Addmotor M-330 P7

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Release Year
Charge Time
5, 6 Hours
Maximum Range
45, 55 Miles
Top Speed
22 mph
750 W
80 Nm
Volts and Amp Hours
48V 17.5Ah
Wheel Size
Number of Gears
Gearing Type
88 lb
Brake Type
Frame Material

Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the Addmotor M-330 P7. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

15 reasons to buy

  • With front and rear baskets, the M-330 P7 comes ready to shop.
  • The M-330 P7 can carry 350lb of rider and cargo.
  • The M-330’s step-through frame is well-suited to mobility-challenged riders.
  • A 750W front-wheel-hub motor delivers 80Nm of torque, on the M-330 P7.
  • With its compact frame and 20” wheels, this petite trike suits shorter cyclists.
  • A 48V 17.5Ah battery provides 23mi to 65mi of range.
  • A MOZO 50mm suspension fork helps to suppress the jitters.
  • Fat, knobby tires ensure that this trike can roll on roads, dirt & gravel.
  • A telescopic stem fits the M-330 P7 to riders of disparate heights.
  • The trike’s folding and collapsible stem makes it easier to transport.
  • The M-330 P7 comes with an integrated headlight.
  • The M-330’s integrated taillight is activated on braking.
  • Tektro mechanical brakes use motor inhibitors, stopping the trike soundly.
  • The M-330 P7’s battery is removable for charging and lockable for security.
  • A number of owners are pleased with Addmotor’s customer service.

7 reasons not to buy

  • This trike is heavy (88lb), bulky and difficult to lift.
  • With only mechanical brakes, this hefty rig takes force to stop.
  • This trike uses a cadence sensor, which means a small delay in engaging assist.
  • The trike’s motor is powerful and can kick in suddenly.
  • The M-330 P7 is only available in one size.
  • The M-330 P7 doesn’t have any bottle bosses.
  • An owner found this trike’s front wheel could flop and disconnect cables.

Bottom line

The Addmotor M-330 P7 is a compact and small-wheeled Electric Fat Trike. This adult tricycle reassured balance-challenged riders, as long as they slowed down around corners. Turning is a learning experience for riders of any trike. Owners appreciate that the M-330’s handlebar is telescopic and foldable. This makes it suitable for riders of different heights. It also reduces the trike’s size for storage. Despite this, the 88lb weight makes it difficult to lift. The M-330 P7 uses a cadence sensor. This results in a small lag in power delivery. Mechanical brakes deliver less power than hydraulics and take more force to stop. But both of these features lower the trike’s price. With a short-travel suspension fork and knobby tires, the M-330 suits the shopping shenanigans of shorter riders who might find themselves rolling over gravel, grass, or firm dirt roads.

Expert Reviews

0/100 based on 0 rated expert reviews
Electric Bike Review

Addmotor Motan M-330 P7 Review

A heavy-duty and feature-rich cargo electric trike, capable of transporting up to 350 pounds of rider and cargo in the included front and rear baskets. Approachable thanks to a step-thru frame with a low standover height. Large size and weight mean it is difficult to transport in a vehicle, mechanical brakes require more grip strength as well as more frequent maintenance than hydraulic, and the motor is almost too powerful when unburdened.

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User Ratings

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