Zero FXS For Sale

Zero FXS
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Current Prices: £9,500–£6,150
Insurance Costs: 5 of 10

What Is It?

The Zero FXS is a premium super moto style bike and is powered by an air-cooled Z-Force 75-5 motor, producing 44.3 bhp peak power at 4,500 rpm and 21 bhp continuous power at 4,300 rpm.

Features include:

  • Aluminium frame and swingarm
  • 320 mm disc up front with J-Juan two piston caliper
  • 240 mm disc at the rear with J-Juan single piston caliper
  • Bosch ABS system with off-mode
  • Adjustable 41 mm Showa fork with 178 mm travel
  • Adjustable 40 mm Showa rear shock with 227 mm travel
  • Power / re-gen braking modes: Eco, Sport, Custom
  • LCD dash, adjustable levers

The 7.2 kWh battery charges to 100% in a hefty 9.7 hours but it can be reduced to just 1.8 hours with the £700 quick charger and you can take advantage of the public quick charging stations or a quick charge station at home if you have one specially fitted.

For piece of mind you also get a five year warranty on the ZF7.2 Li-Ion battery but unlike the rest of the Zero range the FX models don't accept the 3.6 kWh PowerTank accessory to boost range. 

Like many of the cruisers out there the final drive is via a belt, which reduces the usual chain maintenance tasks and adds to the overall quiet package.

There's also a handy app which can connect to the bike and can be used to easily tweak all the various ride mode parameters like max speed, torque and the level of re-generative braking. Sport gives you maximum performance at the expense of range while Eco limits the top speed, drops available torque by almost half and cranks re-gen braking up to the max.

For short inner city commutes, where you can charge it at work, it sort of makes sense and it's also eligible for the current Government electric vehicle grant of £1,500. The 10-spoke 17" front wheel takes a 110/70 Pirelli Diablo Rosso II tyre and the rear a 140/70.

  • 2018: Black, white
  • 2019-2020: Grey
  • 2021: Grey/orange
Did You Know?

The "5" in the motor name refers to the size of the rotor and like most electric bikes maximum torque is available almost instantly.


Launch RRP: £10,490

Peak Power: 33.0 kW / 44.3 bhp

Continuous Power: 15.0 kW / 20.1 bhp

Top Speed: 85 mph / 137 km/h (average)

Range: 60 miles / 97 km (low)

Battery Capacity: 7.2 kWh

Fast Charge: 1.8 hours

Slow Charge: 9.7 hours

Seat Height: 836 mm / 32.9 inches (average)

Wet Weight: 133 kg / 293 pounds (light)

Power to Weight: 0.331 bhp/kg / 0.247 kW/kg

Review In A Few

What's Good?

  • Instant torque off the bat
  • Really light
  • Very cheap to re-charge
  • No fumes
  • Minimal noise

Any Downsides?

  • Cars can't hear you coming
  • Very limited range
  • Quite expensive
  • Charging time


2019: Zero have added a long term storage mode which automatically optimises the state of charge for long periods of no use.


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For Sale (16)

  • 2021 ZERO FXS ZF7.2
    £9,990 ebay
    • £410 Under Guide Price
    • 2021
    • Edinburgh(Map)
    • From Saltire Motorcycles Ltd on 0131 478 6661
  • 2020 Zero FXS
    £9,350 ebay
    • £150 Under Guide Price
    • 2020
    • Brighton(Map)
    • Last 2020 model
  • 2020 Zero FXS
    £9,350 ebay
    • £150 Under Guide Price
    • 2020
    • Brighton(Map)
    • On The Wheel Portslade
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