Super Soco VS NIU - Two Electric Mopeds Compared
Supersoco and NIU are two of the biggest names right now in the electric urban mobility space, providing affordable, high tech vehicles that are pure electric and great fun.
The biggest difference is the styling - Supersoco have focused on recreating the vintage 1950's British cafe racer style, to great effect. Small touches like a redesigned dial, faux-leather seats and stunning colour choices make it really feel genuinely "old".
NIU on the other hand, have gone for a super slick, modern style which screams a different type of cool.
Super Soco TC vs TS
The biggest difference between the TS and TC is the speed. The TC has a newer, more powerful Bosch hub motor which, when de-restricted, goes up to 45mph. This makes it ideal for those commuting from the suburbs who may want that bit more power on open roads. Other than this, a bit more room for a passenger is the other key difference.
Both bikes support double batteries, giving a possible range up to around 80 miles on a single charge.
NIU N Series vs M Series
NIU's vehicles are focused more on inner city, urban environments. Featuring clever design and aiming to replace 50cc petrol scooters and mopeds they are nimble, quick and lightweight.
The main difference compared to the Supersoco is a slightly more competitive price point, in part thanks due to the scale of adoption in so many European and Asian cities. The lack of ability to install a second battery can limit the range, but the batteries have been super easy to take out and usually last a good week of commuting for our average customer. Small design details like in built battery level display and an accompanying app make the NIU range an extremely well packaged scooter.
|Super Soco TS||Super Soco TC||NIU N Series||NIU M Series|
|Top Speed||28mph||45 mph||28mph||28mph|
|Range (Up To)||40 Miles||50 Miles||50 Miles||60 Miles|
|Charge Time||6 Hours||6 Hours||6 Hours||6 Hours|
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