CSC Monterey Electric vs Gogoro Viva

Compare Specifications of CSC Monterey Electric and Gogoro Viva

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CSC Monterey Electric
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Technical Specifications
Fuel Electric Electric
Motor DC brushless GH1 Integrated Hub Motor
Range Between 20 and 60 miles Approx. 85 km
Engine Starting -- Electric
Cooling System -- Air cooled. Dynamic thermal management
Maximum Power 2.4 kilowatts (kW) 4.02 PS @ 500 RPM
Maximum Torque 120 NM 96 NM @ 200 RPM
Load Carrying Capacity Max. Capacity : 331 pounds --
Climbing Degree 10° uphill slope --
Battery Lithium, 60 volts / 26 amp-hours (Ah)
Battery Weight : 22 lbs
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Frame -- High tension steel tube
Headlamp -- Class-C LED headlight
Taillamp -- LED
Tyres
Front 70/90-17F 90/90 - 10 (50L),Kenda K7022 SPORT tire
Rear 80/90-17R 100/90 - 10 (56L), Kenda K7022 hybrid dual compound tire
Wheel / RIM -- Alloy
Brakes
Front Drum Hydraulic disc brake
Rear Drum Hydraulic disc brake
Suspension
Front -- Dual telescopic fork
Rear -- Dual suspension
Colors Available
Colors Yellow
Black
White
Seasalt White
Wasabi Yellow
Olive Grey


Physical Specs
Length 1890 mm 1680 mm
Width 681 mm 630 mm
Height 1021 mm 1050 mm
Weight -- 80 kg
Kerb Weight 82 71
Seat Height 762 740
Wheelbase 1234 mm 1164 mm
Ground Clearance 140 mm --
Overview
Features -- - Multiple gravity sensors
- Multiple thermo sensors
- Lock / unlock / open trunk using iQ System® Smart Keycard / Smartphone / Apple Watch
- Dynamic performance profile
- Full time lighting
- Low energy mode
- Error report through GoStation® and smartphone App
- Kickstand safety switch
- Adjustable regenerative braking
- AVAS low speed alert
- Smart keyless
Additional Details Input Voltage : 110V-220V, 3-stage charger Trunk size : 21.6L
Hill climb ability : 20% (11°): 25 km/h
10% (6°): 40 km/h
Max. lean angle : Left: 36°
Right: 41°
Rear shock absorber : Fixed
Brake assist : SBS (Synchronized braking system)
Brake fluid hose : Rubber
Brake caliper : Front : Single piston
Rear : Single piston

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