Komaki set to launch the Ranger electric cruiser bike in Nepal

After debuting with the Venice and the SE in January, Komaki Electric is all set to launch its new electric cruiser motorcycle–the Ranger–in Nepal. The Ranger will be Nepal’s first electric cruiser bike, and it comes at an introductory price of Rs 4.35 lakh. 

Unity Trading Concern Pvt. Ltd, the official importer of Komaki electric vehicles in Nepal, has opened pre-bookings with special offers for the first 10 bookings.


The Komaki Ranger comes with a typical cruiser design with shiny chrome garnished retro-themed round LED headlamps, dual chrome round-shaped auxiliary lamps, and side indicators. The bike also gets wide handlebars, and a single-pod instrument cluster with a self-diagnosis feature.

Other external features include a front body-guard, rear protection guard, dual driver-passenger footrest, dual storage box, rear back-rest, and dual sound pipes with flame effect.


The bike comes with a plethora of  features such as cruise control, reverse assist, mobile charging unit, bluetooth with sound system, anti-theft lock system, and side-stand sensor.

Furthermore, the bike comes with three modes: Eco, Comfort, Sport, and Turbo.

Battery and specifications 

The bike comes with a 72V 50AH lithium battery–paired with a BLDC motor–that generates 4000 watts of power. It takes 5-6 hours to charge fully and provides a range between 150-180 km on a single charge.

The bike gets hydraulic telescopic suspension at both the front and rear. As for braking, the bike gets disc brakes with a Combined Braking System (CBS).

Motor Permanent magnet, brushless motor
Power (W)4000
Battery 72V 50AH
Battery typelithium battery
Range (km)150-180
Charging time 5-6 hours
Braking typeCombined Braking System (CBS)

Related : Komaki Venice and Komai SE | Price and specifications

Komaki Ranger price in Nepal

Unity Trading might launch the Komaki Ranger around the Nepali New Year. Pre-bookings have been made open. The electric cruiser bike comes in three colour options: Garnet Red, Deep Blue, and Jet Black, at an introductory price of Rs 4.35 lakh.

Komaki modelsPrice in Nepal
Komaki Ranger Rs 4.35 lakh 

Brands In Nepal: Super Soco |price and specification

Also Read : Miku Electric Bikes |Price and Specification

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