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Super Soco CPx set for imminent arrival in Oz

2021 Super SOCO CPx
2021 Super SOCO CPx

SUPER SOCO is releasing its most powerful electric scooter into the Australian market in the coming weeks, with the full-sized CPx now on its way to showrooms.

Designed from the ground up to meet the needs of the urban commuter, the Super SOCO CPx is fitted with a host of features and the latest technology, to help it effortlessly navigate demanding city-wide endeavours.

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Technology forms the backbone of every design element of the CPx, including an advanced battery management system which aids in keeping your battery in peak condition for longer, and USB charging to keep you connected on the go.

Super SOCO’s CPx also features a reverse function to help manoeuvre it into parking spots with greater ease. With keyless ignition, an inbuilt alarm and wheel locking, it offers peace of mind throughout every part of your journey.

Like its larger sibling, the Super SOCO TC MAX, the battery (or batteries) can be charged in the bike or removed and charged where convenient. Super Soco claim a $0.45c cost per charge, which is quiet impressive.

With a maximum top speed of up to 90km/h, the Super SOCO CPx is zippy enough to keep up with inner city traffic. The range of the CPx is a claimed 75km, but as with most electric products, this will be based on a range of environmental and rider variants.

A dual battery option takes the riding range to up to 140km, with the scooter maximising distance from the dual Lithium Ion batteries.

Australia will receive three colourways for the Super Soco Cpx, including Sonic Silver, Phantom Black and Titanium Grey. Pricing will start from $7,690 ride away and will come with a 2-year 10,000km warranty. The Super SOCO CPx will be LAMS compliant.

For further information, contact your local Super SOCO dealer.

2021 Super Soco CPx
2021 Super SOCO CPx
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Andrew Jenkin is a motoring enthusiast, with a passion for two and four wheels. It's pretty much a given there'll be at least two motorbikes in his garage and he needs no excuses to hit the open road. Andrew grew up reading magazines like Street Machine and Heavy Duty and has a love for all things performance.

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