Aiming at an electric scooter at the end of 2019 makes sense, it has become economically sustainable thanks to the incentives and also allows you to save money in the long run.
The Askoll eS3 Evolution boasts a power of 2,700W and is capable of reaching a top speed of 65 km / h. Askoll certainly does not aim to provide the fastest or most responsive scooter on the market, although good acceleration is intrinsic to its electric core and has a torque of 130 Nm.
Having two 2,820 Wh batteries charged (about 7.6 kg each), in addition to providing maximum power, it allows you to cover up to 80-85 real kilometers in the city. You can charge the 2 Lithium-ion batteries of the eS3 from any power socket. It’s easy: recharge them directly on the scooter, or take them out of the compartment under the saddle and connect them to the battery charger. A full recharge takes about 3 hours. To recharge from 0 to 100% you will spend about 45 euro cents.
But be careful, all provided that the two batteries are connected and have a similar level of charge, otherwise you will travel at limited power. In fact, if the charge gap between the two exceeds 20%, the performance is almost halved, both in acceleration and at maximum speed.
Both wheels are 16-inch and we have dual-compound tires as standard, an important detail that certainly reduces tire wear and improves grip. The front has a disc brake with a CBS system and a hydraulic shock absorber.
The two-seater saddle allows you to carry even a passenger without any problem.
The Askoll eS3 is a lean and agile scooter that combines well with city needs, you can drive with a B license and also have all the advantages of an electric vehicle.
To improve the driving experience there is also the new digital display that provides much more information.
The new Askoll eS3 is for sale at 3,990 euros.
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