TVS Recall Alert: iQube E-Scooters Under Inspection for Ride Safety! Find Out Why

TVS Motor Company has issued a recall for certain iQube electric scooters. These scooters were made between July 10, 2023, and September 9, 2023. TVS explained that the recall is for a “proactive inspection” of the bridge tube in the scooters to ensure they maintain good ride handling over time.

If any issues are found during the inspection, TVS will fix them for free. The company or its dealers will contact the affected customers directly.


Recently, TVS launched a new version of the iQube priced at Rs 94,999. The iQube now has three models: iQube, iQube S, and iQube ST, with a total of five variants: TVS iQube 2.2kWh, TVS iQube S 3.4 kWh, TVS iQube ST 3.4 kWh, TVS iQube 3.4 kWh, and TVS iQube 5.1 kWh ST.

Performance and Features

The iQube 2.2kWh variant offers a 75 km range and a top speed of 75 km/h. The 3.4 kWh battery model provides a 100 km range and a top speed of 78 km/h. The top model, with a 5.1 kWh battery, offers a 150 km range and a top speed of 82 km/h.

The 5.1kWh battery variant, the largest capacity option, starts at Rs 1.85 lakh (Bengaluru ex-showroom) and comes with a 950W charger that takes 4 hours and 18 minutes to charge from 0 to 80%, giving a range of 150 km.

The 3.4kWh battery variant costs Rs 1.56 lakh (Bengaluru ex-showroom) and also comes with a 950W charger. It charges to 80% in 2 hours and 50 minutes and offers a range of 100 km. It features a 7-inch full-color TFT touchscreen, voice assist, Alexa skill set, tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS), digital document storage, 32 litres of under-seat storage space, and a top speed of 78 km/h.

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