|Speed||25 and 45 km/h|
|Power||3.2 kW (4.3 hp)|
|Battery Life||1,000 cyclesℹ|
|Range||50 km (45 km/h)
60 km (25 km/h)
|Charge Time||5 hours|
The Candy 3.0 is an electric scooter from the Taiwanese scooter brand Kymco, one of the biggest scooter producers in the world. The brand produced it’s first electric scooter in the nineties.
The Candy 3.0 is an improved version of the Candy 2.0. The scooter is about the same in appearance. The main differences are a new motor and battery.
The Candy 3.0 has a powerful 3,200 watt electric motor for a top speed of 60 km/h.
The scooter has a removable 26 Ah Lithium battery for a effective driving range of 40-50km. The charge time of the battery is 5 hours.
The battery is of high quality and Kymco offers 3 years or 20,000 km warranty.
A unique innovation of the scooter is a display of the expected remaining range of the battery on the dashboard.
The scooter is available in many colors.
2022 KYMCO models
5 Stan Perkins Road
Spartanburg, SC 29307
Phone: +1 888-235-3417
Facebook Messenger: m.me/OFFICIAL.KYMCOUSA
Kwang Yang Motor Co., Ltd.
80794 No.35, Wansing St.
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