The e-scooter Explorer ESA 1919 was sold out online at Lidl for 349 euros within a very short time. And this despite the fact that the discounter now asked 50 euros more than in November for the identical Doc Green ESA5000 (see news
If you went out empty-handed then or now, you can get the e-scooter from Autoteile Unger (ATU) in the online shop. The large car replacement dealer also offers the Explorer ESA 1919 there for 349 euros, but – unlike Lidl – does not charge any shipping costs (here you can go directly to the offer).
Original news from 02/12/2020:
Already in January, CHIP got the tip that Lidl will soon sell an e-scooter with street approval again. According to the informant, we are supposed to have the same model at the same price. The news
came as no surprise to us, after all, the Lidl e-scooter in the online shop was sold out after only a few hours in November. In view of this high demand, it only makes sense that Lidl is now offering a new batch of e-scooters.
What does the e-scooter cost?
Lidl sells the street-legal e-scooter purely online for 349 euros, plus a shipping fee of 4.95 euros (click here for the offer). Apparently, the e-scooter normally costs around 500 euros.
Is it another e-scooter?
So the current e-scooter costs 50 euros more than that of November. And the name has also changed: Lidl speaks of the Explorer E-Scooter ESA 1919 instead of the Doc Green ESA 5000.
However, we know that it is the same model, because the Doc Green ESA 5000 is just a Lidl name. Apart from that, it is traded as Doc Green ESA 1919 and thus corresponds to the Explorer ESA 1919.
In short: Lidl now charges 50 euros or 17 percent more for the same model.