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    Default Chines Rechargeable Mopeds launched in Islamabad

    Before couple of days that come to my notice that a chines company is selling electric rechargeable scooters in Islamabad Blue Area.
    So i went there and have some pics also ... The reason for posting it here is to get experts decisions about this new thing.
    The Staff at outlet told me that with one recharge it will run for 70km and the max speed is 40 to 55 km .. they have four models. Starting from Rs.54500. Rs. 56000, Rs. 58000, and the most expensive one is @Rs.66000/-
    The compny name is (China & Pakistan New Energy International Co.Ltd.)and Manufacture Base is Zhejiang Changxing Yajin Machinery Co.Ltd.



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    Quote Originally Posted by r1 View Post
    is it of Qingqi?
    no dear its not qingki . they are from a company named China & Pakistan New Energy International Co.Ltd .
    waiting for the qingqi arival .

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    Sorry to say all these scooters are having chichora designs o bhai is per to jhote bache he baithange so funny but in india they are selling such nice kind of scooters.
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    good for kids

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    @umerchaudhary through my eye i see them very beautiful ... or may be the first of it's kind in Pakistan.Here we have Same shaped 70s or 125s which were in same shape since i was born.
    Item detail from the info literature
    1.Frame Material : Steel
    2. Max Load : 110 kg
    3.Motor Spec. 48V350W
    4.Max Speed: 35 km/h
    5.Range Distance : 60 km
    6.N.W / G.W: 73 kg / 78 kg
    7. Charging Time : 2-8 hours
    8.Battery Spec : 48V 12AH Lead-acid battery
    9. Electricity consumption / 100 km: 1.2 kw/h
    10. Tire Size :2.5-16" / 2.5 -16"
    11. Brake : Disc brake / Drum brake
    12.Container Laoding :35 pcs / 20' GP; 90 pcs / 40' HQ
    13. Dimention ( L x W x H ): 1800 mm x 540 mm x 1050 mm

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    They look nice

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    they r looking nyc..do they need any reg...???

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    Priced high they arent too expensive if persoanly imported. Looks low quality but still looks nice.
    Get over the fact that Xli lacks power windows, Its an Xli because it lacks thoose features or else it would be a Gli or an Altis if had all the goodies.

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    saw them today and misread 50000 as 5000
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    my personal opinion is a 50cc gasoline motor one would have been better
    Pakistan does not even have constant electric supply to charge these things
    according to load shedding it will be plugged into the wall socket for half day?
    Life is short and very unpredictable just like a Quarter mile .....

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    not bad

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    Quote Originally Posted by hash4u View Post
    my personal opinion is a 50cc gasoline motor one would have been better
    Pakistan does not even have constant electric supply to charge these things
    according to load shedding it will be plugged into the wall socket for half day?
    just 1.2kw-hr for 100km. That is very good economy. Even if it is 2kw-hr, still better than most efficient bikes on the road.

    for rs 110 worth of petrol, the best petrol bike will do maybe 50 km/liter. so that is 2.2rs/km.

    This bike consumes at diesel generator rate of producing electricity (~rs25/kw-hr) , just rs 50 for 100km, which means rs0.5/km. Although you still need battery replacement after maybe 2yr....

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    Are they road registered.
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    In China electric bikes are used as the electricity is much cheaper then petroleum and they do not pollute the air.... ( as pollution is very high in big cities...) and in China they were used to be registered as they are available in a large number.... And over their people didnt thought that they look kind of childish or ugly as they didnt have any other choice....

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigmaster View Post
    just 1.2kw-hr for 100km. That is very good economy. Even if it is 2kw-hr, still better than most efficient bikes on the road.

    for rs 110 worth of petrol, the best petrol bike will do maybe 50 km/liter. so that is 2.2rs/km.

    This bike consumes at diesel generator rate of producing electricity (~rs25/kw-hr) , just rs 50 for 100km, which means rs0.5/km. Although you still need battery replacement after maybe 2yr....

    Or you can use a 4 x 30W solar panels to charge the batteries in one day (if the battery specs are correctly mentioned). Would not cost more than 10k.

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    But in Pakistan to buy these bikes is a useless thing.... When I was I guess 8 or 7years old my father bought me a ebike (also knkwn as electric bike) used it for 6 momths then their was some problem in the back wheel some problem with the chain or something I dont rememer but as the parts were not available so the bike is still in the garage for 8 years I guess..... As were not able to get it fixed

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    Creating Awareness for these bikes to be used in PAKISTAN would be one of the toughest issue... also electricity shortage would give the user a tough time.... most of the countries where these electric vehicles are used have charge plugs available at frequent distant stops which provide them with easiness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by travelinghell View Post
    @umerchaudhary through my eye i see them very beautiful ... or may be the first of it's kind in Pakistan.Here we have Same shaped 70s or 125s which were in same shape since i was born.
    Item detail from the info literature
    1.Frame Material : Steel
    2. Max Load : 110 kg
    3.Motor Spec. 48V350W
    4.Max Speed: 35 km/h
    5.Range Distance : 60 km
    6.N.W / G.W: 73 kg / 78 kg
    7. Charging Time : 2-8 hours
    8.Battery Spec : 48V 12AH Lead-acid battery
    9. Electricity consumption / 100 km: 1.2 kw/h
    10. Tire Size :2.5-16" / 2.5 -16"
    11. Brake : Disc brake / Drum brake
    12.Container Laoding :35 pcs / 20' GP; 90 pcs / 40' HQ
    13. Dimention ( L x W x H ): 1800 mm x 540 mm x 1050 mm
    with 35 km/h top speed it is not eligible to travel on main roads

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    They are not for kids. In china only electric bikes are used and they are very economical. Different shapes in china available for ladies and gents. Minimum price here is 2200 yuan?17.5 .Name:  1401537746859.jpg
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