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SYM ED1

SYM ED1 foldable electric scooter
SYM ED1 foldable electric scooter 85
SYM ED1 foldable electric scooter 85
SYM ED1 foldable electric scooter 85
SYM ED1 foldable electric scooter 85
Battery18650 Lithium
Range40 km
Charge Time2 hours
Power1 kW (1.3 hp)
PriceUnknown
Foldable
Removable battery
made in Taiwan  

Specifications

BrandSYM
ModelED1
Speed25 km/h
Power1 kW (1.3 hp)
Weight40 kg
Battery18650 Lithium
Battery Life1,000 cyclesβ„Ή
Range40 km
Charge Time2 hours
 

The ED1 is a foldable electric scooter from motorcycle manufacturer SYM (Sanyang Motor) from Taiwan. The company is one of the biggest manufacturers of vehicles in the world and has been the official manufacturing partner for brands such as Honda and Hyundai.

The scooter is foldable which makes it possible to park the scooter inside or to take it as luggage. The scooter weighs 40 kg and can be carried as a trolley.

The scooter has a 1000 watt electric motor for a top speed of 25 km/h.

The scooter has a removable 15 Ah lithium battery for a range of 40 km.

The scooter is available in many colors.

 

2021 SYM models

E-ViridSYM e-Virid – Sanyang Motors electric scooter 100
C$3.473
LiNiMnCo (NMC)
50 km
SymmetrySYM Symmetry – Sanyang Motors electric scooter 100
C$3.328
LiFePo4 (LFP)
40 km
ED1SYM ED1 foldable electric scooter 100
Unknown
18650 Lithium
40 km
EE1SYM EE1 electrics cooter 25kw motorcycle 100
Unknown
18650 Lithium
100 km
EX3SYM EX3 electric scooter three wheeler 5,000 watt 100
Unknown
LiFePo4 (LFP)
100 km
 

Sales Department

SYM USA (Alliance Powersports Inc.)
3778 Milliken Ave. Unit A
Eastvale, CA 91752.
USA

Phone: 1-951-361-9000
Email: cclmp@hotmail.com

International sales

SYM SanYang Motors
3 Chung Hua Road, Hukou,
Hsinchu, Taiwan

Phone: +886-3-5981911
Email: osd@sym.com.tw

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