Yamaha EC-03 Scooters For Sale
What Is It?
Power is provided by an electric rear motor, producing 1.88bhp at 2,550rpm and maximum torque at just 280rpm which is basically from the off.
- Lithium-ion battery
- Drum brakes front (95mm) and back (150mm)
- Front fork with 50mm travel
- Rear shock with 55mm travel
- LCD dashboard
- Luggage hook
- Ignition key and pin code
Unfortunately the 7 hour charge time and extremely limited range may put many people off buying but if you only need to travel 5 miles to the shops/work and back each day it might be just what you are looking for.
The bike has two power modes. Run mode offers a top speed of 20 mph and Power mode ups that to 28mph at the expense of range. Performance wise it's similar to competing 50cc scooters but punchier off the line due to the almost instant torque of the electric motor.
Technically it's a 50cc moped in the UK so you'll need insurance and a helmet to ride it. The 6-spoke 12" wheels take a 60/100 tyre at the front and back. Also under the seat is a charging cable with standard UK plug so you can charge it at your destination as well.
Accessories include a luggage rack (£175), front basket (£173) and console bag (£60).
Colours: white or bronzeDid You Know?
It's also known as the ED06.
Launch RRP: £2,000
Peak Power: 0.2 kW, 0.3 bhp
Continuous Power: 0.1 kW, 0.1 bhp
Top Speed: 25 mph, 40 km/h (low)
Range: 14 miles, 23 km (low)
Battery Capacity: 5.8 kWh
Slow Charge: 0.7 hours
Seat Height: 745 mm, 29.3 inches (low)
Wet Weight: 56 kg, 123 pounds (light)
Power to Weight: 0.036 bhp/kg, 0.027 kW/kg
Review In A Few
- Torque from the get go, virtually silent running
- Limited range, no storage
Check out this video review from David Evans.
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