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NIU M-Series M+

NIU M+ smart scooter
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NIU M+ smart scooter 85
NIU M+ smart scooter dashboard 85
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NIU M+ smart scooter 85
NIU M+ smart scooter 85
NIU M+ smart scooter 85
NIU M+ smart scooter 85
Battery18650 Lithium
Range56 miles
Charge Time5-6 hours
Power1.2 kW (1.6 hp)
Price£2.171¢
Regenerative brakes
Removable battery
made in China  

Specifications

BrandNIU
ModelM+
Speed15 and 31 mph
Power1.2 kW (1.6 hp)
Weight58 kg
Battery18650 Lithium
Battery Life2,000 cycles
Range56 miles
Charge Time5-6 hours
fast charger: 3.5 hours
 
The M+ is no longer in production.
The model is replaced by MQi+ Sport.

The NIU M+ is an electric smart scooter created by an innovative Chinese company that is founded by the former CTO of Baidu (the Chinese Google) and a former employee of Microsoft. Their purpose is to create a high quality electric scooter with the latest technologies and design.

The M+ is a special version of the widely popular M-Series. The scooter is re-designed for use by 2 passengers and is equipped with an extra strong battery and motor.

The M+ is provided with Panasonic 18650 Lithium-ion batteries, of the same type as the batteries in the Tesla Model S. The batteries provide a range of 81 miles. NIU offers 2 years warranty on the batteries.

The scooter can be charged at any regular power outlet.

De M+ is a smaller and lighter scooter than the NIU N1s. The scooter is provided with a 1,200 watt Bosch electric motor. The motor is designed to achieve a smaller energy consumption while maintaining fast acceleration for city use.

The M+ has received extra attention to safety. The scooter is equiped with an EBS braking system for a braking distance of just 1.4 meters. The system also provides in a Kinetic Energy Recovery System (KERS) or regenerative braking in which energy from braking is returned to the battery.

The M+ headlamp uses a state-of-the-art silicon on silicon LED technology. This technology outputs greater luminosity while reducing energy use. The lamp has been designed to provide low and high-beams for a comfortable visibility field.  With a 270° visibility, the M+ taillamp provides an added layer of safety, and a distinctive and iconinc design.

The M+ has a 360° Light Halo around the scooter for safety to ensure pedestrians and drivers can see you at night. To further increase safety, the M+ has automatic turn indicator lightings. The M+ also has hazard lamps.

The M+ is a true smart scooter that connects to a smart phone. Everything from battery monitoring to GPS to ride history, the NIU app keeps the driver connected and up-to-date with the whereabouts and health of the M+. The app provides in an anti-theft system that warns the driver when the scooter is moved. With GPS it is possible to track the position of the scooter in real time.

The M+ has cruise control, parking assistant, a sensor based safety alert system and much more smart features. The scooter has a remote control to locate the scooter in the dark. When pressed, the scooter lights will turn on and the scooter will make a sound.

The scooter has two driving modes: Lite and Sport.

The M+ is available in many colors.

 

2020 NIU models

NQi GTSNIU N GT Pro electric scooter 3000 watt 100
£4.477
18650 Lithium
84 miles
NQi Cargo XRNIU NQi Cargo 100
£4.477
18650 Lithium
87 miles
NQi ProNIU NQi Pro electric scooter 3000 watt 100
£4.029
18650 Lithium
96 miles
NQi GTNIU NQi GT electric scooter 3500 watt 100
£4.029
18650 Lithium
87 miles
NQi CargoNIU NQi Cargo 100
£2.865
18650 Lithium
56 miles
NQi SportNIU NQi sport electric scooter 2400 watt 100
£2.596
18650 Lithium
50 miles
UQi GT ProNIU U GT Pro electric scooter 100
£2.417
18650 Lithium
50 miles
MQi+ SportNIU MQi+ Sport electric scooter 1400 watt 100
£2.327
18650 Lithium
62 miles
NQi LiteNIU NQi electric scooter 3000 watt 100
£2.059
18650 Lithium
43 miles
MQi ProNIU MQi Pro electric scooter 1200 watt 100
£1.790
18650 Lithium
50 miles
MQi+ LiteNIU MQi+ Lite electric scooter 1200 watt 100
£1.746
18650 Lithium
47 miles
MQi SNIU MQi S electric scooter 800 watt 100
£1.701
18650 Lithium
43 miles
UQiNIU UQi electric scooter 1500 watt 100
£1.544
18650 Lithium
25 miles
MQi GTNIU M GT electric scooter 3000 watt 100
Unknown
18650 Lithium
81 miles
TQi GTNIU TQi GT electric three wheeler 100
Unknown
18650 Lithium
150 miles

Old models

N GTNIU N-GT 100
£3.872
18650 Lithium
62 miles
N1sNIU N1s 100
£2.529
18650 Lithium
43 miles
M ProNIU M1 100
£2.238
18650 Lithium
62 miles
M+NIU M+ smart scooter 100
£2.171
18650 Lithium
56 miles
M SNIU M1 100
£1.790
18650 Lithium
43 miles
UNiIU U-Series U1 Blue 100
£1.544
18650 Lithium
22 miles
 

Sales Department

NIU USA (Genuine Scooters)
2700 W Grand Avenue, Chicago
Chicago, Illinois
United States of America

Phone: +1 773-271-8514 (WhatsApp)
Email: usa@niu.com
Facebook Messenger: m.me/355139125351895

International

Niu Technologies Group Ltd.
Shanghai, China

Email: business@niu.com
Facebook Messenger: m.me/niumobility

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