Lectric XP 2.0

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Release Year
Charge Time
4, 6 Hours
Maximum Range
45 Miles
Top Speed
28 Mph
500 W
60 Nm
Volts and Amp Hours
48V 9.6Ah
Wheel Size
Number of Gears
64.0 lbs
Brake Type
Frame Material

Summary of Reviews

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

21 reasons to buy

  • Reviewers said the XP 2.0 is an excellent value.
  • The XP 2.0 comes fully assembled.
  • With a throttle and 5 levels of assist, the XP 2.0 is quick to accelerate.
  • The XP 2.0 folds for ease of storage and transport.
  • 20” wheels accelerated quickly from a dead stop, on the XP 2.0.
  • The XP 2.0 uses fat 3.0” tires that are versatile across terrains.
  • An easy-to-use interface displays trip distance, odometer, voltage and current on the XP 2.0.
  • The XP 2.0 can be manually adjusted to achieve 28mph as a Class 3 e-bike.
  • On the XP 2.0, the battery can be removed, for charging or security reasons.
  • The XP 2.0’s 630mm handlebar extends width over the XP’s 575mm bar, for better handling.
  • Reviewers found that the XP 2.0 offered a large range of seat and handlebar adjustment.
  • The XP 2.0 is fitted with mounting points for baskets and racks.
  • On the XP 2.0, integrated front and rear lights are included.
  • The XP 2.0 includes a front coil suspension fork, that wasn’t fitted to the 1.0.
  • A rear rack with a 75 lb payload comes included with the XP 2.0.
  • The Lectric XP 2.0 places riders in a comfortable, upright seating position.
  • Lectric XP 2.0 models comfortably fit riders between 5'0" and 6'3".
  • Fenders come included on all XP 2.0 models.
  • Motors on XP 2.0 models provide a powerful 800W peak output and plenty of torque.
  • The XP 2.0 has a carrying capacity of 330 lb.
  • Reviewers approved of Lectric’s one-year warranty and the quality of customer support for XP 2.0 owners.

8 reasons not to buy

  • The XP 2.0’s small 20” wheels roll slower and less smoothly than larger options.
  • Small wheels and a compact frame made the XP 2.0’s handling a little twitchy.
  • The keyhole used to activate the XP 2.0 is difficult to access.
  • XP 2.0 models are heavy and may need two people to lift.
  • Folding the XP 2.0 can be cumbersome. Its width makes it unwieldy to carry.
  • A tester was unnerved to find the motor kept running after they stopped pedaling.
  • The XP 2.0’s display is not removable, making it easy to steal.
  • There is no locking mechanism or strap to secure the folded XP 2.0.

Bottom line

The XP 2.0 can be manually switched between a Class 2 speed limit of 20mph and a roaring 28mph Class 3 limit. Reviewers were impressed at maintaining a high average speed of 16.3 mph, on the XP 2.0. The bike suits riders with a wide height range, from 5’0” to 6’3”. This bike arrives fully assembled. Buyers only need to unfold the XP 2.0, adjust handlebar and seat heights and pump up the tires. The XP 2.0’s low price impressed riders and reviewers. The Lectric XP 2.0 shares the same frame, motor, battery and wheel size as the 1.0. But it has been blessed with a coil suspension fork, wider handlebars and mounting points for racks and baskets. The 2.0 uses narrower and more agile 3.0” tires. The 7-speed Tourney drivetrain and Tektro brakes operated well after months of use. For most users, range distance consistently sat at around 23 to 25 miles.

Expert Reviews

77/100 based on 2 rated expert reviews
Outdoor Gear Lab

Lectric XP Step-Thru 2.0 Review

The Lectric XP 2.0 features numerous improvements that make it even better than the original. It may have the same frame and motor, but the addition of a suspension fork, wider handlebar, and narrower 3-inch wide tires have improved its handling and overall ride quality. This Class 2 and 3 capable bike is quick, comfortable, and comes with loads of great features at what we feel is a very reasonable price.

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Review: Lectric XP

If stairs aren’t something you have to deal with on a regular basis, and you can lift 63 pounds, this is one of the best and most affordable ways to wade into the e-bike world.

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Electric Bike Review

Lectric eBikes Lectric XP Step-Thru Review

One of the most affordable folding fat tire electric bikes from a company with dedicated customer support and a solid one-year warranty.

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Electric Bike Report

Lectric XP Step-Thru Review, 2021

This is easily one of the better e-bikes you can buy for under a thousand dollars: it’s powerful, it has great battery life, and it’s foldable.

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Electric Bike Report

Lectric XP Review – 2021

This bike comes with a powerful rear hub motor, grippy fat tires, and comes in at a price that is sure to make anyone happy.

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