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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Addmotor M-5500. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
13 reasons to buy
- Every M-5500 bears two totally rad shark-mouth logos, as made famous by the Flying Tigers.
- A stonking 1250 W motor will propel this behemoth, both up and down hills.
- Addmotor claim a 60-mile range can be wrung out of the M-5500, on one charge.
- 5 levels of pedal assist are on-tap, to supplement your own natural powers.
- A 7-speed Shimano Acera cassette provides a range of gears for e-cyclists.
- A total of 350 lb may be carried on the M-5500, rider and cargo included.
- The M-5500 is halted powerfully by Tektro Auriga hydraulic disc brakes.
- Balloony 4”-wide tires ensure that M-5500 riders roll over sand, snow, mud, blood, guts, gravel and grass - in comfort and with ease.
- The M-5500 is issued with one sturdy rear rack. Capacity? 55 lb.
- A jounce-taming Addshox suspension fork supplies 100 mm of travel.
- The 5500’s headlight is included, integrated and illuminating.
- The M-5500 is available in two colors.
- Addmotor’s 5” LCD display uses a photosensitive ‘smart light sensor’.
9 reasons not to buy
- An owner received a non-functioning M-5500. Electrics did not work, from new.
- One owner's M-5500 failed, displaying an error message after 6 months use.
- For one disgruntled buyer, their M-5500’s battery would not charge & the rear tube would not inflate, from new.
- Addmotor advertises the maximum speed of the M-5500 as 30 mph. A user could only reach 20 mph.
- An M-5500 owner’s rear rack broke quickly.
- Owners complained that the M-5500’s manual was insufficient to guide assembly.
- The M-5500 is only available in one size.
- The 5500’s rear light is not integrated and uses batteries.
- Multiple M-5500 buyers reported disappointing experiences with customer service.