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Date: December 22, 2023
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By Mobility Portal
Latin America

How much does it cost to give electric scooters as Christmas gifts in Latin America?

Electric mobility is setting the trend in Latin America, and giving electric scooters as Christmas gifts is presented as an innovative and sustainable option. Mobility Portal Latin America provides a brief overview of the main markets.

When it comes to giving gifts, it’s always important to think about their usefulness and impact to avoid wasting money.

Therefore, with the rise of technology, why not consider placing an electric scooter under the Christmas tree?

The key is to carefully analyze the technical specifications to ensure that the gift meets the user’s expectations.

Additionally, researching the availability of after-sales services, maintenance, and repairs can be crucial for a long-term experience.

Likewise, exploring financing options and local discounts can make the investment even more attractive.

And last but not least, taking in account the safety elements that should accompany its use, and checking the traffic regulations that depend on the specific city.


In Argentina, quality electric scooters can be found starting from $600 and upwards.

At Weego, the Air Pro is priced at $600 USD. The website indicates a real range of approximately 25 kilometers and a maximum speed of 35 km/h.

Another example is RVN. The most affordable model starts at $1,231,000 argentine pesos. With a 48v 15.6 Ah battery, rear 600w motor, a maximum speed of 40 km/h, and a range of 45 km.

Niu KQi3 Pro

The KQi3 Pro from Niu, marketed by NUUV, with a speed of 25 km/h and a range of up to 50 km, costs $1,265,000.

Meanwhile, the Airwheel Zero 9 is available for $1,199 USD. It features a 48v 13 Ah battery, a range of 50 kilometers, and a maximum speed of 45 km/h.

It is crucial to consider import taxes, which can significantly increase the final cost of the gift.

Consumers should evaluate available options and look for local sellers that offer financing solutions.


In the Chilean market, electric scooters range from $300 to $1000 USD, depending on the brand and features.

Air T15 Segway

Here, it’s also advisable to explore financing options from banks, especially considering that the market is embracing electromobility as a public policy.

The Niu KQi Youth electric scooter, designed exclusively for children aged 6 to 12, has a maximum speed of 16 km/h and a range of up to 11.5 km. It is priced at $259,990 chilean pesos at E-way.

The Smart E-Scooter Segway Air T15 at Be Electric is available for $399,990, featuring a maximum speed of 20 km/h and a maximum range of 15 km.

The Niu KQi3 Pro electric scooter at e-mobility Chile is priced at $599,000. Positioned in the high-end range, its main features include a 350W motor, a range of up to 50 km, and a 48V 10Ah battery.


In Colombia, the diversity of offerings is reflected in the prices of electric scooters, ranging from $400 USD.

Xiaomi 4 Lite

In the case of Tu Patineta, the Xiaomi 4 Lite is priced at $1,999,900 colombian pesos. It has a maximum power of 500W, a top speed of 25 km/h, and a range of 20 kilometers.

At Liebre Naranja, one of the popular choices is the Go Green F5, available at $2,290,000. It has a power of 350W, a maximum speed of 35 km/h, and an average range of 35 kilometers.

On the official Segway website in the country, the Ninebot UIFI 1 is available for pre-order at $3,689,900. It features a 300W motor, a maximum speed of 32 km/h, and a range of 45 kilometers.


Electric scooters are available in a wide price range, starting from $400 USD, with models that can exceed $1000.

Vsett MINI

In addition to imported options, some local manufacturers offer competitive alternatives that may better suit the needs and budgets of Mexican consumers.

The electric scooter model KIMO S2-N, featuring a nominal power motor of 300W, a range of 25 km, and a maximum speed of 25 km/h, is priced at $11,000 mexican pesos.

For the Vsett MINI, available through ZE-Scooters MX, the price is $17,500. It comes with a 350W motor, a maximum speed of 30 km/h in S mode, and a maximum range of around 30 km.

As for the electric scooter T8 HONEY WHALE, with a maximum speed of 62 km/h, a range between 40-45 km, and a maximum power of 950×2 W, it is marketed at $25,999.

For more news on electromobility in Latin America, visit the Mobility Portal Latinoamérica.

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