Due to rising fuel prices, electric scooters and bikes are becoming more and more popular in Pakistan. Evee is one of the leading competitors in the Pakistani market for electric scooters.
The electric two-wheeler startup from Lahore has teamed up with Daraz to introduce an installment plan for the C1. Details indicate that Standard Chartered and UBL cardholders can benefit from 0% markup for a maximum of a year. Holders of MCB cards are eligible for 0% markup for up to six months.
Cardholders of Bank Alfalah, Silk Bank, and Faysal Bank may benefit from a 0% markup rate for a maximum of three months. The minimum markup rate is 2% for Askari bank card holders for a maximum of three months.
The C1 Pro electric scooter is not eligible for the promotion. In comparison to other bikes in Pakistan, C1 offers a respectable value. With a 60V 20Ah lead-based dry battery, the scooter, according to the manufacturer, has a range of up to 60 km.
A 1200W motor, anti-theft alarm, reverse gear, hub magnetic coil, 12-tube vector controller, front disk brake, color display meter, and other features are included as additional features.
The Evee C1 is similar to other contemporary mopeds in that it has a short wheelbase and flat floorboard that make mounting and dismounting simple. Both men and women can use the design and ergonomics.