Kiwo arrives in Mexico with its affordable electric cars

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Every day, people are becoming more concerned about autonomous mobility, as many no longer wish to use the available public transportation systems, such as buses, subways, metrobus, etc. However, owning a car has become very expensive over the years.

People have been turning to alternatives such as bicycles or electric scooters, and even to cars that are powered by electricity, like Kiwo, an electric car brand that seeks to reach more Mexican homes with its incredible price and autonomy.

Kiwo is a Chinese company of electric cars, scooters, and motorcycles that aims to leave fossil fuels in the past and enter a new technological era with its low-cost electric vehicles, ideal for those seeking road autonomy but who are on a tight budget.

If you’re looking for a car that can help you get around in your day-to-day life, that can play your favorite songs, and above all, that helps you save on public transport fares, Kiwo is a great option. This car has an electric charge autonomy, seating for three people, radio, windshield wipers, USB plug, and even fog lights.

How much does Kiwo cost?

Kiwo has arrived in Mexico, and it’s through the affordable Waldo’s stores that you can acquire these electric vehicles for only 99,999.99 Mexican pesos, as it is currently on offer due to its recent arrival in Aztec lands, and its original price is 119,999.99 pesos.

Kiwo is an excellent car for short distances, as the same page recommends not using it for highway trips or driving it on main avenues because its maximum speed is 60 kilometers per hour.

You can find Kiwo available through the official Waldo’s page or at various official distributors in different cities of the country such as Guadalajara, Baja California, Mérida, Monterrey, Cuautitlán Izcalli, and Mexico City.

But if driving a car in the city is not your thing, don’t worry, there are different offers and options for all types of people, from scooters to electric motorcycles that adapt to any lifestyle, and with very affordable prices ranging from 20 thousand pesos to 7 thousand.

Source: Milenio