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Vmoto E-Max 90s

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E Max 90S 85
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E-max-90s-6 85
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BatteryGel
Range40 km (45 km/h)
60 km (25 km/h)
Charge Time3-4 hours
Power3.9 kW (5.2 hp)
PriceNZ$5.356ยข
made in Australia  

Specifications

BrandVmoto
ModelE-Max 90S
Speed25 and 45 km/h
Power3.9 kW (5.2 hp)
Weight155 kg
BatteryGel
Battery Life300 cyclesโ„น
Range40 km (45 km/h)
60 km (25 km/h)
Charge Time3-4 hours
 

The E-Max 90s is an electric scooter from the Australian company Vmoto, one of the first pioneers in electric scooters with a production capacity of 300,000 scooters per year. The company is represented by more than 28 distributors in 27 countries in the geographic regions of Asia Pacific, Europe, North America, South America and South Africa.

The scooter has a powerful 4,000 watt in-wheel electric motor.

The scooter has a 40Ah Silicone battery for a range of 40 to 60km. The charge time is 2 to 4 hours.

 

2020 Vmoto models

E-Max VT-120LD+20170616145518901 100
NZ$7.382
LiFePo4 (LFP)
150 km
E-Max VT-100LD20170616145518901 100
NZ$6.561
LiFePo4 (LFP)
80 km
E-Max 120LVmoto E-Max 120L 100
NZ$5.723
LiFePo4 (LFP)
90 km
E-Max 90Se-max-90s-09 100
NZ$5.356
Gel
40-60 km
City 80Lemax-city-80l-2010-5 100
NZ$3.577
LiFePo4 (LFP)
70 km
City 80Sa221cf6592edb7ea83b28d7fc565bfb2_l 100
NZ$2.683
Gel
60 km
 

Sales Department

Vmoto Ltd.
Suite 5, 62 Ord Street
West Perth, Western Australia 6005
Australia

Phone: +61 8 9226 3865
Sales: +86 187 5207 9789
Email: info@vmoto.com

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