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Nimoto Trendy R

Nimoto Trendy R
Nimoto Trendy R 85
Nimoto Trendy R 85
Nimoto Trendy R 85
Nimoto Trendy R 85
Nimoto Trendy R 85
Nimoto Trendy R Vrouw Rijden 85
Nimoto Trendy R Man Rijden 85
Nimoto Trendy R Vrouw en Man 85
BatteryLiNiMnCo (NMC)
Range80 km (45 km/h)
120 km (25 km/h)
Charge Time3-5 hours
Power1.5 kW (2 hp)
Price₹ 208.182Β’
Removable battery
made in Holland  

Specifications

BrandNimoto
ModelTrendy R
Speed25 and 45 km/h
Power1.5 kW (2 hp)
Weight98 kg
BatteryLiNiMnCo (NMC)
Battery Life1,500 cyclesβ„Ή
Range80 km (45 km/h)
120 km (25 km/h)
Charge Time3-5 hours
80% after 2 hours
 

The Nimoto Trendy R is an electric moped from a Dutch subsidiary of Japanese company Suzuki. It is a popular scooter that is winner of many important awards such as the ANWB e-scooter range prize.

The scooter has a Lithium battery and offers an option to add a second battery to double the range.Β The range of a single battery is 60km for a maximum range of 120km.

TheΒ batteries are removable and can be charged separately from the scooter.

The scooter can be ordered with a top case. The scooter is available in multiple colors.

Official brochure 2013 (PDF)Β 

 

2020 Nimoto models

Trendy RNimoto Trendy R 100
₹ 208.182
LiNiMnCo (NMC)
80-120 km
City 3502012_Nimoto_City_350 100
₹ 147.437
LiFePo4 (LFP)
50 km
 

Distributor

Suzuki Holland (Nimag BV)
Lange Dreef 12
4131 NH Vianen (Utrecht)
The Netherlands
Tel.: +31 (0)347 349 749
info-nimoto@nimag.nl

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