EV Sundak Younger vs Gemopai Astrid Lite

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EV Sundak Younger
EV Sundak Younger

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Gemopai Astrid Lite
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Technical Specifications
Fuel Electric Electric
Motor 1000 Watts
30 H Magnet
2400 W Rated Power
Range -- 90 KM Per Charge
Maximum Power -- 4KW Peak Power
Load Carrying Capacity -- 150 Kgs
Climbing Degree -- 22°
Top Speed 45 kmph 65 kmph
Riding Modes -- Sports
City
Economy
Battery 48 V/24 AH(VRLA)
60 V/24 AH(VRLA)
1.7 KW 72 V Removable Battery
Charger High Quality Micro Charger With Auto Cut --
Battery Warranty 1 Year On Lead Acid & 2 Years On Lithium Ion --
Display -- Digital Color Display
Frame High Quality 17-20 Kg Chassis --
Headlamp LED LED with day running lamp
Mileage
Standard Test Conditions 80+ kmpl --
Tyres
Front 90/100 10 10" Inch Tubeless
Rear 3.00 10 Tubeless 10" Inch Tubeless
Wheel / RIM Stylish steel Rim 300-10 AI Alloy
Brakes
Front 160 mm Disk Brake Disc
Rear Drum Drum
Suspension
Front Hydraulic telescopic shocker --
Rear Hydraulic Shocker & spring pressure --
Colors Available
Colors -- Electric Neon
Fireball Orange
Fiery Red
Deep Indigo
Burnt Charcoal


Physical Specs
Length -- --
Weight 60 kg 95 kg
Overview
About ICAT/ARAI Approved Read More --
Features - Smart Digital Speedometer(LED)
- DRL Light Features
- Unbreakable PC Lights
- Anti-Theft System
- Remote Lock
- Fresh ABS engineer plastic molded body
- Lithium Ion/Lead Acid Compatible
- Tested Climbing of 15'(Highest in segment)
- Best in Class Mileage
- High Quality Piano Paint
- Key-less entry
- Motor Walking Assistance(Forward and Reverse )
- USB Charging
- ABS PLASTIC
- Anti Fire Mainline Bundle
Side Stand Sensor
USB Charging
Anti-theft alarm
Key less entry
Standard Indicator Bulb
Central Lock
Additional Details Controller : 12 Tube,481160 V Both Compatible
Vehicle Weight : 60 Kg ( Without battery )
Loading Capacity : 175 Kg
Speed : 40-45 Kmph
3 Level Speed Change With reverse gear
Mileage : 48V/24AH(VRLA) 60+
60V/24AH(VRLA) 80+
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