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KSR MOTO TTX

KSR MOTO TTX
KSR MOTO TTX 85
KSR MOTO TTX 85
KSR MOTO TTX 85
KSR MOTO TTX 85
KSR MOTO TTX 85
KSR MOTO TTX 85
BatteryGel
Range43 miles
Charge Time8 hours
Power2 kW (2.7 hp)
Price$1.882Β’
made in Austria  

Specifications

BrandKSR MOTO
ModelTTX
Speed15 and 31 mph
Power2 kW (2.7 hp)
Weight276 lbs
BatteryGel
Range43 miles
Charge Time8 hours
 

KSR MOTO is a well known scooter and cross motorcycle brand from Austria. The TTX is the first electric scooter from the brand.

The scooter has all-terrain mudguards and cross tires enabling it to go off-road.

The scooter is equipped with two adjustable gas shock absorbers and front and rear disc brakes.

The scooter has a powerful 2000 watt in-wheel electric motor. The Silicone Gel batteries offer a range of 43 miles with a charging time of 8 hours.

The electric scooter KSR TTX is available in the colors white or black. The scooter can be ordered with larger rims and regular road tires.

The trunk of the scooter can accommodate a helmet.

 

2020 KSR MOTO models

VionisKSR MOTO Vionis 100
$2.353
LiFePo4 (LFP)
34 miles
TTXKSR MOTO TTX 100
$1.882
Gel
43 miles
 

Sales Department

KSR Group GmbH
Gewerbeparkstraße 11
A-3500 Krems
Austria

Phone: +43 2735 73700
Email: office@ksr-group.com

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