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The ARI 345 Pikcup is a three-wheeled delivery moped with an open driver's cab and a tiltable pickup bed. The vehicle body is available in three sizes with a loading length of up to 1.55 meters and around 1.8 m² loading area. The vehicle can already be driven with a moped driving license in many countries. As a pickup with 325 kg cargo load, the ARI 345 is particularly suitable for inner-city use by delivery services, landscaping companies and construction companies. Practical accessories such as a lattice box or a tarpaulin structure are available for the loading platform.

Cargo Moped ARI 345 Pickup

Vmax

45 km/h

Power

1,6 kW

Load capacity

105 kg

Range

55 km

CO2 emission

0

Extra urban

3,6 kWh

Combined

3,2 kWh

Urban

2,8 kWh

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Low acquisition costs

The ARI Motors electric vehicles impress with their low prices. The ARI 345 cargo moped with a pickup body is available from 5,995 EUR plus VAT. Getting started with electromobility can be so inexpensive!

Low maintenance costs

Even after purchase, the cargo mopeds are very cheap to maintain. The vehicles are tax-exempt until 2030. The operating costs per 100 kilometers for the cargo trike ARI 345 are just around 1.20 EUR at an electricity price of 20 cents per kWh. In addition, affordable insurance rates are possible through our partners.

Subsidies in many countries

The ARI Motors electric vehicles are subsidized by many countries of the world or in their federal states and municipalities. In this way, the low purchase prices can be subsidized again with several thousand euros. Please check the subsidies for electric mobility in your region or contact us for more information.

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45 km/h

Cargo moped with pickup loading bed

With the ARI 345 Box, ARI Motors offers an agile cargo moped with a top speed of 45 km/h (28 mph). This means that the vehicle can already be driven with a moped license in many countries. Thanks to the cabin roof and 3-point belt, the cargo trike can also be driven without a helmet.

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100 km

Second battery pack available!

With the built-in battery, up to 55 kilometers (34 mi.) can be achieved as standard; an additional battery pack is available as an option, which allows the ARI 345 Box to travel up to 100 kilometers (62 mi.).

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Battery included

The battery is always included

The batteries installed in ARI Motors vehicles are of course always included in the vehicle price and are not charged separately or on a monthly basis. In addition to the standard batteries, we optionally offer high-performance batteries for even more range.

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Space for ideas

Lots of space for individual ideas

The ARI 345 cargo moped can take a cargo load of 325 kg and its pickup body is available in three sizes: with a load length of 1.23 meters, 1.32 meters or 1.55 meters. In addition, the platform can be equipped with useful accessories such as lashing eyes or a lattice box.

And the equipment? ...Quite extensive!

Extended standard equipment

In the basic equipment of the ARI 345, in addition to the standard built-in battery, MP3 player with Bluetooth function, a reversing camera and a USB charging connection are included as standard.

Useful additional equipment

Optionally, the ARI 345 is also available with practical accessories such as a solar panel for more range, bumpers on both side as well as front and back, a cooling system in the box body or a roof rack.

Free test drive

Inquire now without obligation

Whether at home or in your company, we will bring an ARI Motors electric vehicle of your choice over so that you can get an idea of ​​it for yourself and test the vehicle extensively.

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