Super Soco CPx follows on their footstep. Even though this is not technically a maxi-scooter, it feels like one.
The front section is bulkier with textured panels, which are further enhanced by the sporty decals.
It gets an independent handlebar, complete with menacing dual LED headlamps and a large windshield.
Compared to the front section, the side styling is even more aggressive.
It gets a large road presence with its exposed carbon steel frame, 3D CPx emblem, metal foot pegs, and comfortable seats.
CPx also comes with larger and thicker tubeless tyres that are aggressively styled on their own. These elements proudly showcase its sporty character.
The length is longer than one might expect from an electric.
It features one of the longest and most comfortable seats. The seating material is well-cushioned, and a perfect companion for long rides.
Super Soco CPX is powered by a 4000W EEC engine that can generate a max torque of 171Nm. It is capable of an impressive top speed of 95Km/h. Moreover, it comes with a 60V45AH battery with a 15A fast charger.
Super Soco Nepal claims that it takes around 3.5 hrs to fully charge the battery and the vehicle provides a range of 100km. Unlike its entry-level cousin, CPX comes with a fast charger as standard!
Honestly, these are impressive specs, even for a 150cc equivalent scooter.
Super Soco is also offering a 3-year warranty on the battery and a 2-year warranty on the motor.
Super Soco packs in loads of features. It should be unsurprising, given its premium asking price.
Super Soco CPx comes with dual-disc brakes. Like the affordable Super Soco CUx, the CPx also comes with Combi-Barking System (CBS) as standard.
While I would have loved to see any kind of ABS here.
But after experiencing the braking performance, I think CBS is also fine. However, Super Soco should have included ABS for the price.
Super Soco CPx gets a front telescopic and rear centralized mono-shock.
The suspension feel is nice.
It balances well between the soft and hard settings. In real-world conditions, the scooter is perfect for both off-road and city-road conditions.
Battery and Range
Super Soco CPx comes with a 60V45AH battery. It comes with a 15A fast charger, capable of full charge in just 3.5 hours.
As claimed, the fast charger is capable of charging the battery in 3-4 hours.
There is a unique holder, located under the seat, for both the charger and battery. Additionally, there is an extra slot for a second battery.
After a full charge, a rider can choose from three different modes: Mode 1, Mode 2, and Mode 3. Each mode increment increases power and torque.
In real-world settings, we got an average range of 75-80Km. We got this range after continuously toggling between the three modes.
While this range might not sound impressive, it will be after considering performance.
Nonetheless, you can easily get the claimed range of 100km if you ride it economically in Mode 1.
Anti-Theft Security System
Super Soco CPx comes with a state-of-art anti-theft security system. It can be activated or deactivated from its unique key.
When the security system is active, it sounds like an alarm whenever there is an unauthorized movement of the scooter.
If the unauthorized movement continues, then it locks the wheel that prevents it from any further movements.
Other Interesting Features
Super Soco CPx comes with another list of cool new features like light-sensing LED Headlight, stylish LED tail lamp, smart cockpit dashboard, USB-charging, and keyless go.
The LCD dashboard is super informative, providing necessary rider telemetry. However, it lacks the necessary switch, taking slight hits on its user-friendliness.
While it misses out on extra features like cruise control and hazard lights, it manages to get a reverse switch.
The feature will allow riders to auto-reverse the CPx effortlessly.
My Experience with Super Soco CPx
Mode One Performance
I was already impressed with CUx.
It had set the stage for my initial expectation for Super Soco CPx. Unlike CUx, CPx carries a high asking price.
So, there should be no room for complaints.
While the eScooter misses out on features like ABS and under-seat storage, it puts most of the cost into its performance.
The 4kw motor makes it the most powerful eScooter in Nepal. After testing its performance on an open highway, we believe it!
Riding Modes,Achieved Top-Speed
Mode 1, 40Kmph - 46Kmph
Mode 2, 50Kmph - 60Kmph
Mode 3, 60Kmph - 70Kmph
It was more than capable in its Mode 1. In city roads or daily commutes, Mode 1 should be enough.
Surprisingly, the performance was unhinged despite the 115Kg kerb weight.
The punchy engine only added to its cornering ability. Plus, the scooter remained stable and sturdy in almost all conditions.
Surely enough, Super Soco CPx comes with mind-blowing performance. Despite that level of performance, it still manages to be efficient and cost-effective.
Super Soco CPx consumes 2-3 units for a full charger.
In comparison, CPx can be considered even more efficient after taking its performance into factor.
It provides more range than the CUx, more performance, and more features.
Conclusion: Is It Worth It?
Like a painting or digital art, the worth of this bike depends on the eye of the beholder.
Super Soco CPx packs in a punch in almost all aspects: Power, style, performance, and features.
It shows us what the future of e-mobility holds; a performance that is noise-less and vibration-less. While the pricing might be a hindrance now, it might not be the case in the future.
That being said, some of us want an electric scooter as well as a power performer.
If you care about it, more than the range or battery, then Super Soco CPx is the one for you.