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    Exclamation Introducing Electric motorcycles in Pakistan.

    Introducing Electric motorcycles in Pakistan -1499569Introducing Electric motorcycles in Pakistan -1499570

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    TAZ Trading in its latest venture is introducing Electric motorcycles in Pakistan. TAZ Trading has been in the automobile industry for the past 4 decades.E Bikes run on electricity (rechargeable) and are environment friendly. E Bikes go up to speeds of 60 km/hr and does ~70km/Unit of charge (As per K Electric?s Energy Conservation Department?s analysis). Prices range from Rs. 83,000-96,000 and these bikes help reduce running cost by more than 90%. This has resulted in them becoming the fastest growing medium of transport in Asia.

    According to the World Bank and WHO pollution causes 170,000 deaths in Pakistan and losses of $369 Million annually. Combustion engine vehicles are the major cause of pollution in Pakistan and two wheelers contribute significantly to this as 48% of the individuals use this medium to travel in our country.


    We foresee E Bikes replacing combustion engine motorcycles in Pakistan within the next 5 years as Electric Bikes can go 9km for the same amount of money that a combustion engine two wheeler goes 1 km on. This is the future!


    We would like for your organisation to partner with us to promote these environment friendly vehicles by partnering with us to replace your fleet of combustion engine two wheelers.


    For more information you can contact us at


    Email:
    athar.khan@taztrading.com


    Website:
    www.ebikepakistan.com


    Facebook:
    www.facebook.com/ebikepakistan


    You can also check out our article on one of the leading newspapers in Pakistan
    http://tribune.com.pk/story/781414/taking-the-road-ahead-on-ebikes/


    We look forward to hearing from you.



    Press Release:
    With this email, I would like to invite you to the launch of Pakistan's first electric bike. The official launch and test drive of E Bike is scheduled for November 9th (Sunday) at 4 p.m. outside McDonalds, Sea View, Karachi.

    For confirmation and further queries please feel free to contact Athar on 0302-8225548.



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    Bhai price kam kero....bohot mehengi ha

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    Quote Originally Posted by saadmubeen View Post
    Bhai price kam kero....bohot mehengi ha
    Want them for free? Whats so mind boggling about the price? Can you quote any competitors selling for lower? Ya bas ye nara lagana ata hai "bhai price kam karo".
    @vickytulla waqar bhai do you think these are a viable solution for the masses? Not even 1kW of power

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    Looks like an expensive toy to me,
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    These kind of bikes are made for females. is it correct?
    A Good Long Ride Can Clear Your Mind, Restore Your Faith, And Use Up A lot Of Fuel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CkPiRkAnI View Post
    These kind of bikes are made for females. is it correct?
    Pretty sure the bikes won't mind if a male rides them :p

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    Quote Originally Posted by ammarzahid View Post
    Want them for free? Whats so mind boggling about the price? Can you quote any competitors selling for lower? Ya bas ye nara lagana ata hai "bhai price kam karo".
    @vickytulla waqar bhai do you think these are a viable solution for the masses? Not even 1kW of power

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    Bhai dil per met lo. I saw these bikes on sea view McDonald. They were just like plastic shosha toys. Nothing else.

    Aur mein Nara nahee laga raha, demand ker Raha Hoon..

    Aur ager free mein miljae to KIA baat ha .

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    build quality is not good ...rest a good intro into market..atleast it can spark a competition which is good for end users
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    I remember my father imported an Electric scooter for me around 7 years back from Dubai, it costed around 8000pkr at that time!! Top speed was 60km/h, full electric, it was really a nice vehicle for the teenagers.

    I'll check i might have a broucher of it somewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by usmanulamin View Post
    I remember my father imported an Electric scooter for me around 7 years back from Dubai, it costed around 8000pkr at that time!! Top speed was 60km/h, full electric, it was really a nice vehicle for the teenagers.

