Horwin Global to debut in Nepal with the launch of the CR6

Horwin Global, the Chinese electric two-wheeler manufacturer, is set to introduce its electric bike model–the CR6–as its first product in Nepal. Pioneer Worldwide Pvt Ltd, the official distributor of Horwin motorcycles in Nepal, might launch the CR6 at the upcoming NADA EV Expo.

Get to know more about the e-bike.

Design and features

The CR6 is a retro-styled urban commuter. The e-bike gets circular LED headlights, upright handlebars, a muscular battery compartment, and a flat unibody seat. The electric bike measures 2040 mm long, 770 mm wide, and 1120 mm tall, and its wheelbase is 1395 mm long. 

The e-bike gets a round semi-digital instrument cluster that is divided into two sections. The larger section is covered by the speedometer and a smaller digital console displays the bike’s speed, trip readout, range, battery health, charging status, and riding modes, among others.

Furthermore, the urban electric motorcycle comes with notable features such as its Field Oriented Control (FOC) unit , keyless start, riding modes, USB charging port, anti-theft protection system, and dual disc brakes with Combined Braking System (CBS).


The CR6 is powered by a 4 kWh lithium-ion battery that is capable of generating a power of 8.3 hp and a claimed torque of 260 Nm. The e-bike can speed up to 95 kmph. 

For charging, the bike comes with an in-built 1.5kW charger that takes 3 hours to charge from 0-80% via a 15A power outlet. And on a full charge, the e-bike provides a maximum range of 150 km.

Furthermore, the battery comes with a Battery Management System (BMS) that protects the battery from overload, deep discharge, over-voltage, over-heating, and short-circuits.


Motor 6.2 kW 
Maximum power (hp)8.3
Torque (Nm)260
Battery 4 kWh 
Top speed (kmph)95
Range (km)150
Charging time 0-80% in 3 hours
Ground clearance (mm)165
Seat height (mm)870
Braking systemCombined Braking System
Kerb weight (kg)138

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Horwin CR6 price in Nepal

The official distributor has not revealed the price for the Horwin CR6 in Nepal. However, fans can expect it to cost around Rs 6.75 lakh.

Horwin modelsPrice in Nepal
CR6Rs 6.75 lakh

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