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Takado launches in Morocco its 100% electric motorcycle

Takado, a Moroccan company positioned on the electric mobility market, signs its return to Morocco by offering “E-Delivery”, a 100% electric motorcycle.

This motorcycle has a daily autonomy of 100 km thanks to its two lithium batteries. It is specifically designed to meet the needs of delivery professionals and businesses.

Its design has been designed to optimize the working conditions of drivers: front support for housing equipment, ability to install reinforced boxes of high capacity at the rear thus limiting the risk of theft.

Also, both batteries, light and portable, recharge at MAD 4, or MAD 4 per 100 km of autonomy on any electrical outlet. “It thus allows savings of 5,000 to MAD 10,000 per year but also 700 kg to 1,400 Kg of CO2 annually,” said a statement from the company.

Lithium batteries can hold for more than 4 years. The Takado motorcycle is manufactured and imported from China, but its assembly is finished in Morocco.

The company has more than 200 electric vehicles in circulation on the territory, since its first tests in 2018.

Takado offers a range of financing solutions adapted to all needs to facilitate the adoption of its products (long-term rental for professionals and administrations, consumer credit and micro-credit for auto-entrepreneurs).

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