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Kymco Nice 100 EV

KYMCO
Battery
lifepo4
Range
99.4 miles
Charge Time
60 minutes
Power
1.5 kW (2 hP)
Price
$990.00
Swappable Battery
made in 🇹🇼 Taiwan
Brand
KYMCO
Battery
lifepo4
Model
Nice 100 EV
Battery Life
0 cycles
Power
1.5 kW (2 hP)
Range
99.4 miles
Speed
15.5 mph and 28 mph
Charge Time
60 minutes

The Nice 100 EV is an innovative electric scooter from the Taiwanese scooter brand Kymco, one of the biggest scooter producers in the world. The brand produced it's first electric scooter in the nineties.

The Nice 100 EV has a powerful 1,500 watt electric motor with 124 Nm torque.

The scooter provides space for 4 removable 8 Ah Lithium batteries for a maximum range of 99.4 miles. The scooter has a Lithium core-battery of 8 Ah that provides in emergency range.

The biggest innovation of the scooter is the battery charging system named Ionex. The system has as credo "never wait" (to charge) and it provides many charge options that make it possible to swap empty batteries in a few seconds, to charge a battery for free in just 1 hour using a large network of public charge locations such as restaurants, cafes and shops, to charge the scooter using a regular wall socket or to charge the batteries at home using a easy wireless charger.

While there are other innovative e-scooter startups that offer a battery swap system, Kymco has the advantage of a very big existing global dealer network, enabling it to deliver the solution in practice, also in smaller cities around the world. Kymco has been a popular scooter brand in many countries for many decades.

Kymco provides access to a big network of public charge locations such as restaurants, cafes and stores where it is possible to charge the battery for free.

The scooter provides space for 4 batteries that weigh 5kg each. The batteries have easy handles that make it easy to carry multiple batteries.

Smart scooter

The Nice 100 EV is a true smart scooter that connects to a smart phone for access to scooter applications and information such as speed and battery state.

The scooter has a phone holder with USB charge port.

The scooter is available in many colors.

American Seller

Kymco USA 5 Stan Perkins RoadSpartanburg29307🇺🇸 United States
Phone+1 888-235-3417

Manufacturer

Kwang Yang Motor Co., Ltd. No.35, Wansing St.Kaohsiung City🇹🇼 Taiwan
Phone+886 7 382 2526

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