Sunra bringing electric scooters ideal for around town and campervan use to the UK

With the use of lightweight electric-powered scooters and motorcycles increasing in the campervan and motorhome market, Sunra is bringing its new range to the UK. The zero-emissions mopeds offer impressive performance, range and reliability. Plus, they’re great for around-town use too.

Boasting low overall weights across the range, Sunra’s model line-up is perfect for those looking for an additional means of transport to complement a motorhome or campervan. Plus, being fully electric, removes many of the issues associated with carrying or storing a petrol-powered two-wheeler.

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The Sunra range of electric models start from £2,199 for the Sunra Robo. This is the equivalent of a 50cc moped with a top speed of 28mph (45kph) and a range of up to 33 miles (53km) range.

The larger Robo-S, which is the equivalent of 125cc scooter, is ideal for motorhome and campervan use thanks to it being low weight and easy to ride. It has a range in excess of 60 miles (97km) and can be recharged in just four hours.

This 3kW scooter easily reaches speeds of up to 50mph (80kph) and will accommodate two adults all in complete silence. Plus, it has 24 litres of under-seat storage.

Like the rest of the Sunra range, the ROBO-S benefits from low cost servicing and a two-year unlimited mileage warranty. Plus, its batteries also come with a three-year or 18,000 mile (29,000km) warranty too.

Logan Black, Sunra UK, said: “We’ve seen a rise in interest from owners of campervans and motorhomes in our products, and when you consider the practicalities, it’s not hard to see why. Carrying and using a scooter like our ROBO-S model is a very simple solution for those needing reliable additional transport once pitched up.

“With 125cc comparable power, the ROBO-S removes all the hassles of a petrol scooter, making is easier to store inside a motorhome garage, enabling it to be charged from either a hook-up or via conventional three-pin plug and of course at a fraction of the cost too.”

Ian Osborne
Ian Osborne
Editor-in-Chief at ElectricDrives

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