Why buy the Zero 2.0? Here are a few reasons why:
The stability of the 2.0 is better than the 1.0. Since its launch, the 1.0 had several issues including complexity of repair. It was hard for technician to curb the wiring problem causing the 1.0 to completely cut power without warning. There was no shock protection for the ESC boards and batteries, therefore the vibrations caused by the rider will damage the scooter.
The 2.0 now has a shock absorption inbuilt into the stamp. With a complete removal of wiring, parts are simply connected together, making it easy for repairs.
1.0 had an out-dated folding mechanism making riders bend down to fold the scooter. 2.0 has an improved and stronger folding mechanism that allows the riders to use their feet to fold and unfold instead.
|Battery||5.2 ah / 10.4 ah|
|Weight||6.4 kg / 7 kg|
|Charge time||2 hrs / 3 hrs|
|Top Speed||25 km/h|
|Top Range||15 km /30 km|
|Braking System||Microelectronic Control Brake and Rear Fender Brake|
|Loading Capacity||100 kg|
|Tires||5" Solid Rubber|
|Accessories||LCD Display, Front and Rear Lights, Smartphone App|
As retailers, our experience of selling the 2.0 has been better compared to 1.0. Since its launch almost 3 months ago, we have not had a single complaint on defects on 2.0. Unlike the 1.0, dissatisfied customers return repeatedly to fix and service their 1.0.
Despite all the improvements, costs have not been incurred in the price for the consumers. In fact, the 2.0 is selling at a comparable lower price than it's predecessor.
The scooter has a honest price point at $999 for the small battery(15km/ 5.2ah) and $1249(30km/ 10.4ah) for the big battery.
As compared to the launch of 1.0 retailing at $1499 for the small battery and $1649 for the big battery. This makes the 2.0 extremely worth buying. All scooters comes with one year warranty.
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