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Yamaha E01

Yamaha E01 electric scooter
Battery21700 Lithium
RangeUnknown
Charge TimeUnknown
PowerUnknown
PriceUnknown
21700 Lithium
Removable battery
made in Japan  

Specifications

BrandYamaha
ModelE01
SpeedMotorcycle
PowerUnknown
Weight90 kg
Battery21700 Lithium
Battery LifeUnknown
RangeUnknown
Charge TimeUnknown
 

The E01 is an electric scooter from the famous Japanese brand Yamaha. Yamaha is one of the largest manufacturers of motorcycles in the world.

 

2021 Yamaha models

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E01Yamaha E01 electric scooter 100
Unknown
21700 Lithium
Unknown
E02Yamaha E02 electric scooter 100
Unknown
21700 Lithium
Unknown
 

Distributor

Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd
2500 Shingai
Iwata, Shizuoka
Japan

Phone: +81 538 32 1115
Email: horien@yamaha-motor.co.jp

Warning Some models may not yet be available in New Zealand. Contact a local Yamaha dealer for information.
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