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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Lectric XPremium. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
22 reasons to buy
- The XPremium is kit out with two 48v 10.4Ah batteries to offer 1000Wh and up to 100mi of range (when using PAS 1).
- The XPremium can be configured as a Class 1, 2 or 3 electric bike.
- Testers say the XPremium is “torquey” and able to climb quickly.
- The XPremium’s low-slung frame is easy for less-flexible riders to mount and dismount.
- This bike stops with strengthy Zoom hydraulic disc brakes and 160mm rotors.
- The XPremium employs a motor cut-off feature to better slow the bike on braking.
- A 7-speed Shimano Tourney drivetrain pairs with 5 levels of pedal assist.
- A ‘cruise control’ feature allows riders to lock in a speed and… cruise.
- Full-chub 20”x4” tires allow the XPremium to float over gravel, sand and dirt.
- Tires come pre-filled with Slime, for added puncture-protection.
- An 82mm suspension fork deals with mid-sized rocks ‘n’ ruts.
- A rear rack is included. It can handle a load up to 55 lb.
- The XPremium’s stretched-out step-through frame suits shorter riders.
- Lectric say the XPremium can take on a big load, of up to 330 lb.
- A shift-sensor prolongs the XPremium’s drivetrain.
- Integrated front and rear lights are included. The tail-light flashes on braking.
- The XPremium is IP65 rated, for above-decent dust and water resistance.
- Space-saving foldable pedals are a feature of the XPremium.
- Owners can remove the battery-lock key while riding.
- A number of testers liked the XPremium’s faux leather grips.
- The XPremium’s display is easy to read. It clearly shows current speed.
- Color-matched metal fenders are included, front and rear.
4 reasons not to buy
- At 75 lb, the XPremium is heavy. When folded, it’s a chore to lift.
- The XPremium is available in one size that may not suit riders over 6’.
- RV travellers say the folded XPremium takes up more room than other bikes.
- A tester found the XPremium was not nimble in off-road conditions.
Expert Reviews84/100 based on 5 rated expert reviews
Lectric eBikes Unveils XPremium Low-Cost Mid-Drive Folding Electric Bike With Torque Sensor
It rides great, and the mid-drive motor is really a thing of beauty. The motor is powerful, the fat tires and comfortable geometry make for a relaxed ride, and the brakes are super grippy. You simply won’t find many mid-drive e-bikes at this price. Snatch it up before the price increases.
Lectric XPremium Deep Dive: The Cadillac of Foldable eBikes
The mid-drive motor is just silky smooth, something you can’t reproduce with a hub motor. I like the hydraulic brakes and built-in battery. This is a big e-bike, even when folded, so not as portable as other bikes. The large frame on this bike feels way better than most other foldable e-bikes.
Huge Range & Decked Out – The All New Lectric XPremium eBike!
It is like the Harley Davidson cruiser of e-bikes; comfortable, big, beefy, decked-out. So responsive and great to ride. Kinda cumbersome to ride on off-road terrain. It is big, it’s heavy and therefore it’s less portable. This motor is extremely powerful.