Xufeng XF50QDT-2 Electric Scooter Now down to £599.99 @ expansys.com (NOW £399.99) - HotUKDeals
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Xufeng XF50QDT-2 Electric Scooter Now down to £599.99 @ expansys.com (NOW £399.99)

£399.99 @ Expansys
There was a deal on here a few days ago for a similar scooter reduced to £699.99 ish Well Expansys have this for £599.99 (Was listed on here a few months ago for £899.99) NOW REDUCED TO £399.99 … Read More
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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
There was a deal on here a few days ago for a similar scooter reduced to £699.99 ish

Well Expansys have this for £599.99 (Was listed on here a few months ago for £899.99)

NOW REDUCED TO £399.99



Description
Do you want the best of both worlds - to save cash by dodging the cost of petrol, and to be more environmentally friendly by reducing emissions? The Xufeng XF50QDT-2 helps you to do both!

This eco-friendly, 100% electric scooter is no slouch when it comes to performance. The 1500 watt motor delivers ample torque to fulfill even the most demanding drivers' need to zip in and out of traffic. You can drive as fast as 30mph (50km/h) and as far as 40 miles, all with no noise, no exhaust fumes and no need to pay for petrol! Plus, electric scooters are exempt from vehicle tax (though you will still need a 'free' tax disc yearly) and congestion charges. And, many cities reward eco-friendly vehicle owners with free parking. This truly is an all around good alternative to driving or public transport!

Charging is easy and convenient, simply plug the included charger into any mains socket. It takes from 4 hours (for a basic charge) to 8 hours (for a full charge) and can cost less than 10p per charge. There are a number of park & charge facilities already available throughout the country (click here) and more popping up every day. Electric vehicles are becoming increasingly popular, so finding a place to charge can only get easier over time.

Designed with comfort and ease of use in mind, this sporty blue & white scooter features an easy-to-read instrument panel, a foot operated kick-stand, a mounting plate for an optional top box, and comfortable padded seat. The seat lifts to reveal a storage area for your charger and the included tool kit while still leaving some space for a few knick knacks. The tool kit includes a reversible screw driver (consisting of a handle and a metal shaft with two different types of screw driver heads on each end), a set of four open-ended spanners (or wrenches) and two Hex keys (or Allen keys) in a zippered carrying pouch.

IMPORTANT NOTICES: This product can be collected or it can be shipped to you. Delivery will take from 2 to 3 weeks. We will need to speak to you to arrange delivery date and time, so please make sure you list your daytime phone number when placing your order. If you have questions regarding the process of buying or receiving this product, please call us or email sales@expansys.com for more information.

Please download and read through the Registration, Insurance and T&Cs information that can be found on in the "Useful Links" section of the Product Home page before placing your order. You will also find other useful information such as a downloadable PDF user manual, information about parking facilities that offer charging bays, DVLA info and more.

Includes:

Scooter
Two keys
Charger
Floor mat
Tool kit in carrying pouch
DVLA Registration Pack
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#1
Firebox one better?
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at 8p a charge we worked out my friends honda C50 was more enviromentally friendly and cheaper to run!
plus its cheaper and retro and will outlive the electric scooter by about 50 years +
Save the planet, buy a honda C50!
http://www.motorera.com/honda/h0050/c50/c50-2.jpg
#3
adamck
at 8p a charge we worked out my friends honda C50 was more enviromentally friendly and cheaper to run!


Cheaper than 8p for 40 miles - Thats one mega Honda if it can do over 1000 MPG!

Damn we should all have one get on the phone to Honda now
#4
my house mate has a honda c90 made in 1978 it runs like a dream i can see no end of troubles with the electric ones, what happens when like a laptop the charge does not hold for as long?

"you need a new battery sir.... that will be £350 please"
#5
adamck
at 8p a charge we worked out my friends honda C50 was more enviromentally friendly and cheaper to run!
plus its cheaper and retro and will outlive the electric scooter by about 50 years +
Save the planet, buy a honda C50!
http://www.motorera.com/honda/h0050/c50/c50-2.jpg


We always called the " Clunks" because of the noise they make when you put them in gear, I might see if i can find one of these for nostalgias sake :thumbsup:
#6
here are a number of park & charge facilities already available throughout the country (click here) and more popping up every day.


Is anyone else finding the 'click here' isn't working ... :(
#7
410 mpg
[FONT=Arial]costs around £4 to fill its 4L tank[/FONT]
so its pretty damn good and alot less than £600 to buy
#8
yay, c50 lovers all over! haha
They've only sold 60 million of them too!
We always called the " Clunks"
My mate calls his the PLOP due to the plopping kindof exhaust sound they make when you attempt to open it up haha
#9
adamck;5998202
at 8p a charge we worked out my friends honda C50 was more enviromentally friendly and cheaper to run!
plus its cheaper and retro and will outlive the electric scooter by about 50 years +
Save the planet, buy a honda C50!
http://www.motorera.com/honda/h0050/c50/c50-2.jpg


So digging the retro thing, remember push maxi's and these bombing around on fields as a kid. So want one now!
#10
sorry, but i prefer this

http://www.cycledragon.com/hyosung-motorcycles/im/hyosung-gt-250-r-black.jpg

:whistling:
#11
wordsworth;5998576
So digging the retro thing, remember push maxi's and these bombing around on fields as a kid. So want one now!

