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Specifications

BASIC

Dimensions

145.5 in x 55.1 in x 75 in
3700mm x 1400 mm x 1905 mm

Payload Capacity➀

1100 lbs
500 kg

Cargo Volume

123 ft³
3.5 m³

➀ Based on basic box model and normal driving condition.

 

PERFORMANCE

Max Speed➁

25 mph (up to 40 mph off-road)

Range

Up to 50 mi at 25 mph standard

Turning Radius

157 in
4000 mm

Gradeability

30% unloaded and 20% loaded

Acceleration

0-20 mph under 6 s
0-30 km/h under 6 s

Braking Distance

25-0 mph in 25 feet
40-0 km/h in 7.5 m

➁ Max Speed is set by state regulation for Neighbor Electric Vehicles, it is 25 mph in most states.

 

DRIVE SYSTEM

Battery Type

Gel Lead Acid

Operating Voltage

72 VDC

Motor Nominal Power

10 kW

Motor Peak Power

24 kW

 

CHASSIS

Drive

2WD rear

Front Suspension

Leaf spring independent suspension

Rear Suspension

Transverse coil shock independent

Brake

Four wheel disc

Tire

175/65 R14

Bodywork

Reinforced ABS

 

STANDARD FEATURES

12-volt Power Outlet
Dome light
Overhead console storage
Rubber floor mat
AM FM Bluetooth USB stereo
Hands Free Phone
Electrical power steering
Passenger vanity mirror
Seat with headrest
Cabin heater
Ignition key
Sun visors
Central locking system
Locking cabin doors
Power brakes
Windshield defroster
Cup holder
Onboard diagnostics
Back-up camera
Back-up Alarm
Windshield wiper

 

OPTIONAL FEATURES AND ACCESSORIES

110VAC 20A Power Source
Electric dump bed
Extended range battery packs
Extended life and range with lithium battery pack
Navigation
Telematics
Emergency caution light package
Exterior Work Lights
Refrigerated cargo box
Law enforcement/ Security package

 

About Low Speed Vehicles (LSV)

The Metro is classified under North America the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) as a Low Speed Vehicles (LSV). The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) under rule 571.500 Standard No. 500 defines a Low-speed vehicle: "Low-speed vehicle means a 4-wheeled motor vehicle, other than a truck, whose speed attainable in 1.6 km (1 mile) is more than 32 kilometers per hour (20 miles per hour) and not more than 40 kilometers per hour (25 miles per hour) on a paved level surface.” The NHTSA has ruled that LSV'S can operate on certain roadways, if they meet the 571.500 safety standards and:

Any person operating a low-speed vehicle must have in his or her possession a valid driver's license.

Metro exceeds the NHTSA safety standards, but there are operational guidelines that apply to the use of the Metro in North America. The States are responsible for the enforcement of Motor Vehicle Laws and the LSV regulations as it applies to the use of the Metro on public highways varies by State.


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