The increase in the usage of fossil fuel on a daily basis has resulted in its approaching-scarcity throughout the world. We need a sustainable alternative vehicle soon . One such big alternative is electric mopeds. Miku-Max Electric Moped is a notable example. These are sustainable, battery operated and, most importantly, pollution-free.
Model name: Miku-Max Electric Moped (EEC approved)
The Miku-Max Electric Moped is operated with a lithium battery with the capacity of 60Volt/20AH. All electric scooters are charged by plugging into ordinary wall outlets. This particular vehicle’s charger capacity is 60Volt 4.5Amp and takes 4 to 5 hours to fully charge. It is generally very low maintenance compared to a conventional motorcycle. The motor power of the scooter is 800 Watts (Bosch). It has hydraulic disc brakes in both the wheels, which provide quick braking. The brake force generated is very high and brake failure is less compared to mechanical braking. The disc brake offers efficient stopping power along with low maintenance and affordable spares. It also has tubeless tires in both front and rear wheels.
The design is modern and elegant and is cost effective considering the specification.
In case you are wondering where to recharge if you are on road, there are several public charging outlets as well. The maximum speed of this Miku-Max Electric Moped is 45km/hr(28 mph) with a driving range of 60km(37 miles). It weighs around 80-90kgs. The Miku Max comes with an ECU plus field orientated control (FOC) ECU smart controller, which offers a smooth and dynamic driving experience. In addition to such great features, this scooter is available in several attractive colours as well.
Needless to say, this electric scooter is cheaper than conventional motorcycles thus making them an affordable mode of transport for many people. The Miku Max is classed as an Electric Moped 50cc so requires registration with DVLA. Moreover, it is eco-friendly as they prevent noise and air pollution. In busy cities, with time being the biggest problem, these vehicles will quickly move through narrow lanes and traffic jams.