Finished in stealthy black with subtle red accents, this moody scooter is arguably one of the best looking money can buy, and its front shock absorber, integrated rear brake light and relatively low 12.5kg kerb weight make it easy to live with. It can also hit an impressive 15mph, with the built-in Smart Battery Management System harnessing the power of an energy recovery system to eke the most out of

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