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Yamaha EC-03

Yamaha EC-03 electric scooter
Yamaha EC-03 electric scooter 85
Yamaha EC-03 electric scooter 85
Yamaha EC-03 electric scooter 85
Yamaha EC-03 electric scooter 85
Yamaha EC-03 electric scooter 85
Yamaha EC-03 electric scooter 85
Yamaha EC-03 electric scooter 85
Yamaha EC-03 electric scooter 85
BatteryLiFePo4 (LFP)
Range43 km
Charge Time7 hours
Power600 watt (0.8 hp)
Price$2.800
made in Japan  

Specifications

BrandYamaha
ModelEC-03
Speed25 and 45 km/h
Power600 watt (0.8 hp)
Weight56 kg
BatteryLiFePo4 (LFP)
Battery Life600 cycles
Range43 km
Charge Time7 hours
 

The EC-03 is an electric scooter from the famous Japanese brand Yamaha. Yamaha is one of the largest manufacturers of motorcycles in the world.

The EC-03 was launched in 2010. The scooter is intended for efficient use in crowded cities. The scooter is minimalist and durable.

The scooter has a 600 watt electric motor integrated in the rear wheel for a top speed of 45km/h.

The scooter has a 15 Ah Lithium battery for a range of 43 km.

The scooter is available in many colors.

 

2020 Yamaha models

e-VinoYamaha e-Vino basket electric scooter 100
$1.988
LiFePo4 (LFP)
58 km
EC-05Yamaha EC05 electric scooter 100
$3.331
18650 Lithium
110 km
EC-03Yamaha EC-03 electric scooter 100
$2.800
LiFePo4 (LFP)
43 km
E01Yamaha E01 electric scooter 100
Unknown
2170 Lithium
Unknown
E02Yamaha E02 electric scooter 100
Unknown
2170 Lithium
Unknown
 

Sales Department

Yamaha Motor Corporation, USA
6555 Katella Avenue
Cypress, CA 90630
USA

Phone: +1 (800) 962-7926

International sales

Phone: +81 538 32 1115
Email: horien@yamaha-motor.co.jp

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