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Monasso

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BatteryLiFePo4 (LFP)
Range80 km (45 km/h)
120 km (25 km/h)
Charge Time4 hours
Power1.2 kW (1.6 hp)
PriceC$2.946💱
Removable battery
made in Holland  

Specifications

BrandMonasso
ModelMonasso
Speed25 and 45 km/h
Power1.2 kW (1.6 hp)
Weight64 kg
BatteryLiFePo4 (LFP)
Battery Life800 cycles
Range80 km (45 km/h)
120 km (25 km/h)
Charge Time4 hours
 

The Monasso is a popular electric scooter from a Dutch e-scooter company. The scooter was the second best sold 25 km/h moped of The Netherlands in 2018.

The Monasso is based on the Sunra Grace, a scooter from the famous Chinese e-scooter brand Sunra, and has been optimized by the company for use in Europe.


The scooter has a economical but sportive 1,200 watt Bosch electric motor for a top speed of 45 km/h.

The scooter has two removable 20 Ah Lithium batteries from LG for a reliable city range of 120 km.

The scooter can be delivered with 25 km/h restriction which allows to drive the scooter without a helmet in some European countries.

Monasso has a large dealer and service network in The Netherlands and has ambitions to expand to other countries.

The scooter can be delivered in many color combinations, with different saddle colors, an integrated anti-theft system, a wind shield and an integrated phone holder.

Monasso provides 2 years or 12,000 km warranty on the scooter and batteries.

The scooter can be ordered online and is shipped world wide.

 

2021 Monasso models

Monassomonasso red 100
C$2.946
LiFePo4 (LFP)
80-120 km
 

Sales Department

Monasso
Turbinestraat 7
1014 AV Amsterdam
The Netherlands

Phone:  +31850607590
Email: info@monasso-ev.com

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