Electric Scooter Goes 45 MPH and Up To 45 Miles Without a Recharge

by Rob on March 24, 2008

I travel about 4 miles round trip each day to and from the subway. It costs me $4 a day to park my car there, and the short trip is just murder on the engine. I’ve been giving a lot of thought lately to buying an electric scooter to make the trip, weather permitting. It would have much less impact on the environment and would save me $4 a day. My research brought me to the EVT Z-20. Here are the specs:

Category: Electric Powered Motorcycle
Body: Aerodynamic
Top Speed: 45 Miles per Hour (72.42 KPH)*
Range: 30 to 45 Miles (48 to 72 Km) W/out Recharging
Motor: 2500-Watts 60-Volt Brushless Hub Motor
Electric consumption per complete charge: 1.8 – 2.2 KWh
Noise level: Silent
Emission: Zero
Contaminants: Zero

The cost is $2,499 plus shipping.

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Lauren March 24, 2008 at 1:14 pm

Zola Goods, a new website for one stop energy saving and “green” products, also contains great products to save energy and save money in the long run!


doris July 4, 2009 at 11:36 pm

do you have a scooter that is electric,foldable,goes to 45mph without charge,worth $100,and kid ages to ride from 12and up


Rob August 8, 2009 at 7:53 am

doris, that’s a tall order, but I think you might find what you are looking for on eBay. You can check out the available electric, foldable scooters by clicking here.


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