I rode a qpower today I weigh 190lbs. I rode it less than 10 miles and it was almost out of charge. Yet it’s supposed to last 50miles. I went up and down medium Hill’s and lots of it was flat. Very easy stuff and it was on a paved blacktop widened sidewalk that was smooth. I was planning to ride 15 miles I’m glad I didn’t try I would have had to walk a long way.
And last, the key compartment where you insert the key is so cheap I barely bumped it and it fell apart so now I have to try and figure out how to fix it and or order a new one. Last, the rear motor under hard acceleration makes an awful noise that isn’t normal. So who knows about that. So 3 MAJOR PROBLEMS AND ITS BRAND NEW. And I also order a q-hummer that just arrived with no battery yet 2 days later and 4 bolts completely missing from the foot platform, and the sticker on the platform is screwed up so they send a new wadded up one but both of them are slick and is not good because they need to provide grip.
I guess TRUTH IN ADVERTISING # 1. You claim 50 mile range but mine brand new full charge ran out in less than 10 not even under hard use. Then you should provide an extra “carry along” battery or “reserve” battery as an extra $ add on in case you run out in a bad place. Every scooter should come with this. They are just thrown together with cheap parts and they are a little too cheap. I’ve got problems on the first day with BOTH of Qiewa Top of the Line scooters. I would not buy another one. I would rather have paid another $500-$1,000 and have a quality product and not have to deal with this BS AND who knows how hard it’s going to be to get the missing bolts, the noisy motor, the slick foot pad, the busted key insert, and now to realize I cannot ride the 15 miles I thought that I could with my son, because it will run out in 10 miles or less all the while the qpower claims 50 miles range and the Hummer claims 75 miles range. I need someone to call me and help me get all these issues resolved immediately. If you will do that I will give a better review. That would at least mean you stand by your product.