Aprilia E-SR2 EVO Electric Scooter


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The EVO is the latest iteration of the E-SR2. This upgraded version features a 500W brushless motor and a 48V 14.4Ah 691 Wh battery – which promises a range of up to 50km on a single charge.

The upgrade also brings double front and rear suspension for increased comfort on uneven surfaces, a rear KERS electronic brake for supreme stopping power, as well as front, rear and bottom deck LED lights – a standout feature if you want to be seen and look the business at night. 

The ESR2 Evo from Aprilia is a stable, sturdy scooter that clearly has high build quality, which you can feel when riding. Thanks to the front and rear suspension, the scooter feels grounded. The rear suspension in particular, is excellent at removing the kickback at the rear of the scooter when riding over uneven ground.

The Evo utilises a 500W brushless motor, with a massive nearly 700wh battery, and regenerative braking! This allows the Evo to travel up to 50 km (31 miles) per charge, a number that not many other scooters in its price range can reach. However, this does mean the scooter is slightly heavier at 18.5kg.

But in mode 3, the motor is more than powerful enough, and you really feel it when you accelerate, with it quickly getting up to top speed; despite myself being over 90kg in weight and therefore close to the 100kg limit, the scooter did not feel slow. Never did it feel uncomfortably fast either, I always felt in control.

I could see a range of riders using this e-scooter, from novice to more experienced. The added comfort of the suspension really gives you a sense of security on the scooter, especially when going high speeds over bumps in the road.

The Evo is just so comfortable to ride. When I was testing the e-scooter in and around the Electroheads HQ, where much of the road is made up of old Victorian cobbles, it performed really well on this rough terrain. The suspension and the large soft 10-inch tyres do an amazing job at taking the bumps out of the road.

In terms of handling, the high build quality and extra weight of the huge battery do not take away from how agile this scooter is.

Review by Josh Lyons

• Battery: 48V, 14.4Ah, 691Wh
• Charging time: Approx. 7 hours
• Hub motor: 500W brushless
• Max speed: 25 km/h
• Electric power range: Up to 50 km
• Max load: 100kg

• Frame: Aluminium alloy
• Folded dimensions: 1215 x 455 x 550mm
• Unfolded dimensions: 1215 x 455 x 1185mm
• Weight: 18.5kg
• Tyre size: 10 inches / 25.5 cm
• Tyres: 10'' air chamber rear and back
• Front and rear brakes: Double brake- front drum brake and rear disk brake, KERS

• Display: Integrated LED display and bluetooth connection through user app
• Lights: Front, base and rear LED lights