Electric scooters that provide the maximum range

Electric scooters are dedicated for city rides (shorter commutes, on better roads), they are quiet, and they don’t burn fossil fuel. In cities, the silent battery-powered two-wheelers speak loudly, especially during times of fuel crisis. 

But how far can you go on an electric scooter?

Most of the popular e-scooter models in Nepal take 4-6 hours to charge fully, and on a full charge they provide an average range of 50-60 km.

In ideal conditions, you can easily commute within Kathmandu, even if you have to take the ring road (27km) on a daily basis: the Naikap-Suryabinayak, Suryabinayak-Budhanilkantha, and Budhanilkantha-Godawari circuits are all around 25 km.

What’s more, the future looks even brighter because EV manufacturers are always competing to provide greater range and shorter charging time, and many EV brands have been in business here for quite some time, while even more are joining the list.


Here are some electric scooters that provide great range.

Komaki SE 

The SE–powered by a 74V 40AH lithium battery, paired with the 3 kW BLDC motor–provides a range of 140 km on a single charge. The e-scooter takes 4-5 hours to charge fully. It can speed up to 85 kmph.

The scooter comes with a plethora of features such as a digital speedometer with a colour LED, self-diagnosis switch, cruise control, reverse gear, remote start/stop, USB mobile charger, regenerative braking, alloy wheels, anti-theft system, and multimedia buttons with Bluetooth connectivity and in-built speaker.

Specifications 

Motor 3 kWh BLDC 
Power (W)5200
Battery 74V 40AH
Battery typeLithium-ion
Top speed (kmph)85
Range (km)140
Charging time 4-5 hours
Braking typeDual disc

Komaki SE price in Nepal

SERs. 2.95 lakh

Hero NYX

The NYX is equipped by a 51.2V battery that generates a maximum power of 1300 watts. The e-scooter takes approximately 4-5 hours to charge and on a full charge, which provides a range of 165 km. Its top speed is 42 kmph.

Among the scooter’s key features are a USB port, split-folding seats, in-dash bottle holder, LED headlights, digital instrument cluster, alloy wheels, and regenerative braking. 

Specifications 

Motor 1.5 kWh BLDC Hub Motor
Power (W)600-1300
Battery 51.2V/30Ah*2(dual)
Battery typeLithium-ion
Top speed (kmph)42
Range (km)165
Charging time 4-5 hours
Braking typeCombined braking system

Hero NYX price in Nepal

NYXRs. 2.84 lakh

SuperSoco CPx

The CPx is equipped with a 60Ah 45V battery that generates a maximum power of 4000 watts. The e-scooter takes approximately 3.5 hours to charge and on a full charge, it provides a range of 180 km. Its top speed is 90 kmph.

The CPx has an aerodynamic body, with twin LED headlights at the front and an LED brake light at the rear. The e-scooter comes with a full digital dashboard and has some notable features such as a windshield, split seats, USB charge ports, a two-litre glove compartment, and one-push reverse button.

Specifications 

Motor 4 kWh BOSCH
Power (W)3900
Battery 60AH 45V (dual)
Battery typeLithium-ion
Top speed (kmph)90
Range (km)180
Charging time 3.5 hours
Braking typeCombined braking system

SuperSoco CPx price in Nepal 

CPx (dual battery)Rs. 5,89,900

LVNENG LX06 Max

The LX06 Max is powered by a dual 60V32Ah lithium-ion battery that is paired with a 4 kW BOSCH motor. The e-scooter takes 3.5 hours to charge fully and provides a range of 150 km on a single charge. It can speed up to 75-85 kmph.

The LX06 Max gets retro looks with a classic circular LED translucent light and has some notable features such as:  LCD dashboard, USB charging port, three gears, repair key, puncture-proof tyre, one-button start, and cushion seat.

Specifications 

Motor 4 kWh BOSCH
Power (W)4000
Battery 2 x 60V32Ah
Battery typeSamsung lithium-ion
Top speed (kmph)75-85 kmph
Range (km)150
Charging time 3.5 hours
Braking typeRegenerative braking

 LX06 Max price in Nepal 

LX06 MaxRs. 5,59,900

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