ex-showroom price). On the other hand, Raider engine makes power & torque 11.38 PS PS & 11.2 Nm respectively. TVS offers the Raider in 6 colours. TN-95 has a range of up to 150-180 km/charge. The Raider mileage is around 71.94 kmpl.
TN-95 vs Raider Comparison
KEY HIGHLIGHTS Tn-95 Raider
BrandKomakiTVS
Price₹ 98,000₹ 95,219
Range150-180 km/charge-
Mileage-71.94 kmpl
Battery Capacity--
Engine Capacity-124.8 cc
TransmissionAutomatic Manual
Charging Time--

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TN-95
₹98,000*
*Ex-showroom price
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Raider
Single Seat
₹95,219*
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Specification
Transmission
AutomaticManual
Starting
Push Button StartSelf Start Only
Drive Type
Hub MotorChain Drive
Range
100-180 km/charge-
Max Speed
40 kmph-
Front Brake
DiscDisc
Wheels Type
AlloyAlloy
Rear Brake
DiscDrum
Tyre Type
TubelessTubeless
Length
2020 mm2070 mm
Height
1215 mm1028 mm
Saddle Height
870 mm780 mm
Body Type
Electric Bikes-
Features
Charging at Charging Station
No-
Charging at Home
No-
Riding Modes
YesYes
Tripmeter
DigitalDigital
Charging Point
Yes-
Cruise Control
Yes-
Speedometer
DigitalDigital
Console
Digital
Additional Features
Reverse AssistintelliGO, Engine inhibitor, Helmet reminder, Side-stand engine cut-off
Mobile Connectivity
Bluetooth-
Anti Theft Alarm
Yes-
Display
YesYes
DRLs
Yes-
Tail Light
LEDLED
Turn Signal Lamp
LEDBulb
Headlight
LEDLED
Battery Type
Lithium IonMaintenance Free
Price (On-Road BreakUp)
On-Road Price
98,0001,09,408
Ex-Showroom Price
98,00095,219
RTO
07,617
Insurance
06,572
Accessories Charges
00
FastTag Charges
00
Other Charges
00
EMI
2,1062,351
Expert Rating
-
Pros and Cons
Pros
Feature loadedSmooth engineNimble handling
Cons
Busy designBraking could have been better

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