Interested in an Eco-Exo-R, but would like to know if it would be possible to squeeze in a tandem seat for a child. I realise the Eco-Exo can accomodate some form of tandem, but I really want a steering wheel and an accelerator pedal - I wouldn't be comfortable with handle bars
You maybe be able to squeeze in a small child but I can't see what seat you would fit? and you would have to compromise heavily on the drivers space, , I would not want to put one of my boys in that limited space,,,
You would be surprised how comfortable the Eco-Exo really is,,, come and have a go! No harm in looking the demo is up for grabs too,,,,
Andrew The Eco-Exo R has next to no space behind the driver. If you are of average height and weight, you may be able to squeeze 7 to 8 inches with the seat in the normal operating position. I am currently modifying a fiberglass compartment that houses the battery and starting solenoid. The box only allows 8 inches of girth at the widest part. It tapers to about 6" toward the top. I am 5'-10" and need the seat back as far as possible. If you are on the "slight" side, there still isn't enough room with the Tillet seat. If you use the OEM Burgman seat you will be pressed against the steering wheel and like it or not you will be driving in a straight line because at this point, steering isn't an option.. It would be impossible. If you buy Scott's black demonstrator, it has handlebars and you will have enough of room in the cockpit but not tons of it. It is essentially a single passenger trike that two REALLY CLOSE FRIENDS can ride. The driver uses the passenger as a backrest. That might sound pretty nice or pretty bad depending on who the passenger is.