Yes all the Vietcong camera stealing Devils loved these........." Me so Hooooorny"............:thumbsup:
#12
Keep buying any kind of bike, we need all the organ doors we can get.
#13
Well if you want something a bit more gutsy then the Vectrix rivals a 400cc bike for acceleration (though obviously not for top speed):

http://www.reactionelectric.co.uk/motorcycles.htm
#14
guv
This has 1500W vice firebox 1400W. - But Firebox has a 11% topcashback incentive.

The battery life and replacement cost are the key here. @ £150 every 18 months for the firebox one - saying 8p per charge becomes a bit irrelivant!


The cost of the batteries is dropping and they are expected to cost considerably less in 18-24 months.
#15
http://photos22.flickr.com/28174310_7d2ef19a5a_m.jpg

Reply to mus_ne:

And I prefer this but it's beside the point, this scooter is supposed to be enviromentally friendly!!!
#16
mus_ne;5998637
sorry, but i prefer this

http://www.cycledragon.com/hyosung-motorcycles/im/hyosung-gt-250-r-black.jpg

:whistling:


Thats my bike (seriously!) (but mine heavily modded :P )
http://i52.photobucket.com/albums/g12/adamck/abarth/1.jpg
#17
androoski
The cost of the batteries is dropping and they are expected to cost considerably less in 18-24 months.


Harrods considerably less or Poundland considerably less? :D
#18
adamck
410 mpg
[FONT=Arial]costs around £4 to fill its 4L tank[/FONT]
so its pretty damn good and alot less than £600 to buy


Not a real life figure of course as it assumes a constant of 33mph. Still fuel consumption is impressive. Why doesn't everyone ride these.
#19
surboy
http://photos22.flickr.com/28174310_7d2ef19a5a_m.jpg

Reply to mus_ne:

And I prefer this but it's beside the point, this scooter is supposed to be enviromentally friendly!!!


Quite. Your bikes seem to have far too much silicon in them. :whistling:
#20
Keep buying any kind of bike, we need all the organ doors we can get.


so true.
#21
listerdude;5998892
Not a real life figure of course as it assumes a constant of 33mph. Still fuel consumption is impressive. Why doesn't everyone ride these.

Try Pullin the Birds with one of these at 20 years old...:whistling:....oh and the weather could have something to do with it as well.
#22
Why doesn't everyone ride these.


Where do you buy one? they look fun ...
#23
Anyone know where i can buy a good C50 Honda for a good price - what is the MPG on this again
#24
Anyone know anything about insurance on these things? Do you need it? Is it cheaper than insuring a car for example?

Tempted to get one to commute, costs a fortune in petrol at the mo
#25
http://failblog.files.wordpress.com/2009/07/fail-owned-bike-repair-fail.jpg?w=500&h=379

Any one for this ? runs forever on (wo)man power and needs no petrol or electricity. nearly stylish to mus_ne: bike..

edit: pics from fail blog
#26
tonyg1962
We always called the " Clunks" because of the noise they make when you put them in gear, I might see if i can find one of these for nostalgias sake :thumbsup:

Good luck. Tidy ones fetch collectors money now.
#27
Ah, the famous Xufeng (not)!

The Vietnamese all buy Japanese rather than cheaper Chinese scooters because of the poor quality of the latter. If it retails for £600 imagine how little it cost to make!

Good luck to the Chinese for leading the way on these electric ones but I'd be very wary of quality, parts backup, etc. A bit of a novelty but you probably need to be prepared to junk it when the battery or some other part wears out. A road vehicle needs dealer support.
#28
davelfc
Keep buying any kind of bike, we need all the organ doors we can get.


My neighbour is a copper and that's what he calls motorbike riders. I've seen somebody die in a nasty accident on a motorbike which wasn't the bikers fault - and that's the problem with them - if you make a mistake, you die; if somebody in a car makes a mistake, you die.
#29
davelfc
Keep buying any kind of bike, we need all the organ doors we can get.


Whats an organ door? Does it play sea shanty's? :thumbsup::p
#30
Hondo
Try Pullin the Birds with one of these at 20 years old...:whistling:....oh and the weather could have something to do with it as well.


if you need a car/bike to pull women something seriously wrong with you
#31
do you need bike licence for these.
#32
shedboy66;5999435
if you need a car/bike to pull women something seriously wrong with you

Hmm yes just wait till you leave school.........you will soon find out all about women.......... :)......shedboy.....lol
#33
siddhant4u
http://failblog.files.wordpress.com/2009/07/fail-owned-bike-repair-fail.jpg?w=500&h=379

Any one for this ? runs forever on (wo)man power and needs no petrol or electricity. nearly stylish to mus_ne: bike..

edit: pics from fail blog


Love that upgraded ZXR400 :)

How did the exhaust end up on the wrong side?
#34
Ordered, thanks. H & R added.
#35
should i get one or not hmm

http://i.expansys.com/i/b/b177610.jpg
#36
Teqnophile
do you need bike licence for these.


You probably need a CBT as it's classed as a vehicle, but is restricted to 30.
#37
Now the spotty thick little Chavs can get on the road for less!!
#38
KungFu_Kid
Now the spotty thick little Chavs can get on the road for less!!


But at least now they can go about their business nice and quietly :)

Don't get me wrong, I'm not anti noise just anti horrible scooter noise.
#39
Hmm... here is a random fact.... Honda had made over 4 million engines..... from their tests only 1 out of that 4 million failed.... or some random doo dah number...
#40
great price heat added

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