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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Magnum Metro. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
13 reasons to buy
- Experts like that Magnum includes a "solid" rear rack (45lb capacity).
- There are three Metro models to choose from at different price points: Metro 750, Metro X, and Metro S.
- Reviewers say that Magnum's stated range for the Metro is accurate.
- Experts enjoy the Metro's speed and quick acceleration, especially the Metro 750.
- Riders describe the Metro's ride quality as smooth and stable.
- The Metro has a tool-free adjustable stem, allowing owners to set a comfortable handlebar position.
- Testers say the 2.4" tires, suspension seatpost, and suspension fork absorb bumps well.
- Experts say the display is easy to read and intuitive to use.
- Reviewers say it's easy to reach the top speed of 25mph (Metro S) or 28mph (Metro X and 750) using pedal assistance.
- The battery is removable for on or off-bike charging. It also has a USB port for charging devices on the go.
- Magnum has over 200 US-based dealers for convenient maintenance and repair.
- The Metro has a relatively high 330lb payload capacity.
- Users appreciate that the taillight activates when braking.
5 reasons not to buy
- Reviewers say the Metro accelerates too quickly, even at the lowest assist level.
- According to testers, the weight and length of the Metro make it awkward to lift.
- Riders complain that the mechanical disc brakes on the Metro S feel underpowered for the size of the bike.
- One expert says the grips are slippery when wet, especially if riding without gloves.
- The Metro 750's 960Wh battery has a lengthy ten-hour charge time.
Expert Reviews84/100 based on 2 rated expert reviews
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