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    Riding the Evoke in Beijing

    Here is a city riding impression of the Evoke Urban S model. Sounds like a decent small electric motorcycle, especially if they can keep the price around $10K USD and can find retail dealers to sell and service them, which of course can be a real problem in any country: https://electricmotorcycles.news/urb...t-impressions/
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    He never mentioned what kind of range he was able to get?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stevo View Post
    He never mentioned what kind of range he was able to get?
    Perhaps the Evoke doesn't have a range estimator. Or maybe he was too busy checking out the sights of Beijing and avoiding pedestrians to notice the range. You could probably figure out the range if you visited Evoke's home page and looked up their battery capacity. However, I wouldn't trust the claimed range performance of a Chinese EV manufacturer as things tend to move differently in China compared with some other countries.
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