Many might not be aware of Xiaomi’s activity in the electric scooter market. But in fact, this brand has successfully launched a few models that were selling like hotcakes. Today, the manufacturer released several amazing products for various niches. But we guess the new Mijia Electric Scooter 3 Lite was in the spotlight. The scooter is scheduled to appear in the stores as soon as April 5 starting at 1999 yuan ($314).
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Main Upgrades in Mijia Electric Scooter 3 Lite
The Mijia Electric Scooter 3 Lite is 10mm thinner than the Mijia Electric Scooter 1S. It also lowers the center of gravity to provide a more stable riding. At the same time, the pedals are wider by 10mm, making it more stable and comfortable to stand. The latter is one of the most important features of any electric scooter.
The Mijia Electric Scooter 3 Lite is made of high-strength aluminum alloy material. Due to it, the body is lighter and easier to carry.
In terms of design, the Mijia Electric Scooter 3 Lite adopts an integrated display screen. It displays numbers bolder while the gear mark is highlighted so that riders could get all necessary information at a glance. It has a T-shaped minimalist forehead. Thanks to a special design, it moves down the light to “reduce the burden” on the forehead. Such an approach also increases the screen ratio, optimizing the screen control experience. Plus, it combines the previously divided display areas into a whole. At the same time, the front hub cover is set to add retro elements.
Our protagonist is available in two color variants black and white.
The Mijia Electric Scooter 3 Lite provides a 13% improved climbing ability, a maximum speed of 25km/h, rated power of 250W, and has a battery life of 20km. So it will easily meet the needs of short-distance travelers.
It is worth mentioning that the Mijia Electric Scooter 3 Lite supports up to 3 power modes. They include pedestrian mode, standard mode, and sports mode. As you guess, they are for different styles of riding. But what’s more important, depending on them, the power consumption will differ as well.
Of course, this electric scooter supports app control. But the latter has got some improvements as well. For instance, now, users can see the estimated mileage, fixed speed, taillights, and other information directly on the home page. If there are some abnormal cases, the app will notify you about them via pop-up windows.