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Aseako Zoco Ultra

Aseako Zoco Ultra

5.0 from 4 reviews

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Branimir S.

Branimir S.Sydney, NSW

Perfect balance between value, quality and customer service

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Aseako is highly recommended because they deliver a quality product at reasonable cost, supported by an amazing customer service that is genuine and personal. The bikes are easy to set up, but any questions are immediately answered and guidance is provided. My partner and I went for our first 35 kms ride and enjoyed the experience. All works as it should.

Purchased in October 2019 at Aseako for A$2,800.00.

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Paul P

Paul PPerth, WA

  • 4 reviews
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Great machine, even better support.

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Purchased in January 2013.

Colin H

Colin HMurrumbidgee Region, NSW

An excellent asset to our motorhome

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Purchased in April 2019.

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Love my Zoco

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Wow, I love my Zoco Ultra. Thankyou Brett for being so wonderful and helpful, when my husband and I first got our bikes and set them up, Brett responded very quickly to help us sort out any problems we had, Thankyou.
I am so pleased I got the 500w to help get up the hill near our house, this was the best decision.
We go out every weekend and enjoy riding our Zoco, Don’t hesitate, just buy one.... you will love it too
Thankyou :)
Nikki & Simon
Lennox Head NSW

Date PurchasedAug 2018

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Questions & Answers

Ian M

Ian Masked

Zoco Ultra

Hi, is there any difference in expected travel distance per charge between the Ultra and the Aventi II with 15 aH battery?

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Squires
Squires

I think the distance is the same...

Ian M
Ian M

If that's the case I wonder what the advantage of buying the Aventi II over the Ultra is?

Aseako
Brett R.Aseako

Hi Ian,
Thanks for the question. Just to clarify.
1. The Ultra II is a dual 250/500 power bike and operates on 48V battery. The largest battery currently available for it is a 13ah.
2. The Aventi II is exactly the same general specs but is only 250W and therefore operates on a 36V battery which you can get a 15ah .

The difference in voltage does not make a lot of difference to the range achievable but obviously the 15ah would have a theoretically 2 ah greater capacity and therefore range assuming all other things are equal.

The key things that affect range are the power level used, how the gears are managed (too high a gear will load the motor more and drag more power), how much effort you put in yourself and of course weight of rider, terrain and headwinds.

Hope this helps, if you have any other questions please let us know. You can email us direct and we will be happy to assist.

Kind regards
Aseako

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