A lithium-ion or lead-acid battery can be used for the Benling Kriti electric scooter, a low-speed model. The latter requires a longer period to top up—eight to nine hours—while the former needs about four hours to fully charge. The top speed and range are identical for the two variations, 25 and 60 kilometers per hour, respectively.
Engine & Hardware
The Benling Kriti engine produces 250 W of power. Benling Kriti invented brakes with a front disc and back drum. It is supported by telescopic forks up front and twin shock absorbers at the back. It rides on 10-inch Read More...