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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Lectric XP Trike. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
16 reasons to buy
- A folding frame and stem mean the XP Trike is easier to store and transport.
- The XP Trike arrives fully assembled: unfold it, extend the handlebars, and it's ready to ride.
- Testers say features like folding and rear drive distinguish this model from pricier alternatives.
- Reviewers appreciate safety features like the 14mph max speed, integrated lights, and parking brake.
- A 'beginner mode' limits the XP Trike to 5mph, allowing first-time riders to get comfortable with handling.
- Experts say the 20" x 2.6" tires provide good grip.
- The XP Trike is relatively lightweight for this category (69.5lb).
- The rearward location of the motor improves traction, compared to e-trikes with front-hub motors.
- The XP Trike can support riders up to 330lb and a total payload of 415lb.
- Experts appreciate how the dual-differential axle makes for easier, safer turns. One says it "performs beautifully."
- Reviewers and owners say the hydraulic disc brakes with 180mm rotors provide reliable braking, even in wet conditions.
- The XP Trike has impressive climbing ability, according to testers.
- Several experts note how well the XP Trike tackles light off-road terrain.
- Adjustable handlebar height and reach help riders from 4'10" to 6'4" find a comfortable position.
- Experts say the display is easy to see, even in direct sunlight.
- Reviewers and users report that the XP Trike feels stable in turns.
3 reasons not to buy
- Many owners complain that their XP Trikes arrived with damaged parts, like bent fenders.
- When folded, the display rests dangerously close to other parts, potentially damaging the screen.
- One rider wishes the XP Trike had a seat with a backrest. This must be purchased separately.
Expert Reviews93/100 based on 2 rated expert reviews
Lectric XP Trike Review: Lectric Goes All in on E-Bikes for All
Part of Lectric’s challenge will be helping customers understand that a low price doesn’t equate to low quality. Given the price and specs, we anticipate the Lectric XP Trike will be the best-selling electric trike on the market.
Lectric XP Trike First Ride: Testing the Low-Cost Electric Trike Made for Everyone
It can haul. It can climb. It can fold. It’s a three-wheeled Swiss Army knife with a ridiculous amount of torque and seating for one. Even with only a few hours in the saddle, I can already tell you that this is absolutely going to be a major hit… if they can keep it in stock.
All New Lectric Trike E-Bike/E-Trike! This Is So Cool!
This is something that you might really, really enjoy because it’s going to give you the ability to go out and enjoy riding with other people or by yourself, going places that you may not otherwise be able to go.
Lectric XP Trike Review ~ Best Bang for the Buck Electric Tricycle in 2023!
At this price point with the 14Ah battery, hydraulic brakes, this thing folding, the power that it has, and my opinion is it seems like a really great deal compared to what else is out there in the market right now.
Lectric XP Trike First Ride Part 2 Big Bear’s Wild Donkeys in Shay Meadow
She says it goes really fast real quick, brakes work good, it’s fun to ride. She liked the tight turning radius… and that it doesn’t tip over. She… wishes it had suspension (I agree. After riding a full suspension bike, it’s a real let down).
Pulchritudinous Peregrination Episode 03 – Lectric XP Electric Trike. Tulsa, Oklah. Double Amputee.
Shipping company allowed both rear fenders to be bent. I needed to use some elbow grease and a little creativity to pry them and keep them from rubbing against the tires. Loving my new electric trike so far!
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