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Wannabe Geek

# 255864 3-Sep-2019 20:23
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Iā€™m looking at purchasing a Nui E-moped and am keen to seek opinions from geek zone users who have owned them,

How do the niu e-moped owners feel about them?

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  # 2342491 23-Oct-2019 15:26
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 I have the NIU M pro model bought from scootling, mostly use it for short trips to the supermarket mates places etc, done 800km so far. I find its nice build quality has an alarm/steering lock and also gps tracking to phone app. 


its limited to 50kmh so even going steep downhill it won't go much over that, and with only 1.2kw it only does about 30kmh up steep hills so not great for busy roads that are hilly, i have no issues with range worst case i always know i can always pull the battery uber home and charge it but I've never run battery down much past halfway. 


What i want now is a model with more performance that can do atleast 100kmh so i can take it over the Auckland Harbor bridge.

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  # 2342525 23-Oct-2019 16:48
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What i want now is a model with more performance that can do atleast 100kmh so i can take it over the Auckland Harbor bridge.



You mean one of these


Or something from 


Plenty to choose from if your walet is deep enough. šŸ˜


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  # 2342996 24-Oct-2019 13:02
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Well yes if pockets are deep enough :) but probably also it's more finding a dealer who even supports the NZ market there is a lot to choose from just none of it here.


Even Australian can make em  eg.

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