Impressions at the scooter test
As long as driven with 45 km/h there is nothing negative at the vehicle dynamic of both scooters. Only downhill at 80km/h are differences.
This are only subjective impressions, where I can not support with technical datas.
Both test vehicles are according to EU regulations limited to 45 km/h. This is very clear to see at the A meter from the E-Max 110S. Just accelerating shows the Ampere bar 100%, just after reaching 45km/h on a flat road, this goes down to 20%.
Only downhill can both scooters roll much faster than 45 km/h.
Already at my long time test vehicle E-Max S, I thought at fast downhill driving, what do I have from an electric scooter with 80 top speed, when I have not the courage to drive 80 km/h.
E-Max develops with the same undercarriage also the 190L, an up to 100km/h fast electric scooter to compete in the 125ccm class.
On the mountain street downhill, this was to recognise, there was no subjective feeling of uncertainty.