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Econogo Scooters Norfolk

Scooters are an eco-friendly, cost-saving mode of transportation that many people are turning to as an alternative to owning a car. Here you’ll find additional information on Econogo scooters as well as local companies and providers that may help you in your search.

Lings Honda
Lings Wharford Riverside Business Park Riverside Road
Dave Barkshire M/C Ctr
01603 614 863
41 St Augustines Street
Anglia Plant & Agricultural Machinery Ltd
01508 471777
Dave Barkshire Motorcycles
01603 722800
1 Chestnut Court Wendover Rd Rackheath Ind Est
Goldarrow Motors Ltd
01603 722800
1 Chestnut Court
Ess Scooters
01508 522523
Browne And Sons (Loddon) Ltd T/A Anglian House Loddon
Moonraker Motorcycles
01603 623 601
125-129 Oak Street
A.R. Motorcycles
01502 584 169
Unit 2, Horn Hill Works
C.J. Ball And Son
01508 549300
C.J. Ball & Son
The Woodlands Salhouse Road

Econogo Yogo

Wednesday, 14 April 2010 23:04   
Econogo Yogo

The silliest name in the world? probably! but this looks to be one of the first electric scooters that might actually make some sense. The styling looks remarkably like a SYM Mio to me and if they have just borrowed the chassis and plastic from that bike then this would be a great base. There seem to be two models on the books a 50cc and 100cc equivalent and it is the second of those that piques my interest. Then my interest disappeared when I converted the top speed of just 38mph (or 61kph) which is the speed a regular 50cc machine should do... and a 22 mile (35km) range, which is not so bad . So really the only new and innovative thing about Yogo is the removable battery, this is a good idea allowing you to dispense with an extension cord for charging, especially if the bike lives outside or on the street. The short, one hour charge time is a good idea. In short as a 50cc scooter replacement the bigger Yogo might well do the trick.


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