2019 EDITION MOBOT EV
– One of the only weight compliant 3-seater* family e-scooter in Singapore.
– 7AH, 10AH and 12AH battery options are available.
– Front and rear SHIMANO TOURNEY BRAKE CALIPERS.
– Rear signal and brake lights.
*The EV 2019 has been adapted to fulfil the Physical Criteria for PMDs as set by LTA. It weighs less than 20kg (without accessories) and has a top speed of 25km/h, making it LTA compliant. The 7AH and 10AH can install front kids seat and still weighs less than 20kg. The 12AH cannot install front kids seat.*
The ultimate 3 seater family e-scooter is here. EV is a classy newcomer that embodies the words practicality, safety, and comfort. Built with a comfortable 2 seater, it’s robust structure can withstand weights of up to 160kg. The scooter’s wider frame allows for an add-on child seat at the front while still ensuring enough leg room for all.
Material & Build
Built with a high tensile aluminium alloy body, EV can take-on various climate conditions such as high humidity and heat. The 14″ tires and front suspension allow the rider to ease through rougher terrains; Coupled with a wide handlebar which maximizes comfort for travelling longer distances.
Flaunting a thumb throttle with anti-thief alarm, the EV assures the safeguard of your scooter. The electronic security system acts as a deterring factor but we do of course recommend a strong physical lock when leaving your e-scooter out for long.
Range & Power
Equipped with a 48V, 240W Brushless Motor, EV can effortlessly climb slopes of up to 20°.
The 7AH battery will take you up to 15-25KM, 25-35km (10AH) and 30-40km (12AH).
The MOBOT EV 2019 3 seater family e-scooter is certainly the first choice for families.
*The EV 2019 is applicable for MOBOT Guaranteed Trade-in Program.
* Product specifications subjected to change without notice.
From 2 Jan 2019, you must register your e-scooter with Land Transport Authority (LTA).
As of 2 Jan 2019, the EV 2019 is not certified to UL2272. Therefore as stipulated by law, it can be used on Singapore’s public paths until 31 Dec 2020.
For more details, please refer to this article.