After more than 75 years honing their expertise in robust four-wheel drives that can easily tackle the most treacherous terrains out there, American automaker Jeep has now turned its sights to the first two-wheel creation from the brand, launching a QuietKat-powered off-road e-Bike for its adventurous fan base.
Upholding its reputation for making powerful overlanders, Jeep has equipped its new electric bike with a 750W BAFANG M620 motor which can generate up to 160Nm of torque, equivalent to three times the amount offered by other commuter e-bikes on the market. A 1.5kWh battery provides an impressive range of up to 40 miles, while its four-piston hydraulic disc, 150mm air suspension fork, RockShox Monarch RL rear shock, 10-speed transmission, and 4.8-inch fat tires allow you to take on any off-road terrain imaginable. The model will be made in both a smaller 17-inch size and a larger 19-inch version to better suit your height as well.
The new Jeep e-Bike is now available over at QuietKat, starting at $5,900 USD. Head over to learn more.
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