Hero Electric offers massive exchange bonus on two-wheelers: Details here
If you're running a petrol scooter that has little to no value, now is the time to get it replaced.
Hero Electric has announced a mega offer, giving customers a chance to bag huge exchange bonus on trading petrol-powered two-wheelers for its new e-bikes.
The offer comes as part of the company's effort to curb pollution in the country.
Here's all about it.
Get Rs. 6,000 over regular exchange value
Under the new offer, you can exchange your petrol scooter for a new Hero Electric bike and get Rs. 6,000 more on its exchange value.
This means if your bike has come to a point where it's unsaleable or has meager value, you can take advantage of this offer and get it out at some profit.
Also, you'll get a cleaner bike in return.
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Exchange value to be adjusted in bike's price
Do note that the final exchange value of your bike (regular value plus bonus) will be adjusted in the price of the electric bike you'll choose to purchase. The company offers a number of options, including some popular ones like E-Sprint and Photon.
Plus, you can save a lot on maintenance
With this offer, you'll not just get a better e-bike deal but also bag a chance to save as much as Rs. 70,000 on fuel and maintenance.
This is because Hero Electric's battery-powered bikes are much more economical than regular petrol bikes.
Additionally, they come with a three-year warranty, which further translates into savings.
Importantly, you'll contribute to cleaner mobility
Beyond savings, it is also worth noting that e-bikes contribute to cleaner mobility.
As per Hero, years-old bikes/scooters consume twice as much petrol as BS4 vehicles and are heavy polluters.
So, if you trade them for electric bikes you'll be basically contributing towards a cleaner environment; the company says, taking one such bike off the road is equal to planting two trees.
Most asked questions
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