Lectric XP 2.0 Long-Range

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Facts

Gender
Release Year
Brand
Charge Time
4, 6, 7 Hours
Maximum Range
65 Miles
Top Speed
25, 20 Mph
Watts
500 W
Volts and Amp Hours
48V 14Ah
Class
Drive
Wheel Size
Number of Gears
Weight
64.0 lbs
Suspension
Brake Type
Frame Material

Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the Lectric XP 2.0 Long-Range. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

15 reasons to buy

  • The Long-Range offers up to 65mi of range - 45% more than the original XP 2.0.
  • A 500W motor belts out a reported 850W of power at its peak.
  • The Long-Range is available in both step-through and high-step frame options.
  • Like the O.G. XP 2.0, the Long-Range folds down to measure 37” x 18” x 28”.
  • The Long-Range Step-Thru is highly accessible to riders of all abilities.
  • To fine-tune rider height, the Long-Range’s handlebars are vertically adjustable.
  • Testers say the XP 2.0 Long-Range smashes its way up steep hills.
  • The bike’s Class 2, 20mph default setting can be overridden to reach 25mph.
  • A 40mm-travel suspension fork soaks up moderate off-road judder.
  • 3” wide tires help to absorb surface jounce.
  • Front and rear integrated lights come included.
  • A big 52t chainring insures against spinning-out, when pedaling at higher speeds.
  • The bike is fitted with an unspecified model of 7-speed Shimano drivetrain.
  • The display’s screen features big characters and is visible in sunlight.
  • Color-matched fenders are packed-in.

5 reasons not to buy

  • The included 2-amp charger takes 7 hours to fully charge the Long-Range.
  • An expert says the bike’s rear light isn’t so great.
  • High-step and step-through model batteries can not be interchanged.
  • Step-through color options are limited to black or white. In high-step? Only black.
  • This chunky treadly weighs in at 64lb. Lift at your peril.

Bottom line

The Lectric XP 2.0 Long-Range is an updated version of the Lectric XP 2.0. In place of the original 48V 9.6Ah / 460Wh battery, this beast rocks 48V 14Ah at 672Wh, to offer buyers a reported maximum range of 65 miles. Compared to the cost of the standard XP 2.0, expert testers saw the additional price as minimal. It’s available in both step-through and high-step models. With a base-model 2-amp charger, that beefy battery will take seven hours to fully recharge. The 64lb heft will take a strong back to lift. This battery upgrade addresses one of the main gripes coming from XP 2.0 owners.

Expert Reviews

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Ebike Escape

Lectric XP 2.0 Long-Range Review: Quash Your Range Anxiety

With this update, the XP 2.0 Long-Range is at the top of our list for a folding e-bike with the best overall value on the current market. The bike comes with a 2-amp charger so it will take a full 7 hours to charge.

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Erick Faust

Introduction to the Lectric XP™ Step-Thru 2.0 Black Long-Range E-Bike

I got it because when I go to different campgrounds I can take trails. Cruising is about 19-20 miles per hour. That’s pretty comfortable.

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Lectric E-Bikes Launches New 45% Larger Battery for Popular Low-Cost Lectric XP 2.0 and 1.0 E-Bikes

The Lectric XP 2.0 folding fat tire bike originally came with a 460 Wh battery. But the new 48V and 14Ah upgrade battery holds a larger 672 Wh of capacity, adding around 45% more battery and thus 45% more range.

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