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Zero bikes awarded plug-in grant and cuts prices

Zero Motorcycles has announced that its electric motorcycles have been approved for the UK government’s plug-in grant. The £1500 savings are deducted from the price of the vehicle at the point of sale. No paperwork is required, except a short survey, for the customer to receive the grant.

At the same time, Zero has lowered recommended retail prices on all 2017 models. Motorcycles now start at as little as £8990 (effective price of a new 2017 Zero FX ZF6.5 and Zero FXS ZF6.5 with £1500 grant applied to £10,490 RRP).

“We are thankful for the UK government’s support of electric motorcycles and the future of our sport,” said Umberto Uccelli, MD of Zero Motorcycles Europe. “The £1500 grant on all our models, combined with lowered prices, will help more riders experience the unique excitement of an electric motorcycle, while saving money on fuel and maintenance and reducing their environmental impact.”

New 2017 models are now arriving at authorised Zero dealers in the United Kingdom.


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