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XIAOMI Mi ESSENTIAL ( Also Called Mi Lite)

Motor power: 250 W
Speed: 20 km/h
Range: 20km
Battery capacity: 5100 mAh
Charging time: 5.5 h
Size: 1080 mm*Depth: 430 mm*Height: 1140 mm
Folded height: 49 cm
Width when folded: 108 cm
Weight: 12 kg
Folded depth: 43 cm

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The Xiaomi MI Essential Lite model from Xiaomi is the obvious choice to transport you from A to B. It handles it quickly and safely. The top speed is 20 km/h. This is the most transportable Mi scooter at only 12kg and easy one click fold it’s super easy to bring with you anywhere  comes with the necessary lights and reflectors to be road approved. With the 20 km/h it’s alos road legal in Germany and the other EU-countries with 20 km/h limit

You get a outstanding driving experience with the two pneumatic tires, effective shock absorbers and anti-slip. Xiaomi MI Essential Lite comes with a dual brake system, at the rear you have a regenerative disc brake. On the front deck is an E-ABS system. Cruise control lets you keep the speed stable, so you just have to concentrate on enjoying the trip. Xiaomi Essential

The main difference between the Xiaomi Essential, Xiaomi 1S and Xiaomi Pro 2 is the battery. Basically, the battery gets larger from the Essential to the Pro 2, meaning it can cover a greater distance on a single charge (20 km, 30 km and 45 km respectively). It also means the Essential is the lightest and the Mi Pro 2 the heaviest. All three scooters come with the dashboard from the original M365 Pro, meaning they offer a speedometer (alongside a few other symbols) as well as the battery indicator. The modes are the same across the scooters

Mi essential Lite2 specifications

 

 

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Weight 15,5 kg
Dimensions 113 × 19 × 52 cm

Brand

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