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Seat launches a 3-in-1 mobility offer with a car, an electric motorcycle and an e-scooter





a car parked in front of a palm tree: The Seat Move package is a three-in-one mobility offer including a car, an electric motorcycle and an electric kick scooter.


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The Seat Move package is a three-in-one mobility offer including a car, an electric motorcycle and an electric kick scooter.

Seat is launching a new mobility solution offering the rental of — with the option to buy — a car, an electric motorcycle and an electric kick scooter. From €249 a month, users in France can have all three modes of transport at home, as well as the freedom to choose the one that best suits each trip.

Spanish manufacturer Seat is launching a new mobility offer in France called Move, combining the car model of your choice with a Seat MÓ 125 electric motorcycle and a MÓ 25 or 65 electric kick scooter. It is also possible to choose only a motorcycle or an e-scooter to accompany your new car, depending on your needs. The Seat Move application offers a route planner to find out which vehicle makes the best choice for your journey, as an alternative to public transport. The offer including all three modes of transport is already available, starting at €249 a month for 37 months, under a lease with option to buy agreement, after an initial payment of €1,950.
The scheme sees Seat become the first manufacturer to offer a three-in-one multimodal mobility solution. It is a logical next step after the firm created its MÓ division in 2020, offering mobility solutions specially adapted to the city, with the Seat MÓ 125 electric motorcycle and the MÓ 25 and 65 kick scooters in its range. These are the models that are now included in the Seat Move offer.
The Seat MÓ 125 has a 7 kW electric motor promising a maximum speed of 95 km/h. Its range is estimated at just over 130 km on a single charge. Its removable battery can be recharged in any domestic socket or public charging station. As for the electric kick scooters, these are limited to a maximum speed of 20 km/h, and have a range of 25 and 65 km, respectively — as their names suggest.

David Bénard

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