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It is certainly more comfortable to ride alone or with a passenger in our vehicle than in crowded public transport, no crowds, no waiting. Only a pleasant atmosphere of air-conditioned space in the vehicle accompanied by the experience of quality multimedia and knowledge of environmental efficiency.

On average, most cars are used daily in the city on routes from 20 to 40 km, which is a condition that all our vehicles meet. Even the speed of 45 km / h in some models is not a problem because in the city on most roads there is a limit of 50 km / h. On the other hand, due to the maximum speed limit, these models are suitable for young people aged 16 to 18 because they can drive these vehicles with an AM license.

Maintaining a vehicle like this is a special story. After the first three years, or the first 30,000 km, we expect you to replace the wiper blade, brake pads and tires. And that should be all. No oil changes, oil and fuel filters, spark plugs, nozzles, heaters, V-belts, belt tensioners, engine settings, etc. Our vehicles do not require water pumps, thermostats, temperature and pressure indicators, coolers, gearbox, exhaust , catalysts, probes, air flow meters, EGR valves and a million other parts of petrol and diesel engines, which sooner or later require service and replacement.

Due to minimal maintenance costs, low registration and insurance costs, ease of maneuvering and parking and convenience for young drivers, this is an ideal second car for the family.


1. Why are lithium batteries significantly more expensive than lead?

Lead batteries that are installed in electric vehicles are hermetically sealed batteries with gelatinized electrolyte and as such meet all technical and safety requirements. The lifespan of such lead batteries is between 1000 and 1500 charge and discharge cycles.

Lithium (LiFePO4) batteries have about 5 times higher energy density compared to lead, which means that for the same capacity, a lithium battery is about 5 times lighter, and therefore smaller than lead. This difference in weight is usually used in part to increase capacity, possibly voltage if you want to get more power, and the other part to reduce the total weight of the vehicle and the resulting savings in consumption and increase the payload. The lifespan of LiFePO4 batteries is 2000 to 3000 cycles. Due to the possibility of receiving and releasing higher currents, charging is significantly shorter than with lead batteries, but they must have a built-in cell control system called BMS. In any case, lithium batteries provide greater vehicle range, lower consumption, shorter charging times and twice the battery life. Financially speaking, comparing the facts, although lithium batteries are initially more expensive, they get more for the money invested and at the end of the interval are cheaper than lead.

2. If I opt for lead-acid batteries now, can I replace them with lithium batteries later?

As a rule, of course it is possible and vice versa, to replace lithium batteries with lead ones.

3. Why can't I always achieve the declared mileage of the vehicle?

The declared range implies average daily conditions of use. At lower temperatures, the capacity of the batteries decreases (between -10 ° C and + 25 ° C, this difference can be up to 30%). Electricity consumption increases significantly with vehicle acceleration, uphills and passenger numbers. Also, air conditioning or heating, lights and radio consume battery and shorten the range of the vehicle.



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