Miku electric bikes to be introduced in Nepal

Kaliber Auto Pvt. Ltd is all set to introduce a new electric two-wheeler brand in Nepal: the Miku. The company will launch two electric Bikes: the Max and the Super.

Get to know the e-scooters:


Unlike other conventional EV scooters, the Miku e-bikes get a unique C-shaped body frame, which leaves a hollow space under the seat that functions as a storage space. 

In terms of seating, the Max offers a single seat and the Super accommodates pillion riders as well–it comes with grab rails on the rear. Both e-bikes get LED headlights, indicators, and an LED tail light. 

Battery and performance

The Max is powered by a 1.2 kWh battery paired with a Bosch motor that delivers a power of 800 watts. The battery takes 4 hours to charge fully, and on a full charge, the e-scooter provides 60 km of range. It can speed up to 45 kmph. Furthermore, the e-bikes comes with a single seat.

The Super comes equipped with two bigger batteries: a 1.4 kWh one, which is paired with a Bosch motor that generates 3000 watt of power. The e-scooter accommodates two persons and can speed up to 80 kmph. The e-scooter takes up  to 4 hours to charge fully, and on a single charge, it provides a range of 135 km.


Both e-bikes come equipped with a four-inch digital instrument cluster that displays the power, speed, range, and bluetooth connection, among others. Other notable features are 5.7l front storage, three-speed mode, cruise control, USB charging port, LED box lamp, hydraulic suspension, and combined braking system.


Miku modelsMaxSuper
Power (W)8003000
Battery 1.2 kWh1.4 kWh (double)
Battery typeLithium battery (portable)Lithium battery (portable)
Top speed (kmph)4580
Range (km)60 135
Charging time 4 hours4 hours
Braking typeDiscDisc with CBS
Seating capacity1 person2 persons
Maximum load capacity (kg)100150

MIKU bikes price in Nepal

Miku modelsPrice in Nepal
MaxRs. 2,25,000
SuperRs. 3,96,900

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