Here’s the Deal
Slant is powered by a community that helps you make informed decisions. Tell us what you’re passionate about to get your personalized feed and help others.
Built by Slant
Find the best product
Stop wasting time searching endlessly. Lustre recommends the best products at their lowest prices.
4.7 star rating
Add to Chrome - It's FreeAdd to Edge - It's FreeAdd to Firefox - It's FreeAdd to Opera - It's FreeAdd to Brave - It's FreeAdd to Safari - It's FreeTry now - it's free
Closing the compartments may be difficult. The glove compartment doesn't close properly. It does not stay straight too. The seat storage doesn't lock in place easily. You may need to push it hard to get the lock to work. Also, it is made of plastic that is a bit flimsy. See More
It takes 7 hours to fully charge its battery, while other mopeds would, in average, take only 5 to 6 hours, and the quick charging ones take 4 hours or less. This is no problem if you have a spare, so you can just replace the drained battery with a fully charged one while charging the drained one. See More
The maximum weight allowable is only 275 lbs. It is quite low compared to others that have around 330 lb weight limit. It can accommodate two people, but you have to be mindful of your weight and your passenger so that you don't exceed the weight limit. However, this no problem for petite people. See More
In addition to the locks that the storage compartments have, it is equipped with an anti-theft alarm system that is triggered when shaken. An added security feature is that its key ignition slot has a cover that you can slide. This cannot be opened without the cover key attached at the rear of the ignition key. See More
The maximum weight allowable is only 250 lbs. It is quite low compared to others that have around 330 lb weight limit. It can accommodate two people, but you have to be mindful of your weight and your passenger so that you don't exceed the weight limit. However, this no problem for petite people. See More
The body of this motor is quite heavy, weighing 180 lbs. With its weight and that of the driver, the motor is not strong enough for going uphills. At slopes 10 degrees or greater, the moped struggles and you may end up on foot, pushing the moped up the hill. See More