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The E-max: NZ’s first REAL electric scooter

14th February 2011

The E-max is NZ’s first REAL electric scooter leading the charge with the best electric vehicle technology in the world

‘E-max Cooling the Planet One Kilometre at a Time.’

Who wants it.
Young Urban professionals.
Those that ‘Must Have’ the latest in technology.
Eco friendly people who want zero emissions from their day to day travel.
Smart people who can relate to cost efficient transport.

Why the Emax is so special.
Best design and built quality in the world.
The state of art Silicon battery makes it the stand out in electric technology.
Zero emissions and loved by nature.
1000km on less than 2 dollars
Top selling Electric Scooter in Europe.
Economically savvy, TNT couriers replacing 11000 petrol scooters with E-max; Barcelona police ( Spain ),USA and Australia just to name a few, are all maximizing the benefits of the E-max electric scooter.
Designed and developed in Germany
Super quiet. The E-max purr’ is something to behold if you can hear it!

The E-max scooter is on sale now at Vmoto NZ in Newmarket Auckland, it is available in four colours.

Vmoto New Zealand Marketing Manager, Marc Campbell says. ” Vmoto powered by E-max is the leader in battery and motor technology. We are very privileged to have the best zero emission electric scooter in the world ……………

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