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UBCO Adventure Bike 3.1kW

Purchase Price RRP

$ 7,599

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  • 1

    Total Kilometres

  • 2023

    Reg.Year

  • Petrol

    Fuel Type

  • Manual

    Transmission

  • 1998000

    Engine

  • 5

    Number of Doors

UBCO Electric Utlity Bike / Moped / Scooter - These are NZ designed and distributed - not some chinesse knock off - Full NZ support, parts and warranty - Easy and fun to ride, and you can pretty muchy go any where you want - Class as a MOPED so perfect as a cummuter bike that can be riden on a Learners Car license - No fuss, simply charge and go - no gas tank, oil resevior or flat battery and cant start - 2x2 (AWD) - both front and rear wheel drive Electric Utility Bike - 3.1kw Battery - easy to remove and take inside for charging or when loading the bike - Range - 120km (max range) - Top speed 50 km/h - Charge time 4-6Hours - Total weight 70kg (50kg without battery) If you want a cheap mode of transport that can cut through the traffic, go offroad, be riden on a learners car license and is carbon neutral then you should jump on for a ride Pricing includes pre delivery, registration and WOF Moped, scooter,

BASIC INFO
Registration C8TDC
Stock No 7543
Type Hatchback, 5 door
Ext Color White
Technical Specification
Odometer 1 km
Year of Registration 2023
Fuel Type Petrol
Transmission Manual
CC Rating 1998000
Number of Doors 5

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Vehicle Fuel Economy Labelling

What is this?

This vehicle has a Fuel Economy Star Rating of 5.0 out of 6. It consumes 5.8 litres per 100km travelled. The Estimated Annual Cost of running this vehicle is $1,620. (Cost per year based on price per litre of petrol $2.00 and an average distance of 14000 km).

Disclaimer: The Fuel Saver Information displayed here is provided for comparative purposes. Your actual cost per year and fuel consumption will vary from that shown, depending on factors such as vehicle condition and any vehicle modifications, driving style, traffic conditions, distance travelled and fuel price variations. You should not expect to meet exactly what this information says. Visit www.fuelsaver.govt.nz to find out more about this information and fuel saver labels, and how to improve fuel economy.