Watch out for the Yatri P-1 | Pre-booking open at Rs 10,000

Yatri Motorcycles has opened the pre-booking for their most anticipated dual-sport e-bike–the Project One (P-1)–in Nepal, at Rs 10,000. The company now offers a wide range of colour options to choose from: 10 body-paints, two seat trims, and three suspension-finishes.

Furthermore, the company offers three packs regarding the bike’s power, braking, and mechanical-start mechanism.

The P1’s base variant comes with 72T rear sprockets. By adding Rs 11,800, customers can get a bigger 80T rear, which enables the bike to go from 0-60 kmph in less than 3 seconds.

As for braking, the base variant gets a 240mm disc rotor that allows the bike to decelerate from 60 to 0 kmph at a braking distance of 25 metres. Similarly, the upgraded variant (upon adding Rs 12,000) comes with a 320mm front-disc rotor: this bigger rotor allows for an even shorter braking distance. 

Also, the bike comes with a digital startup pack that features a classic mechanical key on/off key as standard. And by adding Rs 18,700, customers can have the bike come with a contact-free digital on/off key.

In addition, Yatri offers the bike in monthly instalments at a total price of Rs 5,06,800. To avail of this facility, buyers can put down a downpayment–starting from Rs 1,26,700 to Rs 3,80,100–and the calculated EMI is paid at a 7.99% rate of interest over a period of either 12 or 18 or 24 months.

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The P-1 has a futuristic appearance, and has a sleek design and a rather classy look. The bike features a round-shaped LED headlamp with DRLs, and rear LED tail lamps. 


The bike comes powered by a 3.0 kWh lithium-ion battery that generates a power of 14 kW and a torque of 480 Nm. The bike can go from 0-60 kmph within 3 seconds and can speed up to 100 kmph.

As for the charging, the bike can be fully charged within 2 hours via a home charging outlet and via a fast charger, it only takes 40 minutes to go from 0-80%.

Features and connectivity 

The P1 comes with a minimalist designed digital cluster that features on-board 4G network and bluetooth. Furthermore, the bike can be connected to a mobile app that provides features such as anti-theft with on-board GPS, charging status, fast charger availability and route planning, on-demand servicing appointment, and roadside assistance.

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Battery 3.0 kWh
Battery typeLithium manganese oxide
Max. power (kW)14
Max. torque(Nm)480
Top speed (kmph)100 
Range (km)110 
Charging time Home charge: 2 hours (100% SoC)Fast charge: 40 mins (80% SoC)
Battery warranty5-years warranty
Braking typeFront: 249mm disc rotor (standard)Rear: disc
Seat height (mm)735 (approximately)
Kerb weight (Kg)110
Ground clearance (mm)270

Yatri P1 Price in Nepal

Yatri motorcyclesPrice in Nepal
Yatri P1Rs 4.95 lakh 

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