Honda’s latest electric scooter, the Honda Dax e: has made its way to the Philippines.
First launched in China, the Honda Dax e: is inspired by one of the brand’s most classic, gas-powered mini bike, the Honda Dax. It has a sleek and slightly-retro design with a compact build perfect for maneuvering busy streets if you’re living in the metro and want to get to work, school, shops, etc., fast.
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The electrified version of the Dax comes with a 400W Bosche motor that can achieve a top speed of 50kph. It also has a 48V 24ah battery that has a range of up to 60km to 80km on a full charge. That’s essentially the same setup found on the Sundiro Honda S07.
It then has a display panel that shows important information like speed, odometer, riding modes, and battery life. It also has a removable battery if you want to get a couple so you can swap and go, or charge the battery right within the bike.
The new Honda Dax e: has a price of Php82,000 and is available in Electric Cyclery located at Greenhills Shopping Center, Ortigas. You can get it in four colors: Black, White, Green, and Red.
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