Mazi uses E-Boda to accelerate the transition to efficient, affordable, and clean transport in the city.
The startup also introduced battery swapping stations that provide on-demand energy, reducing transportation costs by 50pc.
The MK3 offers a choice between a single and dual battery, capable of up to 70km and 140km of range, respectively.
Mazi, which is backed by global Venture Builder, Satgana, is taking a multi-stakeholder approach to drive the e-mobility sector forward by working with bodaboda operators, technical institutions, and manufacturers to ensure the successful implementation of their service.
“Mazi is not just an EV company, we are advocates for a sustainable mass mobility change,” says Jesse Forrester, Co-Founder, and CEO at Mazi Mobility.
“At Mazi, we believe that Africans should be able to move efficiently, and affordably across cities at less than the price of personal vehicle ownership while reducing CO2 emissions. What industry is better to see this change than the boda one? Mazi is taking a long approach to mobility, we don’t want to just have the same status quo but with electric vehicles. At Mazi we move people, data and things. Twende Kazi na Mazi!”