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Ducati Cross-E Scooter 500W

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    Top Speed 15mph / 25kmph
    Charge Time 5 Hours
    Range Up To 25 Miles / 40KM

      The CROSS-E Scooter, branded Scrambler Ducati, mounts so-called “fat” anti-puncture tubeless tires (size 110/50-6.5”), which are also suitable for stretches of dirt or very uneven roads.

      The brushless motor provides a continuous power output of 500W and guarantees excellent pick-up both at the start and on uphill sections, without undergoing any slowdown in pace.

      The 375 Wh battery guarantees an autonomy of up to 40 km, maintaining an average speed of 15 kmph. The sturdiness, also visual, of the frame gives maximum stability and riding comfort. The double front headlight allows the use of the vehicle at night with excellent visibility and the management of all the functions, including the 3 riding modes, takes place through the large 3.5” LCD display.

      With the purchase of the Ducati Scrambler Cross-E Scooter you will find included the Family Protection insurance, stipulated with one of the first players in the insurance market: Axa Assistance.

      The Full Spec

      • MOTOR: 500W Brushless, Rear, Peak Power 600W 
      • BATTERY: 36V 10.4Ah, 374Wh, removable
      • MAX SPEED:  15Mph
      • MAX RANGE: 25 Miles
      • WEIGHT: 31kg
      • TYRES: 110/50-6.5" tubeless front and rear
      • BRAKES: Front and rear disc brake
      • CHARGE TIME: 5 hours
      • LIGHTS: LED Front and Rear
      • DISPLAY: 3.5" LCD Display
      • FRAME: High strength steel alloy
      • DIMENSIONS: 1180 x 473 x 1212mm
      • Protection: IPX4
      • Maximum Gradient: 27%

      User Manual

      Available on request


      All purchases come with a free 1-year warranty


      Electric scooters are currently classed as ‘powered transporters’ by the government and fall under the same laws and regulations that apply to all motor vehicles. This means that it’s illegal to use them on pavements, in cycle lanes and in pedestrian-only areas, and it would only be legal to use them on public roads if they could meet the same requirements as motor vehicles (e.g., in terms of insurance, tax, license, registration and vehicle construction). It is essential to wear a helmet when using an e-scooter 

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