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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Aventon Soltera.2. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
12 reasons to buy
- Reviewers appreciate the easy and quick assembly process.
- Testers praise the “smooth” and “responsive” assistance. One says the Soltera.2 is a dream to pedal.
- The Soltera.2 comes as a step-through or step-over, each with two sizes.
- Aventon includes a 300-lumen headlight and integrated rear lights with brake activation and turn signals.
- Riders compliment the bright yellow paint finish and clean welds.
- This bike is relatively lightweight for an e-bike, at 46lb.
- Experts agree the Soltera.2 rides well with pedal assist off.
- The frame and fork feel stiff and “solidly built,” to one tester.
- Reviewers say the 7-speed Shimano Tourney drivetrain offers enough gearing range for hills.
- Several testers describe the Soltera.2 as nimble and maneuverable.
- Experts like the Selle Royal saddle and lock-on grips.
- The large color display is easy to read and shows battery level as a percentage.
8 reasons not to buy
- The turn signals aren’t sufficient to indicate intentions to other road users. Some reviewers believe this provides a false sense of safety.
- The Soltera.2 is uncomfortable over rough surfaces, according to reviewers.
- In testing, the Soltera.2 falls short of the listed 46-mile range.
- Aventon doesn’t include a rear rack or fenders.
- Reviewers report a lack of power on hills. The Soltera.2 performed well below average in one test.
- Two experts say the drivetrain and brakes need “tweaking” after assembly.
- One reviewer notes kickstand rattle during testing.
- Experts dislike the Shimano Revo twist shifter, saying it’s hard to read and not as intuitive as a trigger shifter.
Expert Reviews91/100 based on 6 rated expert reviews
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