    I'll check i might have a broucher of it somewhere.
    only 8000 what??or 80000pkr

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    everyone desires to earn money..but not this much.. in china i know the price of these electric bikes...and its price is triple the price what ur asking ......demand way high...it should not be more than 25000 rs........
    实事求是

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    the middle one is usually ladies choice.....
    实事求是

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    BTW, price sounds pretty reasonable provided they've good build quality and motor... And lets not forget E-Bikes doesn't need oil/air/fuel filters, engine oil, seals, gaskits, tuning, valve clearance etc etc. Just recharge and go... They rarely need any major maintenance. My only concern would be range...
    My few questions:
    How far this thing goes per charge?
    How much time it takes to charge up the battery to 100%?
    What kind of battery does these scoots use? Acid or dry?
    What about maintenance schedule?
    Can anyone shed some light? Thanks.

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    nope. but I hope they continue researching in this area..

    Quote Originally Posted by ammarzahid View Post
    Want them for free? Whats so mind boggling about the price? Can you quote any competitors selling for lower? Ya bas ye nara lagana ata hai "bhai price kam karo".
    @vickytulla waqar bhai do you think these are a viable solution for the masses? Not even 1kW of power

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    Is this belong to you if yes share more details... Interested

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    The given price and availability of spares does not match. It will count for luxury product with that price, the life of this product is also a question mark where one would like think long term fuel expense saving, its electronic product which has always a biased limited after sale warranty (which is if any? not mentioned yet, would like to know about warrantee? is it with the package sir?) and also would like to know if battery dies then any alternate source is possible? like paddling to bicycle it?

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    The given price and availability of spares does not match. It will count for luxury product with that price, the life of this product is also a question mark where one would like think long term fuel expense saving, its electronic product which has always a biased limited after sale warranty (which is if any? not mentioned yet, would like to know about warrantee? is it with the package sir?) and also would like to know if battery dies then any alternate source is possible? like paddling to bicycle it?

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    Hi, has anyone compared these with Guard e-Bikes?
    http://www.guardgroup.pk/gev/bikes.html
    Some of Guard models have 1000W motor. I have no idea of price though...

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    BTW, price sounds pretty reasonable provided they've good build quality and motor... And lets not forget E-Bikes doesn't need oil/air/fuel filters, engine oil, seals, gaskits, tuning, valve clearance etc etc. Just recharge and go... They rarely need any major maintenance. My only concern would be range...
    My few questions:
    How far this thing goes per charge?
    How much time it takes to charge up the battery to 100%?
    What kind of battery does these scoots use? Acid or dry?
    What about maintenance schedule?
    Can anyone shed some light? Thanks.
    A 20 AH battery:
    Discharging rate: 20 Amps per hour
    Charging rate : 8 Amps per hour
    if battery is charged for 6 hours: 48 Amps consumed (might be battery will not be fully charged in 6 hours after continue usage as the efficiency of charging rate decreases)
    If the supply voltage is 230V, the power in watts is V * I. Thus a 2 amp load is 460W so,
    Total electricity used for 6 hours: 11040 Amps
    One unit of electricity is an average power of 1kW for 1 hour
    Units used in one charge of 6 hours: 11
    If one unit cost Rs 10 including all direct taxes, indirect taxes, bank & service charges
    one day cost/one charge cost : Rs 110
    If one day travel is 80KM so cost of 1 KM is Rs.1.375
    Monthly cost : Rs 3300
    Yearly cost: Rs 39600
    after 15 months a new battery will be required which will be of Rs 15000
    so next year cost would be: Rs 54600
    So next year per KM cost would be: Rs 2/KM
    if your current cost is at least above than Rs 4/KM then you should go for this ride
    Note: raining/Dew can be disaster for winding in motor& battery packs(until unless the equipment is waterproof)
    If your petrol bike gets broken while riding you can get to any mechanic , incase of Electronic bike you would have to drag it!


    I have seen electronic bikes in market in year 2011-2012 these were being imported by somebody else with the same identical designs but speed/torque no doubt are improved in the bikes imported by TazTrading
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    Price bohat zadah hay,aur pakistani ko hybrid bike ki zarorat hay naa kay electric.india main 35 hazar ki hybrid bike aa jati hay.tu pakistan main kay mout parhti hay....

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