Save $300 on MOD Easy 3 e-bike with sidecar options, 1-day all-time low on Greenworks Utility e-bike, NIU KQi3 Pro e-scooter, more

With so many of the e-bike sales we’ve recently covered either ending in the next few days or having already ended (be sure to check out our collection of summer e-bike deals below), today’s Green Deals are here to give you a few more EV discounts to consider. Leading the pack is the unique and stylish MOD Easy 3 e-bike for $2,999 shipped, along with alternate variations including a sidecar attachment. It is joined by the very first discount we’ve seen on the new Greenworks 80V 20-inch Fat-Tire Utility e-bike that is at $1,700 – but only for today! There’s also the surprise price cut on NIU’s KQi3 Pro Foldable Electric Scooter down to a new $480 low. Plus, all the other hangover Green Deals that are still alive and well.

Head below for other New Green Deals we’ve found today and, of course, Electrek’s best EV buying and leasing deals. Also, check out the new Electrek Tesla Shop for the best deals on Tesla accessories.

MOD Easy 3 e-bike oozes the unique style of iconic motorcycles starting at $2,999

Running alongside MOD Bikes’ summer sale through the end of the month, there are some new models that are are also benefitting from the savings event and deserve a little spotlight time for their unique style, like the updated MOD Easy 3 e-bike for $2,999 shipped, along with its variations. Going for $3,299 normally, it comes in today as a $300 markdown and lands at the lowest price we have seen since the brand came to our attention. You can learn some more about this e-bike (and its additional sidecar attachment) by reading through our hands-on review of its earlier design.

With the MOD Easy 3 e-bike you’re getting quality parts with undeniably unique style, coming in two colorways, a charcoal black and an army green (which kind of gives off the vibe of the classic Indian 741 Scout motorcycles paired with its frame). It arrives stocked with a 750W rear brushless geared hub motor (1,000W peak), a removable 720Wh MOD Samsung Powerpack battery, and five levels of pedal assistance supported by a new torque sensor (upgraded from previous version’s cadence sensor).

MOD’s Easy 3 e-bike cruises around town at top speeds of 28 MPH for up to 50 miles as is, or up to 100 miles when you purchase an extra battery for it. You’ll also find other features like a 7-speed Shimano drivetrain, an integrated LED headlight and taillight with brake light functionality, a thumb throttle for pure electric action, fenders for both wheels, a rear cargo rack, hydraulic disc brakes, a bell, and an S3 smart color display with a USB port for charging your devices (another upgrade from the earlier simple LCD display) and password security for locking the e-bike.

Now there are two additional configurations for this e-bike that involve adding a sidecar attachment with a padded seat inside, among others. The above e-bike can be upgraded to the MOD Easy Sidecar 3 for an additional $1,000, which does seem steep, especially if you’re considering it for taking your kids out and about with you – cause you can attach a child’s seat to the rear rack in that case. The side car only has a 150 pound payload, but keep in mind that just like on any motorcycle, there are no seatbelts here – but there are dedicated D-ring anchor points to secure your dog’s leash or harness. There’s also a cheaper option for a sidecar in the MOD Easy Ape Hanger 3 e-bike for $2,999, down from $3,299. It has much of the same features and specs, but with a much more simplistic, toned-down design that features chopper handlebars, plus its at the same price as the standalone Easy 3.

Greenworks 80V 20-inch Venture Fat-Tire Utility e-bike within post for MOD Easy 3 e-bike

Greenworks’ new 80V 20-inch Venture Fat-Tire Utility e-bike gets first official discount to $1,700 low

As part of its Deals of the Day, Best Buy is offering the new Greenworks 80V 20-inch Venture Fat-Tire Utility e-bike for $1,699.99 shipped. Sitting at its $2,200 price tag since it first released at the start of the new year, this is the very first chance to save on this model that we have seen anywhere – including over at Amazon, where we’ve only seen two discounts on this new line of EVs, but on the 26-inch All-Terrain Fat-Tire Mountain e-bike. You’re getting a solid $500 markdown here that sets a new all-time low going forward and even beats Greenworks’ website where it is still listed at its MSRP.

This e-bike from Greenworks’ new e-transportation line comes stocked with a 750W brushless rear hub motor alongside a removable 80V 4.0Ah battery and three levels of pedal assistance supported by a torque sensor. It tops out at speeds of 20 MPH for up to 22 miles, but can be fully recharged in a convenient 40-to 60-minute timeframe. Its important to note here that the 4.0Ah battery is not just confined to serving the e-bike’s power needs, but is also compatible with 75+ other tools within the company’s 80V ecosystem, allowing you to swap in other batteries you may already have for extended riding times or use this bike’s battery for jobs around your home.

Among its features you’ll find a 7-speed Shimano gear-shift system, 26-inch by 4-inch Kenda fat tires, dual mechanical disc brakes, an IPX4 waterproof rating, a high-intensity LED headlight, and a digital LCD display that gives you real-time performance data alongside typical setting controls – including Bluetooth connection for further personalization and tracking your travels.

NIU KQi3 Pro Foldable Electric Scooter within post for MOD Easy 3 e-bike

NIU’s KQi3 Pro Foldable Electric Scooter hits new $480 low

The official NIU Amazon storefront is offering the best deal to date on its NIU KQi3 Pro Foldable Electric Scooter for $479.98 shippedafter clipping the on-page $120 off coupon. Already down from its normal $799 price tag, this particular model has only seen a handful of discounts since the new year began, mostly in one-day deals from Best Buy down to $600. Coming in today as a massive, combined 40% markdown, you’re looking at a solid $319 in savings at the all-time lowest price we have tracked – beating out its former $599 Black Friday low for the title. This is a limited-time deal, so keep in mind that there’s no telling how long it will remain live, if you were planning to sleep on the decision.

The NIU KQi3 Pro offers an affordable, longer-than-normal-commuting solution of 31 miles on a single charge at 20 MPH top speeds, matching or coming near many popular e-bike models that go for more. It sports a 350W rear drive motor and a 48V battery that can handle 20% inclines together, as well as wider 21-inch handlebars and 9.5-inch rubber pneumatic tires. Its triple braking system gives you superior stopping power, with braking lights on its backside and a bright Halo headlight for evening or night time cruises, ensuring a safer journey. You’ll also get complete smart controls through the NIU app, letting you monitor or adjust settings, but more importantly it allows for the scooter to be locked for added security.

Amazon also has the NIU KQi3 Max Foldable Electric Scooter discounted as well, from its usual $999 price down to $700. The big upgrades on this model, compared to its predecessor above, is the increase from a 31-mile range to a 40-mile range on a single charge, and a slight bump up in speed, topping off at a maximum 23.6 MPH. The other big difference is the inclusion of self-healing tires that are able to seal themselves if and when punctured, giving you a more worry-free ride.

Summer e-bike deals!

Jackery Explorer 240 v2 Portable Power Station within post for MOD Easy 3 e-bike

Other new Green Deals landing this week

The savings this week are also continuing to a collection of other markdowns. To the same tune as the offers above, these all help you take a more energy-conscious approach to your routine. Winter means you can lock in even better off-season price cuts on electric tools for the lawn while saving on EVs and tons of other gear.

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